The fourth edition of Paris Internationale will take place from 17 to 21 October. The fair welcomes 42 galleries from 21 countries and 8 non-profit spaces. ArtFacts.Net provides you with a TOP 10 List according to our Gallery Ranking which includes; Carlos/Ishikawa, Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi, Galerie Max Mayer, Mother’s Tankstation, Galerie Crèvecoeur, Koppe Astner, Galerie Deborah Schamoni, BQ Berlin, Simone Subal Gallery and Southard Reid.
Gallery list in order of Ranking:
Carlos/Ishikawa | London | 145 | Blue Chip
Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi | Berlin | 162 | Blue Chip
Galerie Max Mayer | Dusseldorf | 173 | Blue Chip
Mother’s Tankstation | Dublin | 201 | Blue Chip
Galerie Crèvecoeur | Paris | 310 | Established
Koppe Astner | Glasgow, Scotland | 351 | Established
Galerie Deborah Schamoni | Munich | 401 | Established
BQ Berlin | Berlin | 412 | Established
Simone Subal Gallery | New York City, NY | 443 | Established
Southard Reid | London | 471 | Established
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.
October 17—21, 2018
16 Rue Alfred de Vigny