Clark & Pougnaud
Paris Photo brings together 107 exhibitors from 19 countries. The selection for 2008 has favoured a greater focus on personal exhibitions and thematic projects, presenting the best photographic expressions from the earliest time to the present day. But one of the important aspects of this 12th edition is the invitation of Japan as country of honour: with the work by more than 130 artists on show, Paris Photo offers an exceptional overview of a unique site of practice, from the Meiji era to the most contemporary production.
From November 12th to 16th 2008, Paris Photo will bring together at the Carrousel du
Louvre, 107 exhibitors from 19 countries. With 78% of participants from abroad and
37 newcomers, the selection for 2008 has favoured a greater focus on personal
exhibitions and thematic projects, presenting the best photographic expressions from
the earliest time to the present day. But one of the important aspects of this 12th
edition is the invitation of Japan as country of honour: with the work by more than
130 artists on show, Paris Photo will offer an exceptional overview of a unique site
of practice, from the Meiji era to the most contemporary production. To date, no
exhibition in Europe has broadly brought together such a number of Japan's modern,
contemporary and emerging photographers.
"Spotlight on Japan" is curated by Mariko Takeuchi, independent curator and photography critic.
The 5th edition of the BMW - Paris Photo Prize
Launched in 2004 in support of contemporary photography, the BMW -Paris Photo Prize celebrates its fifth anniversary. Awarded by a prestigious jury, the prize has become an international reference in recognition of the work of a contemporary artist on a theme related to the world of BMW. The work of 20 artists short listed for the prize is exhibited during Paris Photo. The winner will be awarded the 12,000 euro prize on Thursday, November 13.
Theme for 2008: Never Stand Still
Jury : Marta Gili, director, Jeu de Paume, Vicki Goldberg, art critic and photography author, Stephen Shore, photographer, Anne Wilkes Tucker, photography curator, Houston Museum of Fine Arts, Michael Wilson, collector, Nicolas Wertans, Chairman of BMW Group France and Eric de Riedmatten, director of communication, BMW France.
Short-listed artists : Jeff Brouws (Robert Klein Gallery), Andrew Bush (Rose Gallery), Clark & Pougnaud (Galerie Baudoin Lebon),Gerardo Custance (Polaris), J.H. EngstrÃ¶m (VU' la Galerie), Martine Fougeron (Esther Woerdehoff Galerie), Nobuhiro Fukui (Tomio Koyama Gallery), Jim Goldberg (Magnum Gallery), Dionisio Gonzalez (Max Estrella), Miyako Ishiuchi (Zeit-Foto Salon, Tokyo), Syoin Kajii (Foil Gallery), Atta Kim (Keumsan Gallery), Ken Kitano (MEM Gallery), Janne Lehtinen (Taik Gallery), Yao Lu (798 Photo Gallery), Akira Mitamura (The Third Gallery Aya), Keisuke Shirota (Base Gallery), Yuki Tawada, (Taro Nasu), Nao Tsuda (Hiromi Yoshii), Ofer Wolberger (Michael Hoppen Gallery)
Paris, the international epicentre of art photography in November The 12th Paris Photo edition coincides with the "Photo Month" whose theme is "European Photography: between tradition and change". VIPs and collectors invited at Paris Photo in the framework of "Close-Up" VIP programme will get privileged access to what's happening in photography in Paris, including among others the "Lee Miller" exhibition at Jeu de Paume, "The School of Dusseldorf" at the Mam Ville de Paris, "Henri Cartier Bresson and Walker Evans" at the Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation, "Sabine Weiss" at the Maison EuropÃ©enne de la photographie, or "Tokyo Stories" at Artcurial.
List of exhibitors 2008:
GALLERIES | Agathe Gaillard (Paris) | Oliva Arauna (Madrid) | Art Agents Gallery* (Hamburg) | Atlas Gallery* (London) | Baudoin Lebon (Paris) | Bernard Quatrich* (London) | Daniel Blau (Munich) | Bonni Benrubi (New York) | Janet Borden* (New York) | Brancolini Grimaldi Arte Contemporanea (Florence) | Camera Obscura (Paris) | Philippe Chaume* (Paris) | MichÃ¨le Chomette* (Paris) | Cokkie Snoei* (Rotterdam) | Stephen Daiter* (Chicago) | Deborah Bell* (New York) | Claudia Delank *(Cologne) | Johannes Faber (Vienna) | Les Filles du Calvaire (Paris) | Flatland (Utrecht) | Eric Franck (London) | Fucares (Madrid) Galerie 1900-2000 (Paris) | Howard Greenberg (New York) | Guido Costa Projects (Turin) | Hamiltons (London) | Robert Hershkowitz (Sussex, UK) | Edwynn Houk (New York) | Ingleby* (Edinburg) | Jackson Fine Art* (Atlanta) | Galerie du Jour agnÃ¨s b. (Paris) | Juana de Aizpuru (Madrid) | Keumsan Gallery *(Seoul) | Kicken (Berlin) | Robert Klein (Boston) | Hans P. Kraus Jr. (New York) | Kudlek Van der Grinten (Cologne) | La Fabrica* (Madrid) | Luisotti (Santa Monica) | LumiÃ¨re des Roses (Montreuil) | Magnum Photos (Paris) | Robert Mann* (New York) | Martin Asbaek Projects (Copenhagen) | Max Estrella (Madrid) | m Bochum (Bochum) | MEM (Osaka) | Michael Hoppen (London) | Michael Stevenson (Cape Town) | Laurence Miller (New York) | Robert Miller (New York) | Moises Perez de Albeniz* (Pamplona) | Taro Nasu (Tokyo) | Nature Morte* (New Delhi) | Picture Photo Space (Osaka) | Serge Plantureux (Paris) | Polaris (Paris) | Priska Pasquer (Cologne) | Rat Hole Gallery* (Tokyo) | Le RÃ©verbÃ¨re (Lyon) | Yancey Richardson (New York) | Rose Gallery (Santa Monica) | Senda (Barcelona) | Sepia International* (New York) | 798 Photo Gallery * (Beijing) | Silverstein Photography (New York) | Stills Gallery* (Sydney) | Taik gallery (Helsinki) | Taka Ishii* (Tokyo) | Toluca (Paris) | Vintage (Budapest) | Vu' la Galerie (Paris) | Van Zoetendaal (Amsterdam) | Weinstein Gallery* (Minneapolis) | Esther Woerdehoff (Paris) | Xippas (Paris /Athens) | Yoshii Gallery* (New York) | Zeit-Foto Salon* (Tokyo).
STATEMENT JAPAN: Base Gallery* (Tokyo) : Keisuke Shirota | Foil Gallery* (Tokyo) : Rinko Kawauchi | G/P* (Tokyo) : Masayuki Shioda, Taisuke Koyama, Yumiko Utsu | Hiromi Yoshii* (Tokyo) : Nao Tsuda | Gallery White Room* (Tokyo) : Naruki Oshima | Shugoarts* (Tokyo): Tomoko Yoneda | The Third Gallery Aya* (Osaka): Nobuo Asada, Midori Komatsubara, Takashi Suzuki | Tomio Koyama Gallery* (Tokyo) : Mamoru Tsukuda, Noboru Fukui, Mika Ninagawa
PUBLISHERS: Antiquariaat L. van Paddenburgh (Leiden) | Aperture (New York) | Librairie La Chambre Claire (Paris) | Filigranes Editions (Paris) | Simon Finch Rare Books (London) | Harper's Books (East Hampton) | Hatje Cantz (Stuttgart) | Journal (StockhÃ¶lm) | Librairie 213 (Paris) | Lodima Press (Revere/USA) | Florence Loewy (Paris) | Tissato Nakahara (Paris) | Denis Ozanne (Paris) | Phaidon (Paris/London) | Schaden.com (Cologne) | Steidl (Gottingen/ London).
JAPANESE PHOTO-BOOKS: Akaaka Art publishing* (Tokyo) | Book shop m* (Tokyo) | Little More* (Tokyo) | Seigensha* (Tokyo) | Tosei-Sha* (Tokyo)
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Opening by invitation only: Wednesday, 12 November, 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Carrousel du Louvre
99 rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, France
Opening hours: Thursday, 13 November from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm, Friday, 14 November
from 11:00 am to 9:00 pm, Saturday, 15 November from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm, Sunday, 16 November from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm
General admission: 15 , 7.50 for students and groups
Catalogue: 20 euro
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