Pace Gallery is honored to present the first exhibition of Jean Dubuffet’s Théâtres de mémoire series in New York since 1979. Curated by Arne Glimcher, the founder of Pace Gallery, the exhibition evolved from the critically successful presentation of the series at Pace Gallery in London in 2017 and showcases several monumental paintings from that exhibition, as well as new loans from major museums including the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and the N
In line with the monographic exhibitions recently dedicated to Antoni Tapiès, Daniel Spoerri, and Hessie, Les Abattoirs, Musée - Frac Occitanie Toulouse are continuing their exploration and rediscovery of the major figures of modern and contemporary art, presenting the exhibition Eduardo Chillida, Gravitación in association with the Fundación Eduardo Chillida-Pilar Belzunce.
The American Dream: pop to the present. Prints from the British Museum features more than 100 prints by 42 American artists, providing an exciting overview of the development of printmaking in the United States since 1960. Many of America’s greatest artists are presented, including Andy Warhol, Jasper Johns, Jim Dine, Ed Ruscha, and Kara Walker, all of whom have engaged with printmaking to create some of the most enduring images of recent years.
Jack Shainman Gallery is pleased to announce THAT’S NOT IT, an exhibition of drawings by Geoffrey Chadsey. In his ongoing series of painterly, drawn portraits, Chadsey continues a decade-long exploration of fantasized subjects that hover in the sfumato between the masculine and the effeminate: they are made-up “men” composed of selves presented for an unseen, image-consuming digital audience. If Giorgio Agamben describes persona as the mask throu
In participation with Le French May Arts Festival 2018, Alisan is honored to hold a solo exhibition for the Chinese-born French painter Shan Weijun. While Shan has exhibited in France and China, this will be his first solo show in Hong Kong. Since 1991 Shan has studied and lived in Paris, developing a contemporary, signature style with the tools of Chinese ink practice. For his Hong Kong debut exhibition Between Light and Shade, Shan will be show
Galerie les filles du calvaire is proud to present the first exhibition of the duo Art Orienté Objet at the gallery. Since 1991, Marion Laval-Jeantet and Benoît Laval’s artistic work has been built on a careful and passionate observation of the living things. They appeal to very different sciences like ecology, biology, ethnography or ethology, and interrogate the changing relationship that human and non-human beings have with an increasingly sci
The exhibition "Aube bleue" at the galerie kamel mennour in Paris unveils new works by Claude Lévêque, sound and light installations that evoke melancholy and the feeling of vertigo in the face of the idea of infinity and death.
La galerie Templon présente pour la première fois à Paris un spectaculaire ensemble de peintures du grand maître américain de l’abstraction Robert Motherwell. Une vingtaine d’œuvres de la mythique Open Series, datées des années 1970, seront réunies pour l’occasion.
Corot is unanimously recognized for his landscapes: Zola calls him "the dean of naturalists", Monet "the only master" in the matter. But one should not neglect the prowess he displays in other genres, and especially the beauty of his figures. It is this part of his work that the Marmottan Monet Museum decides today to highlight, by devoting an exhibition to the figures painted by Corot.
This exhibition of more than 30 paintings by Chaim Soutine, the Expressionist known for his gestural and densely painted canvases, focuses on the artist's remarkable paintings depicting hanging fowl, beef carcasses, and rayfish, now considered among his greatest artistic achievements.