Art Basel’s Paris fair will see several notable changes when it opens its third edition this coming October.

First among them is the fair’s expected relocation to the Grand Palais, which had closed for renovations ahead of the 2024 Summer Olympics; the first two editions were staged at the Grand Palais Éphémère in the Champ de Mars. That relocation has made it possible for the fair to expand from 154 galleries last year to 194 this year. Following the renovation, the fair now has the same locations and scale as FIAC, which used to be Paris’s main fair.

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Perhaps the biggest news is that the fair has a new name: the cumbersome Paris+ par Art Basel is no more. Long live the newly christened Art Basel Paris.

According to a release, the name change was done “in agreement with Rachida Dati, France’s minister of culture, and follows extensive consultations with Art Basel’s local partners and interlocutors.”

When Art Basel announced the fair’s former peculiar name, it said the event would highlight “the dynamic dialogue between its cultural industries—from fashion and design to film and music,” hence the plus sign. The past two editions, however, mainly featured art.

Art Basel Paris’s 194 exhibitors for 2024, which runs October 18–20 with VIP days on October 16–17, are drawn from 42 countries and territories, with 64 galleries, or about 33 percent of the participants, operating spaces in France. (That figure includes several international operations not headquartered in the country.) In this cohort, there will also be 51 first-time exhibitors at Art Basel’s Paris edition.

The 2024 fair will be divided into three sections: Galeries, the main sector with 169 exhibitors; Emergence, for 16 solo booths of emerging artists; and Premise, a new section featuring 9 galleries presenting “highly singular projects” that “challenge the conventional art historical canon, with a particular focus on compelling yet little-known artistic practices,” per a release.

Galeries will include several blue-chip dealers, such as Gagosian, Hauser & Wirth, Pace, High Art, Mennour, Galerie Lelong & Co., Marian Goodman Gallery, Michael Werner Gallery, Sadie Coles HQ, Sprüth Magers, Templon, and White Cube. First-time participants in the Galeries section are Casey Kaplan, Goodman Gallery, Standard (Oslo), and Labor.  

As part of the programming for this edition, Galeries exhibitors will take part in what the fair is calling Oh La La!, a new initiative for which they can “present rarely seen work in their booth” as way to “energize” the Friday and Saturday dates of the fairs, when VIPs have long departed.

In the Emergence section, galleries include Exo Exo, ROH Projects, What Pipeline, Whatiftheworld, and VI, VII, while Nara Roesler, Parker Gallery, and the Pill will show in Premise.

In a statement, Art Basel Paris director Clément Delépine said, “the impressive list of exhibitors participating in our 2024 show highlights the fair’s leading role as a dynamic platform for galleries, as well as Paris’ position as cornerstone of the global art market, bolstered by the city’s unparalleled offerings across the broader cultural field. Galleries are evidently prepared to bring exceptional works to the fair, and we look forward to creating the best possible environment for them, their clients, and our visitors.”


Exhibitor Location(s)
303 Gallery New York
A Gentil Carioca Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo
Acquavella Galleries New York, Palm Beach
Air de Paris Romainville
Alfonso Artiaco Napoli
Alison Jacques London
Almine Rech Paris, Brussels, Shanghai, London, New York
Andréhn-Schiptjenko Stockholm, Paris
Andrew Edlin Gallery New York
Andrew Kreps Gallery New York
Antenna Space Shanghai
Anton Kern Gallery New York
Applicat-Prazan Paris
Art : Concept Paris
Athr Gallery Ad Diriyah, AlUla, Jeddah
Balice Hertling Paris
Barbara Wien Berlin
Blum Los Angeles, Tokyo, New York
Bortolami New York
Candice Madey New York
Capitain Petzel Berlin
Cardi Gallery Milan, London
Carlos/Ishikawa London
Casey Kaplan New York
Ceysson & Bénétière Paris, Saint-Etienne, Lyon, Koerich, New York
christian berst art brut Paris
Clearing New York, Los Angeles
Commonwealth and Council Los Angeles, Ciudad de México
David Kordansky Gallery Los Angeles, New York
David Zwirner New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Hong Kong
dépendance Brussels
Di Donna New York
Dvir Gallery Tel Aviv, Paris, Brussels
Edouard Montassut Paris
Ellen de Bruijne Projects Amsterdam
Emalin London
Emanuela Campoli Paris
Esther Schipper Berlin, Seoul, Paris
Felix Gaudlitz Vienna
Fergus McCaffrey New York, Tokyo, St Barthélemy
Fitzpatrick Gallery Paris
Foksal Gallery Foundation Warsaw
Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo
François Ghebaly Los Angeles, New York, West Hollywood
Gagosian New York, Beverly Hills, Hong Kong, Paris,
Athens, Rome, Basel, Geneva, Saanen, London
Galeria Plan B Cluj, Berlin
Galerie 1900-2000 Paris, New York
Galerie Allen Paris
Galerie Anne Barrault Paris
Galerie Bärbel Grässlin Frankfurt
Galerie Buchholz Cologne, Berlin, New York
Galerie Cécile Fakhoury Abidjan, Dakar, Paris
Galerie Chantal Crousel Paris
Galerie Christophe Gaillard Paris, Brussels
Galerie Eva Presenhuber Zürich, Vienna
Galerie Francesca Pia Zurich
galerie frank elbaz Paris
Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois Paris, New York
Galerie Jérôme Poggi Paris
Galerie Jocelyn Wolff Romainville
Galerie Jousse Entreprise Paris
Galerie Karsten Greve Paris, Cologne, St. Moritz
Galerie Le Minotaure Paris
Galerie Lelong & Co. Paris, New York
Galerie Max Hetzler Berlin, Paris, London, Marfa
Galerie Max Mayer Düsseldorf
Galerie nächst St. Stephan
Rosemarie Schwarzwälder
Galerie Nathalie Obadia Paris, Brussels
Galerie Neu Berlin
Galerie Papillon Paris
Galerie Pietro Spartà Chagny
Galerie Thomas Zander Cologne, Paris
Galleria Continua San Gimignano, São Paulo, Beijing, La Habana,
Boissy-le-Châtel, Paris, Roma, Dubai
Galleria Franco Noero Turin
Galleria Raffaella Cortese Milan, Albisola
Gladstone Gallery New York, Brussels, Roma, Seoul
Goodman Gallery Cape Town, Johannesburg, London
Greene Naftali New York
Hannah Hoffman Los Angeles
Hauser & Wirth Zurich, Gstaad, St Moritz, London, Somerset,
Los Angeles, New York, Hong Kong, Monaco,
Ciutadella de Menorca, Paris
High Art Paris, Arles
Hollybush Gardens London
In Situ – fabienne leclerc Romainville
Jack Shainman Gallery New York, Kinderhook
Jan Mot Brussels
Karma New York, Los Angeles
Karma International Zürich
kaufmann repetto Milan, New York
Kiang Malingue Hong Kong
Konrad Fischer Galerie Berlin, Dusseldorf
Kukje Gallery Seoul, Busan
kurimanzutto Mexico City, New York
Labor Ciudad de México
LambdaLambdaLambda Prishtina
Landau Fine Art Montreal
Layr Vienna
LC Queisser Tbilisi
Lehmann Maupin New York, Seoul, London
Lévy Gorvy Dayan New York, Hong Kong, London, Paris
Lia Rumma Milan, Naples
Lisson Gallery London, New York, Beijing, Shanghai, Los Angeles
Loevenbruck Paris
Luhring Augustine New York
Luisa Strina São Paulo
Magnin-A Paris
Mai 36 Galerie Zurich
Marcelle Alix Paris
Marfa’ Projects Beirut
Marian Goodman Gallery New York, Paris, Los Angeles
Mariane Ibrahim Chicago, Paris, Ciudad de México
Massimodecarlo Milan, London, Paris, Hong Kong, Bejing
Matthew Marks Gallery New York, Los Angeles
Maxwell Graham New York
Mendes Wood DM São Paulo, Brussels, Paris, New York
Mennour Paris
Meyer Riegger Berlin, Karlsruhe
Michael Werner Gallery New York, Berlin, London, Beverly Hills
Michel Rein Paris, Brussels
michèle didier Paris, Brussels
Miguel Abreu Gallery New York
Misako & Rosen Tokyo
Modern Art London, Paris
mor charpentier Paris, Bogotá
Nahmad Contemporary New York
Neue Alte Brûcke Frankfurt am Main
neugerriemschneider Berlin
Ortuzar Projects New York
P.P.O.W New York
P420 Bologna
Pace Gallery New York, Los Angeles, Hong Kong,
Seoul, Geneva, London
Paula Cooper Gallery New York
Perrotin Paris, New York, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Tokyo, Seoul
Peter Freeman, Inc. New York
Pilar Corrias London
Prats Nogueras Blanchard Barcelona, Madrid
ProjecteSD Barcelona
Regen Projects Los Angeles
Richard Nagy Ltd. London
Rodeo London, Pireas
Sadie Coles HQ London
Salle Principale Paris
sans titre Paris
Selma Feriani Gallery Tunis, London
Semiose Paris
Sfeir-Semler Gallery Hamburg, Beirut
Simone Subal Gallery New York
Skarstedt New York, Paris, London
Société Berlin
Sprüth Magers Berlin, London, Los Angeles, New York, Hong Kong
Sprovieri London
Standard (Oslo) Oslo
Sultana Paris, Arles
Taka Ishii Gallery Tokyo, Kyoto, Maebashi, Hong Kong
Take Ninagawa Tokyo
Tanya Bonakdar Gallery Los Angeles, New York
Templon Paris, Brussels, New York
Thaddaeus Ropac Paris, Pantin, Salzburg, Seoul, London
The Modern Institute Glasgow
Tim Van Laere Gallery Antwerp, Roma
Tornabuoni Art Paris, Florence, Forte dei Marmi,
Milan, Roma, Crans Montana
Trautwein Herleth Berlin
Van de Weghe New York
Vedovi Gallery Brussels
Victoria Miro London, Venice
Vitamin Creative Space Beijing, Guangzhou
We Do Not Work Alone Paris
White Cube London, New York, Hong Kong, Paris, Seoul
Xavier Hufkens Brussels
Yares Art New York, Santa Fe


Exhibitor Location(s)
Catinca Tabacaru Bucharest
Christian Andersen Copenhagen
Exo Exo Paris
Fanta-MLN Milan
Lars Friedrich Berlin
Madragoa Lisbon
Martina Simeti Milan
Petrine Paris
Piktogram Warsaw
PM8 / Francisco Salas Vigo
ROH Projects Jakarta
Sophie Tappeiner Vienna
VI, VII Oslo
What Pipeline Detroit
Whatiftheworld Cape Town


Exhibitor Location(s)
Bombon Barcelona
Galerie Dina Vierny Paris
Gallery of Everything London
Loft Art Gallery Casablanca
Nara Roesler Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, New York
Parker Gallery Los Angeles
Pauline Pavec Paris
Sies + Höke Düsseldorf
THE PILL Istanbul