Updated: Nov 11, 2021
After a long Covid break Paris Photo is back and we are excited to share some of our favorite exhibitions. This annual event brings together collectors, art lovers, galleries, and editors from all over the world. Meeting with the world's finest artists, sales of historic and modern works of art, as well as rare and limited editions, seminars, and guided tours to learn everything there is to know about photography: there are a plethora of reasons to attend this annual event.
order your tickets at https://www.parisphoto.com/ as Paris Photo is open to the public Nov 11-14 with the opening Nov 10 at the Grande Palais Ephemere located opposite the Eiffel tower.
Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Valérie Belin
A highlight of Paris Photo this year is seeing one of Valérie Belin's 8 image series "Painted Ladies". This breathtaking work of art is a testament to the artists sages. Here, the models' faces are just supports, reduced to nothing more than a surface.The woman's gaze is gone and her posture is neutral, as though trained on her own inner life. Only the paint, which is put on the model, its passive recipient, externalizes the expression. Each portrait has its own own artistic style, which varies from model to model. It's set against a digital background that echoes the face's graphical motif.
Kerber Verlag, THE OPÉRA Volume X
The 10th anniversary edition of THE OPÉRA is being presented at Booth SE25 by the publishing house Kerber Verlag. THE OPÉRA is known as one of the most creative nude magazines and this issue is full of wondrous insights into the human form edited by Matthias Straub to bring together works by international photographers: Evelyn Bencicova, Christophe Boussamba, Marius Budu, Markus Burke, Emanuele Centi, Jay Davies, Samantha Evans, Anna Försterling, Mia Macfarlane und Julien Crouigneau aka French Cowboy, Katja Heinemann, Horst Herget, Kenny Lemes, Dorian Ulises López Macías, Shinichi Maruyama, Sara Mautone, Mariam Medvedeva, Henny de la Motte, Justyna Nerang, Hanna Pallot, Julia Radionova, Remi Rebillard, Red Rubber Road, Ryuta Sakurai, Tobias Slater Hunt, Wolfie Slowak, Gordon Spooner & Louise Rocard, Maxim Vakhovskiy, Sean Patrick Watters, Roger Weiss, Dimitros Yeros, Lina Zangers.
The edition is divided up into a classic and a contemporary act, separated by an intermezzo. The classic section presents numerous sequences of black-and-white photos with very sensitive looks at the body, while the contemporary section is extremely colorful.
Nicholas Metivier Gallery, Edward Burtynsky
Nicholas Metivier Gallery will present Edward Burtynsky's (b. 1955, Canada) worldly famous series of large-scale photographs depicting nature transformed through industry, and Lynne Cohen's (1944-2014, U.S.) conceptual silver prints of places in which the human is never shown but suggested.
Yancey Richardson Gallery
With just the right amount of esoteric humor New York based Yancey Richardson gallery presents some of our favorite artists at Paris Photo this year. featured artists include: David Alekhuogie, Mary Ellen Bartley, Mitch Epstein, Ori Gersht, Matt Lipps, Zanele Muholi, Larry Sultan, Mickalene Thomas, Tseng Kwong Chi, Hellen van Meene, Guanyu XuDiscover the artists. Dont miss these marvelous works at Booth B25
WhiteWall, Mona Schulzek
As you enter the auditorium in the Eiffel Gallery, WhiteWall an official partner at Paris Photo, presents the largest photograph ever exhibited at Paris Photo as part of a unique partnership. Thanks to the Masterprint format, the German artist Mona Schulzek unveils a photograph measuring 3.20m x 2.40m.
Ceysson & Bénétière
Ceysson & Bénétière is participating for the first time in Paris Photo with a selection of photographic works produced by the great figures of art represented by the gallery: ORLAN, Mounir Fatmi, Tania Mouraud, as well as by the major photographer and visual artist Aurélie Pétrel to be seen at Booth A18