From October 21 to 24, arty vibes take over the French capital. The Paris International Contemporary Art Fair (FIAC) is attracting an international crowd at the ephemeral Grand Palais, in the Champs de Mars.
The Paris International Contemporary Art Fair (FIAC) is attracting an international crowd at the ephemeral Grand Palais, in the Champs de Mars.
Do not miss the myriad of offs, in particular Paris Internationale, the special exhibitions in galleries, in particular the South African artist William Kentridge at Marian Goodman Gallery and the sculptor Alexandre Calder at the Gagosian gallery
This week also, you will have to follow the opening of several major Parisian exhibitions, including the Georges Baselitz retrospective at the Centre Pompidou. And a few steps from Quartier Libre Saint Georges, you have the opportunity to visit the brand new Pernod Ricard Foundation. Known for its very select “Yellow Ball” which takes place every year during the FIAC, the famous french brand of pastis invites you to visit it’s institute, on the side of the Gare Saint-Lazare for . It’s yearly prize will be given to the artist Boris Kurdi, this Friday October 24 at 6.30 p.m. To go to the éphémère Grand Palais: M ° Saint Georges Line 12 / Change at Concorde to Line 8, Exit Ecole Militaire.