A Stone Left Unturned — Group show curated by Simon Castets
A Stone Left Unturned
Group show curated by Simon Castets
Past: February 1 → March 9, 2013
A Stone Left Unturned is a group show curated by Simon Castets.
Starting in the early 1970s, Yvon Lambert was the first one to introduce conceptual art and minimal art in France through their main American representatives: Lawrence Weiner in 1970, Sol LeWitt the same year, and Carl Andre and Robert Barry in 1971. He thereby managed to build bridges between these pioneer artists, whom he still defends with passion today.
It is in this precise dynamic that the exhibition establishes itself: not only pursuing the conversation both through contrasts and echoes between these two seminal movements, but also highlighting their present resonance in contemporary art.
More than thirty artworks by almost as many artists will be displayed in the entire space of the gallery, in the tradition of group shows programmed at the Yvon Lambert Gallery.
108, rue Vieille du Temple
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Tuesday – Friday, 10 AM – 1 PM / 2:30 PM – 7 PM
Saturday, 10 AM – 7 PM