Danielle Gottesman – Elevations @ 90 Morton, New York

New York-based artist Danielle Gottesman has transformed a New York construction site into her latest site-specific exhibition, Elevations. Gottesman’s sculptural work is housed within a clandestine space of 90 Morton, a former publishing house that is being transformed into a high-end residential building. The artist’s series of large wooden sculptures were inspired by the architectural…

Louise Bourgeois – Pink Days @ Gordon Gallery, Tel Aviv

French-American artist Louise Bourgeois (1911–2010), one of the most prominent and influential artists of the 20th century, left behind a body of work rare in its material diversity and emotional intensity, created over nearly seven decades. She produced a rich symbolic and figurative language, transposing the human body with architecture, animals, objects, and plants. All…

Amuleto – Roberto Bolaño @ Galerie Jérôme Pauchant, Paris

« It’s all in the nerves. The nerves that tense and relax as you approach the edges of companionship and love. The razor-sharp edges of companionship and love. »[1] Amuleto, Roberto Bolaño, 1999 Free from the object-picture idea, the tools of painting are used to only keep the “sidelines”. The marks created by the work…

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…