Saint Laurent Rive Droite Paris present a new exhibition Dark Shadows

Saint Laurent Rive Droite Paris brings together photographs, artworks and sculptures for a new exhibition Dark Shadows curated by Anthony Vaccarello.

A captivating set of six black and white, Robert Mapplethorpe’s Polaroids: Untitled (S&M Gear), 1972; Untitled (Tony London), 1973; Untitled (Helen Marden’s Bats), 1974; are showcased together with Omaha to New York, 2000, a cinematic imagery loaded Ed Ruscha painting; a paintstick on handmade paper by Richard Serra and Head (1950-55) a ballpoint pen on invitation card by Alberto Giacometti. Among a unique selection of pieces, also sculptures signed by Lucio Fontana Concetto Spaziale Natura, 1967 and an intense Vampire 118 by Sterling Ruby are all available.

Saint Laurent Rive Droite is the brand’s new curated & creative retail space at present in Paris and Los Angeles.

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