As a pioneer of West Coast conceptualism, Ruppersberg has mined the fields of American popular culture and mass media for over forty years, amassing a personal collection of newspaper clippings, photographs, posters, records, and other ephemera from previous eras. Approaching these findings as source material, Ruppersberg often uses these items as the conceptual starting point […]
Last saturday felt like summer, I decided to spend the day out of Paris. Versailles seemed perfect for that. From 17 June to 2 November 2014, the Korean artist Lee Ufan exhibits new works in the gardens.
This week on the blog we listened Blue Monday by New Order; we visited Frances Stark At Galerie Buchholz in Köln; we discovered the blog I am a washing machine blog of the young photographer Ioana Hercberg; we passed by London to see Kai Althoff‘s show at Michael Werner Gallery; we suggested to assist to […]
TODAY AT 7PM 80 rue Julien Lacroix – 75020 Paris A presentation & reading by Gerry Bibby Berlin-based artist Gerry Bibby has commissioned himself to conceive a sign design for castillo/corrales, Section 7 Books and Paraguay Press, an umbrella under which the building on 80, rue Julien Lacroix (including its guest room & office upstairs) […]
Having turned into a heavily opinionated and high-strung personality, which seems to brood with anger that unloads fast, Kai Althoff wishes to create an antidote to this state of mind, by work that aesthetically calms the soul and seeks to feed a notion of shelter in an elegance reflecting the utilization of art in the […]
Ioana Hercberg, a young Frenchwoman, left Paris for New York City a few years ago. Ever since I’ve known her, she has held a camera, photographing friends, trips and places. So many pictures, and that’s how her blog “I am a washing machine” started. I really enjoy her universe, how it is full of colour, […]