The contemporary art fair is online

The FIAC (International Fair of Contemporary Art) is one of the largest art fairs in the world which has been held every year since 1974, at the Grand Palais, in the French capital. Over several days, this artistic and commercial exhibition becomes an international meeting place for gallery owners, collectors, curators, museum directors and personalities from the world of international contemporary art. FIAC presents a selection made up of works of art from galleries around the world, ranging from modern masters to emerging creations.


Contemporary art covers all works of art created from 1945 to the present day. These are the works created during this period regardless of the style, the medium used (sculpture, painting, photography, drawing or edition) or the artistic movement to which they belong. FIAC gives us the chance to discover new talents and to be inspired by the art that surrounds us.


This year, due to the health crisis, FIAC to announce the launch of the first edition of FIAC Online Viewing Rooms, which is held online. The Online Viewing Rooms starts Thursday March 4 at 10 a.m. and ends Sunday March 7.

This online platform hosts more than 200 recent and established galleries of contemporary art, modern art and design that you will be able to discover.


The Online Viewing Rooms also inaugurates Through the eyes of, a program of curatorial choices embodied by five French and international curators:


Bernard Blistène (Director of the National Museum of Modern Art, Center Pompidou, Paris)

Saim Demircan (Exhibition curator and author)

Emma Lavigne (President of the Palais de Tokyo)

Jean de Loisy (Director of the National School of Fine Arts in Paris)

X Zhu-Nowell (Exhibition curator, Guggenheim New-York).


Here are some of the galleries exhibiting this year:


Register on their website to get more participates in the FIAC Online Viewing Rooms: https: //