Paris Photo
Photo art fair / Paris

Paris Photo is the world’s largest international art fair dedicated to photography. The annual event for collectors, professionals, artists, and enthusiasts, Paris Photo offers its visitors the most qualitative and diverse selection of artworks alongside a ambitious public programme with leading figures in the field.

Over 180 galleries and publishers will present a complete panorama of the history of photography: from vintage and modern works to contemporary creations, rare and limited editions, and avant-premiere book releases. The PRISMES sector, launched in 2015 in the prestigious Salon d’Honneur, will feature a curated presentation of large format, series, and video and/or installation works. Paris Photo is the occasion for visitors to expand their knowledge of the medium thanks to exhibitions, awards, signature sessions, special events, and talks and discussions with artists, curators, critics, and historians. The “In Paris during Paris Photo” program, created in partnership with renowned museums and arts organizations throughout the city of lights, offers visitors a complementary selection of exhibitions featuring some of the most important photographic collections in the world.

Muga Miyahara (bio, top left), Scarlett Hooft Graafland, Scarlett Coten, John Dugdale, Toshio Shibata, Simon Roberts, William Eggleston, Ralph Eugene Meatyard, Gordon Parks, Aboubacar Traoré, Gregory Crewdson, Hannah Whitaker
Authored Articles
Paris Photo 2023
November 9–12, 2023
Paris Photo is the largest art fair dedicated to the photographic medium and is held each November in the...
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Paris Photo 2022
November 10–13, 2022
Once again Paris Photo brings together up to 200 exhibitors across the world, offering collectors and enthusiasts the most...
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A Conversation with Mitch Epstein
interview series
Mitch Epstein is a fine-art photographer who helped pioneer color photography in the 1970s. His works are in major...
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Paris Photo 2017
November 9-12, 2017
Paris Photo, the leading international fair dedicated to photography, will hold its 21st edition at the Grand Palais, ambitious...
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Conversation with Agnès Varda
Paris Photo Interview Series
Interview with Agnès Varda, a photographer, artist, film director and Oscar Nominee, whose work was central to the development...
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Paris Photo
Photo art fair / Paris

Paris Photo is the world’s largest international art fair dedicated to photography. The annual event for collectors, professionals, artists, and enthusiasts, Paris Photo offers its visitors the most qualitative and diverse selection of artworks alongside a ambitious public programme with leading figures in the field.

Over 180 galleries and publishers will present a complete panorama of the history of photography: from vintage and modern works to contemporary creations, rare and limited editions, and avant-premiere book releases. The PRISMES sector, launched in 2015 in the prestigious Salon d’Honneur, will feature a curated presentation of large format, series, and video and/or installation works. Paris Photo is the occasion for visitors to expand their knowledge of the medium thanks to exhibitions, awards, signature sessions, special events, and talks and discussions with artists, curators, critics, and historians. The “In Paris during Paris Photo” program, created in partnership with renowned museums and arts organizations throughout the city of lights, offers visitors a complementary selection of exhibitions featuring some of the most important photographic collections in the world.

Muga Miyahara (bio, top left), Scarlett Hooft Graafland, Scarlett Coten, John Dugdale, Toshio Shibata, Simon Roberts, William Eggleston, Ralph Eugene Meatyard, Gordon Parks, Aboubacar Traoré, Gregory Crewdson, Hannah Whitaker
Authored Articles
Paris Photo 2023
November 9–12, 2023
Paris Photo is the largest art fair dedicated to the photographic medium and is held each November in the...
+
Paris Photo 2022
November 10–13, 2022
Once again Paris Photo brings together up to 200 exhibitors across the world, offering collectors and enthusiasts the most...
+
A Conversation with Mitch Epstein
interview series
Mitch Epstein is a fine-art photographer who helped pioneer color photography in the 1970s. His works are in major...
+
Paris Photo 2017
November 9-12, 2017
Paris Photo, the leading international fair dedicated to photography, will hold its 21st edition at the Grand Palais, ambitious...
+
Conversation with Agnès Varda
Paris Photo Interview Series
Interview with Agnès Varda, a photographer, artist, film director and Oscar Nominee, whose work was central to the development...
+
RELATED ARTICLES
New Year / 2024
Passage from the Other World
At the end of my suffering there was a door. Hear me out: that which you call death I remember...
+
Our 6th Year Anniversary
ARTPIL / Prescription .141
We are rounding out our fifth year with nearly 3 million visits strong. A very exciting journey it has been, indeed.
+
New Year / 2020
ARTPIL / Prescription .108
Promethean fire, water from Sisyphus. Let us remember this day. As Hegel tells us, the world's history is not...
+
30 Under 30 Women Photographers / Paris
November 8–10, 2019 / Paris
This year for its 10th Edition of 30 Under 30 Women Photographers, Artpil and Maison Photo present the 2019...
+
The American Document / Part II
Fractured States / Peter van Agtmael
After returning from years of war coverage, van Agtmael tries to piece together the memory, identity, race, class, and...
+
Milano Photo Week
First Edition
Milano Photo Week featureed a program of over 150 events in over 100 locations throughout the city, including exhibitions,...
+
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