June 9, 2012 - Paris Photo - Exhibitors announced
June 9, 2012

Exhibitors announced

Photo © Bernd und Hilla Becher. Art direction Cléo Charuet.

Exhibitors announced
15­–18 November 2012

Preview: by invitation only
14 November, 10–9:30pm

Grand Palais
Avenue Winston-Churchill
75008 Paris, France
Hours: Thu–Sun, noon–8pm

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For its 16th edition, Paris Photo will welcome in November, beneath the nave of the Grand Palais, 140 exhibitors (117 galleries and 23 publishers) coming from 23 countries, bearing witness to the vitality of the international photographic scene. This year, 32 new galleries are joining the fair.

List of galleries and publishers (new and return exhibitors [*])

Galleries
Alain Gutharc, Paris; Analix Forever, Geneva; Andrea Meislin, New York; Anne Barrault*, Paris; Asymetria, Warsaw; Baudoin Lebon, Paris; Bernard Bouche*, Paris; Bernheimer, Munich; Bertrand Grimont, Paris; Bo Bjerggaard*, Copenhagen; Bonni Benrubi, New York; Brancolini Grimaldi, London; Bruce Silverstein, New York; Camera Obscura, Paris; Camera Work, Berlin; Cherry & Martin*, Los Angeles; Christophe Gaillard, Paris; Christophe Guye*, Zurich; Conrads*, Düsseldorf; Csaba Morocz, Paris; Daniel Blau, Munich; Danziger, New York; David Zwirner*, New York; Dominique Fiat*, Paris; Du Jour. Agnes B., Paris; East Wing Contemporary, Dubai; Edwynn Houk, New York; Eric Dupont*, Paris; Eric Franck, London; Feroz*, Bonn; Fifty One, Antwerp; Filomena Soares*, Lisbon; Fraenkel, San Francisco; Francoise Paviot, Paris; Frank Elbaz*, Paris; Gabrielle Maubrie, Paris; Gagosian, Paris; Gilles Peyroulet, Paris; Gitterman, New York; Goodman, Johannesburg; Guido Costa Projects, Turin; Gungallery, Stockholm; Hackelbury, London; Hamiltons, London; Hans P. Kraus Jr., New York; Howard Greenberg, New York; Hussenot*, Paris; Ilan Engel, Paris; In Camera, Paris; James Hyman, London; Janet Borden*, New York; Jerome De Noirmont*, Paris; Johannes Faber, Vienna; Jörg Maaβ*, Berlin; Jousse Entreprise*, Paris; Klaus Kleinschmidt*, Wiesbaden; La Fábrica, Madrid; Laurence Miller, New York; Leo Koenig, New York; Les Filles Du Calvaire, Paris; Luisotti, Santa Monica; Lumiere Des Roses, Paris; M + B, Los Angeles; M Bochum, Bochum; Magda Danysz, Paris; Magnin-A, Paris; Magnum, Paris; Martin Asbæk, Copenhagen; Melanierio, Nantes; Michael Hoppen, London; Michele Chomette, Paris; Nikolaus Ruzicska*, Vienna; Nordenhake, Berlin; Obsis, Paris; Odile Ouizeman*, Paris; Oliva Arauna*, Madrid; Pace/Macgill, New York; Parrotta*, Stuttgart; Paul Andriesse, Amsterdam; Peter Lav, Copenhagen; Photo&Contemporary, Turin; Polaris, Paris; Priska Pasquer, Cologne; Rhona Hoffman*, Chicago; Robert Hershkowitz*, Lindfield; Robert Klein, Boston; Robert Koch, San Francisco; Robert Mann, New York; Robert Morat, Hamburg; Rosegallery, Santa Monica; Rx, Paris; Sabine Schmidt*, Cologne; Sage Paris, Paris; School*, Paris; Serge Plantureux, Paris; Silverlens*, Makati; Springer & Winckler, Berlin; Stephen Bulger, Toronto; Stephen Daiter, Chicago; Steven Kasher, New York; Stevenson, Cape Town; Taik, Helsinki; Taka Ishii*, Tokyo; Taro Nasu, Tokyo; The Third Gallery Aya, Osaka; Thessa Herold, Paris; Thomas Von Lintel*, New York; Thomas Zander, Cologne; Toluca, France; Vintage, Budapest; Vu’, Paris; Weinstein*, Minneapolis; Westlicht*, Vienna; Xippas, Paris; Wilma Tolksdorf*, Frankfurt; Yancey Richardson, New York; Yossi Milo, New York

Publishers 
Akaaka, Tokyo; Aperture, New York; Anticuaria Poema 20*, Buenos Aires; Bookshop M, Tokyo; Chloé Et Denis Ozanne, Paris; Contrasto*, Rome; Dirk K. Bakker Boeken, Amsterdam; Filigranes, Paris; Florence Loewy*, Paris; Harper’s Books, East Hampton; Hatje Cantz*, Ostfildern; Irving Zucker Art Books, New York; Kehrer Verlag*, Heidelberg; Les Editions De L’œil, Montreuil; Librairie 213, Paris; Mack*, London; Michael Seksik*, Paris; Oliver J Wood, London; Only Photography*, Berlin; RM*, Mexico; Steidl, Göttingen; Tissato Nakahara, Paris; Xavier Barral, Paris

With more than 50,000 visitors in five days and 45 French and international groups of friends of museums, Paris Photo proposes different programming axes: the Recent Acquisitions exhibition of three major institutions, the Private Collection exhibition, the Paris Photo – Aperture Foundation Photobook Awards, the Open Book exhibition, and the Platform for debates and interviews.

Press Contact: Claudine Colin Communication: parisphoto@claudinecolin.com
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