The 47th edition of the FIAC will take place for the first time in the Grand Palais Éphémère on the Champ-de-Mars, from October 21 to 24, 2021 but also throughout Paris with the FIAC Hors les Murs. We tell you more about the program!

First of all, get ready, since nearly 160 galleries from 25 different countries will be present on the Champ-de-Mars! The Grand Palais Éphémère will thus host:

– the General Sector: dozens of modern and contemporary art galleries will be present!

– the Young Galleries Sector: 10 young galleries have the chance to participate this year in this major unmissable event for contemporary art that is the FIAC.

– the Design Sector: part of the site will host the key players in the modernist and contemporary furniture and design market.

– publishers: seven publishing galleries will also be present, from Paris to Brussels via Singapore!

– Around twenty works and architectural projects will be presented in the Tuileries Garden, in partnership with the Louvre National Estate!

– And above all, don’t forget to take your stroll to Place Vendôme to admire the monumental work of Alexandre Calder!

– Also see, an exhibition by the artist Jean Claracq at the Musée national Eugène Delacroix. This will bring together the works of Eugène Delacroix and Jean Claracq around the theme of youth, an exhibition route organized in collaboration with Galerie Sultana (Paris).

– Finally, the Petit Palais is also joining the party: partner of the FIAC since 2016, these four days are also an opportunity to (re) discover Jean-Michel Othoniel’s exhibition, Le Théorème de Narcisse, in collaboration with the Perrotin Gallery.

Finally, don’t miss the Parades for FIAC performance festival dedicated to performative practices and dialogue between disciplines in contemporary art! The programming is right here.

FIAC website
Grand Palais Ephemeral, Place Joffre
75007 Paris
Metro 8 – 7 – 10 – Motte Piquet Grenelle stop

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