Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale

The result of the merger of two major fairs on the Parisian calendar at the initiative of the RMN-Grand Palais, Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale aims to bring together leading international galleries but also talented young dealers.
The fair will be held for the first time in 2022 at the Carrousel du Louvre, before moving to the Grand Palais Ephémère in November 2023 and then to the Grand Palais from November 2024. The recurrence of the month of November will allow Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale to establish itself in the international trade fair calendar. The Agence d’Événements Culturels, which currently manages the Salon du Dessin and Fine Arts Paris, respectively created in 1991 and 2017, will be responsible for organizing the new fair. The SNA, organizer of La Biennale, which has been held at the Grand Palais since 1962, will bring its expertise in various fields that have not been well developed at Fine Arts Paris, such as jewelry, furniture, primitive arts, and archaeology, and will organize a grand gala dinner similar to those it has organized in the past. An honorary committee including outside personalities will work on the cultural program and public relations.

Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale 2023


Carrousel du Louvre
99 Rue de Rivoli
75001 Paris


21 – 24 November 2023

Entrance Fee

General Admission: €20
Young under 26: €10
Reduced Rate: €16
Children Under 18: Free



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