FIAC Paris this year hosts an exacting selection of 199 modern art, contemporary art, and design galleries, among the most emblematic of the international scene. The fair will present many solo exhibitions.
FIAC Galleries will bring together 199 galleries from 29 countries including 2 countries represented at FIAC for the very first time (Ivory Coast and Iran) and 3 countries who are returning to FIAC in 2019 (Iceland, Poland and the Czech Republic).
Among the exhibitors, the return of 9 galleries of international scope is noteworthy: Lisson (London, New York, Shanghai), Nara Roesler (São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, New York), Contemporary Fine Arts (Berlin), hunt kastner (Prague), Campoli Presti (Paris, London), Tomio Koyama (Tokyo), Galerie Papillon (Paris), Sprovieri (London), Baronian Xippas (Brussels).
FIAC 2019 likewise features the inaugural presence of 25 galleries from across the world, each a reference in their given field of expertise: Lévy Gorvy (London, New York, Hong Kong, Zürich), The Box (Los Angeles), Meyer Kainer (Vienna), Barbara Wien (Berlin), Magnin-A (Paris), Jacky Strenz (Frankfurt), BERG Contemporary (Reykjavik), Dastan Gallery (Tehran), apalazzo (Brescia), Laveronica (Modica), Kate MacGarry (London), JTT (New York), Simone Subal Gallery (New York), Cécile Fakhoury (Abidjian, Dakar, Paris), Lyles & King (New York), Joseph Tang (Paris), Hopkins (Paris), Barbara Weiss (Berlin); including 7 in the Lafayette Sector: Jenny’s (Los Angeles), Gianni Manhattan (Vienna), Mariane Ibrahim (Chicago), PM8 (Vigo), Dawid Radziszewski (Warsaw), Soft Opening (London) and Weiss Falk (Basel).