Terencio Gonzalez – Galerie Jérôme Pauchant – Paris

Chroniques d’un été «Are you happy?» During the summer of 1960, Edgar Morin and Jean Rouch make the film Chronique d’un été (Chronicle of a Summer), in which they ask this question to passers-by, family members… An unprecedented statement of France in the 60’s but also a work in progress about happiness, the frivolity of…

Cécile Bart – Galerie Valentin – Paris

Blind Paintings From May 18th to July 1st, Cécile Bart is presenting several new works in the project room at Valentin gallery in Paris; two screens/collages, one opaque and one mixed. The opaque paintings/screens are created by superimposing two spalter brushstrokes, the first a light colour, the second a dark colour, without any wiping to…

Kate Steciw – GALERIE CHRISTOPHE GAILLARD – Paris

Since the late 2000s, Kate Steciw’s reconsideration of the materiality, mutability, and temporality of image culture – the terms of which are set beyond the confines of art – has been at the forefront of radical creative practice. Her sculptural encounters with the photographic embody the subjective possibilities of our contemporary image environment at large…

Another Man’s Treasure – Edward Ressle – NY

Eda Ozdoyuran, a New York based independent curator, references both her Swiss and Turkish backgrounds in developing perspectives that play with dualities. She focuses on creating platforms that explore hybridity in the production and display of art. Her latest curated show at Edward Ressle, “ANOTHER MAN’S TREASURE,” is a thematic exhibition that draws on the idiom ‘One man’s…

Infinite Possibility of Existence – A. Boetti

And so we come to the end of the evening, everyone will make judgements, the works will be sent off in their boxes and returned to warehouses full of history or towards energetic emerging artists.   Many works will go towards new collectors but everything will go in directions that are difficult to define. The…

Intrigue: James Ensor by Luc Tuymans – Royal Academy of Art, London

Intrigue, the exhibition of James Ensor (1860-1949) at London’s Royal Academy (through January 2017), does as promised by its captivating title borrowed from the homonymous seminal painting of 1890. Put together by the Belgian painter Luc Tuymans, not new to important curatorial efforts, the project is neither a canonical retrospective nor an artist-curated, past/present dialogue…