Visit the 41st International Contemporary Art Fair FIAC
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FIAC, a great way to delve into the thrilling world of modern art
New and established international galleries will be present as the 41st edition of FIAC gets underway. This thrilling exhibition is on a par with London’s famous Frieze Fair, and is considered one of the major annual events on the contemporary art scene. It’s a unique opportunity for you to explore modern pieces by artists working in a vast range of mediums including painting, graphic art, drawing, photography, sculpture and textiles. Whether you’re a collector or whether you simply like to explore new ideas and concepts, FIAC is a great way to delve into the thrilling world of modern art.
Outstanding international artists at FIAC 2014
New York’s 303 Gallery will be showing stylish photographic prints by artist Collier Schorr alongside Doug Aitken’s amazing work with foam, acrylic and LED lighting, while Copenhagen’s Christian Andersen gallery will feature the fabulous metalwork sculptures of Benjamin Hirte.
French galleries will also be very involved, and over 35 artists such as Dorothy Iannone and Trisha Donnelly will be shown by Air de Paris gallery. Highlights include Jean-Luc Verna’s magical pencil and textured paper pieces, while Continua gallery will feature the beautiful work of Shilpa Gupta among the 43 artists they represent at International Contemporary Art Fair FIAC.
A trip to the Grand Palais this autumn is a must for anyone interested in modern art, and you’ll also find fairs, stalls and shows in various locations all over the city as galleries and venues present events to complement this important exhibition.FIAC: October 23-26, 2014
- Grand Palais and other landmarks of Paris: Detailed information on the FIAC official site
- Grand Palais Nave - Main entrance Avenue Winston Churchill, Paris 8th
- Metro : Champs-Élysées - Clemenceau, lines 1, 13
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