Monday, November 5, 2007

Paris Photo 2007

November 15th – 18th, Paris, France
Special focus on Italian contemporary photography

Over the past ten years, Paris Photo has won wide recognition as one of the worlds top art fairs for still photography. This unique event offers an in-depth and broad view of the medium, with the best of fine art photography from the earliest days to the present time and a forward looking survey of whats happening in fine art photography today.

The art fair will run November 15th to 18th, and will bring together 105 exhibitors (83 galleries and 22 publishers) from 16 countries. Seventy-seven percent of the participants come from outside France. The spotlight and will be on Italy and its photographic history, including contemporary artists.

Eighty-three international galleries selected from three hundred applicants. In addition to the 18 French galleries, the largest contingent of foreign exhibitors come from Italy (16), followed by the USA (15), Spain (7), Germany (6), the UK (5), Holland and Japan (3 each), Finland (2) and one representative each from Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Hungary, Luxemburg, Portugal, and South Africa.

The following New York galleries are participating: Bonni Benrubi, Charles Cowles, Gitterman Gallery, Howard Greenberg, Edwynn Houk, Charles Isaacs Photographs, Hans P. Kraus, Jr., Yvon Lambert, Laurence Miller, Robert Miller, Yancey Richardson, Bruce Silverstein Photography. Other galleries from the United States are: Robert Klein (Boston), M+B (Los Angeles), and Rose Gallery (Santa Monica).

Check back after the fair closes for a few installation shots and comments about the artworks on display.

The additional information and a full list of fair exhibitors
visit the Paris Photo website:

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