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Hey all.

Good evening.
My name is Ryosuke.

I went to Paris Photo this year.
Do not you tell us knew, such as hotels and exhibition interesting?

I’m very troubled

Thank you

by Ryosuke Sakakibara at 2012-09-05 16:01:46 UTC | Bookmark | | Report spam→

Ryosuke, please ask your question again.

We recognize that English is not your first language, so we understand. But the language you used in the question is confusing.

Are you looking for recommendations for hotels in Paris for Paris Photo in November 2012?

by Neal Jackson | 06 Sep 2012 13:09 | Washington, DC, United States | | Report spam→
hello Mr. Neal

Thank you Reply

nice to meet to。

I went to Paris Photo in November.
I’m looking for a good hotel and good exhibition.

Do not you know a good place somewhere? ?

Thank you

by Ryosuke Sakakibara | 06 Sep 2012 14:09 | tokyo, Japan | | Report spam→
Hi Ryosuke. I am sure somebody will eventually help you out here…But, when is Paris Photo? I never heard of it!

Cheers Tom

by Tom Van Cakenberghe | 06 Sep 2012 14:09 | Kathmandu, Nepal | | Report spam→
15th-18th November. http://www.parisphoto.fr/?lg=en

I went last year, highly recommend it if you want to see some great printed works exhibited or you have an interest in buying rare/out of print books.

Some of the exhibitions are wonderful, others a little more challenging. All the exhibitors are in the main hall of the Grand Palais.

A small number of artists/photographers usually attend for book signings. There are a number of events going on outside the Grand Palais, exhibitions (http://www.parisphoto.fr/a-paris-pendant-paris-photo-2012.html) a Zine/Book fair at La Bal etc etc.

There is a ParisPhoto App too if you have an iPhone.

I booked my hotel through www.booking.com but there is a lot of information about hotels, transport etc on the website like above.

Its worth going if you are in or near Paris, but it can be a little pretentious, there’s a lot of ‘art’ buyers and publishers, and access if difficult unless you have some prior introductions. You wont see much in the way of photojournalism or documentary photography, its more of an contemporary/art photography scene.

Try and book your tickets ahead of arrival, otherwise you will stand in line for 2-4 hours to buy a ticket on the day.

Hope this helps.

J.

by Jason Tanner | 06 Sep 2012 15:09 | London, United Kingdom | | Report spam→
I went in 2010, when it was in the Carrousel de Louvre, and thus smaller. That year it was also oriented to the fine arts buyers (its exhibited images mostly came from high-end galleries around the world), but since that and the PJ scene overlap a bit, it was a useful exercise. Also some of the parallel shows around town were more oriented to the PJ world.

As to lodging, in Paris it can always be scarce when there are a lot of trade shows/tourists/holidays. I usually stay with friends. But two hotels I have used in the past (next door to each other) which are in a good neighborhood (Odéon) and mid-priced (~150-160 EUR per night) are:

Grande Hotel des Balcons
3, rue Casamir Delavigne
Paris 75006
resa@balcons.com
tel: 146347850
Fax: 1 46 34 06 27

Hotel Delavigne
1 Rue Casimir Delavigne
75006 Paris, France
tel: 01 43 29 31 50
http://www.hoteldelavigne.com/

I agree with Jason that booking.com is also a good choice for looking up rates and reviews.

Good luck. I will be in Paris sometime in November, so might be there for Paris Photo.

Best,
Neal

by Neal Jackson | 06 Sep 2012 16:09 | Washington, DC, United States | | Report spam→
hello Mr.Tom,
Thank you Reply

Are you going to Paris Photo?
I plan to go to Paris from November 14.

Thank you Ryosuke

by Ryosuke Sakakibara | 07 Sep 2012 12:09 | tokyo, Japan | | Report spam→
Hello Mr. Jason
Thank you Reply

Thank you for your very valuable information.

I want to reference the information I learned from you.
Do you go to Paris Photo this year?

Thank you Ryosuke

by Ryosuke Sakakibara | 07 Sep 2012 12:09 | tokyo, Japan | | Report spam→
Hi Mr Neal

Thank you Reply
Thank you for your information.

However, the I’m looking for a cheap hotel.
Here are not very high and stay. .

Do you know a good cheap hotel?
, Please tell me

Thank you

by Ryosuke Sakakibara | 07 Sep 2012 12:09 | tokyo, Japan | | Report spam→

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Ryosuke Sakakibara, photographer Ryosuke Sakakibara
photographer
Tokyo , Japan
Neal Jackson, Neal Jackson
(Flaneur, Savant and Scapegrace)
Washington, Dc , United States ( IAD )
Tom Van Cakenberghe, Tom Van Cakenberghe
Kathmandu , Nepal
Jason Tanner, Photographer Jason Tanner
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London , United Kingdom


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