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5 FEBRUARY - 5 JUNE 2016
NIL YALTER

FRAC LORRAINE 49 NORD 6 EST

On the occasion of the first French retrospective of the work by Nil Yalter, 49 Nord 6 Est invites you to discover over a dozen pieces by this firmly engaged artist of Turkish origin, most of which have never been shown on the national artistic scene!



Avril Boisneault avril@claudinecolin.com

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FREE ADMISSION

Tuesday through Wednesday,

from 2PM to 7PM

Saturday and Sunday,

from 11AM to 7PM

Open during school and public holidays

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Opening: Thursday, Feb 4 at 7 PM

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7 NOVEMBER 2015 - 7 FEBRUARY 2016
GEORGIA O’KEEFFE AND HER PHOTOGRAPHER FRIENDS

MUSEE DE GRENOBLE

As the first solo show in France to be devoted to the American painter Georgia O’Keeffe, the exhibition scheduled this autumn at the Musée de Grenoble is an outstanding event. Put on with the participation of the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe (New Mexico, USA), and the backing of the FRench American Museum Exchange [FRAME], it goes back over the career of an icon of American art, who is as famous in the United States as Jackson Pollock. From her earliest works in New York to when she settled in New Mexico in 1949, Georgia O’Keeffe was greatly influenced by modern photography. To encompass this factor, the exhibition will create a dialogue between her paintings and her photographer friends, forming a total selection of 90 works coming from fifteen prestigious international museums, as well as from major German, Spanish and French institutions. 



Caroline Vaisson / caroline@claudinecolin.com

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Musée de Grenoble

5, place de Lavalette 38 000 Grenoble

Tel. : 04 76 63 44 11

www.museedegrenoble.fr




21 OCTOBER 2015 - 10 JANUARY 2016
UGO RONDINONE - I LOVE JOHN GIORNO

PALAIS DE TOKYO

I Love John Giorno is the first retrospective of the life and work of the American poet John Giorno (born 1936, lives and works in New York), a key figure of the American underground scene of the 1960s. The exhibition is conceived by Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone (born 1964, lives and works in New York) as a work in its own right.

I structured the exhibition in eight chapters, each representing a layer of Giorno’s multifaceted work. Taken as a whole, they reflect how he works and help us to understand the dual influences that American culture and Buddhism had on his life and art.
Ugo Rondinone



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21 OCTOBER 2015 - 10 JANUARY 2016
LA VIE MAGNIFIQUE

PALAIS DE TOKYO

AUTOMNE 2015 

SAISON LA VIE MAGNIFIIQUE

UGO RONDINONE I LOVE JOHN GIORNO

RAGNAR KJARTANSSON

MELANIE MATRANGA



Marika Bekier marika@claudinecolin.com

Avril Boisneault avril@claudinecolin.com 

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21 OCTOBER 2015 - 10 JANUARY 2016
RAGNAR KJARTANSSON - EXPOSITION MONOGRAPHIQUE

PALAIS DE TOKYO

Palais de Tokyo is presenting the first solo show in France of the Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson (born in 1976, lives and works in Reykjavik). In a poetic and surprising manner, the exhibition portrays everyday desires, longing for the transcendent, blurring the boundary between mundane and sublime.

Ragnar Kjartansson’s singular work is a cross between performance and cinema, sculpture and opera, plein air painting and music. He often produces large-scale multidisciplinary projects and the production of his works often requires the collaboration of several participants – actors, musicians, friends and family members.



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18 OCTOBER - 19 DECEMBER 2015
STERLING RUBY : PARIS

GAGOSIAN GALLERY PARIS

Gagosian Gallery est heureuse d’annoncer les premières expositions personnelles de Sterling Ruby à Paris, dans ses espaces du Bourget et de la rue de Ponthieu.

La galerie du Bourget accueillera des sculptures réalisées à partir de débris industriels récupérés aux alentours du studio de l’artiste à Los Angeles. Des sculptures hybrides et mélancoliques associent des tuyaux d’acier industriels et des morceaux de moteurs à d’immenses fragments de sous-marins récupérés de l’armée américaine ; tandis que de larges tapisseries délavées - semblables à des versions cosmiques du drapeau américain - sont tendues aux murs.

Dans l’espace de la rue de Ponthieu, Sterling Ruby continue d’explorer avec avidité les matériaux et les techniques. Ses nouvelles toiles, réalisées à partir de frottage, révèlent des surfaces discordantes qui semblent être gravées et égratignées.

Conjointement à ces deux expositions, le Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature présentera les poêles à bois monumentaux de Ruby, installés dans la cour centrale du musée.



Dereen O'Sullivan / dereen@claudinecolin.com

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GAGOSIAN GALLERY

4, RUE DE PONTHIEU

75008 PARIS

HORAIRES D’OUVERTURE: Mar–Sam 11h00–19h00

GAGOSIAN GALLERY

26, AVENUE DE L’EUROPE

93350 LE BOURGET

HORAIRES D’OUVERTURE: Mar–Sam 11h00–19h00 et sur rendez-vous

 

 




16 SEPTEMBER - 8 NOVEMBER 2015
TAKE ME (I'M YOURS)

MONNAIE DE PARIS

From 16 September to 8 November 2015, Monnaie de Paris presents Take Me (I'm Yours), a collective and interactive exhibition which brings together the work of forty-four international artists under the curatorship of Christian Boltanski, Hans Ulrich Obrist and Chiara Parisi. 



Avril Boisneault avril@claudinecolin.com 

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Opening hours:

Open every day, 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Late Thursday opening till 10 p.m.




11 SEPTEMBER 2015 - 25 JANUARY 2016
FLORENCE - PORTRAITS AT THE MEDICIS COURT

MUSEE JACQUEMART-ANDRE

In the 16th century, the art of portraiture became increasingly common among the Florentine elite, who had found in it a means of capturing their facial characteristics and social status for posterity. They drew on literary characters such as Petrarch, musical references or a staged production full of symbols to describe the model's life in all its facets. 

The Musée Jacquemart-André has devoted an unrivalled exhibition to the great Florentine portrait painters of the 16th century, based on around forty works. Alongside the presentation of masterpieces by Pontormo, a pupil of Andrea del Sarto and master of mannerism, there will be a chance to appreciate the refined and graceful features, typical of the portraits of Bronzino or Salviati, which are testimony to a meaningful sense of sophistication. 

This exhibition will offer a panorama of Florentine portraiture in the 16th century with all its main themes and stylistic transformations. Through the eyes of the painters experimenting with new ways of representing their contemporaries, it will allow visitors to appreciate the style developments of the Cinquecento, an especially eventful century in cultural and religious terms. 



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Dereen O'SULLIVAN / dereen@claudinecolin.com




10 SEPTEMBER 2015 - 7 FEBRUARY 2016
VILLA FLORA. LES TEMPS ENCHANTES. A TIME OF ENCHANTMENT

MUSEE MARMOTTAN MONET

The Museum Marmottan Monet, a museum of collectors par excellence, will present from September 10th 2015 to Februay 7th 2016 the most prestigious private collection of the Swiss couple Arthur and Hedy Hahnloser. For the first time in France, the masterpieces of this ensemble are shown. 75 masterpieces of Pierre Bonnard, Paul Cézanne, Giovanni Giacometti, Ferdinand Hodler, Aristide Maillol, Édouard Manet, Henri-Charles Manguin, Pierre-Albert Marquet, Henri Matisse, Odilon Redon, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Félix-Édouard Vallotton, Vincent van Gogh and Édouard Vuillard illustrate the story of this couple, two passionated collectors of painting, drawing and sculpture, which they enthusiastically collected during their life together, from 1905 to Arthur’s death in 1936.

Curators: Angelika Affentranger-Kirchrath, Curator, Villa Flora - Winterthur and Marianne Mathieu, Deputy Director, Head of Collections, Musée Marmottan Monet.



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5 AUGUST - 2 NOVEMBER 2015
CARTE BLANCHE AU DESIGNER FELIPE RIBON

MUSEE DES ARTS DECORATIFS ET DU DESIGN DE BORDEAUX

Du 5 août au 2 novembre 2015, le musée des Arts décoratifs et du Design de Bordeaux (MADD) donne carte blanche à Felipe Ribon pour investir les espaces de l’Hôtel Lalande. Le designer imagine un parcours immersif au coeur des collections, inspiré par l’histoire étonnante du lieu et de ceux qui l’ont habité depuis la fin du XVIIIe siècle.

Faisant suite aux expositions de Felipe Ribon à l’Institut Néerlandais et au musée Cognacq-Jay, cette nouvelle présentation rassemble ses différents projets et les inscrit dans la continuité d’une réflexion qui prendra un sens nouveau dans le dialogue avec les collections et l’architecture du musée des Arts décoratifs et du Design de Bordeaux.

Les objets exposés, appartenant aux collections Mind the Gap et ae - objets médium, sont conçus dans la même volonté de stimuler notre perception extra-sensorielle. Ils sont issus d’une réflexion qui se nourrit dans les marges de la pensée occidentale cartésienne, une pensée qui s’aventure sur les terrains incertains de l’inconscient et de l’impalpable.

Les objets conçus par Felipe Ribon sont des outils mis à la disposition de l’esprit. Leur rôle est d’éveiller notre capacité à ressentir et percevoir autrement. A leur côté, on s’enhardit à réinterroger le lien paradoxal entretenu avec notre esprit.



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