The fourth edition of Paris Internationale will take place between October 17 and October 21, with a professional preview on October 16. 2018 will mark a return to the spirit of Paris Internationale's inaugural edition. Moving back to a domestic set-up, a five storied Haussmannian building, the fair also chose to scale down in order to enhance a more intimate experience for exhibitors and visitors alike thus fostering dialogue.

Paris Internationale 2018 will take place at 16 rue Alfred de Vigny, a 19th century mansion opening to a private garden connecting with the iconic parc Monceau, a favorite of Parisian flâneurs.

Juxtaposing a variety of atmospheres as a testament to the distinctive identities of the many participants, this edition will celebrate particularity over homogeneity. Progressing through the fair, visitors will encounter artworks within spaces already imbued with character.


Paris Internationale 2018 will welcome 42 galleries hailing from 21 countries and 5 international non-profit spaces. After sending an open call for non-profits to propose projects, we received over 150 applications. We will announce the five chosen spaces soon.

We are thrilled to welcome 11 new participants : A Thousand Plateaus, (Chendgu), Damien & the Love Guru (Brussels), Fons Welters (Amsterdam), Horizont (Budapest), Isabella Bortolozzi (Berlin), Öktem Aykut (Istanbul), Reserve Ames (Los Angeles), ROH Projets (Jakarta), Southard Reid (London), Wschód (Warsaw), XYZ collective (Tokyo).

Paris Internationale was established in 2015 as an innovative alternative to traditional art fairs and with the goal to support a young generation of galleries. In only three editions, it has developed into a vital instrument for promoting the work of emerging artists and rediscovering more established figures.


1857, Oslo
A Thousand Plateaus, Chengdu
Agustina Ferreyra, Mexico DF
Antoine Levi, Paris
Bodega, New York
BQ, Berlin
Carlos Ishikawa, London
Chapter, New York
Christian Andersen, Copenhagen
Company, New York
Crèvecoeur, Paris
Croy Nielsen, Vienna
Damien & the Love Guru, Brussels
Dawid Radziszewski, Warsaw
Deborah Schamoni, Munich
Emalin, London
Federico Vavassori, Milan
Fons Welters, Amsterdam
Gianni Manhattan, Vienna
Gregor Staiger, Zurich
Horizont, Budapest
Isabella Bortolozzi, Berlin
Joseph Tang, Paris
Koppe Astner, Glasgow
Kristina Kite, Los Angeles
Marfa', Beirut
Max Mayer, Dusseldorf
Misako & Rosen, Tokyo
mother's tankstation, Dublin | London
Norma Mangione, Turin
Öktem Aykut, Istanbul
Park View / Paul Soto, Los Angeles
Project Native Informant, London
Reserve Ames, Los Angeles
ROH Projects, Jakarta
Simone Subal, New York
Southard Reid, London
Stereo, Warsaw
Sultana, Paris
Union Pacific, London
Wschód, Warsaw
XYZ collective, Tokyo