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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.

View of the exhibition

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

View of the exhibtiion 

 

 

“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

A rare drawing by Jean-Michel Basquiat is estimated at 10 million dollars
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A rare drawing by Jean-Michel Basquiat is estimated at 10 million dollars

Art On Thursday July 2nd, the auction house Philips is organising a sale of works by some of the biggest artists of the 20th century. Among this impressive collection is a drawing by Jean-Michel Basquiat created a year before his death and now worth an estimated 10 million dollars. Part of the proceeds made from its sale will go to The Art of Justice Fund, fighting mass incarceration. On Thursday July 2nd, the auction house Philips is organising a sale of works by some of the biggest artists of the 20th century. Among this impressive collection is a drawing by Jean-Michel Basquiat created a year before his death and now worth an estimated 10 million dollars. Part of the proceeds made from its sale will go to The Art of Justice Fund, fighting mass incarceration.

Who is Mahmood, the Italian pop star who conquered the world?
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Who is Mahmood, the Italian pop star who conquered the world?

Art From his collaboration with Lady Gaga to his trailer for a film that doesn’t exist, Italian artist Francesco Vezzoli has made a career of subverting pop culture and the star system. For Numéro Art, he provocatively styled Italian pop icon Mahmood in the manner of french dandy Robert de Montesquiou. From his collaboration with Lady Gaga to his trailer for a film that doesn’t exist, Italian artist Francesco Vezzoli has made a career of subverting pop culture and the star system. For Numéro Art, he provocatively styled Italian pop icon Mahmood in the manner of french dandy Robert de Montesquiou.

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Cindy Sherman on the cover of Numéro art #6
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Cindy Sherman on the cover of Numéro art #6

Art Discover the summary and the three covers for this summer's issue: Cindy Sherman, cult musician Dev Hynes by Jacolby Satterwhite and Italian pop star Mahmood by Francesco Vezzoli. But also Virgil Abloh, Hito Steyerl… available on news-stands from June 19th. Discover the summary and the three covers for this summer's issue: Cindy Sherman, cult musician Dev Hynes by Jacolby Satterwhite and Italian pop star Mahmood by Francesco Vezzoli. But also Virgil Abloh, Hito Steyerl… available on news-stands from June 19th.

A stolen work by Banksy resurfaces in an Italian loft
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A stolen work by Banksy resurfaces in an Italian loft

Art In January 2019, following a commando operation worthy of a bank robbery including grinders and balaclavas, a work by Banksy painted on a door at the Bataclan in tribute to the victims of the 2015 attacks, was stolen. After a year and a half of searching, the painting has finally been uncovered by police in the attic of an Italian house. In January 2019, following a commando operation worthy of a bank robbery including grinders and balaclavas, a work by Banksy painted on a door at the Bataclan in tribute to the victims of the 2015 attacks, was stolen. After a year and a half of searching, the painting has finally been uncovered by police in the attic of an Italian house.

Allen Jones’s provocative women
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Allen Jones’s provocative women

Art In the 1970s, his provocatively erotic sculptures of women caused uproar, but that didn’t stop Allen Jones, a major figure in British Pop Art, from pursuing his favourite subject in fascinating works that mix painting and sculpture. In the 1970s, his provocatively erotic sculptures of women caused uproar, but that didn’t stop Allen Jones, a major figure in British Pop Art, from pursuing his favourite subject in fascinating works that mix painting and sculpture.