Dynamo: A Center of Light and Motion in Art, 1913-2013
Grand Palais, Paris, France
April 10 - July 22, 2013
Dynamo: A Center of Light and Motion in Art, 1913-2013
Dynamo: A Center of Light and Motion in Art, 1913-2013
Grand Palais, Paris, France
April 10 - July 22, 2013
A group exhibition by AC4CA Editions.
This will be Kelly’s first show of paintings in Paris in 20 years, since his 1992 exhibition at the Galeries Nationales du Jeu de Paume which surveyed the early works he made while living in Paris from 1948-54.
Heimo Zobernig, Untitled, 2011 Acrylic on canvas 78 x 78 inches January 21 – March 3, 2012 Two spaces for an exhibition, one expects for an intervention playing on both spaces simultaneously, even a re-duplication. Heimo Zobernig is usually keen on working on the question of the double: the double of the artist, the double of the space, or the double of the piece whether it is with mirrors, in the video Heimo Zobernig explains […]
Gagosian Gallery is pleased to present “Drawings,” an exhibition introducing two new series of work by Richard Serra, July and Rifts. This is his first major drawing exhibition in Paris since 1995.
On view at Columna 01, a satellite of the Lyon Biennial, are works by Tilman.
The works in this exhibition have spent much of their life in my studio drawers. Over periods of time they are pulled out and unpacked to see what dialogue I may still have and the conversation I haven’t yet had with them.
Installation view. Works by Joseph Kosuth, Guillaume Leblon, and François Morellet. March 17 – July 9, 2011 The title of this project ‘STRATES ET ARTS, autour de Francois Morellet’ refers to a palindrome created by Francois Morellet in 1999. It takes place at the gallery simultaneously to the current retrospective exhibition, ‘Francois Morellet, Réinstallations’ (March 2 – July 4), to be held at the Centre Pompidou in Paris. The Galerie Hervé Bize, which has a […]
Tags: Alan Charlton, Bernard Piffaretti, Blinky Palermo, Chuck Nanney, Claude Closky, Daniel Dezeuze, France, Francois Morellet, Franz Erhard Walther, Günther Főrg, Guillaume Leblon, Helmut Federle, Hervé Bize Galerie, Joseph Kosuth, Olivier Mosset, Silvia Bächli, Stephane Dafflon, Vera Molnar, Yann Sérandour
Installation view. Work by Karen Schifano. June 30 – July 30, 2011 Three artists working out of the understanding that the painting is an object rather than an image carrier: Alexandra Kennedy (nz), Mario Kolaric (hr), and Karen Schifano (us) will captivate us with their subtle objective plays.
Lisa Oppenheim and Ana Cardoso, Untitled, 2011 Unique color photogram 14 x 11 inches July 2 – September 4, 2011 We are pleased to announce YIN YANG MUSIC, our sixth summer NOS exhibition and residency program curated by artist Amy Granat. Artists included: Richard Aldrich, Amy Granat & Stefan Tcherepnin Ann Craven & Peter Halley Jacob Kassay & Dan Graham Ana Cardoso & Lisa Oppenheim David J. Merritt Carlos Reyes G. William Webb Elliott Wright […]
Installation view with work by Andre Leocat. April 16 – June 11, 2011 Participating Artists: Götz Arndt, Samuel Beckett, André Léocat, Chris Martin, Benoît-Marie Moriceau, Barbara Steppe, Esther Stocker
John Storrs, Abstract Forms No. 1, 1917-1919 Granite and marble Collection of the Newark Museum of Art, NJ April 12 – July 9, 2011 John Storrs: Machine-Age Modernist is the first major museum exhibition of work by this important American sculptor in 25 years. Opening at New York University’s Grey Art Gallery on April 12, the show features most of the known works—some 40 items including sculptures, paintings, and drawings―from Storrs’s most innovative period, from […]
Tags: Alexander Calder, Arthur Bock, Auguste Rodin, Buckminster Fuller, Charles Demuth, Constantin Brancusi, Debra Bricker Balken, Fernand Leger, France, Francis Picabia, Frank Lloyd Wright, Georges Braque, Grey Art Gallery, Illinois, Jacques Lipchitz, John Storrs, Joseph Stella, Katherine Dreier, Louis Sullivan, Lynn Gumpert, Man Ray, Marcel Duchamp, Marsden Hartley, Morton Schamberg, New York University, Pablo Picasso, Societe Anonyme
Facade by Jan van der Ploeg Each year, the Passerelle Contemporary Art Center in Brest, France selects an artist to realize a project using the facade of its building. This year, Jan van der Ploeg has created a monumental work that aligns itself with geometric abstraction while exploring the optical effects of color. The mural will be on view until August.
Tilman, House of Colours I March 5 – April 1, 2011 At first sight we detect in Tilman’s works a language shaped and haunted by the ghosts of minimalism and concrete art. But we are soon overwhelmed by a multitude of information giving us the opportunity to read the various components of this oeuvre from a personal angle. The works emanate from a careful approach to subjects other than art-inherent; they refuse to dominate the […]
Installation view February 14 – April 5, 2011 Artists include: Pam Aitken (au) Christoph Dahlhausen (de) Caroline de Lannoy (be/uk) Matthew Deleget (us) Daniel Göttin (ch) Billy Gruner (au) Brent Hallard (jp/us) Clemens Hollerer (a) Andrew Huston (us) Sarah Keighery (au) Roland Orépük (fr) Charles Payan (fr) Jacek Przybyszewski (pl/fr) Paul Raguenes (fr) Giles Ryder (au) Sato Satoru (jp/fr) Karen Schifano (us) Bogumila Stroja (pl/fr) Tilman (de) Richard van der Aa (nz/fr) Jan van der […]
Tags: Andrew Huston, Billy Gruner, Bogumila Stroja, Brent Hallard, Caroline de Lannoy, Charles Payan, Christoph Dahlhausen, Clemens Hollerer, Daniel Göttin, France, Giles Ryder, Guido Winkler, Henriëtte van 't Hoog, Jacek Przybyszewski, Jan van der Ploeg, Karen Schifano, Matthew Deleget, Moulins de Villancourt, Pam Aitken, Paul Raguenes, Richard van der Aa, Roland Orepuk, Sarah Keighery, Sato Satoru, Tilman
February 5 - March 12, 2011
MINUS SPACE is delighted to announce the exhibition Kyle Jenkins: Sunken Treasure. This is the Australian artist’s first solo exhibition in the United States and it will feature a new site-specific painting installation.
Tags: Australia, Belgium, Bloodspots, Buttons and Zippers, CBD Gallery, Denmark, Esbjerg Museum, France, Germany, i.e. gallery, Kyle Jenkins, MOP Projects, New Zealand, Non-Objective Toowoomba, Norway, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Phong Bui, Project 11, Qantas, SPHERE press, Suicide Swans, Switzerland, Sydney Non Objective, The Netherlands, Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery, United Kingdom, University of Southern Queensland, University of Sydney
Installation view. January 8 – February 12, 2011 I am delighted to announce Claude Rutault’s first personal exhibition from January 8 to February 12 in my gallery. The exhibition will bring together 23 works in 10 rooms in the gallery. Historical works from the 1970s in particular (definition-method 208c painting, depainting, repainting and definition/method 98 : to be continued), and nine new works will be presented for the occasion. It is a new stage in […]
John Adair, installation view Black light & UV sensitive paint Through December 18, 2010
Bertrand Lavier, Ifafa V (Stella), 2008 Neon tubes 75 1/2 x 137 x 6 1/2 inches November 13 – December 23, 2010 Yvon Lambert is pleased to announce Bertrand Lavier’s fourth solo exhibition with the gallery, his first exhibition at Yvon Lambert New York. The exhibition will open with a reception for the artist on November 23 from 6-8pm and will be on view until December 23, 2010. The internationally acclaimed artist is featured in […]
Piet Mondrian, Composition en rouge, bleu et blanc II, 1937 Mondrian / Holtzman trust. Collection Centre Pompidou, RMN December 1, 2010 – March 21, 2011 A new exhibition studies the interwoven progress of the artistic movement De Stijl and Piet Mondrian, its leading figure. This important retrospective is the very first in France to shed light on this key moment in the history of 20th century art. Beginning towards the end of the century’s first […]
October 23 - December 4, 2010
MINUS SPACE is honored to announce the solo exhibition Robert Swain: Primary Research. This is the artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery and it will focus on his life-long investigation into color sensation.
Tags: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, American Republic Insurance Company, Brazil, City University of New York, College Art Association, Colombia, Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Denver Art Museum, Detroit Institute of Art, Eugene Goossen, Everson Art Museum, France, Gabriele Evertz, Grand Palais, Guatemala, Harris Bank, Hunter College, IBM, John Baldwin, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, Johnson & Johnson, Karl Knaths, Kunsthaus Zurich, Kynaston McShine, Marcia Tucker, Massachusetts, Matthew Deleget, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Mexico, Milwaukee Art Museum, Museum of Modern Art, National Endowment for the Arts, New York State Council on the Arts, Nicaragua, Pan-American Highway, Park Place Gallery, Robert Swain, Schering Laboratories, Spain, Switzerland, Tate Gallery, Texas, The American University, Tony Smith, Travenol Laboratories, Tupperware World Headquarters, United Kingdom, University of Buffalo, University of Madrid, Venezuela, Virginia, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Walker Art Center, Washington DC, Whitney Museum of American Art, William Agee
Installation view thru October 23, 2010 “I’ve chosen artists’ work that I feel share something of a fetish with/in the production/object, particularly based on an aesthetic predisposition that can run formally, culturally, adding the social/personal. How I personally interpret this is with a Tokyo sensibility, how Japanese respond to objects and their placement, their positioned sense of worth, a cuteness, an austere vs. touch. The exhibition consists of individual pieces, multiples, or artists books, which may sit on the […]
Tags: Brent Hallard, Cecilia Vissers, Clary Stolte, Don Voisine, France, Hadi Tabatabai, Henriëtte van 't Hoog, IS Projects, Japan, Jessica Snow, Karen Schifano, Kasarian Dane, Linn Meyers, Lynne Harlow, Mel Prest, Nancy White, ParisCONCRET, Patricia Zarate, Shinsuke Aso
Peter Soriano, Other Side #81 (AMDI), 2010 Steel Cable, aluminum pipe, and spray paint Dimensions variable September 24 – Saturday, November 6, 2010 I am drawn to that polarity between movement and stasis. I think I needed to rid myself of making forms to get closer to this situation between the spatial and the planar, the sculptural and the drawn, between the decision and the doubt. I am looking for a transparency between thought and […]
Works by Ahn Hyun-Ju, Eric Knoote, Wilma Vissers September 4-25, 2010
Henri Matisse painting Bathers by a River, May 13, 1913 Photograph by Alvin Langdon Coburn Courtesy of George Eastman House, International Museum of Photography and Film, Rochester July 18 – October 11, 2010 In the time between Henri Matisse’s (1869–1954) return from Morocco in 1913 and his departure for Nice in 1917, the artist produced some of the most demanding, experimental, and enigmatic works of his career—paintings that are abstracted and rigorously purged of descriptive […]
Installation view July 11 – September 12, 2010 Non-Objectif Sud (NOS) is pleased to present its fifth exhibition and residency program with le beau le bien le vrai, an exhibition curated and organized by Tilman and Petra Bungert of CCNOA (Center for Contemporary Non-Objective Art, Brussels, Belgium). Participating Artists: Massimiliano Baldassarri (IT/CH) Francisco da Mata (PT/CH) Camila Oliveira Fairclough (BR/UK) Sacha Goerg (CH/BE) Alexandra Guillot (FR) Colombe Marcasiano (FR) Guillaume Millet (FR) Roland Orépük (CH) […]
Tags: Alexandra Guillot, Andrew Huston, Benjamin Rivière, Camila Oliveira Fairclough, CCNOA, Cedric Teisseire, Colombe Marcasiano, Damien Sorrentino, Emmanuel Van der Meulen, France, Francisco Da Mata, Guillaume Millet, Ingrid Maria Sinibaldi, Karole Vail, Massimiliano Baldassarri, Non Objectif Sud, Petra Bungert, Roland Orepuk, Sacha Goerg, Tilman, Wilson Trouve
Connie Goldman, Jason Hoelscher & Vitor Mejuto (l to r) June 26 – July 24, 2010
June 26 - July 31, 2010
MINUS SPACE is delighted to present the first installment of the Brussels, Belgium-based Center for Contemporary Non-Objective Art's (CCNOA) most recent initiative 30/30 – Image Archive Project (IAP).
Tags: 30/30 - Image Archive Project, Andrew Huston, Atsuo Hukuda, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Camila Oliveira Fairclough, CCNOA, Clemens Hollerer, Delphine Deguislage, Emmanuel Van der Meulen, France, Germany, Ingrid Maria Sinibaldi, Jan Maarten Voskuil, Japan, Lars Wolter, The Netherlands, Tilman, United Kingdom
Yves Klein, Untitled Anthropometry, 1960 Hirshhorn Collection May 20 – September 12, 2010 One of the last century’s most influential artists, Yves Klein (French, b. Nice, 1928; d. Paris, 1962) took the European art scene by storm in a prolific career that lasted only from 1954 to 1962, when he suffered a heart attack at the age of 34. Yves Klein: With the Void, Full Powers is the first major retrospective of the artist’s work […]
Carmen Herrera, Black and Yellow, 2009 Acrylic on canvas, diptych, 72 x 72 inches April 30 – June 26, 2010 Frederico Sève Gallery/latincollector proudly announces Carmen Herrera: Recent Works. For this show, Carmen Herrera has created 7 new works that convey the expression of space like never before. Through elegance and economy Herrera once again stakes out new frontiers. In this new suite of paintings Carmen Herrera is still breaking new ground. Drawing on her recurrent themes […]
Work by Jesus Rafael Soto May 8 – June 19, 2010 Participating Artists: Mario Ballocco, Julije Knifer, Marco Maggi, Francois Morellet, Olivier Mosset, Jesus Rafael Soto After World War II, many artists turned to geometric abstraction as a springboard for experimentation, leaving behind figurative art. Some said that was the death of painting. I prefer thinking of it as a new start. I was first introduced to geometric abstract art when instructed by Serge Lemoine at lʼEcole du […]
May 8 - June 12, 2010
MINUS SPACE is delighted to announce the exhibition Hartmut Böhm: Graphic Systems, Prints 1965-1975. This is the Berlin-based artist’s first solo exhibition in New York City and it will feature ten silkscreen prints produced between 1965 and 1975.
Installation view of NOS 2009 Work by John Finneran (left) & Linda Francis (back wall) Tuesday, April 13, 2010 Daytime Preview: 10am – 5pm Evening Sale & Cocktails: 6-8pm Robert Goff Gallery 537 B West 23rd Street NYC Tickets Advance Purchase: $25 Door Price: $30 NOS Patron: $50 (includes acknowledgment in the 2010 catalog) Featuring the work of more than 80 international artist. All sales benefit NOS’s 2010 exhibition. For further information, please see www.nonobjectifsud.org. […]
March 30 – May 29, 2010 The Mayor Gallery is hosting an exhibition of works by Argentinean born artist Luis Tomasello, with his first solo exhibition in the UK. Tomasello, a leading representative of Latin American Kinetic art, worked extensively in Paris from the late 1950s onwards exhibiting with Galerie Denise René, alongside Victor Vasarely and Jesús Rafael Soto. Born in La Plata in 1915, Tomasello studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires, […]
Paul Pagk, Red insertion, 2009 Oil on linen, 193 x 188 cm March 13 – April 17, 2010
George Rickey, Diptych – The Seasons, 1956 Stainless steel and polychrome February 18 – March 20, 2010 Marlborough Gallery announces that a major exhibition of works by George Rickey will open at Marlborough Chelsea, 545 West 25th Street, on February 18 and continue through March 20, 2010. Twenty-four important indoor and outdoor works from Rickey’s personal collection and now held by the George Rickey Estate will be exhibited in the first floor gallery. George Rickey […]
Tags: Académie L’hôte, Académie Moderne, Alexandra Anderson-Spivy, Amedee Ozenfant, American Academy of Arts and Letters, California, Chicago Institute of Design, Documenta, Fernand Leger, France, George Rickey, Germany, Indiana, Indiana University, Japan, Marlborough Gallery, Museum of Modern Art, National Institute of Arts and Letters, Oxford University, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, Scotland
Installation view March 4 – May 1, 2010 One might think it easier to photographically reproduce a recent monochromatic painting by John Griefen than a 50’s painting by Ad Reinhardt, as the acrylic paint on a Griefen is textured and thick in contrast to Reinhardt’s matte application. But both Reinhardt and Griefen defy reproduction, and that is just one of the things they have in common. Both demand that the viewer powerfully and authentically engage […]
Installation by Roland Orepuk thru February 27, 2010
Cecilia Vissers, Goath, 2010 Aluminum, 84 x 77 x 1 cm, each Photo by Peter Cox January 9-30, 2010
Installation view November 28 – December 19, 2009 C, an installation by Bergman at ParisCONCRET, configures the chemical symbol for carbon using an innovative architectural product called ‘softwall’ by Molo Design to make a translucent white curve of vertical pleats. C, in its reductive simplicity, aims to place the viewer “in an indeterminate, luminous space, in attentive contemplation” experiencing the light and space of symbolic carbon. With this project Bergman references Agnes Martin’s “To the […]