Town&Country Magazine: The Best Things We Saw at the Premier Art Fair in Paris
Last week, the Parisian art fair Foire Internationale d’Art Contemporain—FIAC for short—was held for its 44th year. This time around, the show brought together nearly 200 dealers from almost 30 countries to Paris’s Grand Palais—as well as the nearby Petit Palais and the Avenue Winston Churchill between them—and was a hotbed of activity for both artists (talent both rising and established were represented) and galleries from around the world. T&C happened to be in town and spent time wandering the grounds as well as contemplating what might look nice on our own walls. Here, a brief rundown of the best things we saw.