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Published 15/04/2024 - Born in France in 1921, Françoise Gilot was a remarkable artist whose expansive oeuvre bridged twentieth-century avant-garde and contemporary aesthetics.  After completing a degree in English literature in 1938 and briefly attending law school, Gilot began her formal artistic education. In 1941, she began studying with Hungarian painter Endre Rozsda and took classes at the Académie Julian. Two years later during her first gallery exhibition, Gilot met Pablo Picasso. The pair maintained a relationship from 1946 until 1953, during which they had two children, Claude and Paloma.

Black and white photograph of Gilot working at the Tanstone Group in LA, 1971. Image courtesy of The Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art.

Black and white photograph of Gilot working at the Tanstone Group in LA, 1971. Image courtesy of The Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art.

Around 1946, Gilot deserted oil paintings in favor of graphite, and occasionally gouache, on paper. Gilot's early drawings can be seen in the exhibition and range from portraits and still lifes to abstract works in which she explored formal and symbolic transformations obtainable from simple forms. Gilot began accompanying Picasso to Fernand Mourlot's Atelier in 1950, where she became the first woman to make lithographs in the acclaimed studio—Gilot continued printmaking with Mourlot for decades.

Françoise Gilot, White and Red Still Life. Pencil and gouache on paper, 1947
Françoise Gilot, White and Red Still Life. Pencil and gouache on paper, 1947.
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2024-03-16- Gagosian to Present the First Exhibition to Focus Exclusively on Jean-Michel Basquiat’s Time in Los Angeles
Reuniting Nearly Thirty Works Produced near Venice Beach between 1982 and 1984
Curated by Fred Hoffman with Larry Gagosian, Made on Market Street Opens in Beverly Hills on March 7, 2024
 
Jean-Michel Basquiat, Hollywood Africans, 1983, acrylic and oil stick on canvas, 84 1/8 × 84 inches (213.5 × 213.4 cm), Whitney Museum of American Art, New York © The Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat. Licensed by Artestar, New York. Photo: © Whitney Museum of American Art/Licensed by Scala/Art Resource, New York
 

Jean-Michel Basquiat, Hollywood Africans, 1983, acrylic and oil stick on canvas, 84 1/8 × 84 inches (213.5 × 213.4 cm),
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York © The Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat. Licensed by Artestar, New York. Photo:
© Whitney Museum of American Art/Licensed by Scala/Art Resource, New York

BEVERLY HILLS, February 6, 2024—Gagosian is pleased to announce Made on Market Street, the first exhibition focused exclusively on works that Jean-Michel Basquiat produced in Los Angeles. Curated by Fred Hoffman with Larry Gagosian, the exhibition will be on view from March 7 to June 1, 2024. With exhibition design by Stefan Beckman, Made on Market Street features loans from the Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat; Nicola Erni Collection, Steinhausen, Switzerland; the Broad Art Foundation, Los Angeles; Museum Brandhorst, Munich; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; and other public and private collections.
Between November 1982 and May 1984, Basquiat produced approximately a hundred paintings, numerous works on paper, and six silkscreen editions in Venice, California. For an artist closely affiliated with the New York art scene of the 1980s, Basquiat was extraordinarily prolific in Los Angeles

Made on Market Street reflects on this consequential era by bringing together nearly thirty works—several of which are among his most important paintings. Larry Gagosian notes, “Los Angeles has always been a great city for artists and Jean-Michel seemed to find it a refreshing change from New York. While the immensity of his talent was immediately apparent, it was nonetheless a highlight of my own career to work with him, to introduce him to Los Angeles, and to witness the amazing impact that his art and legacy have made on our culture.”

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C'est avec une immense joie que nous vous annonçons l'ouverture de notre galerie à Soho, à New York. Nous vous invitons dès a présent à venir nous rendre visite !
Du mardi au samedi 10h-19h - 85 Mercer St #87, New York, NY 10012, États-Unis - Téléphone : +1 917-621-7604 -  https://www.ameliemaisondart.com/fr/

With immense joy, we announce the opening of our gallery in Soho, New York.
We invite you to come and visit us!
Tuesday to Saturday 10am-7pm
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JAOUAD BENTAMA EXPOSITION DECHIRURES DE NEW YORK À PARIS

Du 27 au 30 mars 2024 - Le Molière - 40 rue de Richelieu, 75001 Paris

JAOUAD BENTAMA  -  https://www.jaouadbentama.com/  Video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlG_TwDoZjo

JAOUAD BENTAMA, peintre franco-américain d'origine marocaine vit et crée à New York depuis plus de 10 ans. Il intègre en 2017 en tant qu'artiste résident le centre "Mana Contemporary". A collaboré avec plusieurs collectifs d'artistes dans le Lower East Side et a présenté son travail dans de nombreux lieux culturels aux Etats Unis et en France (https://www.jaouadbentama.com/exhibitions).

Jouad BentamaJAOUAD BENTAMA, a French-American painter with Moroccan origin, has lived and created in New York for over 10 years. In 2017, he joined 'Mana Contemporary' as a resident artist. He has collaborated with several artist collectives in the Lower East Side and has presented his work in numerous cultural venues in the United States and France (https://www.jaouadbentama.com/exhibitions).

JAOUAD BENTAMA présente à Paris une trentaine d’œuvres autour du thème «DECHIRURES». Elles signent sa renaissance artistique après un accident qui l’a laissé pour mort.

JAOUAD BENTAMA presents about thirty works in Paris on the theme of «DECHIRURES».

They mark his artistic rebirth after an accident that left him for dead.

Ses «DECHIRURES» sont les stigmates d’une longue convalescence, une référence a ces pansements qu'on arrache, sans retirer la peine : "il y a des cicatrices qui ne se referment jamais et demeurent nos déchirures ". Les «DECHIRURES» sont une réflexion universelle sur la fragilité de la vie et le triomphe possible de l'espoir. (www.jaouadbentama.com)

His «DECHIRURES» are the scars of a long convalescence, a reference to those bandages that are torn off, without removing the pain: 'there are scars that never heal and remain our rips'. The 'DECHIRURES' are a universal reflection on the fragility of life and the possible triumph of hope. (www.jaouadbentama.com)

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Paul Delvaux Femme et  Squelette 1949 watercolour, pen, ink and wash on paper 56 x 74 cm

Paul Delvaux Femme et  Squelette 1949 watercolour, pen, ink and wash on paper 56 x 74 cm

PAUL DELVAUX EARLY WATERCOLOURS AND DRAWINGS FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION

Linda and Guy Pieters are pleased to invite you to the private view of the exhibition on Saturday 30 March from 4 PM until 6 PM

exhibition from 31 March until 13 May 2024

The Office at Guy Pieters Gallery : https://www.guypietersgallery.com/en/home

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Rosenberg & Co. is pleased to announce the opening of:
Marguerite Louppe
March 1–March 22, 2024
Rosenberg & Co. is pleased to present Marguerite Louppe, the third and final of our series of small-format exhibitions highlighting the work of three superlative artists from our collection. Previous exhibitions in the series featured seminal street photographer Fred Stein and notable Contemporary artist Aude Herlédan. Though undeniably distinct, these artists personify a dedication to pioneering forms of expression and meticulous consideration of composition. Through the examination of their seminal oeuvres we are able to investigate the shared artistic sensibilities that have traversed mediums to define art of the last century.
Marguerite Louppe, Téléphone, journal et vase. Oil on canvas
Marguerite Louppe, Téléphone, journal et vase. Oil on canvas.
Marguerite Louppe (1902–1988) was a French artist who synthesized Purism, Cubism, and Post-Impressionism in her paintings. She was born to a family of prominent engineers in the North of France and spent her childhood in Paris. Louppe attended a variety of art schools, including the Académie Julian, Académie de la Grande Chaumière, Académie Scandinave, and Académie André Lhote. In particular, the Académie Julian fostered a spirit of independence and radicality that became internalized in Louppe's work.
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 Du 7 mars au 13 avril 2024, la Galerie Bessaud présente « Museaux », une exposition collective explorant l'univers animal à travers le regard de sept artistes internationaux. Pour rendre cet hommage encore plus vivant, la Galerie Bessaud propose de venir accompagné de son animal de compagnie et de transformer l'exposition en un joyeux terrain d'aboiements ! Le samedi 16 mars, la Galerie Bessaud accueillera la « Paris Sausage Walk », célèbre marche de teckels. 10% de tous les profits réalisés pendant cette après-midi seront reversés à l'association « Teckels sans doux foyer ». 
La « Paris Sausage Walk » à la Galerie Bessaud Samedi 16 mars de 14h à 19h

La « Paris Sausage Walk » à la Galerie Bessaud Samedi 16 mars de 14h à 19h

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 Exploring Avedon’s Genius as a Maker of Icons, the Exhibition Opens January 22, 2024
Richard Avedon, Brigitte Bardot, hair by Alexandre, Paris, January 1959, gelatin silver print, 24 × 20 inches (61 × 50.8 cm) © The Richard Avedon Foundation

Richard Avedon, Brigitte Bardot, hair by Alexandre, Paris, January 1959,

gelatin silver print, 24 × 20 inches (61 × 50.8 cm) © The Richard Avedon Foundation

Photography for me has always been a sort of double-sided mirror. The one side reflecting my subject, the

other reflecting myself.

Richard Avedon

PARIS, January 15, 2024—Gagosian is pleased to announce Iconic Avedon: A Centennial Celebration of Richard Avedon, at the gallery on rue de Ponthieu, Paris, from January 22 to March 2, 2024. The exhibition marks the centenary of Avedon’s birth in May 1923. Often attributed to his photographs, the word iconic applies equally to their maker, and is used here to illuminate his exceptional influence on culture today.

Soon after establishing his New York studio in the mid-1940s, Avedon developed an inventive, sophisticated, and instantly recognizable style. As a staff photographer for Harper’s Bazaar (1944–65), and later Vogue (1966–88), he produced many of the publications’ quintessential images. As Avedon’s reputation grew, the defining figures of the twentieth century—performers, writers, artists, intellectuals, and other notables—were drawn to see themselves through his lens. Avedon produced images that became synonymous with the legends of his sitters. Featuring his photographs of subjects both renowned and obscure, the exhibition highlights the innovative role Avedon played as a creator of icons.

Avedon’s most incisive portraits manifest his uncanny ability to elicit the singular vitality of his sitters, inscribing their charged essences—even those of the already famous—in decisive frames extracted from the larger arc of living history. His portrayals of Marian Anderson (1955), Marilyn Monroe (1957), Bob Dylan (1965), and the Beatles (1967) are as indelible as they are timeless. “It’s not the way

I ,” Harold Brodkey remarked about his portrait by Avedon, “but the way I .” With an unerring eye, impeccable timing, and a prescient sensibility, Avedon vaulted the models Dovima (1955), China Machado (1958), and Penelope Tree (1967) to the pinnacle of their profession. He also recorded incomparable images of Charlie Chaplin (1952),

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Galerie AB Le mois du dessin à Paris Exposition de 1880 à nos jours
 Galerie AB Le mois du dessin à Paris Exposition de 1880 à nos jours

À l'occasion du mois du dessin à Paris, Agnès Aittouares vous invite à deux expositions d'œuvres sur papier d'une sélection de grands artistes du XIXe siècle à nos jours.

De 1880 à 1950 Espace Paris IX au cœur du Quartier Drouot 

De 1950 à nos jours Espace Paris VI dans le Quartier Saint-Germain-des-Prés

S'offrir une œuvre sur papier permet non seulement d'acquérir le chef-d'œuvre d'un grand maître, alors que sa peinture devient inabordable, mais également pénétrer au cœur de son intimité. Le dessin était à l'origine le plus souvent gardé à l'atelier, véritable architecture de l'œuvre créatrice. Dès le début du XXe siècle, l'art moderne en privilégiant les matières et les techniques en a fait un art à part entière. 

Le long de ce parcours chronologique vous découvrirez la sensibilité de ces artistes qui par le dessin nous révèlent un geste créatif touchant les courants majeurs de l'art moderne, comme le symbolisme de Félicien Rops, l'intimisme de Pierre Bonnard et d'Édouard Vuillard, le cubisme de Georges Valmier, le surréalisme de Salvador Dalí, l'abstraction lyrique de Hans Hartung ou encore l'expressionnisme abstrait de Sam Francis.

Ces deux expositions sont en partenariat avec le QAD (Quartier Art Drouot) et le Jeudi des Beaux-Arts.
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© Eaton Real Estate CorporationAprès Saint-Étienne, Paris, Lyon, Luxembourg, New-York, Genève et le Domaine de Panéry près d’Uzès, la galerie Ceysson & Bénétière est heureuse d’annoncer l’ouverture d’un 8e espace à Tokyo, sa première implantation en Asie. Ce nouveau lieu de 325 m², situé au 8e étage de la tour Cura Ginza, dans le quartier de Ginza, sera dirigé par Leslie You. La conception de ce nouvel espace sera confiée à l’architecte et designer Sophie Dries.

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On January 24, 2024, Opera Gallery London presented “Three Days in Dakar: A Dialogue with Ron Arad” moderated by Opera Gallery CEO Isabelle de La Bruyère featuring Ron Arad in conversation with Simon de Pury & Rolf Sachs. The panelists discussed Arad’s collaboration with Senegalese artisans–from metal workers to weavers–in Dakar, and how this journey impacted Arad’s creative practice and led him to create reworked versions of iconic pieces (such as his well-known 'The Big Easy’ armchair) using raw materials sourced in Dakar. Arad’s presentation also features a large-scale bookshelf piece titled ‘America Made in Africa’, ‘Salam Sofa’ and ‘Don’t Ya Tell Henri’ – all handcrafted using the metal from oil drums.

Opera Gallery opened their new gallery in the heart of London's historic Mayfair neighbourhood, at 65-66 New Bond Street on November 23, 2023. Ron Arad (British, b. Israel 1951) is acclaimed for his aesthetic and conceptual explorations of form, structure, and technology through the diverse nature of his work’s materiality and categorizations, from industrial design to sculpture to mixed media installations and beyond. The first major retrospective of his work titled ‘No Discipline,’ debuted in 2008 at the Pompidou Centre in Paris followed by the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 2009. In 2013 he was elected to the Royal Academy of Arts in London.

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 Image : © Barthélémy Toguo / Courtesy Galerie Lelong & Co. & Bandjoun Station

Villa Swagatam, India Art Fair, 2024.

Barthélémy Toguo India Art Fair du 1er - 4 février 2024  - New Delhi, Inde  -  Villa Swagatam

A l'occasion de l'India Art Fair, l'Institut Français en Inde – dans le cadre du lancement de son programme de résidences Villa Swagatam qui encourage notamment les échanges entre artistes français et les métiers d'art indiens – , la Basu Foundation et la Galerie Lelong & Co. Paris New York présentent l'installation "Water Matters", fruit d'une collaboration inédite entre l'artiste franco-camerounais Barthélémy Toguo, la directrice de création Karishma Swali et les artisans de son école de broderie, la Chanakya School of Craft, basée à Mumbai.

Image : © Barthélémy Toguo / Courtesy Galerie Lelong & Co. & Bandjoun Station

Villa Swagatam, India Art Fair, 2024.

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