Paris; visiting the paris photo et more…
by Venetia Kapernekas
A lovely weekend in Paris by train to visit the Paris Photo at Grand Palais and some more nice exhibitions, not efficient time to visit the Louis Vuitton new bldg by Frank Gehry.. (good excuse for soon again new visit)
Collier Schorr, “Picture of Women”, 2010, MoMa aquisition
And of course my favorite gallery from New York with fabulous presentation, Howard Greenberg gallery
A Saturday visit at Patrick Seguin gallery in Paris’s Bastille neighborhood (ccupying a 300 sqm (3200 sq ft) space, rearchitectured by Jean Nouvel)
The exhibition at the present is called “Kurimanzutto“ hosting works by Damián Ortega, Gabriel Kuri, Jonathan Hernández, Gabriel Orozco, Jimmie Durham, Gabriel Sierra and Rirkrit Tiravanija. “… this exhibition unfolds around considerations on the themes of accessibility to the public, of restriction to domestic use, but also of travel experience, of exile and areas of conflict.
kurimanzutto was established in 1999, in Mexico City, with the aim of bringing together and supporting the work of a group of young artists, both Mexican and foreign.” (gallery press release)
Liza Lou at Ropac @ Ropac gallery
at Marian Goodman, a Giovanni Anselmo beautiful installation
@published photos on gallery site
Saturday late afternoon at Gagosian gallery, a solo exhibition by Cecily Brown (her first one in Paris- all new works), exhibition runs October 19-December 20, 2014
Something that’s just glimpsed seems more real than something that’s fully described.
more on the exhibition here http://www.gagosian.com/exhibitions/cecily-brown–october-19-2014
An amazing evening dinner (thanks to an invitation by my doctor Dr Rubinger, at “Porte 12“ at Rue de Messageries, on 10th, with heading Chef Vincent Crepel; Taiwanese chef André Chiang (whose restaurant Andre in Singapore) opened Porte 12 just 2 months ago: interesting journey to wonderful high taste menu. “Reactivating what was once a textile and lingerie atelier, Porte 12 has been created in harmony within the fundamentals of its predecessors – e marvelous artistry works of one’s pair of hands and ceaseless interminable inspirations – merged in a blend of contemporary and old, creativity and simplicity.”