Paris Photo 2011


Guy Bourdin, Pentax Calendar 1980, Michael Hoppen Gallery
 Paris Photo, the biggest Art Photography Fair in the world celebrates its 15th anniversary at the Grand Palais venue in Paris. With a selection of 135 exhibitors from 23 countries, along with 55 new participants, this anniversary photo exhibition is expected to be one of the most important events of the season and a unique experience for the visitors. The fair features many parallel exhibitions, a tribute to African photography from Bamako to Cape Town with a large number of african artists and galleries and the exhibition Recent Acquisitions with material from the London Tate, the International Center of Photography from New York and the Musee de l' Elysee from Lausanne. Additionally, the exhibition titled Private Collection features master works from private collectors and finally, an exhibition devoted to a cult photography book Love on the Left Bank, edited by Ed van der Elsken in 1956 is accompanying the Paris Photobook Prize awarding. This photography panorama is completed with various events from interviews, round tables and events promising four days of spectacular art.

From 10 to 13 of November, 2011


All images courtesy of Paris Photo
Mike Brodie, #5126, 2007, M+B

Darren Almond, Fullmoon@Neban Point, 2007, Xippas Gallery

Anonymous, Soudan, circa 1890, Lumière des Roses

Irving Penn, Scarred Dahomey Girl, Dahomey, 1967, Bernheimer Fine Art Photography

Fani-Kayodé Rotimi, Ecstatic Antibodies series, 1989, Revue Noire

Richard Mosse, Tutsi Town, North Kivu, Eastern Congo, 2010, The Empty Quarter Gallery


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