Robert RAUSCHENBERG: Salvage

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At Thaddaeus Ropac gallery until 14th January 2017

Thaddaeus Ropac gallery represents, since 2015, the Estate of Pop art pioneer Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008). The gallerist unveils at present, in his Parisian space, an appealing exhibition. ‘Salvage’ brings together Continue reading…

AKAA – Also Known As Africa

JP Mika, Souvenir, souvenir. Galerie Angalia, Meudon

JP Mika, Souvenir, souvenir. Galerie Angalia, Meudon

 

Du 11 au 13 novembre 2016 au Carreau du Temple

Petite sœur plus métissée de la foire Paris Photo, AKAA (Also Known As Africa) se tient du 11 au 13 novembre au Carreau du Temple. On accueille avec un appétit grandissant cette première édition dédiée à l’art contemporain et au design africain. Une foire à l’échelle humaine où il fait bon flâner et découvrir une scène vibrante exhibant artistes émergeants ou établis.

Joli coup de cœur dès l’entrée pour le stand de la galerie marseillaise Continue reading…

PARIS PHOTO 2016

Louis Pierson 'The Countess of Castiglione' c. 1863 (James Hyman Gallery)

Louis Pierson ‘The Countess of Castiglione’ c. 1863 (James Hyman Gallery)

At the Grand-Palais from 10th to 13th November 2016

November is the month for photography. Paris Photo has become the unmissable event gathering vintage photographs along with documentary and contemporary art prints. This 20th edition, under the magnificent Grand-Palais glass roof, is a display of the best works international and French galleries have to offer.

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BEN : Tout est art ? – Is Everything Art?

BEN Tout est art

BEN Tout est art

At the Maillol Museum until 17th January 2017

We all know the white on black writings by French/Swiss artist BEN, born Ben Vautier in 1935, in Naples. Some short, witty sentences which spread over almost every kind of supports.  From canvas to cardboards to pencil cases or schoolbooks, there is no escape! His graphic writings, childlike yet perfectly calibrated, are an integral part of our daily environment. However, do we actually know the universe of this artist with an ego as big as his wit? Probably not…

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Takashi MURAKAMI : Learning the Magic of Painting

Takashi Murakami, galerie Perrotin Paris 2016

At Perrotin gallery until 23rd 2016

Fun? Spiritual? Ironic? Or maybe all of it? The recent paintings by Takashi Murakami generate an electric atmosphere in the rooms of Perrotin gallery. A robotic avatar of the Japanese Master greets us – not without a touch of humour – humming Continue reading…

EXHIBITION Eugen GABRITSCHEVSKY

Eugen Gabritschevsky, Sans titre, s.d, Gouache et aquarelle sur papier calque, Collection Antoine de Galbert, Paris

Eugen Gabritschevsky, Sans titre, s.d, Gouache et aquarelle sur papier calque, Collection Antoine de Galbert, Paris

At the Maison rouge until 18th Septembre 2016

Eugen Gabritschevsky was born in Moscow in 1893. He started out on a promising career path as a geneticist, however, in 1917 he started to display first signs of suffering from psychiatric disorders. In 1929 he was committed to a Continue reading…

Claude VIALLAT : The 1980’s

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At Daniel Templon gallery until 23rd July 2016

Akey figure of the French art scene, Claude Viallat celebrates his 80th birthday this year. It is the perfect opportunity for Daniel Templon gallery – which is also celebrating its 50th anniversary – to mark the occasion with a colourful show!

A founding member of the French Supports/Surfaces movement, this aficionado, who is adept Continue reading…

EXHIBITION: The intimate world of Josef SUDEK

Josef SUDEK, 'La Dernière Rose' 1956. Épreuve gélatino-argentique, 28,2 x 23,2 cm. Musée des beaux-arts du Canada, Ottawa. Don anonyme, 2010. © Succession Josef Sudek

Josef SUDEK, ‘La Dernière Rose’ 1956. Épreuve gélatino-argentique, 28,2 x 23,2 cm. Musée des beaux-arts du Canada, Ottawa. Don anonyme, 2010. © Succession Josef Sudek

 

At the Jeu de Paume gallery until 25th September 2016

Asweet melancholy emanates from the black and white pictures of Czech photographer Josef Sudek (Kolin, 1896- Prague, 1976). The exhibition on view at the Jeu de Paume gallery titled The Intimate World of Josef Sudek plunges us into the intimacy of his studio, crammed with things. Nowadays he would be called a hoarder, though rather than collecting indiscriminately, he carefully selected Continue reading…