2015 program:
four days of live events

2015 program:
four days of live events

Paris Photo

November 4, 2015

November 12–15, 2015

Preview: November 11 (by invitation only)

Grand Palais
Avenue Winston Churchill  
75008 Paris
noon–8pm  (until 7pm Sunday, November 15)

T +33 0 1 47 56 64 74
info [​at​] parisphoto.com

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Tickets, guided tours and catalogues are available here.

Paris Photo, the premier international art fair for works in the photographic medium, will be at the Grand Palais in Paris from November 12–15. 

The 19th edition will present 174 galleries and art book dealers from 34 countries.

View the 147 galleries, including the new PRISMES sector
View the 27 publishers/art book dealers 

Accentuating the cultural and social dynamic of the fair, Paris Photo offers visitors an innovative programme reuniting key figures in the art world in promotion of the medium. 

The Platform: four-day conversation programme  
The 2015 Platform is organized around three axes: “The Collection” (Lisa K. Erf, J.P. Morgan Chase Art Collection); “Photography After the Crisis” (Donatien Grau, Oxford University); and “The Relationship between Photography and Artists’ Books” (Chistophe Boutin, onestar press & Three Star Books).

Thursday November 12

“The Collection: Patronage”—Lisa K. Erf, 
Lorenzo Paini (Enea Righi Collection); Thomas Seelig (Fotomuseum Winterthur); Véronique Souben (Frac Haute-Normandie); Maria Sukkar (Photography Acquisitions Committee Member, Tate)

“Painting & Photography: Towards a Possible Reconciliation?”—Donatien Grau
Russell Ferguson (UCLA); Dominique De Font-Reaulx (Musée Delacroix); Wim Wenders (filmmaker)

“Daniel Gordon at the Controls: Digital/ Analogue/Three & Two Dimensions”—Christophe Boutin
Daniel Gordon (artist); Cay Sophie Rabinowitz (Osmos, NY)

“Photography & Politics: The Rules of the Game”—Donatien Grau
Renzo Martens (artist); Bruno Serralongue (artist); Abdellah Taïa (author)

Friday November 13

“Epic Journey: Photographic Legacies”—Lisa K. Erf
David Raymond (collector); Muna Tseng (Tseng Kwong Chi Estate Representative); Loretta Würtenberger (Fine Art Partners)

“Photography and the Artistic Event: Unicity Recreated”—Donatien Grau
Philippe Artières (CNRS); Pascale Montandon-Jodorowsky (visual artist, designer); ORLAN (artist)

“Megachurches & Megazines: The Art of Lisa Anne Auerbach”—Christophe Boutin
Lisa Anne Auerbach (artist); Christian Rattemeyer (MoMA, NY)

“Photography and the Proliferation of Images: Lost in the Land of Nowhere?”—Donatien Grau
Kieran Long
(Victoria & Albert Museum); Tom McCarthy (author, artist); Oliviero Toscani (photographer)

Saturday November 14

Conversation—Lisa K. Erf
Vince Aletti (The New Yorker);  Dawoud Bey (artist)

“Photography & Things: The Transmutation of Values”—Donatien Grau
Emanuele Coccia (lecturer); Alice Rawsthorn (International New York Times); Richard Wentworth (artist)

“Toilet Paper Magazine: Secrets of Fabrication”—Christophe Boutin
Pierpaolo Ferrari (photographer)

“Photography & Fiction: Invention & Archaeology”—Donatien Grau
Elisabeth Bronfen (University of Zurich & New York University); Leigh Ledare (artist); Jeff Rosenheim (Metropolitian Museum of Art)

Sunday November 15

Special closing conversation: a dialogue between Donatien Grau and Marc Fumaroli 
Marc Fumaroli (historian, essayist)

Booksigning sessions: View the four-day programme

Over 200 artists, including: Raymond Cauchetier; Roger Ballen; Valérie Belin; Marco Breuer; Antoine D’Agata; Cristina De Middel; Raymond Depardon; JH Engström; John Gossage; Paul Graham; Bill Henson; William Klein; Richard Learoyd; Susan Meiselas; Martin Parr; Matthew Porter; Caio Reisewitz; Viviane Sassen; Rosalind Fox Solomon; Alec Soth; Agnès Varda

Paris Photo—Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards
The winners of the 4th annual PhotoBook Awards will be announced in the photobook section on Friday, November 13 at 1pm.

BOOK MACHINE (Paris Photo, Paris)  
In collaboration with onestar press, 30 candidates and 5 ECV graphic design students will be reunited to conceive, design and print the selected projects from November 12–14. The closing ceremony will be held in the auditorium on Sunday, November 15 at 4pm

Private Collection exhibition—Enea Righi
The Private Collectionexhibition honors Italian collector Enea Righi with a presentation of photographic works by artists Cy Twombly, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Joan Jonas, Nan Goldin, and Sanja Ivekovic, among others. The Private Collection program is supported by J.P. Morgan.

Associated exhibitions
 by Giorgio Armani 
AT FIRST SIGHT  by Natasha Caruana, BMW Art & Culture Residency  
ON TIME: Photography from the JPMorgan Chase Art Collection 
J’ETAIS LA by Stéphane Duroy & Paulo Nozolino, presented by Leica

Paris Photo thanks its partners 
Official partners: Giorgio Armani, J.P. Morgan, BMW 
Associate partner and official partner of the Paris Photo Agenda: Leica
Programming partner: amana

In Paris during Paris Photo
Paris Photo is pleased to share our selection of the best exhibitions in Paris during Paris Photo, thanks to the Paris Photo Agenda, brought to you by Leica.

Media contact
Claudine Colin Communication: T +33 (0) 1 42 72 60 01 / parisphoto [​at​] claudinecolin.com

Save the date:
Paris Photo Los Angeles 2016
Paramount Pictures Studios 
April 29–May 1, 2016

Paris Photo 2016, 20th Anniversary edition
Grand Palais
November 10–13, 2016

Reed Expositions France 
52-54, Quai de Dion-Bouton
92806 Puteaux , France

Paris Photo is organised by Reed Expositions France.

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