Like so many other events this year, the world’s biggest art fair dedicated to photography, Paris Photo, has adapted to the conditions. Meaning, for the first time ever, you’ll be able to view the works of the likes of Nan Goldin and Diane Arbus through the magic of your device.
TEXT: ADAM BRYCE
Shirin Neshat (left); Tyler Mitchell (right)
Paris Photo is one of the biggest art events of every year — a coming together of the world’s most-esteemed galleries presenting their finest photographic works. A fair that brings together longtime legends such as Nan Goldin, Diane Arbus and Stephen Shore, but also the likes of influential new names such as Tyler Mitchell and Paul Mpagi Sepuya.
Paul Mpagi Sepuya (left); Nan Goldin (right)
The ‘online viewing room’, open to the virtual public from 24 – 30 April, showcases works from 173 galleries and publishers, allowing 1,200 of the greatest photographic works purchasable via contacting the participating galleries. If you’ve clocked Netflix, read all of your books or simply a photography nut, this fair will keep you occupied for at least a few days. It’s a never ending catalogue of inspiration. Enjoy.
Jo Ann Callis (left); Stephen Shore (right)