Created in 1974, FIAC – Foire Internationale d’Art Contemporain – is thus one of the oldest international art fairs. This unmissable Parisian show takes place every October beneath the impressive glass dome of the Grand Palais. It has truly become a meeting point for gallery owners, collectors, connoisseurs, museum curators, and personalities from the world of contemporary art. Since 2004, with the arrival of Martin Bethenod and Jennifer Fay at its head, the fair promotes young creation as well. Indeed, it has opened to emerging galleries, less than 3 years old. In 2018, for its 45th edition, FIAC brought together 195 galleries from 27 countries. Thus, this art fair contributes to the French capital’s artistic dynamism and creates a dialogue between artistic periods like no other. Finally, thanks to FIAC which gathers all the art lovers in Paris, many satellite art fairs were launched as for instance ASIA NOW, Outsider Art Fair or Paris Internationale.
In light of global health concerns regarding COVID-19, FIAC is postponed until 21-24 October 2021.
Avenue Winston Churchill
21-24 October 2021: TBA
Full-fare Ticket: €38
Reduced Rate: €25
Children Under 12: FREE
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