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Paris Internationale announces its exhibitors list
Essentially nomadic, Paris Internationale is exceptionally settling down for the time of its fifth edition in the venue which was home to its 2018 edition. © Margaux Montigny.

PARIS.- The fifth edition of Paris Internationale will take place between October 16 and October 20 at 16, rue Alfred de Vigny, in the eight arrondissement of Paris. The professional preview will take place on October 15.

Throughout the years, Paris Internationale established itself as a new model in the ecosystem of international contemporary art fairs. Forward thinking and collaborative, free spirited and audacious, the non-profit fair was founded in 2015 on the initiative of five galleries. Since its creation, the fair offers a rich selection of cutting-edge artistic projects presented by galleries from around the world.

On the occasion of its fifth edition, Paris Internationale invited just over 40 galleries coming from more than 15 countries. Alongside the founding galleries, Antoine Levi (Paris), Crèvecoeur (Paris), Gregor Staiger (Zurich), Sultana (Paris), the galleries Bodega (New York), Carlos/Ishikawa (London), Croy Nielsen (Vienna), Deborah Schamoni (Munich), Koppe Astner (Glasgow), and Union Pacific (London) have been participating since the inaugural edition and renewed their support to the fair this year again.

Paris Internationale also confirmed the participation of BQ (Berlin), Emalin (London), Federico Vavassori (Milan), KOW (Berlin), Max Mayer (Dusseldorf), Misako & Rosen (Tokyo), mother's tankstation limited (Dublin | London), Öktem Aykut (Istanbul), Park View / Paul Soto (Los Angeles), Project Native Informant (London), ROH Projects (Jakarta), Southard Reid (London), Tanya Leighton (Berlin), Wschód (Warsaw) and XYZ Collective (Tokyo).

Among its new exhibitors, the fair is proudly welcoming Bureau (New York), Capsule (Shanghai), Ermes Ermes (Vienna), Essex Street (New York), Exit (Hong Kong), Felix Gaudlitz (Vienna), greengrassi (London), Kayokoyuki (Tokyo), Lars Friedrich (Berlin), Sans-Titre 2016 (Paris), Spazio Veda (Florence).

Since its foundation, Paris Internationale has supported the major contribution of non-profit spaces by inviting them to participate for free to the fair. In 2018, following the open call for projects, Paris Internationale received 150 proposals and selected 8 projects.

Essentially nomadic, Paris Internationale is exceptionally settling down for the time of its fifth edition in the venue which was home to its 2018 edition. Galleries will invest the four floors of this Hausmannian building, close to the Grand Palais, at 16 rue Alfred de Vigny. As they progress through this intimate and welcoming mansion overlooking Parc Monceau, visitors will encounter a variety of experimental artistic projects. A gathering place to exchange ideas, Paris Internationale is further developing its support of a young generation of galleries and artists.

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