An essential event in the art world, each year the Art Paris Art Fair brings together professionals, artists, enthusiasts and neophytes for an exceptional showcase of global contemporary art. Schedule a visit to this event to be held from March 30th to April 2nd, 2023, and remember to book your tickets as soon as possible.


A landmark anniversary

This year, the Art Paris Art Fair will celebrate its 25th anniversary. A quarter century distinguished by success, by ever-increasing attendance (nearly 70,000 visitors in 2022) and by an ever-wider inclusivity for all facets of contemporary art. To give you a few figures, the Art Fair 2023 will bring together 134 exhibitors from 25 countries, representing 900 artists. The galleries present are 60% French and 40% international and a third will be exhibiting at the Art Fair for the first time. But the Art Paris Art Fair also includes numerous associated events and exhibitions outside the walls, with prestigious partners such as the Musée du Luxembourg, the Musée d’Orsay, the Atelier des artistes en exil (Agency of Artists in Exile), etc.


The specifics for 2023

For this anniversary edition, the Art Paris Art Fair has chosen two particularly sensitive and representative themes of our time: commitment and exile. Art & Engagement explores the notion of engagement through 20 works by French artists, while the topic of Exile: Dispossession and Resistance is approached by 18 international artists. Of course, throughout the event, many meetings, conferences and happenings are organised, some of which are intended to make contemporary art more accessible to the general public. Finally, the Art Fair stands by its ecological commitment, becoming the first eco-designed fair, with an analysis of life cycles, a pioneer in the world of art fairs.


Take advantage of your stay at the Hotel Le Six and participate in this great cultural event, whether you are an art enthusiast or just wish to know more.


Art Paris Art Fair

Photo: JeanLuc Ichard

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