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EXPO // EVA JOSPIN - TROMPER L'OEIL // GALLERIA CONTINUA // PARIS
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EXHIBITION // ILSE D'HOLLANDER - THE COLOR OF SHADOWS // SEAN KELLY // NEW YORK
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Sean Kelly is delighted to announce The Color of Shadows, the fifth solo exhibition of Ilse D’Hollander with the gallery. Spanning the latter half of her career, the exhibition includes a selection of oil paintings from the artist’s estate, including To Goethe, 1991, one of only three known serial bodies of work made by the artist. This exquisite curation of intimate paintings emphasizes the harmonious and transformative essence of D’Hollander’s oeuvre — qualities inherent to the processes found in nature that influenced her approach as a painter.

EXHIBITION // JR - DANS LA LUMIERE // PERROTIN // PARIS
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The gallery Perrotin is delighted to present Dans La Lumière, JR's fourth exhibition at Perrotin Paris and his thirteenth with Perrotin.The exhibition presents a series of recent artworks inspired by the CHIROPTERA project - a unique ballet performance devised by JR, Damien Jalet, and Thomas Bangalter - created specially for the Opéra de Paris in November 2023.

EXHIBITION // TOM WESSELMANN - MONICA WITH WESSELMANN // ALMINE RECH // PARIS
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Almine Rech Paris, Matignon is pleased to present Monica with Wesselmann, Tom Wesselmann's fifth solo exhibition with the gallery, organized in conjunction with the Estate of Tom Wesselmann. The show will be on view from June 7 to July 20, 2024.

EXHIBITION // JOAN JONAS - GOOD NIGHT GOOD MORNING // MOMA // NEW YORK
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“I didn’t see a major difference between a poem, a sculpture, a film, or a dance,” Joan Jonas has said. For more than five decades, Jonas’s multidisciplinary work has bridged and redefined boundaries between performance, video, drawing, sculpture, and installation. The most comprehensive retrospective of the artist’s work in the United States, Joan Jonas: Good Night Good Morning traces the full breadth of her career, from works that explore the encounter between performance and technology to recent installations about ecology and the landscape.

EXHIBITION // SYLVIE SELIG - RIVER OF NO RETURN // MAC LYON
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The macLYON is proud to host the first museum exhibition of artist Sylvie Selig, discovered at the age of eighty-one during her participation in the 16th Lyon Biennale, in 2022. Over an entire floor, the exhibition at the macLYON will be built around River of no Return, the immense canvas measuring 140 metres which the macLYON would like to purchase with the support of a crowdfunding campaign on KissKissBankBank, due to be launched mid-October 2023. This is a dual event: the first ever public presentation of this monumental work, and the first time that Sylvie Selig will see it in its entirety.

EXPO // WE ARE HERE - ART URBAIN // PETIT PALAIS // PARIS
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EXPO // DERNIERS JOURS // BRUCE CLARKE - VIES D'APRES // CAMP DES MILLES
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EXHIBITION // MATTHEW BARNEY - SECONDARY // FONDATION CARTIER // PARIS
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The Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain presents the first institutional exhibition of Matthew Barney in France in over 10 years. Visitors will have the opportunity to discover the latest video installation by the American artist titled SECONDARY, alongside works specially created for the occasion. To accompany the exhibition, the Fondation Cartier also offers an exceptional program of events and performances.

EXHIBITION // INES LONGEVIAL - LES SILENCES DU DESIR // ALMINE RECH // SHANGHAI
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Almine Rech Shanghai is pleased to announce Inès Longevial's second solo exhibition with the gallery, on view from May 31 to July 6, 2024. Inès Longevial gives life to a giant, a brute yet fragile force, evoking a repressed desire that is expressed through every stroke of paint. The lines of Cécile Coulon’s poem “My Strength” echo here: “My strength smothers / Those who prevent it / From moving forward,” depicting an internal struggle that is felt in the palpable vigor and energy of the painter’s work. Faced with absurdity, she confronts herself: “My force has no meaning / it has never stopped struggling,” but discovers in her introspection a growing confidence that is in harmony with the world around her: “My strength is having understood the beauty of the mountains.”