November 4, 2005 - Paris Photo - November 17 – 20, 2005, at the Carrousel du Louvre, Paris
November 4, 2005

November 17 - 20, 2005, at the Carrousel du Louvre, Paris

Paris Photo 2005

Paris Photo 2005
The worlds leading photography fair
November 17 – 20, 2005, at the Carrousel du Louvre, Paris
Preview: Wednesday, November 16, 2005

www.parisphoto.fr

Paris Photo 2005: 9th edition of the leading international photography fair
From November 17 20, 2005, Paris Photo, the worlds leading venue for 19th century, modern and contemporary photography, is inviting 106 galleries and publishers from 14 countries to exhibit in the historical premises of the Carrousel du Louvre. 40 000 visitors will be offered an exceptional panorama from rare early prints and vintage masterpieces to the latest practices, including documentary photography, film photography and photojournalism.
Facts about Paris Photo 2005:

– 90 galleries and 16 publishers with 72% of the participants based outside France.
In addition to the 22 French galleries, the largest contingent of exhibiting galleries is USA based (20), followed by Spain (14), Germany (11), Holland (6), UK (4), Switzerland (3), Austria (2), Italy (2), Japan (2) and one representative each from Belgium, Finland, Hungary and Luxemburg.
– Spain, guest of honor:
A special programme curated by Rosa Olivares, Editor of EXIT magazines, offering
A selection of 14 Spanish galleries
A Central Exhibition highlighting the photographic collection of The Comunidad de Madrid
A Project Room screening contemporary videos from 4 main Spanish institutions -The 2nd annual BMW-Paris Photo prize for photography
An exhibition of 29 shortlisted contemporary artists on the theme of Spirit on the move.
A prestigious jury of experts will award the 12, 000 euros (US$ 15, 000) prize on Friday 18th November 2005.

For more information about Paris Photo 2005, please see www.parisphoto.fr
List of selected galleries : Luis Adelantado (Valencia), Andrea Meislin Gallery (New-York), Agathe Gaillard (Paris), Juana de Aizpuru (Madrid), Argus Fotokunst (Berlin), Art 75 Galerie Yves Di Maria (Paris), Art : Concept (Paris), Ausstellungsraum25 (Zürich), Baudoin Lebon (Paris), Deborah Bell Photographs (New York), Bonni Benrubi (New York), Bernhard Bischoff (Bern), Daniel Blau (München), Brancolini Grimaldi Arte Contemporanea (Firenze), Bruce Silverstein Photography (New York), Bugdahn und Kaimer (Düsseldorf), Camera Obscura (Paris), Camera Work (Berlin), Michèle Chomette (Paris), Clairefontaine (Luxembourg), Cokkie Snoei (Rotterdam), Charles Cowles (New York), Volker Diehl (Berlin), Bernard Dudoignon (Paris), Catherine Edelman (Chicago), Estiarte (Madrid), Johannes Faber (Wien), Ulrich Fiedler (Köln), Fifty One Fine Art Photography (Antwerpen), Les Filles du Calvaire (Paris), Flatland (Utrecht), Galerie 1900-2000 (Paris), Galerie f 5,6 (München), Gitterman Gallery (New York), Howard Greenberg (New York), Hamiltons (London), Laurent Herschtritt (Paris), Michael Hoppen (London), Edwynn Houk (New York), Jackson Fine Art (Atlanta), Galerie du Jour Agnès B. (Paris), Robert Klein (Boston), Kowasa (Barcelona), Van Kranendonk (Den Haag), Hans P.Kraus, Jr. (New York), Martin Kudlek (Köln), Luisotti (Santa Monica), Magnum Photos (Paris), Thierry Marlat (Paris), Marvelli Gallery (New York), Max Estrella (Madrid), Mem (Osaka), Yossi Milo (New York), Obsis (Paris), Priska Pasquer (Köln), Françoise Paviot (Paris), Ton Peek Photography (Utrecht), Moises Perez de Albeniz (Pamplona), The PhotographersGallery (London), Photo & Contemporary (Torino), Picture Photo Space (Osaka), Serge Plantureux (Paris), Polaris (Paris), Le Reverbère (Lyon), Yancey Richardson (New York), Rose Gallery (Santa Monica), Julie Saul (New York), Scalo Gallery (Zürich), Scout Gallery (London), Staley-Wise (New York), Taik gallery (Helsinki), Toluca (Paris), Torch Gallery (Amsterdam), Trabant (Kitzbuhel), Van der Grinten (Köln), Aline Vidal (Paris), Vintage (Budapest), Vintage Works (Chalfont/USA), Vu la Galerie (Paris), Esther Woerdehoff (Paris), Thomas Zander (Köln), Van Zoetendaal (Amsterdam)
PUBLISHERS / Antiquariaat L.van Paddenburgh (Leiden), Atelier Franck Bordas (Paris), Simon Finch Rare Books (London), Filigranes Editions (Trézélan), Images en Manoeuvres (Marseille), Librairie La Chambre Claire (Paris), Harpers Books (East Hampton/USA) Librairie 213 (Paris), J.J Heckenhauer (Berlin), Lodima Press (Revere/USA), Tissato Nakahara (Paris), Denis Ozanne (Paris), Phaidon (Paris/London), Schaden.com (Köln), Steidl (London), Trolley (London)
STATEMENT SPAIN / Oliva Arauna (Madrid), Bacelos (Vigo), Dels Angels (Barcelona), Distrito 4 (Madrid), Fucares (Madrid), Palma 12 (Vilafranca Penedes), Senda (Barcelona), T20 (Murcia)
Paris Photo Details
Where:
Carrousel du Louvre, 99 rue de Rivoli, Paris 1er
When:
Open to the public: Thursday, November 17 – Sunday, November 20, 2005
Preview for media/art professionals: Wednesday, November 16, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Hours:
Thursday, November 17: 11 am 8 pm
Friday, November 18: 11 am 9 pm
Saturday, November 19: 11 am 8 pm
Sunday, November 20: 11 am 7 pm
Public information:
Tel: 33 (1) 41 90 47 70 www.parisphoto.fr
Organization :
Reed Expositions France, 11 rue du Colonel Pierre Avia, BP-571 75726 Paris Cedex 15
Tel: 33 (0) 1 41 90 47 77 Fax: 33 (0) 1 41 90 48 77
E-mail: parisphoto@reedexpo.fr
Press Liaison : Guillaume Piens
Tel: 33 (0) 1 41 90 48 91 Fax : 33 (0) 1 41 90 48 59 Email: guillaume.piens@reedexpo.fr

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