From 07.04.2021 – 06.03.2022 the Borusan Contemporary Art Center, exhibits “Les Abîmes”, 2006 by Hervé HEUZÉ. “Hervé HEUZÉ places at the center of his work a monument made of mesh, which stretches deep in the sea, rising towards the surface like woven pyramids of fishnets, with threads that get tangled as it approaches the light. HEUZÉ unites two abimes, namely those that expand from the surface to the bottom of the sea and from the horizon to the uppermost level of the atmosphere.” Text written by Borusan Contemporary
Collect, the first art magazine in Belgium reviews Christophe AVELLA-BAGUR’s solo exhibition titled The Mourners” in Palais in Arlon, Belgium (1 illustration).
Jean-Luc and Takako Richard are very pleased to announce that they represent Thomas ZITZWITZ born in 1964 in Sindelfingen, Germany. He got an international recognition for his Abstract Spray Paintings. He regularly exhibits in major european capitals as well as in the United States. His works are in the collections AXA, Kolumba Museum Cologne, Museum Wurth…
The National Museum Berlin presents The Gods threw the Dogs a Bone, a group show curated by John Hodany gathering Lucio Auri, George Barber, Birte Bosse, Maria Bajt, Kuno Ebert, Sven-Ole FRAHM, John Hodany and Jennifer Jordan, starting Sunday, May 30, 2021.
The Palais of the City of Arlon, Belgium, will present a solo exhibition of Christophe AVELLA-BAGUR titled “Les Pleureuses” from June 4 to July 16, 2021.
Paintings by Rémy HYSBERGUE and Joseph NECHVATAL will be presented on the exhibition entitled “Programmed Obsolescence” under the direction of Camille Debrabant at the Musée d’Art Moderne et Contemporain des Sables d’Olonne from October 16, 2021. The exhibition will continue at the Musée de l’Hospice Saint-Roch in Issoudun from February 11 to May 8, 2022.
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Alain KIRILI on May 19, 2021 in New York, at the age of 74. Born in 1946 Alain KIRILI is known for his sculptures in wrought iron, but also in plaster. Classified as Post-Minimalist, he freed himself from it and highlighted sensuality, spontaneity and improvisation with more complex aesthetics. Together with Ariane, he contributed a lot to sharing his passion for free jazz by organizing regular concerts in his loft in Tribeca. Ron GORCHOV and Alain KIRILI offered a beautiful exhibition at Galerie Richard, Paris, from October 19 to December 30, 2009 entitled “Celebration of the hand: the art of Ron Gorchov and Alain Kirili”.
Jean-Luc and Takako Richard are very happy to announce that they represent Rémy HYSBERGUE. Born in 1967 in Valenciennes, Rémy HYSBERGUE is one of the most important abstract painter of his generation in France. He exhibited in Galerie Jean Brolly and Nancy Hoffman Gallery. His works are in the collections of Fonds National d’Art Contemporain, the collections of several FRAC, the Oohara Museum in Japan.
The annual Glass House Summer Party and benefit Auction provides critical funding towards the preservation of their site. Linda BESEMER and the gallery will present Twisty Glitch Black, 2016, first Glitch painting. The auction will be live Friday, May 28, Saturday, June 12 @ 4pm EST.
The Museum Pfalzgalerie in Kaiserlautern, Germany, just purchased a large painting by Rainer GROSS “Munteanu Twins” from 1998, 244 x 244 cm. Dr. Buhlmann, the museum Director and Rainer GROSS pictured here with the painting at his Cologne studio last year.