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Paris+ unveils the exhibitors for the second edition

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Art Basel has named the 154 galleries that will participate in the second edition of its new Paris+ art fair. Officially titled Paris+ by Art Basel, the event will take place October 20-22 at the Grand Palais Éphémère, immediately following two days of VIP previews. This edition should be the last of the show in the ephemeral place, because the emblematic Grand Palais, from which Paris+ is famous moved France’s first long-running art fair, FIAC, will reopen by next summer after renovations.

“The 2023 show will confirm the characteristic features of Paris+ by Art Basel: a wealth of exceptional works by modern and contemporary artists, a high density of precisely thought-out presentations, a commitment to the French gallery community and a sector of Emerging Galleries alive and in tune. with a contemporary discourse,” said Clément Delépine, director of the fair, in a press release.

Of the 154 galleries exhibited, sixteen are taking part for the first time; three are new faces at the Art Basel fairs. France is well represented, with fifty-eight exhibitors operating galleries in the country, and thirty based entirely there.

Paris+ is divided into two sections, Galleries and Galeries Émergentes. The largest of these, the Galleries, will host 140 exhibitors, including international megaliths such as Gagosian, Hauser & Wirth, Pace Gallery and David Zwirner. Also featured in this section will be established galleries such as Blum & Poe, Sadie Coles HQ, Paula Cooper, Massimo De Carlo, Gladstone Gallery, Marian Goodman Gallery, Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Thaddaeus Ropac and White Cube. International galleries in this section making their Paris+ debut include Bortolami, Kurimanzutto and PPOW. French galleries Air de Paris, Balice Hertling, Galerie Chantal Crousel, Loevenbruck and Mennour are among those returning to the section, while French galleries Antenna Space, Galerie Anne Barrault, Carlos/Ishikawa and Edouard Montassut are coming up for the first time. times on the porch with the big dogs, which appeared last year in the Emerging Galleries section.

The Emerging Galleries present solo exhibitions of artists presented by emerging galleries. The section will host a total of fourteen exhibitors this year, including Fanta-MLN, Felix Gaudlitz and Gianni Manhattan, all of whom are tasting an Art Basel event for the first time. Among the winners are the international companies Bank, Lyles & King and Marfa’, as well as the French galleries Parliament and Sans Titre, both based in Paris.

A full list of exhibitors is below.


Gallery 303 (New York)

A Gentile Carioca (Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo)

Miguel Abreu Gallery (New York)

Acquavella Galleries (New York, Palm Beach)

Air de Paris (Romainville | Greater Paris)

Allen Gallery (Paris)

Space Antenna (Shanghai)

Applicat Prazan (Paris)

Art: Design (Paris)

Alphonse Artiaco (Naples)

Balice Hertling (Paris)

Anne Barrault Gallery (Paris)

Christian Berst raw art (Paris)

Blum & Poe (Los Angeles, New York, Tokyo)

Bortolami (New York)

Isabelle Bortolozzi Gallery (Berlin)

Projects Ellen de Bruijne (Amsterdam)

Buchholz Gallery (Berlin, Cologne, New York)

Campoli Presti (Paris, London)

Captain Petzel (Berlin)

Cardi Gallery (Milan, London)

Carlos/Ishikawa (London)

Ceysson & Bénétière (Paris, Saint-Etienne, Lyon, Koerich, New York)

Clearing (New York, Los Angeles, Brussels)

Seat of Sadie Coles (London)

Galleria Continua (San Gimignano, São Paulo, Beijing, Havana, Boissy-le-Châtel, Paris, Rome, Dubai)

Paula Cooper Gallery (New York, Palm Beach)

Pilar Corrias (London)

Raffaella Cortese Gallery (Milan)

Chantal Crousel Gallery (Paris)

MassimoDeCarlo (Milan, London, Paris, Hong Kong, Beijing)

dependency (Brussels)

mfc-michèle didier (Paris, Brussels)

Dvir Gallery (Tel Aviv, Paris, Brussels)

Andrew Edlin Gallery (New York)

Frank Elbaz Gallery (Paris)

Essex Street/Maxwell Graham (New York)

Cécile Fakhoury Gallery (Abidjan, Dakar, Paris)

Selma Feriani Gallery (Tunis, London)

Konrad Fischer Gallery (Berlin, Düsseldorf)

Fitzpatrick Gallery (Paris)

Foksal Gallery Foundation (Warsaw)

Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel (Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo)

Peter Freeman, Inc. (New York)

Gagosian (New York, Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Hong Kong, Paris, Athens, Rome, Basel, Geneva, Saanen, London)

Christophe Gaillard Gallery (Paris)

Gallery 1900-2000 (Paris, New York)

gb agency (Paris)

Francois Ghebaly (Los Angeles, New York)

Gladstone Gallery (New York, Brussels, Rome, Seoul)

Marian Goodman Gallery (New York, Paris)

Bärbel Grässlin Gallery (Frankfurt)

Greene Naftali (New York)

Karsten Greve Gallery (Paris, Cologne, Saint-Moritz)

Hauser & Wirth (Zurich, Gstaad, St Moritz, London, Somerset, Los Angeles, New York, Hong Kong, Monaco, Ciutadella de Menorca)

Max Hetzler Gallery (Berlin, Paris, London, Marfa)

Great Art (Paris, Arles)

Hannah Hoffman (Los Angeles)

Xavier Hufkens (Brussels)

Taka Ishii Gallery (Tokyo)

Jousse Enterprise Gallery (Paris)

Annely Juda Fine Art (London)

Karma (New York, Los Angeles)

Karma International (Zurich)

kaufmann repetto (Milan, New York)

Anton Kern Gallery (New York)

David Kordansky Gallery (Los Angeles, New York)

Andrew Kreps Gallery (New York)

Krinzinger Gallery (Vienna)

Kukje Gallery (Seoul, Busan)

kurimanzutto (Mexico City, New York)

LambdaLambdaLambda (Pristina)

Landau Fine Art (Montreal)

Layr (Vienna)

Gallery The Minotaur (Paris)

In Situ – fabienne leclerc (Romainville)

Lelong & Co. Gallery (Paris, New York)

LGDR (New York, Hong Kong, London, Paris)

Lisson Gallery (London, New York, Beijing, Shanghai, Los Angeles)

Loevenbruck (Paris)

Augustin Luhring (New York)

Magnin-A (Paris)

May 36 Gallery (Zurich)

Marcelle Alix (Paris)

Matthew Marks Gallery (New York, Los Angeles)

Mendes Wood DM (Sao Paulo, Brussels, Paris, New York)

Mennour (Paris)

Meyer Riegger (Berlin, Karlsruhe)

Victoria Miro (London, Venice)

Edouard Montassut (Paris)

mor carpenter (Paris, Bogota)

Jan Mot (Brussels)

Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder (Vienna)

Richard Nagy Ltd. (London)

Contemporary Nahmad (New York)

Neu Gallery (Berlin)

Neue Alte Brücke (Frankfurt am Main)

Neugerriemschneider (Berlin)

Franco Noero Gallery (Turin)

Nathalie Obadia Gallery (Paris, Brussels)

PPOW (New York)

Pace Gallery (New York, Los Angeles, Palm Beach, Hong Kong, Seoul, Geneva, London)

Butterfly Gallery (Paris)

Peres Projects (Berlin, Milan, Seoul)

Perrotin (Paris, New York, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Tokyo, Seoul, Dubai)

Francesca Pia Gallery (Zurich)

Gallery Plan B (Cluj, Berlin)

Jerome Poggi Gallery (Paris)

Eva Presenhuber Gallery (Zurich, New York, Vienna)

ProjecteSD (Barcelona)

Almine Rech (Paris, Brussels, Shanghai, London, New York)

Regen Projects (Los Angeles)

Michel Rein (Paris, Brussels)

Rodeo (London, Piraeus)

Thaddaeus Ropac (Paris, Pantin, Salzburg, Seoul, London)

Main Hall (Paris)

Esther Schipper (Berlin, Seoul, Paris)

Semiose (Paris)

Skarstedt (New York, Paris, London)

Society (Berlin)

Pietro Sparta Gallery (Chagny)

Sprüth Magers (Berlin, London, Los Angeles, New York, Hong Kong)

Gallery Luisa Strina (Sao Paulo)

Simone Subal Gallery (New York)

Sultana (Paris, Arles)

Take Ninagawa (Tokyo)

Templon (Paris, Brussels, New York)

Tornabuoni Art (Paris, Florence, Forte dei Marmi, Milan, Rome, Crans Montana)

Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois Gallery (Paris, New York)

Van de Weghe (New York)

Vedovi Gallery (Brussels)

We don’t work alone (Paris)

Barbara Weiss Gallery (Berlin)

Michael Werner Gallery (New York, London)

White Cube (London, Hong Kong, West Palm Beach)

Barbara Vienna (Berlin)

Jocelyn Wolff Gallery (Romainville)

Thomas Zander Gallery (Cologne)

Zeno X Gallery (Antwerp)

David Zwirner (New York, Paris, Hong Kong, London)

Emerging Galleries

Bank (Shanghai)

Lu Yang

Document (Chicago, Lisbon)


Emalin (London)

Karol Palczak

Fanta-MLN (Milan)

Noah Barker

Felix Gaudlitz (Vienna)

Jenna Bliss

Gianni Manhattan (Vienna)

Aurelien Potier

LC Queisser (Tbilisi)

Helene Chantladze

Lyles & King (New York)

Shala Miller

Marfa’ (Beirut)

mohamed abdouni

Parliament (Paris)

Charlotte Duale

PM8 / Francisco Salas (Vigo)

Loreto Martinez Troncoso

untitled (Paris)

Sequoia Scavullo

seventeen (London)

Joey Holder

Galeria Stereo (Warsaw)

Tomasz Krecicki


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