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Baselitz - The retrospective

20 Oct 2021 - 7 Mar 2022

"Georg Baselitz – The retrospective" is the first exhaustive exhibition of the German artist in the Centre Pompidou. It brings together his masterpieces of the last six decades in chronological order, revealing his most striking creative periods: from the first paintings and the Pandemonium manifesto in the early 1960s to the Heroes series; from the Fractured compositions and the inverted motifs of 1969, including the successive groups of works for which the artist experimented in masterly fashion with new pictorial techniques featuring varied aesthetics, sustained by references to the history of art and his intimate knowledge of the work of many artists, such as Edvard Munch, Otto Dix and Willem de Kooning, through to the “Russian Paintings” and the self-reflexive creations entitled "Remix" and "Time".

Further Information www.centrepompidou.fr

 

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THE MOROZOV COLLECTION.

ICONS OF MODERN ART

 

Vincent van Gogh
Seascape at Saintes-Maries, Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, 1888
Oil on canvas
44,5 × 54,5 cm
Pushkin Museum, Moscow

 

Henri Matisse
Fruit and Bronze,
Issy-les-Moulineaux, 1910
Oil on canvas
91 × 118.3 cm
Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow
© Succession Ivan Morozov


The Landmark Exhibition is the Second in the Icons Of Modern Art Series,
Organized by the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Partnership with the State Hermitage Museum, the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts and the Tretyakov Gallery

On view through February 22th, 2022, this major international exhibition will bring together in Paris 200 masterpieces from the French and Russian modern art collection of the brothers Mikhaïl and Ivan Morozov. This will be the first time the collection has traveled outside of Russia since its creation at the turn of the 20th century. The landmark exhibition is the second in the ICONS OF MODERN ART series, organized by the Fondation Louis Vuitton in partnership with the State Hermitage Museum (Saint-Petersburg), the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts (Moscow) and the State Tretyakov Gallery (Moscow).  It follows the Fondation Louis Vuitton’s influential SHCHUKIN COLLECTION exhibition (2016), which attracted 1.3 million visitors, and continues the Fondation’s series dedicated to prominent collectors and pioneering patrons of modern art, which has also included The Courtauld Collection, A Vision for Impressionism (2019). Further Information www.fondationlouisvuitton.fr

 

Copyright Text: Fondation Louis Vuitton
 


A New Contemporary Art Museum in the Heart of Paris

Bourse de Commerce - Pinault Collection

Tadao Ando Architect & Associates, Niney and Marca Architectes,

Agence Pierre-Antoine Gatier

Photo Marc Domage

A New Step in François Pinault’s Cultural Project

 

The Bourse de Commerce —Pinault Collection, a new museum in the network of sites and initiatives developed since 2006 by François Pinault, will open its doors in the spring of 2021, in the heart of Paris. The Bourse de Commerce will offer a glimpse of the collection of contemporary works that François Pinault has built up for over forty years, through a programme of exhibitions and events. As a new Parisian museum, in which this assemblage, which is unique in the world, can be seen, understood, and appreciated, the Bourse de Commerce, restored and transformed by the architect Tadao Ando, with Lucie Niney and Thibaut Marca of the NeM agency and Pierre-Antoine Gatier, opens up an original dialogue between heritage and contemporary creation. Further Information www.pinaultcollection.com/fr/boursedecommerce

 

Copyright Text: The Bourse de Commerce —Pinault Collection (CLAUDINE COLIN COMMUNICATION)


L'Atelier des Lumières in Paris

Die Kunsthalle L'Atelier des Lumières im 11. Arrondissement.                                                         Foto/Archiv: Patricia Sigerist
Die Kunsthalle L'Atelier des Lumières im 11. Arrondissement. Foto/Archiv: Patricia Sigerist

Salvador Dalí, Vestiges ataviques après la pluie, 1934, huile sur toile, 65 x 54 cm, Perls Gallery, New York, photo: © Bridgeman Images; La tentation de Saint-Antoine, 1946, huile sur toile, 89,5 x 119,5 cm, Musées Royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, Bruxelles, photo: © Akg-images Gala Placidia, Galatée aux sphères, 1952, huile sur toile, 65 x 54 cm, Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí - Pour toutes les œuvres de Salvador Dalí : © Salvador Dalí, Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí, ADAGP 2020 © Culturespaces / Nuit de Chine

Die nächste Ausstellung steht unter dem Motto:


Dalí, the endless enigma

 

Sobald die Pandemie es zulässt, kann man bis 2. Januar 2022 in die Gemälde von Salvador Dalí eintauchen.

 

Eigentlich kennt man große Lichtinstallation, die zum Beispiel auf Häuserfassaden projiziert werden, von verschieden Stadtfesten die dadurch ein Jubiläum oder Großereignis untermauern. Aber das man eine alte Gießerei durch Videoprojektoren und neuster 3D-Technik Gemälde berühmter Großmeister der bildenden Kunst wieder zum Leben erweckt, ist neu. So geschehen in der französischen Hauptstadt. Seit April 2018 ist Paris um eine Attraktion reicher. Im 11. Arrondissement entstand das erste Zentrum für digitale Kunst. In der Kunsthalle L'Atelier des Lumières kann der Besucher mithilfe neuester digitaler 3D-Technik und 140 Laser-Videoprojektoren auf (und über) 10 Meter hohe Wände über die 3.300 Quadratmeter große Fläche projizierte Kunstwerke blicken. Eine panoramische Show durch den Raum, zu einer Tonspur von Musik unterschiedlicher Komponisten, die durch 50 Lautsprechern, das 3D-visuelle Erlebnis ergänzen. Mehr Information unter www.atelier-lumieres.com

 

Copyright Text: Patricia Sigerist