SHANTHAMANI. M : Neither Tree nor Ashes

At Suzanne Tarasieve Gallery Paris until 21st May 2016

SHANTHAMANI M. Installation shot. Upside Down Tree, 2016 moule en fibre de bamboo 172 x 150 x 147 cm (67 3/4 x 59 x 57 7/8 in.) Courtesy Galerie Suzanne Tarasieve

SHANTHAMANI M. Installation shot. Upside Down Tree, 2016 moule en fibre de bamboo 172 x 150 x 147 cm (67 3/4 x 59 x 57 7/8 in.) Courtesy Galerie Suzanne Tarasieve

 

It was in India that gallerist Suzanne Tarasieve discovered the work of Shanthamani. M. For her first solo show at the Parisian gallery, the artist, born in Mysore in 1967, unveils a series of works on paper and sculptures grouped under the title “Neither Tree nor Ashes”. Unexpected pieces of charred wood Continue reading…

CERAMIX : from Rodin to Schütte

At La maison rouge until 5th June 2016

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In partnership with Sèvres-Cité de la céramique and the Bonnefanten Museum of Maastricht, La maison rouge offers us a delightful immersion into the heart of ceramic. Far from being a foreign material to the Director of the Foundation, Antoine de Galbert keeps in his private collection many earthenware pieces. Shary Boyle and Johan Creten are among the Continue reading…

Jean-Michel ALBEROLA : The adventure of details

Exhibition at the Palais de Tokyo until 16th May 2016

Jean-Michel Alberola, Reprendre la conversation, 2005. Courtesy ADAGP, Paris 2016

Jean-Michel Alberola, Reprendre la conversation, 2005. Courtesy ADAGP, Paris 2016

 

Spring is coming early this year at the Palais de Tokyo, where multiple new shows are blossoming. Stéphane Calais’ floral, new black and white piece spreads luxuriously on the walls of level 2, whilst the duo of brothers Florian & Michael Quistrebert is captivating our senses, combining painting, video and light. Further away Continue reading…

Vidya GASTALDON: Hello from the Other Side

Exhibition at Art : Concept gallery until 12th March 2016

Vidya GASTALDON. Healing Painting (Désastre mauve), 2016, huile sur tableau trouvé, 50 x 60 cm. photo : Claire Dorn / courtesy Art : Concept, Paris

Vidya GASTALDON. Healing Painting (Désastre mauve), 2016, huile sur tableau trouvé, 50 x 60 cm. photo : Claire Dorn / courtesy Art : Concept, Paris

 

Art: Concept gallery presents in its recently opened space, passage Sainte Avoye, new works of artist Vidya Gastaldon, born in 1974. ‘Hello From the Other Side’ is a pop culture reference to the song by British singer Adele, who is a regular at the top of the ‘charts’.

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Anselm KIEFER : Retrospective

Until 16th April 2016 at the Pompidou Center

Die Orden der Nacht [Les Ordres de la nuit] (1996), acrylique, émulsion et Shellac sur toile, 356 x 463 cm. Seattle Art Museum Photo : © Atelier Anselm Kiefer

Die Orden der Nacht [Les Ordres de la nuit] (1996),
acrylique, émulsion et Shellac sur toile,
356 x 463 cm.
Seattle Art Museum
Photo : © Atelier Anselm Kiefer

Parisian exhibitions are currently putting the light on German artists – and are right to do so! Earlier this year, the Museum of Modern Art devoted a retrospective to painter Markus Lupertz. Now the Pompidou Centre has put together a tour into the heart of the dark and deep work of Anselm Kiefer, after having shown Gerhard Richter in 2012. Continue reading…

Exhibition. Erwin OLAF : Waiting

At Rabouan Moussion Gallery until 28th November 2015
Erwin OLAF, exhibition 'Waiting' Gallery shot 2015. Photo credit : Eddy Boulares. Courtesy the artist and Rabouan Moussion.

Erwin OLAF, exhibition ‘Waiting’ Gallery shot 2015. Photo credit : Eddy Boulares. Courtesy the artist and Rabouan Moussion.

Orchestrated by Dutch artist Erwin Olaf, the inaugural exhibition of Rabouan Moussion’s new gallery space plunges us into a timeless atmosphere. Time – that is what it is all about. Thus, visitors are welcomed by a triptych self-portrait illustrating the Continue reading…

Mona HATOUM

Mona Hatoum 'Hot Spot', 2006, Stainless steel and neon tube. 234 x 223 x 223 cm

Mona Hatoum ‘Hot Spot’, 2006, Stainless steel and neon tube. 234 x 223 x 223 cm

Until 28th September 2015 at the Pompidou Center

The retrospective of Mona Hatoum (born in 1952) at the Georges Pompidou Centre is a significant event. Twenty years after organising an exhibition dedicated to the British artist of Palestinian origin, the Pompidou Centre is now devoting her a retrospective bringing together over Continue reading…