International Fair ofContemporary Art (FIAC).
The 35th editionof the Fiac will be held jointly at the Grand Palais and in the Cour Carrée ofthe Louvres from the 18th to the 22nd of October 2007. Likeevery year, this commercial and artistic event will group together artist ofall kind, French and foreigners.
Full fare: 25 euros.Reduced Fare: 12.50 (art students and holders of the Louvres jeunes card)
Grand Palais: Avenue WinstonChurchill, 75008 Paris
Underground station: line1 & 13 – stop Champs Elysées Clémenceau.
Cour Carrée du Louvre:rue de rivoli, 75001 Paris
Free shuttles serve bothsites
For more information andto obtain the exhibitors’ list : http://www.fiacparis.com/23/edition.htm
Gunther Forg at theLelong Gallery
The gallery presentpaintings, watercoulours, photographs and prints of the german artist, who wasinflunced by the American abstract art.
To be seen until the 20thof October.
Galerie lelong: 13 rue deTeheran, 75008 Paris
Undergroung station :Mirosmenil
Tuesday, Wednesday, thursdayand Friday from 10 :30am to 6 :30pm
Saturday: from 2pm to6:30pm
For more information: http://www.galerie-lelong.com/paris/fr
“No more oil…but some ideas” at 6:30pm on the 16th of October
The fight against theclimatic change, the energetic safety and the competitivity of the French companieswithin Europe will be at the heart of thisdebate, as well as the ticklish question of clean energy.
MEDE: 55 avenue Bosquet,75007 Paris
Undergruond station: AlmaMarceau
For more information: http://www.medef.fr/main/core.php
This is England –Shane Meadows
In 1983, Shaun, 12 yearsold, lives with his mother in the north of England. He meets a group ofskinheads with whom he will discover parties, first love and Doc Martens, butalso violence and racism.
A very good movie “madein great Britain” to be seen urgently in all the good cinemas!
Tribute to Lajtha at theHungarian Instititute at 8pm on the 15th of October
With the occasion of the115th anniversary of Laszlo Lajtha’s birthday (1812 –1863), 4 famous musicians tribute to the Hungarian composer, whose art hasenabled the international recognition of the Hungarian music of the 20thcentury: Imre Kovacs(flute), Jozsefkiss (oboe), Laszlo Horvath (clarinette) andSandor Tamas (bassoon)
Institut hongrois: 92 rueBonaparte, 75006 Paris
Underground station :ST Sulpice
For more information :http://www.instituthongrois.fr