Archives for posts tagged ‘paris’

Nick Darmstaedter

  Nick Darmstaedter Work from “Fuddruckers” at Bugada & Cargnel, Paris. “For his second exhibition at Bugada & Cargnel gallery, Nick Darmstaedter (born in 1988 in Los Angeles, lives and works in New York) takes a look at the ultra-contemporary aspect of electronic spamming through a new series of oil and silkscreen paintings. The exhibition explores […]

Zelda Zonk

Work from “Zelda Zonk” at Preface Gallery, Paris. “Zelda Zonk has escaped her primary identity. She has always refused to stick to a single self, contented to be chameleon-like. She wanted to be mobile, to hide and succumb to the joys of masks, disguise and role-play. 2 An exhibition of fictional artists.” - Timothée Chaillou/Preface Gallery

Niels Trannois

Niels Trannois Work from B (hands in a chinese cookie jar) at Valentin. “Niels Trannois’s paintings can be understood as fragments of the fictional scenario of what could happen if reality were to absent itself, no doubt the submerged side of a world in abeyance overrun by figurative resurgences, ready to hide away or be […]

Ryan Gander

  Ryan Gander Work from “Make Every Show Like It’s Your Last” at Frac île-de-France / Le Plateau “The FRAC Ile-de-France/Le Plateau is presenting Make Every Show Like It’s Your Last, the first solo exhibition of the British artist Ryan Gander in a Paris institution. Making the most of an extremely effusive imagination, Ryan Gander does his […]

Loup Sarion

Loup Sarion  “The artist soaked rags simple in resin in order to freeze the time. The use of basic household items highlight the concept of life domestic in contemporary art and refers to the artistic theme of the readymade Duchamp.” – Backlash Gallery

André Kertész

Andre Kertesz From top to bottom: Mondrian’s Glasses and Pipe, Paris (1926), New York. Central Park Boat Basin (1944), Paris (1929), January 1, Martinique (1972) “Known for his extended study of Washington Square Park and his distorted nudes of the 1930s, Andre Kertesz was a quiet but important influence on the coming of age of photojournalism and the art of photography. For more […]

Art of Living (i.e. : Goodbye, Blue Monday)

Art of Living (i.e. : Goodbye, Blue Monday) at Galerie Valentin, Paris Featuring Lupo Borgonovo, Luca Francesconi, Sonia Kacem, Emanuele Marcuccio, Katja Novitskova, Timur Si-Qin, Anicka Yi  “This exhibition is an adaptation. Or rather, this exhibition is a pretext. A pretext for talking about other things, and when we speak of “things,” we mean all the objects […]

Camille Henrot

Camille Henrot Work from The Encyclopedic Palace. “Camille Henrot’s delicately layered works in sculpture, film, and photography chart the intersections between disparate visual cultures with an anthropologist’s eye. For Coupé/Décalé (2010), Henrot filmed a tribal rite of passage in the South Pacific island of Pentecost in which young men dive off high platforms in the jungle […]

Taylor Holland

Taylor Holland Work from Vector Fields. “Animations of sports fields created with Adobe Illustrator and pirated screen-capture software. The speed of play is relative to the ability of my MacBook to process the effect in real time. Presented in two full counterclockwise rotations.” – Taylor Holland

Matt Calderwood

Matt Calderwood Work from MC NR50 @ Grey Area Mutiples. “Matt Calderwood has produced a new multiple with Grey Area made entirely of cast natural rubber. There are 6 identical rubber shapes in a set which can be organised and placed into infinite intriguing arrangements. The unique geometry of the 6 pieces allows us to […]