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The private opening of Julian Schnabel’s exhibition at the Almine Rech Gallery

 

On the occasion of the opening of Julian Schnabel’s new exhibition at the Almine Rech Gallery, this Sunday in Paris, discover the personalities attending and the new paintings of the great American artist.

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Julian Schnabel

Almine Rech and Samia Hetzler

Vito Schnabel

Tatiana Lisovskaya

Scarlett Johansson and Romain Dauriac

Emmanuelle Seigner

Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi

Roman Polanski and a friend

Nicolas Trembley and a friend

Jack Lang and Thomas Dryll

Joachim Pissarro

Guillaume Houzé

Alessandra Borghese and Alessandra d’Urso

Julien Meert, Jean-Baptiste Bernadet and Bernard Ruiz-Picasso 

Antoine de Pins et Marie-Alice Laffont

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“Jack Climbed Up the Beanstalk to the Sky of Illimitableness Where Everything Went Backwards” of Julian Schnabel

Galerie Almine Rech, 64, rue de Turenne, Paris IIIe

Until 14 of November, 2015

Revolution at Britain’s biggest art prize
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Revolution at Britain’s biggest art prize

Art With an unexpected twist in the contemporary art world, this year’s Turner Prize - Britain’s most prestigious art prize since its creation 35 years ago - went to all four nominees. An unprecedented decision in response to an explicit request made by the artists themselves. With an unexpected twist in the contemporary art world, this year’s Turner Prize - Britain’s most prestigious art prize since its creation 35 years ago - went to all four nominees. An unprecedented decision in response to an explicit request made by the artists themselves.

The Bourse de Commerce: a guided tour of the new Pinault Collection
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The Bourse de Commerce: a guided tour of the new Pinault Collection

Architecture Numéro art took a preview visit to François Pinault’s new Parisian museum, which will officially open its doors in June 2020 in the Les Halles neighbourhood. This spectacular feat aligns the magnificent renovation of an impressive heritage building with a radical realisation by the architect Tadao Ando. Numéro art took a preview visit to François Pinault’s new Parisian museum, which will officially open its doors in June 2020 in the Les Halles neighbourhood. This spectacular feat aligns the magnificent renovation of an impressive heritage building with a radical realisation by the architect Tadao Ando.

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What future for contemporary art? Pace Gallery's president answers
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What future for contemporary art? Pace Gallery's president answers

Art New York's Pace Gallery, which next year will celebrate its 60th birthday, has just opened a brand-new Chelsea space. Numéro Art spoke to Pace's president, Marc Glimcher, about this vast new bulding, as well as his predictions for the future of the art business in our age of Instragram and mega-museums.  New York's Pace Gallery, which next year will celebrate its 60th birthday, has just opened a brand-new Chelsea space. Numéro Art spoke to Pace's president, Marc Glimcher, about this vast new bulding, as well as his predictions for the future of the art business in our age of Instragram and mega-museums. 

Giuseppe Penone's forest
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Giuseppe Penone's forest

Art Since his début in the 1960's, the italian artists has marked the history of art with work that makes us rethink the link between man and nature. On the occasion of his piece “Matrice di linfa” being shown at Paris's Palais d'Iéna (by Galerie Marian Goodman for FIAC), Numéro Art visited his sylvan estate near Turin. Since his début in the 1960's, the italian artists has marked the history of art with work that makes us rethink the link between man and nature. On the occasion of his piece “Matrice di linfa” being shown at Paris's Palais d'Iéna (by Galerie Marian Goodman for FIAC), Numéro Art visited his sylvan estate near Turin.

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Bill Skarsgård pays tribute to Francis Bacon in an exclusive video

Art Exclusively for Numero art, the actor Bill Skarsgård, who played the child-killer clown Pennywise in the “It” films, poses in digitally revisited versions of some of the Francis Bacon paintings currently on display at the Centre Pompidou, which is showing a major retrospective of the late artist’s works realized between 1971 and 1992. Exclusively for Numero art, the actor Bill Skarsgård, who played the child-killer clown Pennywise in the “It” films, poses in digitally revisited versions of some of the Francis Bacon paintings currently on display at the Centre Pompidou, which is showing a major retrospective of the late artist’s works realized between 1971 and 1992.

Bill Skarsgård pays tribute to Francis Bacon in an exclusive story for Numéro art
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Bill Skarsgård pays tribute to Francis Bacon in an exclusive story for Numéro art

Art Exclusively for Numero art, the actor Bill Skarsgård, who played the child-killer clown Pennywise in the “It” films, poses in digitally revisited versions of some of the Francis Bacon paintings currently on display at the Centre Pompidou, which is showing a major retrospective of the late artist’s works realized between 1971 and 1992. Exclusively for Numero art, the actor Bill Skarsgård, who played the child-killer clown Pennywise in the “It” films, poses in digitally revisited versions of some of the Francis Bacon paintings currently on display at the Centre Pompidou, which is showing a major retrospective of the late artist’s works realized between 1971 and 1992.



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