The International Contemporary Art Fair, or FIAC as it has become known, is taking over Paris this week, running at the Grand Palais, Hors Les Murs and the Cité de la Mode et du Design from October 21 to October 25.
The fair transforms Paris into a colossal contemporary art capital for a few days every day, bringing in almost 1,500 artists to display for over 70,000 spectators across two main venues, with a lot of art changing a lot of hands, for even more money.
Among the hundreds of participant galleries are Galerie Allen with Laëtitia Badaut Haussmann, Zero with Victor Man, Pietro Roccasalva and Hans Schabus, C L E A R I N G with Huma Bhabha, Eduardo Paolozzi and Marina Pinsky, Pilar Corrias with Ian Cheng and Philippe Parreno, Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler with a group show featuring GCC and Slavs and Tatars, as well as Jeanrochdard, Hollybush Gardens, Real Fine Arts, Anat Ebgi, Room East, and Steve Turner.
See the FIAC website for details. **