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75004 Paris
T. +33 1 42 72 60 01
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28 SEPTEMBER - 5 NOVEMBER 2011
BRAZIL : REINVENTION OF THE MODERN

GAGOSIAN GALLERY

4, RUE DE PONTHIEU                           

75008 PARIS  

Gagosian Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of Brazilian art from the late modern period, featuring works by Sergio Camargo, Lygia Clark, Amilcar de Castro, Helio Oiticica, Lygia Pape, and Mira Schendel.



Dorelia Baird-Smith / dorelia@claudinecolin.com

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GAGOSIAN GALLERY

4, rue de Ponthieu                             T. +33 (0)1 75 00 05 92

75008 Paris                                      F. +33 (0)1 70 24 87 10

OPENING HOURS:                             Tues - Sat 11:00am – 7:00pm




28 SEPTEMBER - 12 NOVEMBER 2011
ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG

Gagosian Gallery Paris is pleased to present an exhibition of painting and sculpture by Robert Rauschenberg.

Rauschenberg stands as one of the most inventive artists in American art, arguably the first of his generation to chart a viable course out of Abstract Expressionism towards the formal integration of art and the mess of life. His approach to making art using discarded materials, everyday objects and appropriated images eviscerated the distinctions between medium and genre, abstraction and representation, while his “flatbed picture plane” created an enduring change in the relationship between artist, image, and viewer. From the outset, the incidental, the immediate, and the perception of a presence greater than his own artistic virtuosity drove Rauschenberg’s creative energies.



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




24 SEPTEMBER 2011 - 15 JANUARY 2012
LANSKOY: A RUSSIAN PAINTER IN PARIS

LILLE METROPOLE, MUSEE D'ART MODERNE, D'ART CONTEMPORAIN ET D'ART BRUT, LILLE, FRANCE

This ambitious exhibition revisits the work by André Lanskoy (1902 – 1976), a self-taught artist from Moscow, who studied painting alongside pre-eminent artists of the Russian Diaspora. Presenting works made of the different techniques he practiced, from figurative Intimist painting of the 1920-1930's, to the lyrical abstraction which reigned over Paris after the war, the exhibition includes pieces from LaM's permanent collection, as well as loans from international museums and private collections. Among other artists presented are Natalia Gontcharova, Michel Larionov, Sonia Terk-Delaunay, Vassily Kandinsky, Nicolas de Staël, Serge Charchoune, Serge Poliakoff, Jean Pougny, Iouri Annenkov, Philippe Hosiasson and Youla Chapoval.



Julie Martinez / julie@claudinecolin.com

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23 SEPTEMBER 2011 - 16 JANUARY 2012
FRA ANGELICO

JACQUEMART-ANDRE MUSEUM, PARIS, FRANCE

This is the first homage exhibition hosted by a Parisian museum dedicated to Fra Angelico, one of the undisputed masters of sacred art. The exhibition brings together nearly 60 works from major international institutions, tracing the career of this major figure from the first Florentine Renaissance alongside other important artists from the Italian Primitive School. Some of them, including Ghiberti, Monaco and Masaccio, had a significant influence on the art of Fra Angelico, while others, such as Gozzoli and Lippi, drew their inspiration from his work.



Christelle Maureau / christelle@claudinecolin.com

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Musée Jacquemart-André

158, bd Haussmann
75008 Paris

Open 365 days a year from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Open every Monday and Saturday evening until 9.30 p.m.

The Jacquemart-André tea room is open from 11.45 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.

The cultural gift and bookshop is open when the museum is open, including Sundays

www.musee-jacquemart-andre.com




23 SEPTEMBER - 16 OCTOBER 2011
LE PRINTEMPS DE SEPTEMBRE: ANOTHER WORLD

TOULOUSE, FRANCE

The 21st edition of the Printemps, directed by Anne Pontégnie, is placed under the theme “Another World”. The idea is to discover artists whose work draws on elementary energies that artists have tended to neglect over the last thirty-odd years in favour of a constant rereading of the modernist heritage. For over twenty years, the Printemps de Septembre has acted as a platform for contemporary creativity through its dynamic programme of exhibitions, events, film and radio as well as educational initiatives. In Toulouse for the past 10 years following a decade in Cahors, it is now established as one of the leading cultural events of the fall calendar in France.

Nocturnes and Soirées Nomades from 23 - 24 - 30 Septembre and 1st Octobre 2011



Julie Martinez / julie@claudinecolin.com

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http://www.printempsdeseptembre.com




16 SEPTEMBER 2011 - 22 JANUARY 2012
JACQUES GRUBER AND ART NOUVEAU : A DECORATIVE PATH

GALERIES POIREL, NANCY, FRANCE

The first retrospective exhibition dedicated to the work of the artist Jacques Gruber is presented at the Galeries Poirel in Nancy, France. Dating from the 1890 years until the First World War, nearly 150 drawings, paintings, furniture, posters and stained glass from famous international museums (musée d’Orsay and musée des arts décoratifs in Paris, the Royal museums of Brussels, the Virginia museum of Fine Arts ) and prestigious private and public collections, are exhibited.



Albane Champey / albane@claudinecolin.com

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Poirel Galleries (next to the railway station, central city)

September 16th – January 22nd 2012

Wednesday – Monday ( closed on Tuesday)

10.00 am – 6.00 pm

More informations on www.ecole-de-nancy.com

Call 00 33 383 40 14 86




16 SEPTEMBER - 18 DECEMBER 2011
NEW TOPOGRAPHY OF WAR

LE BAL, PARIS, FRANCE

For the one year anniversary since the launch of this new space, Le BAL is presenting works and videos created since 2000, which deal with the documentary image, particularly focusing on sites, positions, geological spaces and territories in zones of conflict. Curated by Jean-Yves Jouannais and Diane Dufour, these topographic essays provide a different approach to understanding the meaning of war.

Press preview on Friday 16 Septembre from 11am to 1pm



Albane Champey / albane@claudinecolin.com

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Le BAL

6, impasse de la Défense 75018 Paris

Métro: Place de Clichy lignes 2 et 13

T: 01 44 70 75 50

www.le-bal.fr




15 SEPTEMBER - 17 DECEMBER 2011
FÉMINITÉ 0.1

MAISON PARTICULIERE, BRUSSELS, BELGIUM

This new art center stems from Myriam et Amaury de Solages wish’s to share their passion for collecting art. This elegant townhouse located at the heart of Brussels has been converted into a unique setting that reinvents the interior space of a private residence, thus creating a novel approach to exhibiting works of art. For their second exhibition, Feminité 0.1, the Maison Particulière presents works by Renaud Bergonzo, Joaquin Pecci, Alain Servais, Oda Jaune and Victor Ginsburgh.

Second exhibition: Féminité 0.1 :  from 15 Septembre to 17 Decembre 2011

Press preview on 20 Septembre



Albane Champey / albane@claudinecolin.com

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Maison Particulière

Rue du Châtelain  49  Kasteleinsstraat

B-1050 Bruxelles/Brussel

www.maisonparticuliere.be




12 SEPTEMBER 2011 - 5 MARCH 2012
ERRE

CENTRE POMPIDOU - METZ, FRANCE

Erre is a multimedia group exhibition, which takes the labyrinth as a starting to tackle questions on wandering, loss, strolling and their modes of representation in contemporary art. The theme is treated through its architectural, physical and mental dimensions.



Valentine Dolla valentine@claudinecolin.com

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Centre Pompidou-Metz

1 parvis des Droits de l'Homme

57000 Metz

www.centrepompidoumetz.fr




12 SEPTEMBER - 30 NOVEMBER 2011
SMALL, MEDIUM, LARGE

DONJON DE VEZ (OISE)

This selling exhibition brings together monumental sculptures by 30 international artists in the Donjon de Vez private garden. Participating artists include Michael Craig-Martin, Jim Dine, Laurent Grasso, François Morellet, Julian Opie, Joana Vasconcelos, Jeppe Hein, Carsten Höller, Fernand Léger, François Morellet and Gavin Turk, among others. This exhibition is organised in partnership with Artcurial auction house, Paris.



Eva Astaburuaga Dalla Venezia / eva@claudinecolin.com

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Donjon de Vez
60117 VEZ

Ouvert tous les jours jusqu’à fin septembre de 14h à 18h
Ouvert tous les dimanches en octobre de 14h à 18h

Tarif : 6 euros
Gratuit pour les moins de 12 ans

Contact :
Tel : +33 1 42 99 20 33
sml@donjondevez.com
www.donjondevez.com




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