Currently closed because of the health crisis sparked by the COVID-19 epidemic, the Fondation Louis Vuitton is determined to ensure the continuity of its 2020/2021 programming and is set to re-open on 23rd September 2020
‘Noses Elbows And Knees’ Mario Sorrenti and John Baldessari exclusively available to pre-order at Saint Laurent Rive Droite
Curated by Neville Wakefield ‘Noses Elbows and Knees’ by Mario Sorrenti and John Baldessari available to pre-order in Saint Laurent Rive Droite in Los Angeles and Paris.
From May 23rd to August 14th, Perrotin have invited 26 Paris-based galleries to present a selection of work from their artists. Debuting in their Saint-Claude space, the exhibition will be comprised of four consecutive two-week-long presentations, with each one inclusive of six to seven independent galleries.
Despite the COVID-19 virus Damien Hirst is still scheduled to exhibit his latest paintings, ‘Cherry Blossoms’, at Fondation Cartier in Paris. The solo exhibition will run from June to November 2020.
Saint Laurent and Lomography have collaborated together on the release of two limited edition Simple Use Film Cameras.
Florence Hutchings Interview – “I once made this purple and green painting and was thinking to myself ‘I wonder why I picked those colours’, only later did I notice I was wearing both those colours in my outfit.”
London based artist Florence Hutchings recently sat down with art historian, writer and curator Hector Campbell to discuss her prolific sketching of the everyday, her playful use of colour and scale, and her adoption of domesticity as her principal subject matter, as well as her upcoming solo exhibition, The Doors of Perception, with Delphian Gallery in Paris
In Paris, Maria Grazia Chiuri, Dior’s creative director, launched her AW20 Haute Couture collection, inspired by artist Judy Chicago.
Self-ironing Pants and Other Paintings is an exhibition of new works by the American artist David Salle
Self-ironing Pants and Other Paintings is an exhibition of new works by the American artist David Salle.
6 must-see exhibitions ending this week – in New York, London, Paris – selected by GalleriesNow
The dark canvases in the show Illuminations have such an extraordinary clarity, it’s as if a camera had been taken into someone’s dreams.
Serge Lasvignes, chairman of the board of the Centre Pompidou-Metz and Chairman of the Centre national d’art et de culture-Georges Pompidou, has appointed Chiara Parisi Director of the Centre Pompidou-Metz
GalleriesNow is the world’s leading gallery guide – everything you need to know about great exhibitions, wherever you are. Every week for FAD they choose a select group of exhibitions for you to visit.
In the name of the beauty of the planet, Guerlain looks to the future as it presents its new exhibition, Gaïa, what are you becoming?
Allouche Gallery presents There’s More Upstairs, a new ‘pop up’ show in Paris by British artist Paul Insect. This show follows themes from his last Reflective Minds exhibition in New York, where the work questioned genuineness in ourselves.
For his first solo museum exhibition in France, Theaster Gates has initiated an entirely new project that explores social histories of migration and interracial relations