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18 NOVEMBER 2011 - 1st APRIL 2012
CAPTURING THE MODEL, RODIN 300 DRAWINGS 1890-1917

MUSEE RODIN

We know Rodin the sculptor, but do we know Rodin the draftman? This exhibition presents a spectacular collection of 300 drawings of his last thirty years when drawing was the artist’s predominant form of expression. This late period of Rodin’s career demonstrates the extraordinary tension between the naturalism of a drawing, capturing a gesture, a movement in all its immediacy, and the increasing independence of line and color in the artist’s work. Rodin’s freedom in drawing contributed to opening an immense space for the artists of the 20th century.



Eva Astaburuaga Dalla Venezia / eva@claudinecolin.com


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Musée Rodin, 79 rue de Varenne, 75007 Paris.

Tél : 01 44 18 61 10

www.musee-rodin.fr




10 NOVEMBER - 13 NOVEMBER 2011
PARIS PHOTO 2011

GRAND PALAIS, PARIS, FRANCE

The 2011 edition marks an important shift for Paris Photo, with a new venue at the Grand Palais and Julien Frydman as its new Director. This prestigious venue will without a doubt, add to Paris Photo's unique international position and make it an even greater fixture of Paris' vibrant artistic and cultural scene. Taking African photography as its special theme, Paris Photo 2011 pays tribute to the rich breadth and diversity of work produced by the continent’s creative talent in this field, from Bamako to Cape Town.



Dorelia Baird-Smith / dorelia@claudinecolin.com

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Avenue Winston Churchill, 75008 Paris 
Métro : lignes 1 et 13 Champs-Élysées Clemenceau
Bus : lignes 28 l 32 l 42 l 72 l 73 l 80 l 83 l 93
Parking : Rond Point Champs Élysées
Vélib : avenue Franklin Roosevelt & avenue Dutuit




9 NOVEMBER - 23 DECEMBER 2011
WILLIAM EGGLESTON

GAGOSIAN GALLERY

Gagosian Gallery is pleased to announce the representation of William Eggleston in Los Angeles with an exhibition of photographs selected from the Election Eve series of 1976. These photographs have never been printed or exhibited before.





Dorelia Baird-Smith / dorelia@claudinecolin.com

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GAGOSIAN GALLERY

 4, rue de Ponthieu 75008 Paris

T. +33 (0)1 75 00 05 92  

F. +33 (0)1 70 24 87 10

Horaires d’ouverture :  

Mar-Sam : 11h00 –19h00




5 NOVEMBER 2011 - 22 APRIL 2012
MY WINNIPEG

LA MAISON ROUGE, FONDATION ANTOINE DE GALBERT, PARIS, FRANCE

As part of a new series of exhibitions dedicated to the art scene in large cities, the Maison Rouge first honours the city of Winnipeg (Manitoba, Canada). Using a variety of media, visitors will discover works marked by a historical and mythical heritage as well as a certain despair tinged with immigrant humour, which populated the region during the 19th and 20th century. Artists such as Sarah Anne Jonhson, Jon Pylypchuck, Shary Boyle, Guy Maddin, William Eakin and Diana Thorneycroft, will provide visitors with one of the most complete look into Winnipeg’s fertile and imaginative artistic community.



Julie Martinez / julie@claudinecolin.com

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22 OCTOBER 2011 - 15 JANUARY 2012
MEMORIES OF THE FUTUR - THE OLBRICHT COLLECTION

LA MAISON ROUGE, PARIS, FRANCE

German collector Thomas Olbricht will present pieces from his collection at la Maison Rouge in Paris, while its founder Antoine de Galbert will reveal parts of his own collection at ME COLLECTORS ROOM in Berlin in an exhibition dedicated to the young French art schene, The title of the exhibition in Paris refers to Laurent Grasso's piece of the same title "Memories of the future" (2010).



Julie Martinez / julie@claudinecolin.com

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21 OCTOBER 2011 - 8 JANUARY 2012
WOMEN CHANGING INDIA

PETIT PALAIS, PARIS, FRANCE

This fall, the Petit Palais will present an exhibition dedicated to the theme of woman in India, questioning how have their roles has evolved over the past years? How the feminization of Indian society brings changes to the rest of the continent? Sponsored by BNP Paribas and organised in collaboration with Magnum photos, this exhibition commemorates 150 years of operations in India (1860-2010). The exhibition will be presented in Paris, after having been shown in India, Italy, Belgium and England



Albane Champey/ albane@claudinecolin.com

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Petit Palais Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris

Avenue Winston Churchill 75008 Paris

+ 33 1 53 43 40 00

Ouvert tous les jours, de 10h à 18h sauf les lundis et jours fériés.

Nocturne les jeudis jusqu’à 20h www.petitpalais.paris.fr




21 OCTOBER - 31 DECEMBER 2011
PAUL-ARMAND GETTE ARTEMIS AND HER NYMPHS

In conjunction with the exhibition Capturing the model. Rodin 300 drawings 1890-1917, to be held at the Musée Rodin between November 18th 2011, and February 26th 2012, a selection of about thirty drawings by Paul-Armand Gette will be presented on the first floor of the Hôtel Biron.



Ingrid Cadoret / ingrid@claudinecolin.com

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Musée Rodin, 79 rue de Varenne, 75007 Paris.

Tout le programme sur www.musee-rodin.fr

Tél : 01 44 18 61 10




20 OCTOBER - 23 OCTOBER 2011
FIAC 2011

GRAND PALAIS AND TUILERIES GARDEN, PARIS, FRANCE

The 38th edition of FIAC will mark an important milestone in the fair’s development. Taking place at the Grand Palais and the Jardin des Tuileries, it will inaugurate additional historic spaces within the Grand Palais, which have been restored to their original proportions and will open to the public for the first time during FIAC 2011. Because its high standards of quality and the synergies it has developed with major Parisian institutions, FIAC occupies a position as one of the not-to-be-missed international events related to artistic creativity.



Mathilde Beaujard / mathilde@claudinecolin.com

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Avenue Winston Churchill, 75008 Paris 
Métro : lignes 1 et 13 Champs-Élysées Clemenceau
Bus : lignes 28 l 32 l 42 l 72 l 73 l 80 l 83 l 93
Parking : Rond Point Champs Élysées
Vélib : avenue Franklin Roosevelt & avenue Dutuit




18 OCTOBER 2011 - 15 JANUARY 2012
CENTRE POMPIDOU MOBILE

 

The Centre Pompidou mobile is the first moving museum in the world. Its ambition is to present works from its world-renowned collection of masterpieces (Picasso, Calder, Matisse, Léger…) and make of modern and contemporary art accessible to a very large audience. Designed by the architect Patrick Bouchain, the Centre Pompidou mobile (650m²) will be inaugurated in October 2011 in Chaumont (Haute-Marne), followed by later stops in Cambrai and Boulogne-sur-Mer (Nord-Pas-de-Calais) in 2012.





Ingrid Cadoret ingrid@claudinecolin.com

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FROM 15 OCTOBER 2011
OPENING OF THE BERNARD MAGREZ CULTURAL INSTITUTE

CHÂTEAU PAPE CLÉMENT, BORDEAUX, FRANCE

The Bernard Magrez Cultural Institute is a new private initiative with the following goals: to organize cultural events, to follow an acquisitions program and support for the production works of art by young artists. Its inaugural exhibition «L’Etoffe du Temps», will present works by conceptual and figurative artists, such as Darren Almond, On Kawara, Anselm Kiefer, Yves Klein, Claude Lévêque, Roman Opalka, Jean-Michel Othoniel, Luca Pancrazi, Pablo Picasso, Martial Raysse, Xavier Veilhan, Huang Yong Ping et Chen Zhen, which play around the notion of time in contemporary art, taking Picasso’s Femme Assise (1949) as a starting point.



Ingrid Cadoret / ingrid@claudinecolin.com

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Institut Culturel Bernard Magrez

Centre d'Art du Château du Pape Clément

5 rue Labottière - 33000 Bordeaux

Tél : 05.57.99.38.45

www.bernard-magrez.com




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