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Depuis 1999, Kamel Mennour présente au sein de ses quatre espaces parisiens (47, rue Saint-André des Arts, 5&6 rue du Pont de Lodi et 28 Avenue Matignon) le travail d’une quarantaine d’artistes contemporains, jeunes et internationalement consacrés.

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Since 1999, Kamel Mennour presents in his four Parisian galleries (47, rue Saint-André des Arts, 5&6 rue du Pont de Lodi and 28 Avenue Matignon)

Depuis 1999, Kamel Mennour présente au sein de ses quatre espaces parisiens (47, rue Saint-André des Arts, 5&6 rue du Pont de Lodi et 28 Avenue Matignon) le travail d’une quarantaine d’artistes contemporains, jeunes et internationalement consacrés.

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Since 1999, Kamel Mennour presents in his four Parisian galleries (47, rue Saint-André des Arts, 5&6 rue du Pont de Lodi and 28 Avenue Matignon)

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SHEN YUAN’s solo exhibition, "Angling", curated by Hou Hanru, is on view at the Red Brick Art Museum in Beijing until Fe...
06/02/2023

SHEN YUAN’s solo exhibition, "Angling", curated by Hou Hanru, is on view at the Red Brick Art Museum in Beijing until February 26, 2023.

This exhibition showcases six of Shen Yuan's installation works, five of which were created between 2019 and 2022, which was a significant period in the artist’s personal life. The works on show resort to scenes of everyday life and intimate details of the body. They appear open, soft, fluid, and almost shapeless, with hundreds of "floating" and quasi invisible elements…

Photo. Red Brick Art Museum

LE SALON DE MUSIQUEFirst movementCurated by Christian Alandete & Emma-Charlotte Gobry-Laurencin With Baya, John Cage, Eu...
04/02/2023

LE SALON DE MUSIQUE
First movement

Curated by Christian Alandete & Emma-Charlotte Gobry-Laurencin

With Baya, John Cage, Eugène Carrière, Valentin Carron, Latifa Echakhch, Douglas Gordon, Petrit Halilaj, Wassily Kandinsky, Alicja Kwade, Bertrand Lavier, Matthew Lutz-Kinoy, Man Ray, Judit Reigl, Robin Rhode

3 February - 18 March 2023

6 rue du Pont de Lodi, Paris

For this first movement, gallery Mennour is turning itself into a Music Room, bringing in a range of its artists around the visual potentialities of sound with a selection of works from the 1900s to the present. Eugène Carrière’s young violinist is here in dialogue with Baya’s musicians; Latifa Echakch’s drummer’s abandoned materials resonate with Valentin Carron’s smashed instruments; Bertrand Lavier’s ‘Fauvist’ cello vibrates with Petrit Halilaj’s ocarinas; Alicja Kwade’s brass instrument constructions get in tune with Robin Rhode’s piano keys; Man Ray’s metronomic eye harmonises with the conductor’s hands filmed by Douglas Gordon; and the score borrowed by Matthew Lutz-Kinoy from a deaf Ludwig Van Beethoven resonates with John Cage’s 4’33’’ of silence.

LIAM EVERETT’s new solo exhibition, "the sun is their drum", is now on view 5 rue du Pont de Lodi, Paris 6, until 18 Mar...
03/02/2023

LIAM EVERETT’s new solo exhibition, "the sun is their drum", is now on view 5 rue du Pont de Lodi, Paris 6, until 18 March 2023.

Join us for the opening tonight from 6 pm to 8 pm!

"What do you have, Liam Everett asked me recently, when the world falls away? When the ground, the sky, the trees, your home, the chair you’re sitting on, the table before you, all of it, when it all ceases to exist? Not nothing – never nothing – but space, at least. Expansive space. And possibility. Into that space something else can emerge."
— Jonathan Griffin

HICHAM BERRADA’s new solo show, "Vestiges", is now open 47 rue Saint-André-des-Arts, Paris 6, and will run until 18 Marc...
03/02/2023

HICHAM BERRADA’s new solo show, "Vestiges", is now open 47 rue Saint-André-des-Arts, Paris 6, and will run until 18 March 2023. Join us for the opening tonight from 6 pm to 8 pm!

For “Vestiges”, his third exhibition at the gallery, Berrada invites us to contemplate printed circuits in a process of metamorphosis. Users are more or less unaware of them, but printed circuits are a crucial element of many aspects of our lives, centralising and directing the connections in the indispensable technology that we use every day. They are the heart—made of metals, such as silver, copper, palladium, platinum and gold—of our computers and our mobile phones and, due to their complexity, monuments in themselves to human thought. Unfortunately, printed circuit boards are ephemeral monuments: where are the cell phones of yesterday? The obsolescence of electronic components keeps pace with technological progress, and planet Earth is riddled with the dead weight of the superseded elements as they revert to pure materiality: assemblages of various metals and alloys in variable forms.
In response to this phenomenon, Hicham Berrada explores three different media to evoke three physical states and temporalities. […]

— Alexandra Khazina
Translated by Jeremy Harrison

LEE UFAN • Last days to discover the major retrospective exhibition dedicated to Lee Ufan at the Hyogo Prefectural Museu...
02/02/2023

LEE UFAN • Last days to discover the major retrospective exhibition dedicated to Lee Ufan at the Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art in Kobe, Japan, on view until February 12, 2023.

It covers his early works from the late 1960s to his latest works showcasing a whole new scope of art. As Lee has mainly exhibited overseas since the beginning of the 2000s, this is his long-awaited full-scale solo exhibition in Japan since 2005.


Photo. Shu Nakagawa

UGO RONDINONE • For its third annual Open Invitation exhibition on view from January 26 to June 19, 2023, the MAH has in...
01/02/2023

UGO RONDINONE • For its third annual Open Invitation exhibition on view from January 26 to June 19, 2023, the MAH has invited artist Ugo Rondinone to take over its building and collection to create a unique aesthetic experience. Ugo Rondinone is recognised as one of the major voices of his generation, an artist who composes searing meditations on nature and the human condition while establishing an organic formal vocabulary that fuses a variety of sculptural and painterly traditions. His art of chosen connection and affinity is now carried out at the scale of the museum. Rondinone orchestrates a dialogue that brings together more than five hundred pieces from the museum’s collection and his own work.

Rondinone's "when the sun goes down and the moon comes up" invites us on a journey through the looking glass. Struck by the symmetry and majesty of the MAH’s building, designed by architect Marc Camoletti, he saw that the location could create similarities and opposites between two recognised Swiss artists who are well represented in the museum’s collection. A three-way dialogue with the work of Ferdinand Hodler (1853-1918) and Félix Vallotton (1865-1925) is forged, calling together pieces from the museum’s collection (paintings, sketches, everyday objects) and Rondinone’s own work. The result is a surprising narrative and artistic trajectory that plunges us into a nocturnal universe and its hidden side (hence the exhibition’s title). The exhibition is a meditation on the elemental forces of the human psyche, the proximity of Eros and Thanatos, and the latent presence of Romanticism in our relationship with the world.

Photos by Stefan Altenburger. © Musée d’art et d’histoire de Genève.

MOHAMED BOUROUISSA • We are thrilled to announce Mohamed Bourouissa’s upcoming solo exhibition at the LaM in Villeneuve ...
31/01/2023

MOHAMED BOUROUISSA • We are thrilled to announce Mohamed Bourouissa’s upcoming solo exhibition at the LaM in Villeneuve d'Ascq from September 29, 2023 to January 21, 2024. The show will be curated by Marie-Amélie Senot (Contemporary Art, LaM).

In addition to photography, which is Mohamed Bourouissa’s favourite means of expression, the artist also explores drawing, sculpture and video. His work blurs the boundaries between fiction and documentary, seeking to take stock of present-day social realities through observation of society from its margins.
In this exhibition, organized in partnership with the Palais de Tokyo (Paris), the artist will question our contemporary society’s relationship with authority, control, confinement and surveillance.

Photo. DR

Thank you  for this portrait taken in Ouidah - Benin 🇧🇯 when we were visiting
29/01/2023

Thank you for this portrait taken in Ouidah - Benin 🇧🇯 when we were visiting

UGO RONDINONE • We are very happy to announce Ugo Rondinone’s new solo exhibition "when the sun goes down and the moon c...
24/01/2023

UGO RONDINONE • We are very happy to announce Ugo Rondinone’s new solo exhibition "when the sun goes down and the moon comes up" at the Museum of Art and History of Geneva from January 26 to June 18, 2023.

How is a place, an experience, a way of seeing radically reinvented ? That is the question Ugo Rondinone explores in this exhibition. For the third annual Open Invitation, the artist has taken over the museum’s building and collection to create a web of unexpected connections and echoes. Staging his own work in conversation with Ferdinand Hodler and Félix Vallotton in particular, all while responding to the museum’s architecture, he presents a journey through appearances and takes us to the other side of the looking glass. This is an intimate, night-time voyage into the psychology of the human condition filled with contrasts. the sun and the moon, Rondinone’s emblematic and dramatic sculptures, punctuate the trajectory and guide visitors in an exploration of the great matters of our relationship to the world : love, desire, death and nature call to each other and clash in a wide-ranging and surprising orchestration.

Image © Ugo Rondinone

LAST DAYS to visit our current exhibitions! On view until January 28. Valentin Carron, "Bonjour Monsieur Serpent !", 5 r...
24/01/2023

LAST DAYS to visit our current exhibitions! On view until January 28.

Valentin Carron, "Bonjour Monsieur Serpent !", 5 rue du Pont de Lodi, Paris 6
The exhibition is a landscape of tender, caustic sculptures, a new series that sees the return of the sculptor’s hand and a more intimate turn in his practice.

Ymane Chabi-Gara, "Un petit morceau d’étoffe violette", 47 rue Saint-André-des-Arts, Paris 6
After being awarded many international prizes, Ymane Chabi-Gara presents for her first solo exhibition a new series of works made in 2022 that deal with the experience of the body faced with a world saturated with objects.

Alberto García-Alix, "Lo que queda por venir", 6 rue du Pont de Lodi, Paris 6
"Lo que queda por venir" [What is yet to come] celebrates the twenty years of our relationship and friendship, through some of the images that marked the beginning of our shared adventure.
— Alberto García-Alix

From Saudi Arabia, Kamel Mennour talked to Anissa Mekhaldi for  about the great cultural growth in the region."Ten of ou...
23/01/2023

From Saudi Arabia, Kamel Mennour talked to Anissa Mekhaldi for about the great cultural growth in the region.

"Ten of our artists recently participated to Noor Festival, curated by Hervé Mikaeloff, Dorothy Di Stefano and Jumana Ghouth. The cultural development in the region has been remarkable these years and I feel grateful, as art professional and lover, that all the events help changing the perception on the region."

Happy Chinese New Year! We wish you a Happy Spring Festival and a Year of the Rabbit filled with health, joy and prosper...
22/01/2023

Happy Chinese New Year! We wish you a Happy Spring Festival and a Year of the Rabbit filled with health, joy and prosperity!


Matthew Lutz-Kinoy, Plates of Paradise, 2022. Detail.
Installation of 80 glazed earthenware plates. Each plate: Ø 30,5 cm

ALBERTO GARCÍA-ALIX •  ・・・From our sister publication Art in America: Alberto García-Alix’s photographs from the 1980s a...
19/01/2023

ALBERTO GARCÍA-ALIX •
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From our sister publication Art in America: Alberto García-Alix’s photographs from the 1980s and ’90s capture Spanish outcasts and rebels as their unabashed selves.⁠

Featuring those on the margins of post-Franco Spanish society of which the artist was and is a part, these shots capture his friends, lovers, and others in personal ways.⁠

The artist’s relative isolation from his contemporaries, like Nan Goldin and Robert Mapplethorpe, though, is also what makes his work from them interesting from a sociological viewpoint, as they capture a less familiar scene of cultural change, inspired by the punk movements of the US and the UK.⁠

García-Alix is still quite unknown in the Anglosphere, even though his pictures from that time (as well as his current work) showcase his ability both to evoke feeling and document the times.⁠

Check the link in our bio to learn more about his life and work.⁠

📸: Alberto García-Alix: "Peor Imposible," 1988, silver gelatin print, 11 by 11 inches.⁠
Credit: Photo archives kamel mennour/Courtesy the artist and kamel mennour, Paris/©Alberto García-Alix, Adagp, Paris, 2022⁠

[ID: A black-and-white group portrait depicts members of a band posed against a wall outside. The ground they stand on is littered with some trash and leaves. There is text overlaid on the image that says: ARTnews: In Stylish Photographs, Alberto García-Alix Captured Spain’s Outcasts and Lesser-Known Youth Rebellion. García-Alix is still quite unknown in the Anglosphere, even though his pictures from that time (as well as his current work) showcase his ability both to evoke feeling and document the times.]

MARYAN’s solo exhibition "My Name is Maryan", curated by Alison M. Gingeras and Noa Rosenberg (Assistant curator: Nathal...
18/01/2023

MARYAN’s solo exhibition "My Name is Maryan", curated by Alison M. Gingeras and Noa Rosenberg (Assistant curator: Nathalie Andrijasevic) is on view at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art until May 27. The exhibition is in collaboration with MOCA North Miami.

The exhibition "My Name is Maryan" offers viewers an opportunity to reencounter the astounding body of work by the artist Maryan S. Maryan (Pinkas Bursztyn, 1927-1977), following his life and career through Poland, Auschwitz, Jerusalem, Paris and New York. Maryan is considered among the most important artists to deal with the fate of humans in the second half of the 20th century. Arriving alone in Israel after the Holocaust, he spent three years studying art at Bezalel in Jerusalem. In 1950 he left for Paris, where he found acclaim as an artist working in an expressionist idiom. In the 1960s he moved to New York and became involved with the Beat movement. Throughout four decades of fervent artistic creation, he formulated a distinctive language in painting, drawing, sculpture and film, until his sudden death at 50, in his studio at the Chelsea Hotel.
This is Maryan’s second retrospective at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art (the first was in 1979, two years after his death). It honors an artist who was active in the country for only a short while, preserving his place in the history of Israeli art.

Photo: Elad Sarig

INVITATION / YMANE CHABI-GARA • On the occasion of Ymane Chabi‑Gara’s first solo exhibition at the gallery, we are pleas...
18/01/2023

INVITATION / YMANE CHABI-GARA • On the occasion of Ymane Chabi‑Gara’s first solo exhibition at the gallery, we are pleased to invite you to a talk about the artist and her work with Ymane Chabi-Gara and painter Marc Desgrandchamps on Tuesday 24 January at 6:30pm, 47 rue Saint-André-des-Arts, Paris 6.

ALBERTO GARCÍA‑ALIX’s solo exhibition "Lo que queda por venir" is ending soon! Do not miss this celebration of 20 years ...
17/01/2023

ALBERTO GARCÍA‑ALIX’s solo exhibition "Lo que queda por venir" is ending soon! Do not miss this celebration of 20 years of collaboration with the the master photographer, on view 6 rue du Pont de Lodi, Paris 6, until January 28, 2023.


Rossy de Palma, 1987. Black and white silver gelatin print. 46 x 40 cm
Rossy de Palma, 1987. Black and white silver gelatin print, 19,5 x 19,8 cm

HICHAM BERRADA Bourse de Commerce]・・・Promenez-vous dans les... bains de produits chimiques.Au 1er étage de la ,  présent...
15/01/2023

HICHAM BERRADA

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・・・
Promenez-vous dans les... bains de produits chimiques.

Au 1er étage de la , présente sa vidéo "Présages". Sur un immense écran, le visiteur est invité à découvrir un paysage en mutation. Ce paysage, l'obtient en introduisant liquides, cristaux et matières organiques dans un bécher, et en filmant l'évolution de ces microcosmes.

🌍 Talk a walk in the... chemical baths.

On the 1st floor of the museum, presents his video "Presages". On a giant screen, the public will discover a changing landscape. This landscape, creates it by introducing liquids, crystals and organic matters in a beaker, and by filming the evolution of these microcosm.

Such a beautiful museum    Bravo bravo
10/01/2023

Such a beautiful museum Bravo bravo

ATLANTIC -  C’est la meilleure galerie !!!! Exposition Georges Adeagbo - « Ouidah d’hier et Ouidah d’aujourd’hui « Bravo...
10/01/2023

ATLANTIC - C’est la meilleure galerie !!!! Exposition Georges Adeagbo - « Ouidah d’hier et Ouidah d’aujourd’hui « Bravo bravo Bravo C’est unique et magnifique !!

ATLANTIC  -  C’est la meilleure galerie !!!!   Exposition Georges Adeagbo -  « Ouidah d’hier et Ouidah d’aujourd’hui « B...
10/01/2023

ATLANTIC - C’est la meilleure galerie !!!! Exposition Georges Adeagbo - « Ouidah d’hier et Ouidah d’aujourd’hui « Bravo bravo Bravo C’est unique et magnifique !!

PETRIT HALILAJ  ・・・The sky remains painted for another yearThe artist Petrit Halilaj has decided to donate his work to t...
09/01/2023

PETRIT HALILAJ
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The sky remains painted for another year

The artist Petrit Halilaj has decided to donate his work to the State Art Collection of the Republic of Kosovo, which we have decided to keep on display until the end of 2023.

Thanks to Petrit for his work and international success, as well as for his generosity and the example given for the enrichment of the state collection of artworks.

Photos by Patrik Domi

ALICJA KWADE • Happy birthday my dear Alicja! Throwback to last October for the opening of your amazing installation "Au...
07/01/2023

ALICJA KWADE • Happy birthday my dear Alicja! Throwback to last October for the opening of your amazing installation "Au cours des mondes" curated by Jérôme Sans, on Place Vendôme in Paris, during the week of Paris+ par . Wishing you many more great projects and achievements!

7 Questions for Parisian Dealer Kamel Mennour on the Expanding Horizon of Digital Platforms • Catalyzed by pandemic lock...
06/01/2023

7 Questions for Parisian Dealer Kamel Mennour on the Expanding Horizon of Digital Platforms • Catalyzed by pandemic lockdowns, the gallery's online viewing room has expanded its reach—and helped redefine the possibilities of digital art platforms.

"I know that Millennial collectors, who were born with the internet, with a phone in their hand, and who buy online as [frequently] as I pick up my kids at school, are the great collectors of tomorrow. Indeed, the numbers speak for themselves: 91% of Millennial collectors buy art online."

"We launched the OVR website during Covid-19 restrictions, at first to maintain activity for our artists who were severely affected by the lockdowns. We were indeed astonished by the immediate support from visitors and collectors; we even witnessed immediate online sales in the very first moments after the launch. We are pleased that these then-new digital habits continue to live on beyond the crisis period."

Read the full story on

Photo 1: Luxproductions.com / Jean-Francois Jaussaud

ALBERTO GARCÍA‑ALIX’s solo exhibition ‘Lo que queda por venir’ is on view 6 rue du Pont de Lodi, Paris 6, until January ...
05/01/2023

ALBERTO GARCÍA‑ALIX’s solo exhibition ‘Lo que queda por venir’ is on view 6 rue du Pont de Lodi, Paris 6, until January 28, 2023.

Born in León (1956), Alberto García-Alix moves to Madrid at the age of eleven. He receives his first camera in 1975, a Canon FTB, as a Christmas gift from his parents. From the very start, more than a hobby, photography is a vocation. He begins to photograph his life and his surroundings at a historic turning point for Spain: following the death of the dictator Franco, the democratic transition proved to be a time of great political, social and cultural turmoil.

Self-taught, he bears witness to his own life and the world around him: an eager youth yearning for freedom. Over a decade, Madrid becomes the birthplace and home to this upheaval. La Movida triggers an outburst. A youthful convulsion takes shape and paves the way towards modernity that will, in time, affect all layers of Spanish society.

Rejecting the label of spokesman photographer of La Movida, Alberto García-Alix evolves within this community. His work during that time reveals an intimate practice of documentary photography, in line with August Sander, Diane Arbus or Anders Petersen. Here, the moment is not "decisive" as in the case of Henri Cartier-Bresson, the images are not taken "on the run". His compositions, with their striking diagonals and contrasts of light, are orchestrated with patience and skill. His gaze is always frontal, direct, confrontational – in his own words, that of a fighter: "A portrait is a confrontation, a challenge. The pressure of the unspeakable that wants to be said. The camera turns me into a cyclops, with one single longing eye".

YMANE CHABI-GARA • Welcome inside the studio of Ymane Chabi-Gara in Montreuil! Do not miss her solo exhibition "Un petit...
04/01/2023

YMANE CHABI-GARA • Welcome inside the studio of Ymane Chabi-Gara in Montreuil! Do not miss her solo exhibition "Un petit morceau d'étoffe violette", currently on view 47 rue Saint-André-des-Arts, Paris 6, until January 28, 2023.

Isolation, solitude, the body in relation to the world and to the condition of being social are the main subjects of Ymane Chabi-Gara’s paintings. They represent individuals, alone or in small groups, in universes and situations that mirror their interiority. Domestic spaces and industrial wastelands serve as a support for the narrative, guided by formal and colored impressions. At first, a very detailed drawing determines the structure of the composition. Then the experience of painting for its own sake, opens sensitive and pictorial possibilities. The body, always at the center of her preoccupations, serves as a point of convergence towards which all experience tends and finds meaning. The body of others but also, recently, her own body. This staging of herself touches both the singularity of the intimate and the solitude as an archaic and universal feeling.

Photos 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 by Jean Cador

LEE UFAN • Discover the major retrospective exhibition dedicated to Lee Ufan at the Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art in K...
03/01/2023

LEE UFAN • Discover the major retrospective exhibition dedicated to Lee Ufan at the Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art in Kobe, Japan, on view until February 12, 2023.

It covers his early works from the late 1960s to his latest works showcasing a whole new scope of art. As Lee has mainly exhibited overseas since the beginning of the 2000s, this is his long-awaited full-scale solo exhibition in Japan since 2005.

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UGO RONDINONE & LATIFA ECHAKHCH • Last days to visit the group exhibition "BAKSTEEN | BRICK" in Kunsthal KAdE, Amersfoor...
02/01/2023

UGO RONDINONE & LATIFA ECHAKHCH • Last days to visit the group exhibition "BAKSTEEN | BRICK" in Kunsthal KAdE, Amersfoort, The Netherlands, featuring Ugo Rondinone and Latifa Echakhch.

The exhibition, curated by Judith van Meeuwen, pays tribute to this material with works by more than fifty artists, architects and designers from the Netherlands and abroad. In new and existing work they show the beauty and expressiveness of fired stone. On view until January 8, 2023.


Ugo Rondinone, achtundzwanzigsteraugustzweitausendundneunzehn, 2019. Oil on burlap. 250 x 440 x 45 cm
Photos by Peter Cox

MARYAN was born on this day in 1927. His work is currently on view in the solo exhibition "My Name is Maryan", curated b...
01/01/2023

MARYAN was born on this day in 1927. His work is currently on view in the solo exhibition "My Name is Maryan", curated by Alison M. Gingeras and Noa Rosenberg (Assistant Curator: Nathalie Andrijasevic) at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art until 27 May 2023.
 
Photo 3: Maryan in his New York Chelsea Hotel apartment studio, 1974. Photo courtesy of Susan Wiley

Je vous souhaite une belle année 2023   Avec de la santé et de l’amour ….  Dessin ✍️ d’Elyas Mennour
31/12/2022

Je vous souhaite une belle année 2023 Avec de la santé et de l’amour …. Dessin ✍️ d’Elyas Mennour

2022 • As today is the last day of the year, let’s remember some of the events that shaped this year: our two national p...
31/12/2022

2022 • As today is the last day of the year, let’s remember some of the events that shaped this year: our two national pavilions at di Venezia (France with Zineb Sedira and Switzerland with Latifa Echakhch), including the special mention from the Jury to Zineb Sedira, Noor Riyadh Festival, the amazing installation by Alicja Kwade on Place Vendôme (curated by Jérôme Sans), new artists joining the gallery (Eugène Carrière, Ymane Chabi-Gara, Jean Degottex, Dhewadi Hadjab, Maryan and Judit Reigl), the opening of Lee Ufan Arles and the Anish Kapoor foundation in Venice, the first edition of Paris+ par and all the fairs, our collaboration with Pierre Yovanovitch for our online viewing room "Un printemps rue Beauregard"… and so many more!

Looking forward to spending 2023 with you!

Photo 1: Annik Wetter
Photo2: Thierry Bal
Photo 3: Andrea Avezzù - Courtesy La Biennale di Venezia
Photo 8: David Levene

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Depuis 1999, Kamel Mennour présente au sein de ses trois espaces parisiens (47, rue Saint-André des Arts, 6 rue du Pont de Lodi et 28 Avenue Matignon) le travail d’une trentaine d’artistes contemporains, jeunes et internationalement consacrés ; et ouvre cet automne un quatrième lieu à Londres dans le quartier de Mayfair, au 51 Brook Street. ——— Since 1999, Kamel Mennour presents in his three parisian galleries (47, rue Saint-André des Arts, 6 rue du Pont de Lodi and 28 Avenue Matignon) the works of more than thirty different young contemporary artists who are internationally recognized ; and opened in 2016 a fourth space in London, in Mayfair at 51 Brook Street. ———

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From Saudi Arabia, Kamel Mennour talked to Anissa Mekhaldi for about the great cultural growth in the region.

"Ten of our artists recently participated to Noor Festival, curated by Hervé Mikaeloff, Dorothy Di Stefano and Jumana Ghouth. The cultural development in the region has been remarkable these years and I feel grateful, as art professional and lover, that all the events help changing the perception on the region."

Happy Chinese New Year! We wish you a Happy Spring Festival and a Year of the Rabbit filled with health, joy and prosperity!


Matthew Lutz-Kinoy, Plates of Paradise, 2022. Detail.
Installation of 80 glazed earthenware plates. Each plate: Ø 30,5 cm

ALBERTO GARCÍA-ALIX •
・・・
From our sister publication Art in America: Alberto García-Alix’s photographs from the 1980s and ’90s capture Spanish outcasts and rebels as their unabashed selves.⁠

Featuring those on the margins of post-Franco Spanish society of which the artist was and is a part, these shots capture his friends, lovers, and others in personal ways.⁠

The artist’s relative isolation from his contemporaries, like Nan Goldin and Robert Mapplethorpe, though, is also what makes his work from them interesting from a sociological viewpoint, as they capture a less familiar scene of cultural change, inspired by the punk movements of the US and the UK.⁠

García-Alix is still quite unknown in the Anglosphere, even though his pictures from that time (as well as his current work) showcase his ability both to evoke feeling and document the times.⁠

Check the link in our bio to learn more about his life and work.⁠

📸: Alberto García-Alix: "Peor Imposible," 1988, silver gelatin print, 11 by 11 inches.⁠
Credit: Photo archives kamel mennour/Courtesy the artist and kamel mennour, Paris/©Alberto García-Alix, Adagp, Paris, 2022⁠

[ID: A black-and-white group portrait depicts members of a band posed against a wall outside. The ground they stand on is littered with some trash and leaves. There is text overlaid on the image that says: ARTnews: In Stylish Photographs, Alberto García-Alix Captured Spain’s Outcasts and Lesser-Known Youth Rebellion. García-Alix is still quite unknown in the Anglosphere, even though his pictures from that time (as well as his current work) showcase his ability both to evoke feeling and document the times.]
MARYAN’s solo exhibition "My Name is Maryan", curated by Alison M. Gingeras and Noa Rosenberg (Assistant curator: Nathalie Andrijasevic) is on view at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art until May 27. The exhibition is in collaboration with MOCA North Miami.

The exhibition "My Name is Maryan" offers viewers an opportunity to reencounter the astounding body of work by the artist Maryan S. Maryan (Pinkas Bursztyn, 1927-1977), following his life and career through Poland, Auschwitz, Jerusalem, Paris and New York. Maryan is considered among the most important artists to deal with the fate of humans in the second half of the 20th century. Arriving alone in Israel after the Holocaust, he spent three years studying art at Bezalel in Jerusalem. In 1950 he left for Paris, where he found acclaim as an artist working in an expressionist idiom. In the 1960s he moved to New York and became involved with the Beat movement. Throughout four decades of fervent artistic creation, he formulated a distinctive language in painting, drawing, sculpture and film, until his sudden death at 50, in his studio at the Chelsea Hotel.
This is Maryan’s second retrospective at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art (the first was in 1979, two years after his death). It honors an artist who was active in the country for only a short while, preserving his place in the history of Israeli art.

Photo: Elad Sarig
INVITATION / YMANE CHABI-GARA • On the occasion of Ymane Chabi‑Gara’s first solo exhibition at the gallery, we are pleased to invite you to a talk about the artist and her work with Ymane Chabi-Gara and painter Marc Desgrandchamps on Tuesday 24 January at 6:30pm, 47 rue Saint-André-des-Arts, Paris 6.
ALBERTO GARCÍA‑ALIX’s solo exhibition "Lo que queda por venir" is ending soon! Do not miss this celebration of 20 years of collaboration with the the master photographer, on view 6 rue du Pont de Lodi, Paris 6, until January 28, 2023.


Rossy de Palma, 1987. Black and white silver gelatin print. 46 x 40 cm
Rossy de Palma, 1987. Black and white silver gelatin print, 19,5 x 19,8 cm

HICHAM BERRADA

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Promenez-vous dans les... bains de produits chimiques.

Au 1er étage de la , présente sa vidéo "Présages". Sur un immense écran, le visiteur est invité à découvrir un paysage en mutation. Ce paysage, l'obtient en introduisant liquides, cristaux et matières organiques dans un bécher, et en filmant l'évolution de ces microcosmes.

🌍 Talk a walk in the... chemical baths.

On the 1st floor of the museum, presents his video "Presages". On a giant screen, the public will discover a changing landscape. This landscape, creates it by introducing liquids, crystals and organic matters in a beaker, and by filming the evolution of these microcosm.

Such a beautiful museum Bravo bravo
ATLANTIC - C’est la meilleure galerie !!!! Exposition Georges Adeagbo - « Ouidah d’hier et Ouidah d’aujourd’hui « Bravo bravo Bravo C’est unique et magnifique !!
ATLANTIC - C’est la meilleure galerie !!!! Exposition Georges Adeagbo - « Ouidah d’hier et Ouidah d’aujourd’hui « Bravo bravo Bravo C’est unique et magnifique !!
PETRIT HALILAJ
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The sky remains painted for another year

The artist Petrit Halilaj has decided to donate his work to the State Art Collection of the Republic of Kosovo, which we have decided to keep on display until the end of 2023.

Thanks to Petrit for his work and international success, as well as for his generosity and the example given for the enrichment of the state collection of artworks.

Photos by Patrik Domi
ALICJA KWADE • Happy birthday my dear Alicja! Throwback to last October for the opening of your amazing installation "Au cours des mondes" curated by Jérôme Sans, on Place Vendôme in Paris, during the week of Paris+ par . Wishing you many more great projects and achievements!

7 Questions for Parisian Dealer Kamel Mennour on the Expanding Horizon of Digital Platforms • Catalyzed by pandemic lockdowns, the gallery's online viewing room has expanded its reach—and helped redefine the possibilities of digital art platforms.

"I know that Millennial collectors, who were born with the internet, with a phone in their hand, and who buy online as [frequently] as I pick up my kids at school, are the great collectors of tomorrow. Indeed, the numbers speak for themselves: 91% of Millennial collectors buy art online."

"We launched the OVR website during Covid-19 restrictions, at first to maintain activity for our artists who were severely affected by the lockdowns. We were indeed astonished by the immediate support from visitors and collectors; we even witnessed immediate online sales in the very first moments after the launch. We are pleased that these then-new digital habits continue to live on beyond the crisis period."

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ALBERTO GARCÍA‑ALIX’s solo exhibition ‘Lo que queda por venir’ is on view 6 rue du Pont de Lodi, Paris 6, until January 28, 2023.

Born in León (1956), Alberto García-Alix moves to Madrid at the age of eleven. He receives his first camera in 1975, a Canon FTB, as a Christmas gift from his parents. From the very start, more than a hobby, photography is a vocation. He begins to photograph his life and his surroundings at a historic turning point for Spain: following the death of the dictator Franco, the democratic transition proved to be a time of great political, social and cultural turmoil.

Self-taught, he bears witness to his own life and the world around him: an eager youth yearning for freedom. Over a decade, Madrid becomes the birthplace and home to this upheaval. La Movida triggers an outburst. A youthful convulsion takes shape and paves the way towards modernity that will, in time, affect all layers of Spanish society.

Rejecting the label of spokesman photographer of La Movida, Alberto García-Alix evolves within this community. His work during that time reveals an intimate practice of documentary photography, in line with August Sander, Diane Arbus or Anders Petersen. Here, the moment is not "decisive" as in the case of Henri Cartier-Bresson, the images are not taken "on the run". His compositions, with their striking diagonals and contrasts of light, are orchestrated with patience and skill. His gaze is always frontal, direct, confrontational – in his own words, that of a fighter: "A portrait is a confrontation, a challenge. The pressure of the unspeakable that wants to be said. The camera turns me into a cyclops, with one single longing eye".

YMANE CHABI-GARA • Welcome inside the studio of Ymane Chabi-Gara in Montreuil! Do not miss her solo exhibition "Un petit morceau d'étoffe violette", currently on view 47 rue Saint-André-des-Arts, Paris 6, until January 28, 2023.

Isolation, solitude, the body in relation to the world and to the condition of being social are the main subjects of Ymane Chabi-Gara’s paintings. They represent individuals, alone or in small groups, in universes and situations that mirror their interiority. Domestic spaces and industrial wastelands serve as a support for the narrative, guided by formal and colored impressions. At first, a very detailed drawing determines the structure of the composition. Then the experience of painting for its own sake, opens sensitive and pictorial possibilities. The body, always at the center of her preoccupations, serves as a point of convergence towards which all experience tends and finds meaning. The body of others but also, recently, her own body. This staging of herself touches both the singularity of the intimate and the solitude as an archaic and universal feeling.

Photos 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 by Jean Cador
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