With 74 new galleries exhibiting at Art Paris this year, some from countries that have never been represented at the fair before, like Bosnia-Herzegovina, the United Arab Emirates, Slovenia and Russia, the 2013 edition of Art Paris has a definite international bent, with a special focus on the East. As in previous years, European galleries are well represented. The Middle East is more present than ever, with the Imane Farès gallery exhibiting the works of Palestinian artists Basma Alsharif and Yazan Khalili, along with two galleries from Beirut. For the first time ever, the fair will host The Empty Quarter photo gallery, based in Dubai.
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