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…

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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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. 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…

Germaine KRULL: A Photographer’s Journey

Portrait de Germaine Krull, Berlin, 1922. Hans Basler
Tirage gélatino–argentique, 15,9 x 22 cm.
Museum Folkwang, Essen. © Estate Germaine Krull, Museum Folkwang, Essen

Until 27th September 2015 at the Jeu de Paume gallery

LThe Jeu de Paume gallery pays a splendid tribute to German photographer Germaine Krull (1897-1985). While the work of her contemporaries, Man Ray, Moholy-Nagy and Kertész, has widely been exposed, the free spirited, politically engaged woman photographer has long remained in the shadow. This is probably due to the fact that Continue reading…