Paris Internationale, young creation art fair
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Paris Internationale, young creation art fair

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Young and irreverent, Paris International has made its mark in just two editions as a symbol of a renewed Parisian dynamism. For its third outing, The fair is moving to stunning new premises – the mythic République car park that once housed the newspaper LIBERATION.

Paris Internationale, young creation art fair
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Paris Internationale, young creation art fair

Art Young and irreverent, Paris International has made its mark in just two editions as a symbol of a renewed Parisian dynamism. For its third outing, The fair is moving to stunning new premises – the mythic République car park that once housed the newspaper LIBERATION. Young and irreverent, Paris International has made its mark in just two editions as a symbol of a renewed Parisian dynamism. For its third outing, The fair is moving to stunning new premises – the mythic République car park that once housed the newspaper LIBERATION.

The alternative community of Andrea Zittel
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The alternative community of Andrea Zittel

Art In her quest for total freedom and ethical living, which is derived from her constant reflection on human nature, American artist Andrea Zittel has established an alternative community in the California desert. Baptized A–Z West, it includes various workshops as well as a series of minimalist desert cabins where paying guests can go to meditate on the meaning of life. In her quest for total freedom and ethical living, which is derived from her constant reflection on human nature, American artist Andrea Zittel has established an alternative community in the California desert. Baptized A–Z West, it includes various workshops as well as a series of minimalist desert cabins where paying guests can go to meditate on the meaning of life.

Irving Penn at the Grand Palais
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Irving Penn at the Grand Palais

Photography Irving Penn would have been 100 years old this year. To celebrate this anniversary, the Grand Palais is showing a vast retrospective that retraces the 70-year career of this legendary American photographer. It brings together some 240 images, from fashion and still life to portraits, nudes and street scenes. An opportunity to see among other things his famous ‘Small Trades’ series taken between 1950 and 1951, of working men and women. Irving Penn would have been 100 years old this year. To celebrate this anniversary, the Grand Palais is showing a vast retrospective that retraces the 70-year career of this legendary American photographer. It brings together some 240 images, from fashion and still life to portraits, nudes and street scenes. An opportunity to see among other things his famous ‘Small Trades’ series taken between 1950 and 1951, of working men and women.

Tribute to Rachel Whiteread
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Tribute to Rachel Whiteread

Art London Tate Britain introduces the exhibition Rachel Whiteread and pays tribute to the first woman to win the Turner Prize.   London Tate Britain introduces the exhibition Rachel Whiteread and pays tribute to the first woman to win the Turner Prize.  

“Step Motherfucker”: the total art of Ida Ekblad
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“Step Motherfucker”: the total art of Ida Ekblad

Art German gallery Max Hetzler is showing Step Motherfucker, the second exhibition in France by contemporary artist Ida Ekblad. During her walks, the Norwegian artist gathers industrial waste to craft her mixed-media creations, caught somewhere between painting, graffiti and installation. German gallery Max Hetzler is showing Step Motherfucker, the second exhibition in France by contemporary artist Ida Ekblad. During her walks, the Norwegian artist gathers industrial waste to craft her mixed-media creations, caught somewhere between painting, graffiti and installation.

What does this summer’s Serpentine Pavillion look like?
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What does this summer’s Serpentine Pavillion look like?

Art The celebrated annual pop-up pavilion at London’s Serpentine Gallery is a new summery structure conceived by Francis Kéré for this the 17th edition since its establishment.         The celebrated annual pop-up pavilion at London’s Serpentine Gallery is a new summery structure conceived by Francis Kéré for this the 17th edition since its establishment.        

Discovery: the surrealistic and graphic video of Laura Bonnefous
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Discovery: the surrealistic and graphic video of Laura Bonnefous

Art The movie director and photograph Laura Bonnefous unveils her colorful and surrealistic univers in a new artistic video, on an electro-pop title from the Parisien singer Athwartship. She shares in exclusivity on Numero the making-of of the movie. The movie director and photograph Laura Bonnefous unveils her colorful and surrealistic univers in a new artistic video, on an electro-pop title from the Parisien singer Athwartship. She shares in exclusivity on Numero the making-of of the movie.

Portfolio : Doug Aitken destroys civilisation
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Portfolio : Doug Aitken destroys civilisation

Art The Garden is an interactive installation in which each visitor can perform an act of destruction, within a glass room, on immaculate white furniture stereotypical of the futuristic modern designs of “the civilised man”. The glass box is surrounded by an artificial jungle, located in the heart of an enormous warehouse plunged into darkness. Created by the artist Doug Aitken, this installation is part of a “land art” triptych that features two other big scale installations, one at the Coachella festival and the other at the Art BaselContemporary Art Fair.  The Garden is an interactive installation in which each visitor can perform an act of destruction, within a glass room, on immaculate white furniture stereotypical of the futuristic modern designs of “the civilised man”. The glass box is surrounded by an artificial jungle, located in the heart of an enormous warehouse plunged into darkness. Created by the artist Doug Aitken, this installation is part of a “land art” triptych that features two other big scale installations, one at the Coachella festival and the other at the Art BaselContemporary Art Fair. 

Coco Capitán’s Fantasy China
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Coco Capitán’s Fantasy China

Photography The Spanish photographer, to whom we owe the crossed out logo t-shirt in the last Gucci runway show, is releasing a book of photos from her trip to China. The Spanish photographer, to whom we owe the crossed out logo t-shirt in the last Gucci runway show, is releasing a book of photos from her trip to China.

At the Louis Vuitton Foundation, Africa offers the West a beautiful lesson in humility
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At the Louis Vuitton Foundation, Africa offers the West a beautiful lesson in humility

Art With Art/Afrique, three exhibitions dedicated to the continent’s contemporary art, the Louis Vuitton Foundation raises a very real question: why were we not more enthusiastic about these incredible African artists earlier? With Art/Afrique, three exhibitions dedicated to the continent’s contemporary art, the Louis Vuitton Foundation raises a very real question: why were we not more enthusiastic about these incredible African artists earlier?

Queer culture celebrated at the very classic Tate Britain
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Queer culture celebrated at the very classic Tate Britain

Art “Queer British Art 1861-1967” looks at the photographs, paintings, drawings and sketches of artists who marked their era when LGBT rights hadn’t even been heard of. “Queer British Art 1861-1967” looks at the photographs, paintings, drawings and sketches of artists who marked their era when LGBT rights hadn’t even been heard of.

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