17 – 20 October 2019

FIAC

Created in 1974, FIAC – Foire Internationale d’Art Contemporain – is one of the oldest international art fairs. This not-to-be-missed event takes place every October beneath the impressive glass dome of the Grand Palais, in Paris. It has become a meeting point for gallery owners, collectors, connoisseurs, museum directors, and personalities from the world of contemporary art. Since 2004, with the arrival of Martin Bethenod and Jennifer Fay at its head, the fair has opened to emerging galleries, less than 3 years old, to promote young creation. In 2018, for its 45th edition, FIAC brought together 195 galleries from 27 countries. This art fair contributes to the Parisian capital’s artistic dynamism, creates a dialogue between artistic periods like no other, and is a Parisian key fair for buyers and professionals.

Practical info FIAC 2019

Location

Grand Palais
Avenue Winston Churchill
75008 Paris
France

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Opening hours

17 October: 11am – 2pm (Preview VIP)
18-19-20 October: 11am – 12pm (Preview VIP)
17 October: 2pm – 8pm
18 October: 12pm – 8pm
19-20 October: 12hpm – 7pm

Entrance Fee

Full-fare Ticket: €38
Reduced Rate: €25
Children Under 12: FREE

Mediums

Sculpture
Photography
Painting
Installation…

Art Periods

Modern
Contemporary
Design

Contact

info@fiac.com
Website

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