Abdelkader Benchamma
Jim Dine
Jan Fabre

Inauguration de la Fondation Helenis GGL - Group show

For its inauguration, the Helenis GGL Foundation in Montpellier is hosting four personalities from the contemporary art world: Abdelkader Benchamma, Jim Dine, Jan Fabre and Marlène Mocquet. Each of the four artists will present an artwork for the event - which will open the season in what aims to become one of the city's major cultural centres.

Inauguration -  October 2020


Iván Navarro

Les Extatiques - Group Show

For ‘Les Extatiques’ in 2020, Ivan Navarro will present an original artwork untitled ‘Mélusine’ commissioned by la Défense for the group show. The upcoming collaboration is a reinterpretation of a renown ancient legend. At heart of the middleage-based myth written by Jean d’Arras in 1392, Mélusine is a hybrid, half woman, half aquatic snake. She was sentenced to eternal wandering, while both haunting and protecting populations for decades. Navarro uses the dichotomic figure of Mélusine to rethink the deficiency of our memory, our relation to storytelling and the ambivalence between truth and appearances.

Paris La Défense (Hauts-de-Seine)
From June 25 to October 4

Norbert Bisky

The latest exhibition of Norbert Bisky at the galerie Templon, is travelling to Poitiers.


As of mid-June, the Galerie Templon’s latest exhibition of works by the artist, will travel to Le Confort moderne, a former industrial building turned into a trending place for the cultural life of Poitiers. In this new series, Bisky has chosen to swap the pastel blue of his skies for darker hues and the luminous smiles of his models for more serious expressions. His baroque scenes feature bronzed models who bring to mind the communist propaganda which marked the artist's youth in GDR. Alongside them are the night birds, hipsters and outsiders who populate the streets of Berlin Friedrichshain every evening, drifting among the post-industrial facades that characterise the district, a favourite haunt of the city's denizens of the night. 

From June 15 to August 25, 2020
185 Rue du Faubourg du Pont Neuf, 86000 Poitiers


Julião Sarmento

The closing line also opens – Group show

In an group exhibition dedicated to Florentine Renaissance drawing and its Iberian extensions, Julião Sarmento’s work will be presented at the Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga (MNAA) in Lisboa.Sarmento’s drawings impact on the balance of temporality,  as well as on thematic and stylistic sequences that we might establish between artists belonging to a common cultural background. He has developed a long theory on linear images, as well as on interrupted or suspended actions. Julião Sarmento’s works are not studies, they are finished works. By reversing the Renaissance rules, they present the non finito as finito.

From May 18 to July 26
Rua das Janelas Verdes 1249-017 Lisboa


Philippe Cognée

Paysages Révélés – Solo Show

Come enjoy the new Philippe Cognée’s exhibition untitled ‘’Paysages Révélés’’. Located at the Domaine de Chaumont-Sur-Loire, France, with about 30 paintings displayed in the western and southern wings of the castel. You will be able to discover all kinds of landscapes : from cultured fields to wild meadows, trees, and deep forest… sometimes seen from a train window. The show will be on view until the end of the year.

From May 15 to the end of December, 2020
Domaine Régional de Chaumont-Sur-Loire
41150 Chaumont-Sur-Loire


Norbert Bisky
Jim Dine
Billie Zangewa

Templon launches a new viewing room

We invite you to experience our new online viewing room for an immersive visit of our Paris and Brussels spaces.
Currently on view: Norbert BiskyDesmadre BerlinJim DineThe Classic Prints, and Billie ZangewaSoldier of Love.
Click on the link below and on each work to explore!


Jan Van Imschoot

De Nacht, Group Show

This spring, the Expo Hall at de Warande in Turnhout, Belgium, will host a group exhibition on a theme everyone is somehow familiar with: the night.
Before artificial light was introduced, nights were intrinsically related to darkness. Day and night were two utterly separate worlds. The night then looked like a parallel universe, with its own rituals, smells and sounds, where one could escape everyday reality, social conventions and hierarchies. Even today we still experience the night-time as a special moment. On their side, artists are often inspired by this realm which is both familiar and mysterious.
Participating artists : Nel Aerts, Fred Bervoets, John Bijnens, David Claerbout, Felix De Clercq, Bieke Depoorter and Mattias De Craene, Danny Devos, Brecht Evens, Francisco Goya, Joris Ghekiere, Harry Gruyaert, Soham Gupta, Dr. Hugo Heyrman, Wouter Huis, Pieter Jennes, Natasja Kensmil, Frans Masereel, Laetitia Molenaar, Andreas Mühe, Hans Op de Beeck, Thomas Ruff, Stefan Serneels, George Shiras, Ben Sledsens, Helmut Smits, Léon Spilliaert, Dennis Tyfus, Nele Van Canneyt, Fik van Gestel, Jan Van Imschoot, Johannes Vogl, Peter Waterschoot, Kohei Yoshiyuki.

De Warande Expo Hall, Turnhout, Belgium
From March 29 to August 16, 2020


Jitish Kallat

Jitish Kallat: Return to Sender - Solo Show

The Frist Art Museum presents Return to Sender, an exhibition of immersive installations created by the celebrated Indian artist Jitish Kallat. The dramatic works, which engage both mind and body, are inspired by historic messages that reveal the best and worst of humanity.
The show brings together two different types of correspondence that collectively provoke a reflection on our world. Continuing his interest in the epistolary mode, Kallat will exhibit a new project titled Covering Letter (terranum nuncius) (2019) alongside his widely exhibited Covering Letter (2012).

Frist Art Museum, Nashville, US
March 13–June 28, 2020


Kehinde Wiley

Kehinde Wiley: The Yellow Wallpaper, Solo show

Kehinde Wiley’s upcoming show Kehinde Wiley: The Yellow Wallpaper at the William Morris Gallery in Walthamstow, north east London, is the first solo exhibition of new work shown by Wiley at a public institution in the UK. It will be also the first Wiley’s exhibition to feature exclusively female portraits: Wiley’s striking subjects are women the artist encountered on the streets of Dalston, east London.

William Morris Gallery, Walthamstow, UK
From February 22 to May 25, 2020


Jonathan Meese

Lolita (R)evolution (Rufschädigendst) - Ihr Alle seid die Lolita Eurer Selbst! – Theatre play

World-class visual artist Jonathan Meese will present a play in collaboration with the Theater Dortmund, Germany. On the basis of  the controversial and world-famous novel “Lolita” by the Russian novelist Vladimir Nabokov, the « evolutionary » piece which he will direct, do the set and costume design will premiere on 15 February 2020.

February 15, March 21, April 3, April 25, May 16, 2020


The Kid

Galerie Templon represents The Kid

Galerie Templon announces the representation of international artist Robin Kid a.k.a. THE KID.
Born in 1991, THE KID is a self-educated multi-disciplinary artist with Dutch and Brazilian roots and a true citizen of the world. His work restlessly questions the notions of social determinism and the thin frontier between innocence and corruption for today’s youth in the polarized world of 21st century.
Through photo-realistic and thought-provoking wall size paintings as well as life size sculptures, THE KID has gathered in only a few years as much attention of an informed public as well as of collectors and institutions in Paris, Basel or Miami.
The gallery shall present an important new piece at FIAC in October 2020. The artist will have a major solo show in May 2021 at the gallery, in the space of rue du Grenier Saint-Lazare.


THE KID in front of Not Normal, 2019 © THE KID


Jim Dine
Oda Jaune
Pierre et Gilles

HEART - Romanticism in Contemporary Art

Le Musée de la Vie romantique presents a selection of around 40 art works by thirty contemporary artists on the representation of heart as an expression of the feeling of love, echoing one of the main themes of Romanticism.
This exhibition aims to open the cultural program of the museum beyond the nineteenth century by exploring the continuation of Romanticism in contemporary art, in resonance with the museum’s collections. The heart as an organ, motif and symbol is presented here through various techniques: painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, neon and photography.
In addition to the emblematic figures of Niki de Saint Phalle, Jim Dine, Annette Messager, Sophie Calle, Pierre and Gilles, Jean-Michel Othoniel and Françoise Pétrovitch, visitors will be able to discover about twenty other artists in this exhibition. 

Musée de la Vie romantique, Paris, France
February 14 - July 12, 2020


Kehinde Wiley

Kehinde Wiley’s appointment as Chevalier of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres

On the occasion of the opening celebration for Jacques-Louis David Meets Kehinde Wiley at the Brooklyn Museum, NY, Kehinde Wiley will be the protagonist of an intimate ceremony where he will be presented with the insignia of Chevalier of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres.

Brooklyn Museum, New York, US
Wednesday 12 February 2020


Photo © Tony Powell


Jim Dine

Jim Dine – Solo show

The Palazzo delle Esposizioni presents the work of one of the greatest American artists, a man whose radical and innovative oeuvre had a major impact on contemporary visual culture, particularly on the Italian visual culture of the 1960s.

The exhibition showcases over 60 works dated 1959 to 2016, coming from public and private collections both in Europe and in the United States. An exhaustive iconographical apparatus on the famous Happenings accompanied by a narrative in Jim Dine's own voice. And a selection of video interviews will allow visitors to draw closer to the figure of this great artist.

From February 11 to June 2, 2020
Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome, Italy


Jan Van Imschoot

Poetic Faith – Group show

A person can never perceive truth and fiction at the same time. But there is such a thing as ‘poetic faith’ or the ‘suspension of disbelief’. While reading a novel or watching a film, we ‘believe’ in the story, however implausible it might seem. ‘Poetic faith’ is considered an essential ingredient for storytelling of any kind.

The exhibition ‘Poetic Faith’ can be seen as a tribute to the power of, and belief in, the imagination. With work by Jan Van Imschoot, Shikh Sabbir Alam, Marie Cloquet, Leo Copers, Hanne Darboven, Markus Degerman, Joseph Grigely, Jorge Macchi, Bruce Nauman, Navid Nuur, Panamarenko, Giulio Paolini, Mandla Reuter, Jason Rhoades, Gil Shachar, Nedko Solakov, Birde Vanheerswynghels, Tamara Van San and Philippe Van Snick.

From February 8 to May 3, 2020
S.M.A.K., Gent, Belgium


Billie Zangewa

ALPHA CRUCIS – Group show

Alpha Crucis exhibition at Astrup Fearnley Museet gathers seventeen artists from seven African countries – a constellation of artists from the South, brought into northern sight—among which, Billie Zangewa, from Malawi.
The seventeen artists gathered here originate from numerous countries, belong to different generations and have diverse practices. But what they all have in common is that, living in Africa, they are all able to see Alpha Crucis. Can this be seen as a symbol of hope for a pan-African utopia, in which, despite antagonisms, all African countries look in the same direction towards the same guiding light, and do not need to look north when making their art?

From 31 January to 17 May, 2020


Gérard Garouste

Gérard Garouste - Solo Show

Under the patronage of the Ministry of Culture, the French Institute and with the support of private sponsors, Gérard Garouste's retrospective at the National Gallery of Modern Art in New Delhi will be an unparalleled opportunity to discover the artist's imaginary and historical repertoire - which includes, among its sources of inspiration, myths and legends, religion and folklore. The exhibition will feature over sixty paintings covering 40 years of creation, from 1980 to 2019.

From 28/01/2020 to 30/04/2020


Kehinde Wiley

Jacques-Louis David Meets Kehinde Wiley– Solo show

Kehinde Wiley’s triumphant Napoleon Leading the Army over the Alps (2005), a hallmark of the collection of the Brooklyn Museum, comes face to face with the nineteenth-century painting on which it is based: Jacques-Louis David’s Bonaparte Crossing the Alps (1800–1). Seen together, the works by David and Wiley reveal how race, masculinity, power, and representation layer onto portraiture and shape the writing of history. 

Brooklyn Museum, New York, United States
January 24–May 10, 2020


Iván Navarro
In collaboration with DOMINIQUE PERRAULT 

As part of its artistic and cultural brief, GRAND PARIS EXPRESS has announced that Iván Navarro will be one of its guest artists, working with architect Dominique Perrault (DPA) on the future Villejuif-Institut Gustave Roussy station.

Grand Paris Express is Europe’s largest urban infrastructure project, with 200-km of new automated metro lines and 68 new stations to build by 2030, designed by influential modern architects. As part of this unprecedented urban transformation project, and to promote the emergence of a unified city-wide identity, Société du Grand Paris (SGP) has launched a major arts programme under the direction of José-Manuel Gonçalvès.

Each new station will be the setting for a lasting artistic intervention, fruit of the convergence between two creative worlds, architect and artist working in tandem. The programme will lead to the creation of a vast body of multi-disciplinary art, with an impact simultaneously local and city-wide.

Iván Navarro and Dominique Perrault are one of the first architect-artist pairs to be announced. They will work together on the Villejuif Institut-Gustave Roussy station, collaborating on a project focused on sensations of depth and the interplay of light.



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