SOLO SHOW - LE RÉEL SUBLIMÉ
Philippe Cognée is the first artist invited to take over the rooms of the Musée de Tessé, Musée des Beaux-Arts du Mans, with a group of more than 40 paintings produced over the last thirty years and grouped around three of the main themes that form the basis of his approach: nature, architecture and the figure.
Musée de Tessé, Le Mans
From May 13 to November 5, 2023
As part of the group show Immortelle at MO.CO, Oda Jaune, Abdelkader Benchamma and Orsten Groom will be exhibiting their work from March 11 to May 7, 2023.
Immortelle offers an ambitious panorama of young French figurative painting. For the first time, the exhibition will be spread over all the art centres and will be organised in two parts.
From March 11 to May 7, 2023
GROUP SHOW - AU-DELÀ: RITUELS POUR UN NOUVEAU MONDE
The group show Au-delà: Rituels pour un nouveau monde will open on February 14, 2023, at Lafayette Anticipations. On this occasion, Jeanne Vicerial will exhibit her work Présence 3 (Totem) curated by Agnes Gryczkowska.
Lafayette Anticipations, Paris
From February 14 to May 7, 2023
GROUP SHOW - PIERRE LOTI, ARPENTER L’INTERVALLE
For the Year of Loti in Rochefort in 2023, Jean-Michel Alberola, accompanied by 9 young artists, proposes to reactivate the thoughts of the writer-traveller. Invited to confront Loti's exotic universe, they will endeavour to give us their own perception of it.
La Corderie Royale de Rochefort, France
From February 10, 2023
GROUP SHOW - LES PROFESSEURS GRIBOUILLENT AUSSI…
As part of the exhibition "Les professeurs gribouillent aussi..." at the Cabinet d'arts graphiques, Philippe Cognée will exhibit an artwork from February 8, 2023.
Cabinets d’arts graphiques, Paris
From February 8 to April 21, 2023
As part of the group show Contours du réel at Topographie de l’Art, James Casebere and Gregory Crewdson will exhibit two artworks each from February 3, 2023.
Topographie de l’Art, Paris
From February 3 to April 5, 2023
As part of the group show De leur temps at the Frac Grand Large, Jean-Michel Alberola, Oda Jaune, Michael Ray Charles and Prune Nourry will exhibit their works from 28 January to 23 April 2023.
Frac Grand Large, France
From January 28 to April 23, 2023
As part of the group show Narrative Threads: Fiber Art Today at the Moody Center for the Arts, Chiharu Shiota and Billie Zangewa will exhibit their works from January 13 to May 13, 2023.
The artists featured in the exhibition speak to contemporary issues of identity, gender, race, sexuality, and power through a medium with deep, multicultural roots that predate written history.
Moody Center for the Arts, Houston
From January 13 to May 13, 2023
SOLO SHOW - Political Animals
On November 20, the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) will open the first U.S. museum exhibition of works by acclaimed Senegalese contemporary artist Omar Ba.
With Omar Ba: Political Animals, the BMA introduces audiences to the incredible conceptual, social, and political relevance of Ba’s oeuvre as well as to his distinct formal approach, which combines the fine detail associated with drawing and the scale and grandeur of history paintings.
Baltimore Museum of Art, United States
Through April 2, 2023
INSTALLATION - An Archaeology of Silence
As an extension of Kehinde Wiley's exhibition, organized at the Fondazione Giorgio Cini during the 59th Venice Biennale, Musée d'Orsay presents three monumental works by the artist in its nave. These artworks deepen the reflection developed around the DOWN series begun in 2008.
From September 13, 2022 to January 8, 2023
Centre Pompidou - Retrospective
The National museum of modern art - Centre Pompidou opened a large-scale retrospective dedicated to Gérard Garouste, one of the most important contemporary French painters and an advocate of uncompromising figuration.
Alongside 120 major paintings, often of very large format, the exhibition provides space for the artist’s installations, sculptures and graphical works. This retrospective enables us to grasp the full richness of the unclassifiable career of artist whose life and enigmatic body of work, governed by study but also by madness, sustain each other in a gripping dialogue.
Centre Pompidou, Paris
From September 7, 2022 to January 2nd, 2023
SOLO SHOW - Make Believe
David LaChapelle’s new exhibition "make Believe" at Fotografiska Museum, mark the artist's first major museum solo exhibition in North America. With over 150 works, the collection highlights LaChapelle’s most iconic images while also presenting new creations for the very first time.
Fotografiska, New York - USA
From Septembre 9, 2022 to January 8, 2023
SOLO SHOW - Eveningside
The exhibition “Gregory Crewdson. Eveningside”, curated by Jean-Charles Vergne, will open on October 12, 2022 in Torino, Italy. Alongside works from his previous series Cathedral of the Pines (2012-2014), An Eclipse of Moths (2018-2019) and earlier minimalist Fireflies (1996) pictures, the internationally-acclaimed American photographer will display a brand new eponymously-titled series of photographs, Eveningside (2021-2022) as the exhibition’s centerpiece.
Gallerie d’Italia, Torino, Italy
From October 12, 2022 to January 22, 2023
INSTALLATION - Saint Amelie
On December 17, The Cité du Vitrail will inaugurate its new space and show, accompaning its collection, the Saint Amelie stained glass by afro-american artist Kehinde Wiley.
Cité du Vitrail de Troyes
From December 17, 2022
INSTALLATION - COVERING LETTER
Jitish Kallat is showing his installation Covering Letter alongside the exhibitionTangled Hierarchy 2, curated by him at the Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2022 . The twinned presentations of Covering Letter and Tangled Hierarchy 2 are presented in close conjunction at TKM Warehouse, Fort Kochi as invited parallel exhibitions at the Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2022.
TKM Warehouse, India
From December 14, 2022 to April 10, 2023
GROUP SHOW - JAPAN. BODY_PERFORM_LIVE
As part of the group exhibition JAPAN. BODY_PERFORM_LIVE at PAC Padiglione d'Arte Contemporanea, the new installation Empty Body by Chiahru Shiota will be exhibited through February 12, 2023.
The exhibition investigates the Japanese contemporary art of the 2000s, focusing on how bodies and performances are connected to society, environment, materiality and technology.
Padiglione d'Arte Contemporanea, Milan
Through February 12, 2023
GROUP SHOW - Architectures impossibles
The work Blue House on Water #2 by James Casebere will be exhibited at the Beau-Arts de Nancy, as part of the exhibition Architectures impossibles, from November 19, 2022. The exhibition, curated by Sophie Laroche, brings together some fifty artists, bringing together more than 150 works of all kinds, from national and international institutions and private collections.
Musée des Beaux-Arts de Nancy, France
From November 19, 2022 to March 19, 2023
SOLO SHOW - Statues Also Breathe
A collaborative exhibition "Statues Also Breathe" just opened at Art Twenty One in Lagos, Nigeria, unveiling a major project honoring the Chibok girls who were kidnapped by Boko Haram from their high school in Northern Nigeria in 2014 — many of whom are still missing. The project comprises 108 portraits in clay, modeled after the missing girls imaged in the style of iconic ancestral Ife heads.
Art Twenty One, Lagos
Through February 4, 2023
GROUP SHOW - Interplay
The exhibition INTERPLAY opened its doors in SITE Santa Fe, featuring Iván Navarro’s "Reality Show (Black)". Although they have only stepped into a simple telephone booth with glass and mirrors, "Reality Show" allows the viewers to feel the mind-bending illusion and sensation of stepping into infinity.
SITE Santa Fe, USA
Through February 13, 2023
SOLO SHOW – Silent Word
Chiharu Shiota has designed an installation made of interwoven threads especially for her new solo exhibition "Silent Words" at Schauwerk Sindelfingen in Germany. The installation with the same name fills the space with letters floating from a centered desk and chair into the sky, stretching over black ropes. The letters expand into the space like a universe of thoughts and emotions, but no one can hear them.
Schauwerk Sindelfingen, Germany
Through October 8, 2023
INSTALLATION - Bangkok Art Biennale
Jitish Kallat presents the sculptural installation Untitled (Two Minutes to Midnight). This large installation draws together two carefully chosen pointers, one from our prehistoric past and the other pointing to a prophesied future. The sculptures are placed on a plinth that echoes the contours of the iconic "Doomsday Clock", which since 1947 pictures a hypothetical human-made global catastrophe as "midnight”. Additionally, he also features a site specific, wallpaper installation titled Integer Studies (Drawing from Life) comprising 365 drawings, produced daily during the pandemic year of 2021.
Museum Siam, Bangkok
From October 22, 2022 to February 23, 2023
GROUP SHOW - De la nature
The Musée de Grenoble invites Philippe Cognée, beside Cristina Iglesias, Wolfgang Laib and Giuseppe Penonefour, whose practices are deeply rooted to the ratio between human and nature.
For Philippe Cognée, the only painter selected, landscape apears in his work as a couterpoint to his famous urban views, expressing an ordered chaos, both original and vital ; wild and threatening.
Musée de Grenoble
From October 22, 2022 to March 19, 2023
INSTALLATION - Biennale Arcipelago Medeterraneo
As part of the Sete-Palermo Festival, Abdelkader Benchamma's solo exhibition Cosma will open on October 22, 2022, with the support of Palazzo Butera and the French Institute of Palermo. This exhibition curated by Federica Fruttero gathers works produced during the artistic residency of the artist in the Palazzo Butera in June 2022.
Church of SS. Eunio e Giulano - Palermo
From October 22 to November 27, 2022
GROUP SHOW - BANGKOK ART BIENNALE
As part of the Bangkok Art Biennale, Chiharu Shiota is exhibiting her installation Eye of the Storm until February 13, 2023.
Queen Sirikit National Convention Center, Bangkok
From October 22, 2022 to February 13, 2023
GALLERY TEMPLON ANNOUNCES THE INTERNATIONALE REPRESENTATION OF THE FRENCH-SENEGALESE ARTIST, ALIOUNE DIAGNE
TEMPLON announces the internationale representation of the French-Senegalese artiste, Alioune Diagne.
Born in 1985 in Fatick, Senegal, Alioune Diagne lives and works between Dakar and Vienne in Isère, France. Graduated in 2008 from the Beau-Arts of Dakar, he immediatly distinguished himself by founding in 2013 a unique mode of expression : the "figuro-abstro", a figurative image created from an infinite number of unique elements.
Templon will present one of his works, "Modou Modou Dakarois", 2019, in Paris+ and will dedicate a solo exhibition to him in January 2023 in its Brussels space.
Since 2011, his work has been the subject of numerous personal and collective exhibitions in Europe, Africa and Asia, including "Sing or Swim", 11th Biennale de Dakar, Senegal, 2014 ; "Itinerary on Colors", Espace Jean Drevon, Saint-Jean-de-Bournay (France), 2014 ; the exhibition outside the walls of Art Basel, 2017, Basel ; "Un nouveau regard", Aosta, Italy, 2017. His work has also been part of the national collection of Senegal since 2019. In 2022, Diagne's work entered the national collection of Senegal and was presented in an exhibition of the Dakar 2022 biennal at the Grand Théâtre de Dakar.
GROUP SHOW - Metal of Honor : Gold from Simone Martini to Contemporary Art
Metal of Honor: Gold from Simone Martini to Contemporary Art explores how four artists, of different times and different places, use gold as an artistic strategy for innovation and honor. For the occasion, Kehinde Wiley presents his artwork The Archangel Gabriel alongside two contemporary painters to elevate and honor the Black men and women they depict.
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston
From October 13, 2022 to January 16, 2023
PERMANENT INSTALLATION - Rumors of War
Kehinde Wiley's "Rumors of War", settled in its permanent home at Virginia Museum of Fine Arts on Arthur Ashe Boulevard. Kehinde Wiley's work is a direct response to Confederate monuments in the United States and explores the politics of representation, race and gender in America.
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, United States
INSTALLATION - L’Amazone érogène
From October onwards, the Great Hall of the Royal Museums will host a monumental work by the multidisciplinary artist Prune Nourry, a rising figure in international contemporary art. L'Amazone érogène, shown for the first time at the Bon Marché rive gauche Paris in 2021, is a work directly linked to her personal fight against breast cancer and is inspired by the mythological figure of the Amazons.
Royal Museums of Fine Arts, Belgium
From October 14, 2022 to February 12, 2023
SOLO SHOW - This is your land
Here, Navarro invokes the iconic form of water towers, closely associated with the skyline of New York City, a city where immigrants from around the world gather in search of a better life. Guthrie’s 1940 song criticized the privatization of resources in the United States that he believed all should have access to, including water. Notably absent from Guthrie’s song is reference to Indigenous Nations' right to this land and critical role in protecting clean water. Ultimately, Navarro’s installation raises questions about how nations linked by colonial histories might reshape their futures.
Iván Navarro - This is your land
Sculpture and Architecture Park, New York
Starting June 25, 2022
GROUP SHOW - Mettre au Monde
"Mettre au monde" questions the complex interaction between creation, begetting, public and private spheres, intimacy and extimacy while questioning the tenuous balance between these worlds in the life of an artist, parent, active and independent evolving notably in the field of visual arts still too little structured in the social support of its actors. The exhibition "Mettre au monde" (Bringing into the world) was created by the curators Amélie Adamo and Lucile Hitier. It supports a selection of artists who have - at some point in their lives - dedicated their work to their family, their child, to the inhabited body, to the nurturing body or to the artistic practice of four hands.
Prune Nourry - Mettre au Monde
From June 23 to January 8, 2023
GROUP SHOW - Respirer l’art, Quand l’art contemporain sublime l’univers du parfum
Olfaction has become a medium of choice for a generation of artists who do not hesitate to collaborate with perfumery professionals and scientists. Indeed, olfaction offers innovative possibilities for contemporary creation. The plant elements used as raw materials in perfumery breathe poetry into ephemeral and even aerial art installations. Other artists evoke the sensuality and fluidity of perfume through creations made of glass. The technical and chemical processes of transforming raw plant materials to obtain perfume have an alchemical character for many artists who, intrigued, integrate them into the heart of their artistic approach.Laboratory glassware, stills and raw materials feed their imagination.
Pierre et Gilles - Respirer l'art, quand l'art contemporain sublime l'univers du parfum
Musée International de la Parfumerie, Grasse
Through March 5, 2023
SOLO SHOW - Arcoss the River
The artist's works touch on central themes of human existence: memory and time, homeland and tradition, life and death. Her installations focuses on the interconnections between humans and the world, linked together through invisible threads symbolizing feelings and inner thoughts.
Landesgalerie Niederoesterreich, Austria
Through January 15, 2023
SOLO SHOW - Abstracto, Branco, Tóxico e Volátil
GROUP SHOW - Lux et Veritas
Kehinde Wiley is presenting artworks on the occasion of the exhibition Lux et Veritas. It explores a transformative period in contemporary art by focusing on a generation of artists of color who attended Yale School of Art for graduate studies between 2000 and 2010 and discovering how they explored with critical complexity their work and their movement through institutional structures.
NSU Art Museum, Fort Lauderdale
From April 2, 2022 to January 8, 2023
GROUP SHOW - Fictions of Emancipation: Carpeaux Recast
Featuring more than 35 works, Fictions of Emancipation: Carpeaux Recast reflect on the role Western art has played in representing misconceptions of racial difference. Kehinde Wiley’s After La Négresse, 1872 (2006), a small-scale editioned bust, transfigure the sculpture to confront the hierarchies of race underpinning Carpeaux’s creation.
The Metropolitan Museum, New York
From March 10, 2022 to March 5, 2023