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SPACES: PARC MONCEAU, PARIS

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Spring is coming!

EXHIBITION: TOBIAS MADISON AT FRANCESCA PIA

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For his first solo exhibition at Francescoa Pia Gallery, Tobias Madison is presenting a new body of work, all untitled, 2015.Made out of wood, polyurethane and epoxy resin they are framing or supporting structures for dried up iodine. The works present themselves as a problem: They 
 cleanse but stain, they kill but cure, they […]

EXHIBITION: OSCAR TUAZON AT LE CONSORTIUM, DIJON

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© le consortium Until May 17th 37 Rue de Longvic 21000 Dijon

“NOTYPE” OPENING ON SUNDAY MARCH 8 AT CORNER DOOR, LOS ANGELES

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NOTYPE What moves a spirit to inhabit a building? Join us this Sunday as Bea Schlingelhoff opens a non-denominational, secular space of worship at Corner Door*. A dysfunctional storefront church without a congregation, the room has been prepared nonetheless as a space for reflection, awaiting visitation, the back wall cut away to reveal a double […]

PLACES: THE CORTOT ROOM BY AUGUSTE PERRET

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In 1929, concerned with giving his students a place for artistic expression and performance Alfred Cortot commissioned a concert hall by Auguste Perret, the architect known for conceiving the Théâtre des Champs Elysées. The Cortot room plays an integral role in the l’École Normale de Musique de Paris and can hold 400 attendees. Mostly wooded, It has […]

LAUNCH: THE MAGAZINE OCTOPUSNOTES 4 AT CASTILLO/CORRALES

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octopusnotes is a magazine that promotes Contemporary Art and Art History research. Each publication is composed of three collections. The first collection is a “thesis,” recently defended, focusing on Contemporary Art History. The second collection, entitled “comments,” is dedicated to artists’ interviews or talks. For the third collection, “notes,” octopusnotes invites an artist to conceive […]

SCULPTURE: THE GRAVE OF PHILIPPE LE HARDI

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artists: Jean de Marville, Claus Sluter and Claus de Werve, 1381-1410. 1 rue de Rameau Musée des beaux-arts de Dijon 21000 Dijon