PARIS INTERNATIONALE

October 17—21, 2018
16 Rue Alfred de Vigny
75008 Paris


Preview, Tuesday Oct. 16, by invitation only
Wednesday, Oct. 17, 12–7 PM
Thursday—Saturday, Oct. 18—20, 12–8 PM
Sunday, Oct. 21, 12–6 PM


The fourth edition of Paris Internationale will take place between October 17 and October 21 with a professional preview on October 16. We will welcome 42 galleries from 21 countries and 8 non-profit spaces. Subscribe to our newsletter to be kept up to date here. Please find information on our previous editions in the archive.



Paris Internationale was established in 2015 as an innovative alternative to traditional art fairs and with the goal to support a young generation of galleries. In only three editions, it has developed into a vital instrument for promoting the work of emerging artists and rediscovering more established figures. Dedicated to raising the level of discourse in the context of art fairs, Paris Internationale keeps its participation costs as low as possible to encourage risk taking and to present its audience with exhibitors at the forefront of contemporary practices.

Responding to our current political climate and faced with challenges that redefine what it means to live together, PI was built on principles of openness and inclusivity. The fair and its public programs are accessible for free and welcoming to all.


Co-Directors:
Silvia Ammon, Clément Delépine

silvia@parisinternationale.com
clement@parisinternationale.com

Committee:
Galerie Antoine Levi, Paris
Galerie Crèvecoeur, Paris
Galerie Gregor Staiger, Zurich
Galerie Sultana, Paris
Stephan Tanbin Sastrawidjaja, Project Native Informant, London
Paul Soto, Park View / Paul Soto, Los Angeles and Brussels

Paris Internationale Founders:
Galerie Antoine Levi, Paris
Galerie Crèvecoeur, Paris
Galerie Gregor Staiger, Zurich
Galerie High Art, Paris
Galerie Sultana, Paris

Communication: Studio Marie Lusa
Legal Advice: Sibylle Loyrette

Paris Internationale is a non-profit association whose offices are located at 47 Rue Ramponeau, 75020 Paris.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION
INFORMATIONS PRATIQUES

Paris Internationale
16 Rue Alfred de Vigny
75008 Paris


Opening hours:
Wednesday, October 17, 12—7pm
Thursday, October 18, 12—8pm
Friday, October 19, 12—8pm
Saturday, October 20, 12—8pm
Sunday, October 21, 12—6pm

Metro:
Courcelles, line 2

Rates:
Entrance to Paris Internationale is free of charge but requires registration.

Get your pass here


Visitors with Disabilities:
The 19th century elevator in the building is unfortunately too narrow to accommodate wheelchairs.

Coffee Corner & Restaurant:
Catering available on site.

Free Coat Check:
For safety and security reasons, backpacks, suitcases and trolleys of any size are not allowed within the fair and must be deposited at the Coat Check.

Location:
︎ Map
5 minutes by car from FIAC
4 minutes by foot from Asia Now

Horaires d’ouverture:
Mercredi, 17 octobre, 12 à 19h
Jeudi, 18 octobre, 12 à 20h
Vendredi, 19 octobre, 12 à 20h
Samedi, 20 octobre, 12 à 20h
Dimanche, 21 octobre, 12 à 18h

Metro:
Courcelles, ligne 2

Tarifs:
L’accès à la foire est libre et gratuit mais nécessite une inscription préalable.

Obtenez votre pass ici


Visiteurs à mobilité réduite:
L’ascenseur datant du 19ème siècle est malheureusement trop étroit pour accueillir les fauteuils roulants.

Café & Restaurant:
Restauration sur place.

Vestiaire gratuit:
Pour des raisons de sécurité les sacs à dos et valises ne sont pas autorisés dans les espaces d’exposition et doivent être déposés au vestiaire.

Localisation:
︎ Carte
5 minutes en voiture de la FIAC
4 minutes à pied d’Asia Now


Mark


PROGRAM


CONVERSATION PIECE I

“Conversation Piece I”, a public program of discursive events to take place within Paris Internationale was conceived and coordinated by The Performance Agency, a Berlin based platform founded in 2017 with the aim of investigating genre-crossing possibilities and bringing together personalities from different fields to enact new performative happenings.

For the 4th edition of the fair, The Performance Agency brings the magnified skirt of Marie Antoinettento Paris. Created by Maria Loboda as a stage, changing room and hideaway for participants of the performance festival Mass X in Berlin — in collaboration with Archivio Conz and Supportico Lopez — the structure of the ballgown now functions as a public pavilion for a series of private conversations to take place under the skirt, in the comfort and privacy of the Boudoir: The Performance Agency invites the audience to meet and hold one-on-one conversations with a series of experts across the fields of art, politics, performance, medicine, diplomacy, journalism, technology and finance, as a testament to the conversation’s deep and singular transformational potential.

“Conversation Piece I” is open between Thursday 18 and Sunday 21, from 3pm until 8pm. The entire program is taking place on the ground floor.

Please contact +33 (0)7 58 72 13 65 or email info@performanceagency.biz with any question or to register for a session.

Thursday 18
2pm: Ken Renaldi, Astrologer, Narcissism & Dispersion

4pm: [{“CIBELLE”(CAVALLI} BASTOS)]@aevtarperform, Founder of Self-Project/SPACE, On body as an aevtar interface, subjectivity as the user, deprogramming and non-binary feminism.

Undefined time: Daniel Baumann, Curator, Subletting

6pm: Lily Mcmenamy, Actress, Silence


Friday 19
2pm: Mark Fitzpatrick, IISS Senior Fellow for Non- Proliferation, Controlling the nuclear genie

4pm: Alfons Klosterfelde, Galerist, Bread

5pm: Darling O., On sex work

6pm: Oluwafemi Oladeji, Master Shi Miao Gen
(36th Generation Shaolin Monk), Creativity, Feeling and Improvisation

Saturday 20
12pm: Caique Tizzi, Founder Agora Collective, On flavour

2pm: Lulëzim Ukaj, Logician, Memories in anecdotes

3pm:: Oozing Gloop, On marriage (durational conversation

Sunday 21
12pm: Eric Wesley, Artist, Understanding the Euro Fighter

2pm: Theodosiois T., On crypto currency

4pm: Evie Blightman, 9 years old, Mind craft

5pm: Maria Edileuza Fontenelle Reis, Permanent Delegate of Brazil to UNESCO, Admiration


DAILY DÉRIVES 2018

Daily Dérive I
Julien Fronsacq & Natacha Ramsay Levi
Wednesday, October 17, 5:30pm / Mercredi, 17 octobre, 17:30h

Daily Dérive II    
Joseph Kouli & Sébastien Peyret
Friday, October 19, 1pm / Vendredi, 19 octobre, 13h

Daily Dérive III
Natalie Bell & Diana Campbell Betancourt
Saturday, October 20, 4pm / Samedi, 20 octobre, 16h

Daily Dérive IV
Yung Ma & Surprise Guest
Sunday, October 21, 2pm / Dimanche, 21 octobre, 14h


Paris Internationale is inaugurating Daily Dérives, a new program of conversations which will take form as commentated visits of this 4th edition lead by a pair of key figures. As they progress through the four floors of the venue, artists, curators, critics, teachers, collectors (sometimes all of the above) will exchange about the artworks on view in a flâneur spirit. Truthful to the Situationist meaning of the dérive, we encourage the expression of personal points of view and hope for an intimate experience for individuals who “let themselves be drawn by the attractions of the terrain and the encounters they found there” (Guy Debord).

Participants include:
Natalie Bell (Associate Curator, New Museum, New York), Diana Campbell Betancourt (Artistic Director, Samdani Art Foundation and Chief Curator, Dhaka Art Summit), Julien Fronsacq (Chief Curator, MAMCO, Genève), Joseph Kouli (Collector), Yung Ma (Curator, Centre Pompidou), Sébastien Peyret (Collector) and more.
Please contact rsvp@parisinternationale.com for further information or to register.


Captions left to right: Paris Internationale 2015; Performance, New Noveta, PI 2016; Performance, Adam Christensen, PI 2015; Spike Conversations, PI 2015; Lonely Boys, PI 2017; The Cheapest Universtiy, PI 2017; PI Talks 2016; Performance, Studio for Propositional Cinema, PI 2016.






PRESS


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