For her first solo show at Sundaram Tagore Gallery, American/British photographer Karen Knorr presents a specially curated selection of images that explore ideas of migration and multiculturalism. This exhibition brings together several of the artist’s most powerful series, including the acclaimed body of work India Song.
Après son succès au musée Guimet en 2017, Prune Nourry investit pour la première fois l’espace de la galerie Templon rue du Grenier Saint Lazare et présente Catharsis. L’exposition, qui sera inaugurée le 7 septembre, rassemble un ensemble de nouvelles sculptures en dialogue avec des extraits de Serendipity, son premier long métrage documentaire. L'exposition Catharsis marque un tournant dans la démarche créatrice de l’artiste.
Marian Goodman Gallery Paris is pleased to present a new exhibition of works by Sabine Moritz. The artist will premiere a body of large abstract paintings from 2019. The works on canvas are remarkable for their complex compositions, intense brushstrokes and vivid colors. Moritz’s new paintings immerse the viewer in an experience of intimacy and meditation. Abstraction first appeared in Moritz’s work in 2015, until then she had been known for her
Gladstone Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of new and recent paintings by Belgian artist Walter Swennen, his third show with the gallery in New York. In this presentation, the artist continues his career-long exploration of language, culture, and memory through his incisively layered paintings, displaying the profound impact that psychology, mass media, and his own life experiences have had on his practice. Known for his playful, vibra
Connaissez-vous l'histoire de rivalité entre les deux plus grands peintres anglais des années 1760, Joshua Reynolds et Thomas Gainsborough ? Les maîtres portraitistes ont emporté toute une nouvelle génération de peintres vers l'excellence grâce à leur grande maîtrise technique, leur érudition et leur esprit d'innovation. En découle une postérité de portraits extrêmement réalistes, frappants de vitalité et profondément psychologiques. L'entrée dan
The figurative paintings by Piet Mondrian (1872–1944) have for a long time remained unknown to the public. However, the man who is now recognised as the most prominent collector of the artist’s work, Salomon Slijper (1884–1971), was passionately interested in this long forgotten part of his oeuvre. Having met the master in the Netherlands, where he fled during the First World War, Salomon Slijper, the son of a diamond dealer from Amsterdam, built
Annet Gelink Gallery is proud to present an exhibition with a special selection of photographs from Ed van der Elsken’s legendary photobook Sweet Life (1966). August 1959, exactly 60 years ago, Ed van der Elsken (1925-1990) and his wife Gerda van der Veen set off on a fourteen-month journey around the world : to West and South Africa, the Malaysian Peninsula, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Japan, the United States and Mexico.
Portraits, vanitas, still lifes, landscapes... Denis Laget embeds his paintings in art history’s classic subjects. A more thorough attempt to list the series comprising this oeuvre, which has been evolving for around 35 years now, yields : portraits, lemons, skulls, herrings, meat slabs, sheep heads, jellyfish, landscapes, flowers, dogs, birds, fig leaves... forming a collection that is both banal and strange, a sort of cabinet of curiosities whe
The Palais Galliera presents "Back Side / Fashion from Behind", an off-site exhibition at the Musée Bourdelle which focuses on clothing seen from behind. In a society that is obsessed with people’s faces, "Back Side / Fashion from Behind" is an original and unexpected theme. By addressing our body’s relationship to clothing from a social and psychological point of view, the exhibition questions the perception we have of our own and other people’s
David Zwirner is pleased to present a two-person exhibition of work by Trinidad-based artists Jasmine Thomas-Girvan and Chris Ofili at the gallery’s London location. Featuring sculptural works by Thomas-Girvan alongside paintings by Ofili, Affinities will bring to light the rich artistic conversation that exists between these two artists, arising both in response to their shared environment as well as an ongoing dialogue throughout the nearly two