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Clintel Steed’s paintings create a visual language that is a way of understanding the world. His work manifests an acute awareness of the history of painting, its potential, and combines it with an...
Pierre Soulages, “painter of black and light,” is a major figure of non-figurative painting, recognized as such since the start of his career after World War II. Born on December 24, 1919, in Rodez...
Presenting works by the world famous Icelandic artist Erró from the late 1950s through to the current decade, this exhibition offers a full survey of the artist’s titanic career, particularly his...
For this exhibition, Daniel Arsham will present a new suite of large-scale sculptures based on iconic busts, friezes and sculptures in the round from classical antiquity. Over the past year, Arsham...
P·P·O·W is pleased to present Spread, Jessica Stoller’s second solo exhibition with the gallery. Working in the realm of figurative sculpture, Stoller mines the rich and complicated history of...
The life and art of Peter Hujar (1934–1987) were rooted in downtown New York. Private by nature, combative in manner, well-read, and widely connected, Hujar inhabited a world of avant-garde dance,...
David Zwirner is pleased to announce an exhibition of work by American artist Dan Flavin at its recently opened Paris location. Spanning three decades of his career, this will be the first major...
Toulouse-Lautrec (1864–1901) is commonly considered to have been a reveller and insatiable denizen of cabarets and brothels, content with painting his dissolute life in a rapid, even caricatured...
The Robert Koch Gallery is pleased to present Waterfalls, a solo exhibition at the gallery for artist Adam Katseff. Adam Katseff’s large-scale reductive landscapes, while being minimalist in...
The immersive wall-sized panels of Tadashi Kawamta exhibited at the Kamel Mennour gallery 6 rue du Pont de Lodi can be also seen as landscape-archives: dispositives to read the layered history of...
L’exposition « Faire son temps » au Centre Pompidou, à Paris, propose une rétrospective de l’œuvre de Christian Boltanski. Peintures, installations, vidéos et photographies témoignent des thèmes...
À la suite des monographies consacrées à Marcel Duchamp, René Magritte, André Derain ou encore Henri Matisse, le Centre Pompidou poursuit la relecture des œuvres majeures du 20ème siècle et...
Juan Uslé is a discreet artist who produces a silent, poetic and musical body of work. Away from the hustle and bustle of life, he often paints by night in his house in Saro, Spain, or in his...
In autumn 2019, the Musée Jacquemart-André will be focusing on the Alana Collection, one of the most precious and little-known private collections of Renaissance art in the world, which is...
Born in 1929, the German artist Harald Metzkes initially studied stonemasonry from 1947 to 1949, under the sculptor Max Rothe, followed by painting at the Higher School of Fine Arts of Dresden,...
Alors que le Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris a utilisé le Déjeuner sur l'herbe pour sa campagne institutionnelle de réouverture, voici que la galerie Laurent Strouk consacre un mois de...
Beginning 14 September, Hauser & Wirth will present ‘Palm Trees and Other Works,’ its first exhibition with Charles Gaines, noted American artist, educator, and recipient of the 2019 Edward...
Takashi Murakami is back at the Paris gallery three years after his exhibition Learning the Magic of Painting. This new show follows several museum exhibitions throughout the world: Tai Kwun...
The central element of the exhibition is a mock-up of a giant iceberg with a deep rift between past and present, created in cooperation with the design-duo MUSEEA. As a visitor, you can walk into...
Doménikos Theotokópoulos, known as Greco, is undeniably one of the most original painters in the history of art. His unique style has given rise to many often-outlandish theories. He has been cast...