Yves Klein at Blenheim Palace is a solo exhibition by the visionary French artist, presented in collaboration with the Yves Klein Estate which coincides with what would have been the artist’s ninetieth birthday year.
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I did however spend an unsurprising amount of time in Mayfair as S2 opened the third and final component of Signals Reimagined, Levy Gorvy was irresistible in presenting two of my favourite artists in dialogue and Artangel took over Cork Street’s construction site for an incredible fund raising auction.
Blenheim Art Foundation is to present Yves Klein at Blenheim Palace, a solo exhibition by the visionary French artist, the exhibition, which is presented in collaboration with the Yves Klein Estate, coincides with what would have been the artist’s ninetieth birthday year.
Giacometti, Klein, performance, homosexuality, explosive painting and early photography
“After the fascinating experience of working with Damien Hirst for our exhibition Self, in October 2014, I approached Damien again to see if he would consider another collaboration to coincide with Frieze this year” says Pilar Ordovas. “We embarked on a series of conversations, from which Damien conceived the idea of an exhibition, curated by Ordovas gallery, on the theme of the sea.”
The new gallery at 550 West 21st Street comprises over 6,000 square feet, occupying an entire freestanding building, designed by Selldorf Architects
Skarstedt Gallery has announced that it will open its new Chelsea location on May 8 during Frieze week. New York-based firm Selldorf Architects is designing the 6,000-square-foot space at 550 West 21st street, which was previously the home of Haunch of Venison.
Following on from the success of last year’s ‘The House of the Nobleman’ art exhibition, curator Victoria presents ‘The Return’ viewing until 23rd October 2011 at Boswall House, a magnificent 15,000sqft Grade I listed Regency mansion at 2 Cornwall Terrace.
Peter Doig, Damien Hirst, Lucien Freud, Whitney McVeigh, Claude Monet, Takashi Murakami, and lots more ……..
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Group Show Talking of Yves Friendships and connections in Paris, New York & London at England+Co Private View Tuesday 29th June 2010
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