Flash News


Galerie Marguerite Milin
10-14-2021 at 10:00 am

From 14 October to 6 November, the galerie Marguerite Milin presents the exhibition Terrain de jeux (Playground) by Raphaël-Bachir Osman.

H Gallery
10-14-2021 at 6:00 pm

For her first solo exhibition at H Gallery, Barbara Navi decided to present recent paintings that play on the theme of the song Fever by Peggy Lee.


By Lara Sedbon
10-16-2021 at 12:00 am

In line with the exhibition entitled Demain, la jeune scène française (Tomorrow, the Young French Scene) organised last March, By Lara Sedbon opens a new page in homage to the young generation.

Double V Gallery
10-16-2021 at 12:00 am

Double V Gallery is thrilled to present B.D.Graft’s first solo exhibition Bees and other important things in France in its new Parisian space.


Kamel Mennour
10-18-2021 at 10:00 am

Discover the exhibition Day Density by Alicja Kwade at Kamel Mennour gallery in Paris. Time and space are likewise summoned up in Kwade's sculptures, which combine improbable funnels with interlocking geometrical copper modules. They trace vectors defining a three-dimensional reality and evoke instruments which are creating music through the vibration of their resonant bodies.


10-21-2021 at 10:00 am

A few weeks ago, Romuald Hazoumè was making in front of the eyes of the gallery's team the masks to be exhibited at the gallery for his solo show from 21 October to 3 December.

10-21-2021 at 10:00 am

PACT inaugurates today Dan Asher’s first solo exhibition in France, in collaboration with the Dan Asher Foundation and Martos Gallery. Dan Asher, born in 1947 in Cleveland, lived and worked in New York until his death in 2010. He had a prolific career in a variety of mediums (including photography, painting, sculpture, music and video), but is perhaps best known for his contemplative works on paper defined by gestural and vibrant strokes of graphite, oil and tempera that were completed in the early 1980s. Until 13 November 2021 at the gallery.

Suzanne Tarasieve
10-21-2021 at 10:00 am

Auguri, translated as "Congratulations" or "Best wishes" is a fitting title for Juergen Teller’s new solo exhibition of photographic works at the gallery Suzanne Tarasieve, that have been predominately produced within the last two years and presented to a world slowly emerging from the global pandemic. This show marks a celebration of a new chapter in Teller’s oeuvre through his productive and playful collaboration with his wife and muse, Dovile Drizyte.


10-22-2021 at 10:00 am

London, the 1990s. Hans Scheirl (also known under the successive given names of Angela, Hans Angela and, most recently, Ashley Hans) is at the heart of the queer and lesbian scene. Their gang joyously and ironically calls itself the Proud Perverts. Paris, autumn 2021. At Galerie Loevenbruck, Ashley Hans Scheirl’s solo show Tranny's Pleasures: Pain_Things In A Crazy World turns the space into an artwork in its own right. And that space is inhabited: by the works on show, by the bodies of visitors moving around, by the ghosts of what has happened and what will happen.

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