fotofever is the first art fair dedicated to discovering and collecting contemporary photography in Paris.


Every year since its creation in 2011, fotofever offers amateurs, collectors, artists, gallery owners and other art professionals the best of emerging contemporary photography from around the world. 


To bring an ever larger audience to collect photography, fotofever created - and continues to reinforce year after year, the START TO COLLECT initiation programme. 

fotofever paris 2017 in numbers...

 6th edition 
 2 500 sqm
80 exhibitors
200 artists
1,000 artworks, from €350 to €40,000€
10,000 visitors including 2,000 VIP
 60% have bought or intend to buy an artwork seen at the fair
95% are satisfied and intend to attend the next edition

... and with a short video :


the fotofever team

Cécile Schall

Founding Director
Driven by a passion for photography that has been part of her family for over a century, Cécile created fotofever in 2011.
Following 15 years in the fields of marketing and communication within international corporations, she made her debut in the art industry alongside Will Ramsey, founder of leading contemporary art fairs such as Art Hong Kong (now Art Basel Hong Kong), Pulse and Affordable Art Fair.




Christelle Roubaud

Communications Director
After seven years working with prestigious international brands in London, and studies at Sotheby’s Institute of Art, Christelle joins fotofever as Deputy Director, putting an emphasis on involving partners in a long-term commitment towards contemporary photography.


Yuki Baumgarten

Artistic Director

After studying at the Sotheby's Institute of Art, Yuki worked as a specialist in the Contemporary department at Christie’s and for a prestigious London gallery. In 2015, she moves to Paris and joins fotofever to manage all exhibitors relations. In 2017, she takes over the artistic direction of the fair with the will to showcase the most promising emerging and contemporary photography.


Olivier Remy

Technical Director

With an engineering degree, Olivier quickly joined the world of the ephemeral scenery by building decorations for theaters, exhibitions and operas. Followed by a position at ATHEM covering facades with giant images, Olivier created his company to accompany independent organizers to build a bespoke exhibition space assisting them in all technical aspects and bringing a wealth of knowledge through his network.