FAB PARIS

From 21 to 27 November 2024

At the Grand Palais

All the world's art under one roof

News of the fair

Pierre Puget (1620-1694)

Pierre Puget (1620-1694)

Monday, November 20, 2023
We love, We support!
This important four-volume monograph presents the art and personality of Pierre Puget, a major sculptor of the Louis XIV era.
The author, Klaus Herding, has studied Puget’s art for over forty years. This work represents the culmination of a lifetime of work…

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Exhibitors

Countries

New exhibitors

Specialties

“FAB PARIS is Paris’s only fair dedicated to Fine Arts, tracing the entire history of art across time and continents. 

 

In the next three years, as we move from the Carrousel du Louvre to the Grand Palais Ephémère and ultimately the Grand Palais, our objective will be to expand the fair’s global reputation and growth, as well as to contribute to reinforce Paris’s status and importance on the international art market”. 

 

Louis de Bayser, President of FAB PARIS

Next edition
21-27 November 2024

 

Grand Palais

FAB PARIS

110
exhibitors

Old Masters
Modern Art
Contemporary Art
Sculpture
Furniture & Works of Art
Tapestry
Frames
Antique Decoratve Arts
20th Century Decorative Arts
Silverware
Books, manuscripts, prints
Archaeology
Antiquities
Ceramics
Tribal Arts
Asian Art
Oriental Art
Jewellery

FAB PARIS

Cultural program & events

In 2023 FAB PARIS hosted the Mobilier national, the Gautier Capuçon Foundation, and has showcased five promising young galleries.
FAB PARIS was also accompanied by a new edition of the Arts Week.

 

Arts Week

This series of events beyond the fair itself is intended to highlight collections of museums in Paris and the Île-de-France region and major exhibitions of the season.

You are invited to attend special events which provide a great opportunity for exchange and interaction, thanks to the curators and directors of the institutions that are partners of FAB PARIS.

Scénographie de l'exposition Le Chic ! © Mobilier national, Isabelle Bideau

FABuleux:
an installation by
the Mobilier national

Le Mobilier national, invité de FAB PARIS 2023

The Mobilier national is exhibiting the “FABuleux” installation in a space designed by Paul Bonlarron, designer-decorator and winner of the Mobilier national Design Parade 2022 prize.

The richness of the Mobilier National’s collections is brought into dialogue with the dynamism of contemporary design…

A concert with the
Gautier Capuçon
Foundation

Le duo Shum, composé de Lisa Strauss et Anastasia Rizikov, toutes deux lauréates de la Fondation Gautier Capuçon

Because FAB Paris believes in dialogue between all the arts, this year we are hosting the Gautier Capuçon Foundation, with a concert by the Shum duo, made up of Lisa Strauss and Anastasia Rizikov, on Friday 24 November 2023 at 7pm.

Places are limited. Book your ticket online!

5
Young Talents
at FAB Paris

5 jeunes talents à FAB PARIS

FAB PARIS is showcasing the work of five promising young galleries in a space designed by decorator Victor Cadène:

Nicolas Fournery, Marianne Paunet & Yasmina Sabrier, Paul-Antoine Richet Coulon, Rémi Chiappone and Louis Barrand…

News in museums

Discover news from museums and partner institutions of FAB PARIS

In Praise of Abstraction

In Praise of Abstraction

From 12 October
to 26 November
at the Fondation Gandur pour l’Art
L’exposition met en lumière vingt-cinq tableaux issus de la collection d’art abstrait de la Fondation Gandur pour l’Art. Ces œuvres offrent un aperçu des parcours artistiques de sept anciens membres de l’Académie des beaux-arts, tous ayant joué un rôle essentiel dans l’émergence d’une nouvelle forme d’abstraction connue sous le nom d'”art informel”.

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Victory! The factory of heroes

Victory! The factory of heroes

From 11 October 2023
to 28 January 2024
at the Musée de l’Armée – Invalides
As the Olympic and Paralympic Games of 2024 approach, the Museum of the Army dedicates an exhibition to the concept of Victory and the various ways in which women and men have experienced, celebrated, and materialized it throughout the world and history.

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Arresting beauty. Julia Margaret Cameron

Arresting beauty. Julia Margaret Cameron

From 10 October 2023
to 28 January 2024
at the Jeu de Paume museum
The first retrospective of this magnitude dedicated to Julia Margaret Cameron in France in 40 years unveils nearly a hundred photographs, ranging from her early experiments to historical, literary, or figurative allegorical compositions, including an impressive gallery of portraits of her contemporaries.

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Victor Burgin. That

Victor Burgin. That

From 10 October 2023
to 28 January 2024
at the Jeu de Paume museum
Victor Burgin is an artist and theorist born in 1941 in Great Britain. This exhibition spans his artistic activity over more than fifty years. It includes conceptual works from his youth, phototextual works from the 1970s and 1980s, as well as video works created between 2006 and 2023.

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Gustave Moreau. The Middle Ages rediscovered

Gustave Moreau. The Middle Ages rediscovered

From 15 November 2023
to 12 February 2024
at Gustave Moreau Museum
Throughout his career, Gustave Moreau played a significant role in the revival of the medieval period, which was highly fashionable in the 19th century. Besides his well-known “medievalist” works like “The Chimeras” or “The Unicorns,” the Middle Ages permeated his entire artistic output, from his romantic paintings of the 1850s, inspired notably by Shakespeare, to his syncretic works in the late 1890s.

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Universal Exhibition of 1900. Watercolour decorations found

Universal Exhibition of 1900. Watercolour decorations found

From 1 November
to 13 November 2022
Musée des Arts Décoratifs

This exhibition presents large watercolour drawings, recently rediscovered, executed as part of the competition organised in 1895 by the Union centrale des arts décoratifs or Ucad, now Les Arts Décoratifs, to design its pavilion for the 1900 Universal Exhibition. It unveils 25 drawings from the two first-place projects

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