On Wednesday, May 11 from 6 to 9 pm, on the occasion of the Nuits des Galeries du Parcours de Saint-Gilles 2022, come and visit the exhibition ‘Singularities’ by Catherine François.

RACHEL LABASTIE – « MARAT ASSASSINÉ », Musées royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, Bruxelles

Rachel Labastie presents a work at the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium that takes a feminine look at Jacques Louis David’s famous piece, shifting the focus from Marat to Charlotte Corday, the absent protagonist in David’s depiction.

The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium has owned Jacques Louis David’s masterpiece “Marat assassinated” (1793) since 1893. To testify to the central position of this painting in the advent of modern art, they are offering an exhibition with an unprecedented approach to David’s work by combining both historical and contemporary views.

Contemporary interpretations by artists such as Rachel Labastie, Picasso, Ai Weiwei, Gavin Turk, Jean-Luc Moerman and Jan Van Imschoot are presented.

From 28.04 til 07.08.2022

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For the first time David Décamp exhibits in Mexico at the Farmacia del Arte gallery, alongside the Mexican artist Mirian Urbano.

In the exhibition “Del bosque al parque”, the ambivalence of their messages inscribes a narrative around the imbalance that our intervention on nature creates. In Decamp’s work, splashes of ink, depicting the shapes of trees, give the impression that the forest is bleeding while the large blurred landscapes give the impression of a no man’s land at dusk, has humanity written this dark path for itself by recklessly sacrificing nature to fulfill its needs?

Urbano’s drawing reveals itself little by little. At first glance, everything is accessible, it’s darkness. The viewer gradually discovers a mysterious virgin forest of infinite depth through layers and layers of native plants, untouched, untamed, and their shadows become light standing out from the black background.

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Thursday 21 April from 6 to 8 pm, come and meet Catherine François in her exhibition ‘Singularités’ for a signing of her new monograph published by Prisme Editions on the occasion of the exhibition.

You will also discover the singular figures made of bronze and objects washed up by the sea that the sculptor has created over the past two years. “A turning point whose overall view instantly impresses the eye”, according to Alienor de Brocq in Le Soir MAD.

Artisti dell’obiettivo. Scatti di fotografi e cineasti ungheresi, Hungarian Academy of Rome, Italie

Portraits of artists and photographs of filmmakers in the perspective of time. The exhibition of the Budapest Műcsarnok at the Hungarian Academy in Rome.

With photographs by Illés Sarkantyu.

Until April 14.

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Le Vent, Musée d’art moderne André Malraux, Le Havre

Le Vent. « Cela qui ne peut être peint »

From June 25 to October 2 2022

With artworks by Alexandre Hollan

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Fantôme trois, Rimbaud musem, Charleville-Mézières

The Rimbaud Museum presents a group exhibition with works by Bruno Albizzati, Hannah Archambault, Nour Awada, Camille Benarab-Lopez, Benoît Blanchard, Simon Martin, Giorgio Silvestrini, Elmar Trenkwalder, Marine Wallon.

Address: Rimbaud Museum, Maison des Ailleurs, 7 Quai Arthur Rimbaud, 08000 Charleville-Mézières
Curators: Benoît Blanchard and Sarah Mercadante
Exhibition until May 15, 2022

Vous êtes un arbre ! – De la fascination à la représentation, LES FRANCISCAINES, DEAUVILLE

The exhibition “You are a tree!” at the Franciscaines in Deauville is on until 5 June 2022.
From the Middle Ages to today, the exhibition presents more than 80 works with a focus on modern and contemporary art: Pierre Bonnard, Henri Matisse, Carl Andre…

Among them, you will find the work “Daphne” by Vincent Bioulès, an update of the myth by this major painter of contemporary figuration who inscribes the characters in the landscapes of the Gard, dominated by the Cévennes. An eternal race that ends up eroticizing the whole landscape.

In the exhibition, a series of drawings of trees by Alexandre Hollan will have a special place. Hollan’s unique approach to the tree, somewhere between painting and poetry, is the result of a lifetime of contemplation and aesthetic meditation.


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Jeff Kowatch

Conversation between Jeff Kowatch and Jeanette Zwingenberger

Marie Hélène de La Forest Divonne and her team are pleased to invite you to a conversation between the artist Jeff Kowatch and the art historian Jeanette Zwingenberger, on Tuesday 8 March at 7.30 pm (12 rue des Beaux-Arts, Paris 6e)

Mr Sennelier, creator of the Sennelier oil stick, will speak at the beginning of the evening.
This event is organised on the occasion of Jeff Kowatch’s exhibition “Breath” which brings together a group of recent works – oil paintings on canvas and oil sticks on Dibond.

ALEXANDRE HOLLAN – « The Visible Invisible », Galerie nationale hongroise, Budapest

In 2021, Alexandre Hollan made a further donation of some of his works to the Budapest Museum of Fine Arts, which is devoting an exhibition to him until February 2022 in the Hungarian National Gallery.
Alexander Hollan’s links with the museum span two decades. Since 2001, he has made several donations of his works to the museum and already in 2011, the Museum of Fine Arts presented nearly one hundred of his works in a large-scale exhibition. In 2017, the artist made another major donation of more than 100 of his pieces. This material now enriches the collection of international art after 1800 and the collection of prints and drawings of the Hungarian National Gallery, as well as forming an important unit within the collection of works by 20th century Hungarian émigré artists.

A trilingual (Hungarian/French/English) catalogue on Hollan’s donations is published in conjunction with the exhibition, including a study and interview with the artist to provide a broader context for his works.

ELSA & JOHANNA – “The Plural Life of Identity”, Städtische Galerie, Karlsruhe – EXTENDED UNTIL APRIL 24

Invited by the Städtische Galerie in Karlsruhe for their first solo exhibition in Germany, Elsa&Johanna have designed a presentation of four of their series especially for the museum’s spaces.

This important retrospective exhibition brings together nearly 150 works by Elsa & Johanna, from the series A Couple of Them, Los Ojos Vendados and Beyond the Shadow, to The timeless story of Moormerland, a new series created in Germany in the spring of 2021.


Come and discover more than 30 galleries at night until 9pm every first Thursday of the month

Rue des Beaux-Arts

Rue de Seine

Rue Bonaparte

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RACHEL LABASTIE – “Remedies”, Musées royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, Brussels

Rachel Labastie has been invited by the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium to present this autumn a body of work, sometimes unpublished, sometimes retrospective, of some thirty emblematic works of her work. Her entire oeuvre is duality and makes us see beyond the appearance of things; a concept that she will explore in depth in a piece created ‘in residence’ within the Royal Museums, in dialogue with a painting from the permanent collection. The work is imagined as the ‘off-screen’ of ‘The Death of Marat’, Jacques-Louis David (1793) and will be unveiled at the opening of the exhibition.

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SAMUEL YAL – “Aux frontières de l’humain”, Musée de L’Homme, Paris, 13.10.2021/30.05.2022

Samuel Yal has been invited by the Musée de l’Homme to design a specific installation for the exhibition “Aux frontières de l’humain”. This exhibition, never before seen at the museum, questions our future as human beings but also, more globally, that of our planet through an itinerary divided into six parts. How far can we go while remaining human, individually and collectively? Has the race for progress not been made at the expense of our planet? These questions at the centre of the exhibition are in line with one of the major questions at the heart of the permanent exhibition at the Galerie de l’Homme: where are we going?

For Samuel Yal, artistic thought is special in that it is based on concepts, reflections and projections that meet the specific constraints of the medium and the studio experience. In this complex weaving of will and chance, an experience of the work is interwoven that in a sense reproduces that of life itself.

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RACHEL LABASTIE – “Les Éloignées”, Abbaye de Maubuisson, Centre d’art à Saint-Ouen-l’Aumône

Rachel Labastie has chosen to evoke, in Maubuisson, the living conditions of two communities of women excluded from society in the 19th century. The “relegated women of Guyana”, women convicted of petty crime and sent to Guyana, then a French colony, to marry convicts. On their arrival in French Guyana, the convicts were entrusted to the sisters of the Abbey of Saint Joseph de Cluny. The overseers and the overseen shared the same conditions of separation and internment. Island, prison, shelter, the abbey becomes in Rachel Labastie’s artistic project an ambivalent place where a set of narratives evoking forced exile, the journey of tragically misguided women, the transformation of bodies, between resistance and sacrifice, is staged.

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CARIBAÏ – “Dans un monde flottant”, Musée départemental des Arts Asiatiques, Nice

Caribaï has been invited to present her artistic work in 2021 in the marble and glass setting designed by Kenzô Tange, amidst an exceptional collection of Asian art. Inspired by the place, she articulates in this original creation two principles of Chinese landscape painting that are dear to her: “Wind-Light” and “Mountain-Water”. From the suspensions to the polyptychs, she accompanies the visitor on his or her museum journey, from the bottom of the staircase to the space of the Buddhist rotunda on the first floor, and guides him or her on a journey that is above all interior.

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ARTHUR AILLAUD – “PEINTURES”, Musée de la Vallée – La Sapinière, Barcelonnette, EXTENDED TIL THE END OF MARCH!

The Musée de la Vallée – La Sapinière welcomes new paintings by Arthur Aillaud, son of the painter Gilles Aillaud and grandson of the architect Emile Aillaud, whose family roots are in Jausiers.

A dialogue between nature and architecture, between abstraction and figuration. A singular exhibition that could tell the story of the work of archaeologists at work, but not only…

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