Exhibition: DUST / Histories of dust after Man Ray and Marcel Duchamp

At the Bal until 17th January 2016

Élevage de poussière, Man Ray et Marcel Duchamp,1920, Courtesy Galerie Françoise Paviot©ADAGP, Paris 2015

Élevage de poussière, Man Ray et Marcel Duchamp,1920, Courtesy Galerie Françoise Paviot©ADAGP, Paris 2015

It all starts with an enigmatic piece. Its author? Man Ray and / or Marcel Duchamp. The subject is equally indeterminate. When this photography appeared for the first time, in 1922, it was titled “View taken from an airplane” (Vue prise d’un aéroplane). Yet in 1964, it was officially called Continue reading…

EXHIBITION Markus LUPERTZ : A Retrospective

At the Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris, until 19th July 2015.

Markus LUPERTZ, 'Ohne Titel' (Sans titre), 2013. Photo Eric Simon.

Markus LUPERTZ, ‘Ohne Titel’ (Sans titre), 2013. Photo Eric Simon.

The Museum of Modern Art of Paris presents, in reverse order, the rich and varied career of painter and sculptor Markus Lüpertz (born in 1941). Lüpertz is a major artist of the German scene, who draws much of his inspiration from contemporary history, Greek mythology and the tension between representation and abstraction. His first French retrospective features the distinct periods of his work, which never fails to surprise. Continue reading…

EXHIBITION Pierre BONNARD : Peindre l’Arcadie (Painting Arcadia)

Pierre Bonnard, 'Nu dans le bain' (huile sur toile), 1936 / Photo : © Eric Emo / Musée d'Art Moderne / Roger-Viollet

Pierre Bonnard, ‘Nu dans le bain’ (huile sur toile), 1936 / Photo : © Eric Emo / Musée d’Art Moderne / Roger-Viollet

Until 20th july 2015 at Musée d’Orsay, Paris

The exhibition Peindre l’Arcadie at the Musée d’Orsay presents the sensitive and colourful work by artist Pierre Bonnard (1867-1947). This enchanting retrospective brings together exceptional pieces coming from London and New York, some of which belong to private collections. To the delight of the viewer, the intimate themes, dear to the artist, such as portraits, bathroom or garden scenes are unveiled with virtuosity.
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EXHIBITION Antony GORMLEY : Second Body

Antony Gormley 'Expansion Field 14/60', 2014. 4 mm Corten steel. 199.8 x 56.9 x 50.1 cm © Antony Gormley. Courtesy Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac Paris/Salzburg. Photograph by Jürgen Brinkmann

Antony Gormley ‘Expansion Field 14/60’, 2014. 4 mm Corten steel. 199.8 x 56.9 x 50.1 cm © Antony Gormley. Courtesy Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac Paris/Salzburg. Photograph by Jürgen Brinkmann

Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Pantin, until 18th july 2015.

Thaddaeus Ropac gallery hosts, within its Paris Pantin site, a major exhibition by British artist Antony Gormley. Second Body features his recent sculptures: impressive artworks at the boundaries between sculpture and architecture, inhabiting the vast halls of this former foundry and disorienting the visitor. Continue reading…