Paris+ par Art Basel (or by Art Basel if you don’t speak French !) is the name of Art Basel’s… Read More
April 4th to 30th New York based artist Erik Parker (b. 1968) paints meticulously curated worlds of chaos within his… Read More
Claude Rutault “exposition-suicide” at Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin Opening on Saturday 8th January, 2011
Image:“définition/méthode 257 : hors cadre” 1994, Opening on Saturday 8th January, 2011, 4 – 9 PM Saturday 8th January 2011,… Read More
Image:CY TWOMBLY Camino Real II, 2010 Acrylic on plywood 99 3/8 x 72 7/8 inches (252.4 x 185.1 cm) Bohemia… Read More
Guillotine were on hand at Galerie Emmanuel Perriton to capture the launch of Kaws new solo show at the highly… Read More
Darcel Disappoints is a New York based artist, with whom colette has been collaborating for many years now. For the first time now, they have an exhibition entirely dedicated to him.
Collectif 1980, “1980 Interactive Mobile Box” Installation Tuesday, from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. From Wednesday to Sunday, from 11… Read More
I know its in French .. CREAM, 2SHY ET SO-ME exposent TRIPLE TROUBLE2 du jeudi 03 septembre à partir de… Read More
From July 7 to November 29, 2009, the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain will present Born in the Streets—Graffiti, an exhibition devoted to graffiti and street art.
Wander around a Paris area home improvement or gardening big-box store and you might happen upon the work of the… Read More
art news Jonas Mekas A Few Things I want to Share with you, my Paris Friends Review by Maxim Northover
Close to Maison de la Poesie on rue Quincampoix, a still modest street of galleries in Paris, is the agnès b Gallery du Jour. Often overlooked for her sincere contribution as a curator agnès b. (fashion designer for the modern, European homme et femme) demonstrates a classically Parisian flexibility when it comes to multi-métier activities. Suitably so, Jonas Mekas exhibits works of poetry, video, sound recordings, stills, installation and artifacts all seamlessly conversing with one another. Mekas still lives the avant-garde, and is still largely impoverished due to his un-wavering commitment. His notes on the gallery walls are a poet’s monologue.
View of the exhibition. © Jean-Claude Planchet, Centre Pompidou, 2009.Offered a retrospective by the Centre Pompidou, Philippe Parreno has come… Read More
Mickey Mouse, Superman, Little Nemo, Spiderman, Tintin, Blake et Mortimer, Astérix, Iznogoud, Blueberry, Batman, Le Chat… These characters and heroes… Read More
Seventy-five of the Most Prestigious Galleries in Paris will Open for an Exceptional Evening on June 3rd
Around seventy-five of the most prestigious galleries of the Elysées – Faubourg Saint Honoré area will open for an exceptional… Read More
Super parisian illustrator artist Soledad was creative director of an advertising company before starting a close collaboration with French magazine… Read More
Presented as a celebration of the centenary of the birth of Henri Cartier- Bresson, this exhibition proposes a course starting… Read More
Drunk, three-channel video for projection (23 minutes) – edition of 5 + 1 AP – 1999 © Maureen Paley, London…. Read More