Art in the City of Love Paris
Since the 1970s, Burden has channeled the daring spirit of his early life-threatening performances into sculptures that embody technical feats on an imposing scale. Toys (figurines, train sets, Erector parts) are used as the building blocks for expansive scale models, cities, and battlefields, while actual vehicles (ships, trucks, and cars) are suspended or set in motion in surreal and improbable ways.
Twenty years after the first Jeff Koons exhibition at the Centre Pompidou, Les Coutiers Du Désir, the American designer has come back to the Paris art museum, with a unique retrospective which will be held through until March next year
For the Paris exhibition, individual works have been sized to be installed edge to edge in trios, creating momentary associations between works from different epochs and of diverse subjects and origins.
To co-incide with the release of his book “The Unknow Hipster” Published at August Editions, Jean-Philippe Delhomme will be presenting some drawings from his book.
The Cartier Foundation for Contemporary art will present the first major European exhibition dedicated to the Chinese artist Yue Minjun.
See Anslem Kiefer at Gagsoians new Massive gallery on the outskirts of Paris.
The Piper Gallery is to present Voyages, an exhibition of work by Francis West.
Ampersand presents the viewer with a giant white cube, closed and impenetrable. A small opening permits the viewer to stealthily observe a scrolling series of objects on a conveyor belt.
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
from August 2nd to 28th Nick Meek studied photography in Leeds, West Yorkshire before spending a brief period as assistant… Read More
Designer Kenzo Takada, who founded the upscale Kenzo label, has tried his hand at painting, with a Paris exhibition of… Read More
Rosson Crow Salon de Réception avec Bud Light 2009 Oil, acrylic and enamel on canvas 213 x 300 cm /… Read More
The four-day sale of the Collection of Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé, part II, at Theatre Marigny offered by… Read More
Beyond the boundaries … Paris art in the banlieue Photograph: Danielle Voirin Nice article over at The Guardian from FAD’s… Read More
Artist Daniel Arsham is best known for his reworking of architectural and natural forms of
the everyday. His surreal art has been exhibited around the world and will now been seen on the stage.
Native Land, Stop Eject 21 nov. 2008 › 15 mars 2009 “Raymond Depardon and I are both concerned with the… Read More