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

Paris Internationale will return in October 2018 for its fourth edition. Details will be announced as planning progresses. 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.

Silvia Ammon, Clément Delépine

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.


Details on public programs, talks or performances will be published in the second half of the year. In previous editions Paris Internationale has hosted performance and talks programs in association with various collaborators and contributors including Vincent Honoré, Spike / Alexander Scrimgeour, Clément Delepine, The Cheapest University and others. You can find more information on past programs in our archive and we look forward to presenting our new projects later this year.

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.


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