Selected group exhibition
- Strange Days, FRAC Île-de-France, Le Plateau, Paris, France, until April 16, 2017
The initiative marks the first attempt to turn Picasso's former studio into a contemporary art venue.
Michael Werner Gallery at miart
Presenting an exhibition of works by Francis Picabia
31 March - 2 April 2017
The French artist Kader Attia—who’s had a tremendous year, in which he won the Marcel Duchamp Prize and launched his own art space in Paris—is finishing 2016 on a less positive note
The sale of astronaut Edgar Mitchell’s Vacheron Constantin in New York on 6 December is an out-of-this-world opportunity to acquire a link with human destiny itself
First edition, Continental issue (three-line imprint), bound in full inlaid morocco for presentation by the publisher/bookseller Samuel Smith.
‘This object is 2,500 years old — preserved miraculously by the Egyptian desert,’ reveals specialist Laetitia Delaloye, discussing a beautiful cast offered in The Resandro Collection on 6 December, adorned, unexpectedly, with a pair of golden earrings.
The gun at the heart of what has become known as the L’Affaire de Bruxelles is to be auctioned at Christie’s Paris on 30 November. For specialist Isabelle de Conihout, it is ‘more than a weapon’, symbolising the intense, alcohol-fuelled relationship that nevertheless resulted in some of the ‘most ..
Haegue Yang's talk with Nicolas Liucci-Goutnikov will address the installation Lingering Nous presented at the Centre Pompidou as well as the content of the book,namely twenty major blind installations over the past 10 years.
KP Brehmer is the starting point for a booth filled with representations of landscape. The late German painter’s mixed-media work is contextualized by surprising pieces like Trisha Baga’s screen and table assemblage of a lenticular deer, and a stunning 1981 painting of a rose by Anselm Kiefer.
Arcade rightfully devoted its entire booth to London-based artist Caroline Achaintre, who has shown at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Tate Britain, and the Castello di Rivoli.
Ghebaly’s booth is a strong three-person, multi-generational display of Los Angeles artists. The works on view largely play with ideas of materiality and the body.
Arte Povera is in the air these days, with major shows from Pistoletto and Penone happening with increasing regularity.
Guan Xiao’s huge sculptures nearly spilled out of Berlin gallery Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler’s booth.
This booth, from the Paris-based Galerie Christophe Gaillard, was devoted entirely to an exquisite collection of works from the late Japanese artist Tetsumi Kudo. Kudo’s fascination with the intersection between technology, ecology, sexuality, and humanity is well-represented.
If you want to know what Japanese artist Yoshitomo Nara has been up to in recent years, this booth is the answer to your dreams.
Galerie Perrotin has gone all out with a booth curated by Elmgreen & Dragset (taking a break from preparations for the next Istanbul Biennial).