Matière et Mémoire : la Demeure du Patriarche Ends in about 1 month: November 19, 2013 → January 25, 2014 Rather than simply stacking up memories from exhibitions past, Matter and Memory: the House of the Patriarch takes up the challenge of plotting the course of a long career by following the creative development of the avant-garde artists that Jean-François Jaeger promoted.
Archives Fabienne Verdier — Energy Fields Past: September 21 → November 2 Energy Fields follows an earlier exhibition of her works at the Groeninge Museum in Bruges and the St Jean Hospital Memling Museum as well an exhibition at the Erasmus House in Brussels in homage to the Flemish masters Van Eyck, Van der Weyden, Marmion, Memling and Van der Goes. Two spaces are devoted to a vast installation of innovative works.
Archives Arborescences Past: May 18 → July 20 The group show presents diverse interpretations of the image of the tree with works by artists such as Aguayo, Biberstein, Bissière, Branco, Dubuffet, Zarina, Karavan, Masson, Moser, Shingu, de Staël, Tobey, Verdier and Jiechang.
Archives Paul Wallach — h e r e t o f o r e Past: February 16 → May 11 Jaeger Bucher gallery presents fifteen recent sculptures by Paul Wallach wich invite us into the heart of geometry and its many spatiotemporal landscapes. Volumes in space as much as forms filled with space, his sculptures float weightlessly thanks to their skilfully modelled architectures and geometries.
Archives Susumu Shingu — Au-delà du temps / Beyond Time Past: September 15 → December 15, 2012 A sculptor and researcher, Susumu Shingu creates sculptures that are often monumental, with movements generated by the forces and flows of nature — wind, water, sunlight and gravity. He also works regularly in other artistic disciplines with well-known architects such as Renzo Piano, as well as designers like Issey Miyake.
Archives Fermin Aguayo — Présence habitée — Présence réfléchie Past: May 11 → July 13, 2012 The gallery presents a retrospective exhibition of the Spanish painter Fermin Aguayo entitled “Inhabited Presence, Reflected Presence” at both the right bank and left bank spaces of the Gallery. This exhibition retraces the itinerary of a great painter who died prematurely in 1977 at the age of 51, and whom the gallery has promoted ever since the 1950s.
Archives Miguel Branco — Deserto Past: January 28 → April 21, 2012 As the visitor makes his way through the maze of silent and skilfully constructed installations—with their budhhas, beggars, monks, scribes and butterflies—he will encounter different perceptions and different experiences which will perhaps enable him to feel at one with the world of art and its diverse manifestations.
Archives Yang Jiechang, Tale of the 11th day — exposition en deux volets Past: October 20 → December 30, 2011 Following Yang Jiechang’s solo exhibition “On Ascension” at the gallery in 2008, the gallery presents a two-part exhibition by the artist entitled “Tale of the 11th day” in our two Paris spaces, left and right bank. The two-part exhibition marks our commitment to an artist whose work we have been following for over 20 years.
Archives Yang Jiechang — Tale of the 11th day Past: October 13 → November 26, 2011 The Galerie Jeanne-Bucher presents a selection of exceptional paintings from the 1990s including the 100 Layers of Ink series. Yang Jiechang’s work was shown outside China for the first time in the 1990s, when he became known for the series of works entitled “One Hundred Layers of Ink”.
Archives Figures modernes et contemporaines — Exposition de groupe Past: June 28 → September 30, 2011 Group exhibition of the gallery’s artists with Jean Dubuffet, Günter Haese, Zarina Hashmi, Yang Jiechang, Paul Klee, Rui Moreira, Hanns Schimansky, Susumu Shingu, Pat Steir, Fabienne Verdier, Maria Helena Vieira Da Silva, Paul Wallach.
Archives Zarina Hashmi — Noor Past: March 26 → June 18, 2011 Zarina sera amenée à se déplacer souvent au sein de villes, pays et continents, ce qui imprégnera à jamais son œuvre d’un tissu sophistiqué de diagrammes et cartes incarnant la mémoire d’un lieu, d’un événement, le souvenir d’une atmosphère ou d’un instant. Son art est à la croisée des chemins entre architecture, sculpture et gravure.
Archives Dani Karavan, l’axe majeur — Signature Past: Saturday, May 21, 2011 The Axe Majeur of Cergy-Pontoise, created by Israeli artist Dani Karavan, an urban environmental sculpture of 3 km long is probably one of the largest environmental site specific sculpture in the world, to be created over a span of 30 years. During this signature, different models, photographs and a movie will be shown in the gallery.
Dani Karavan, l’axe majeur Past: Saturday, May 21, 2011 The signature at the gallery will follow a two day international conference about "What is the Fate of Public Art ?” for which registration is required on www.colloqueartpublic.com Lecture
Dani Karavan, l’axe majeur Past: Saturday, May 21, 2011 4 PM → 6 PM Signature de l’ouvrage en présence de l’artiste et de l’auteur. Meeting
Archives Exposition de groupe des artistes de la galerie Past: January 22 → March 19, 2011 Group exhibition of the gallery’s artists : modern and contemporary works. Aguaya, Bissière, Jean Dubuffet, Michael Biberstein, Günter Haese, Zarina Hashmi, Asger Jorn, Paul Klee, Rui Moreira, Paul Rebeyrolle, Antoni Segui, Pat Steir, Fabienne Verdier, Yang Jiechang, Vieira da Silva, Paul Wallach.
Archives Pat Steir : Paint Past: October 9, 2010 → January 8, 2011 Pat Steir’s great art lies in the delicate interaction between the forces of gravity and the properties inherent in paint. The precarious equilibrium of the fragile oscillations depends on the quantity, consistency and substance of paint, thus determining its flow and plasticity.
Archives Hanns Schimansky — La Ligne Claire Past: May 29 → September 25, 2010 For his solo show, entitled _La Ligne Claire_, Hanns Schimansky is showing 55 drawings made between 2007 and 2010. These drawings, written as much as drawn, attempt to capture and extend the present moment, to mirror the rhythm of the universe. Using and provoking the idea of chance, he metaphorically slows the head…
Archives Rui Moreira — Inner Monsoon Past: March 20 → May 22, 2010 Portuguese artist Rui Moreira, born 1971, works exclusively on paper, his chosen medium for translating physical and mental experiences. This exhibition, Inner Monsoon, is his first in France. It presents a series of ’inner landscapes’, three groups of works on paper, figurative and abstract, with a unity of flow and movement.
Archives Paul Wallach — Falling Up Past: January 23 → March 13, 2010 American artist Paul Wallach is showing some twenty recent works for his first extensive Parisian exhibition entitled _Falling Up_. His sculptures are exempt of narrative content. With very few means, they emerge off the wall at a dynamic point and unfold in space, as if suspended in dialogue with it. After an exten…
Archives Fabienne Verdier — Peinture Past: October 23, 2009 → January 9, 2010 The exhibition presents some forty new works by the French painter Fabienne Verdier. Including large scale canvases, inks and pastels on paper, the exhibition sets out to explore three themes: Lines space-time, Branching, and Incandescence (tribute to Flemish Masters). Known for her ten-year apprenticeship in Ch…