Festival d’Automne à Paris Ends in about 1 month: September 13, 2013 → January 12, 2014 Forty places in Paris and the wider region are joining this new edition of the Festival. Nomadic by nature but this year building more alliances than ever, the Festival unites around supported projects and is producing a growing number of partners who share the same wish for creation and opening to the world.
Archives Jennifer Allora & Guillermo Calzadilla — Hope Hippo, Apotome, 3 Past: September 13 → October 16 Jennifer Allora & Guillermo Calzadilla present two new films: Apotomē and 3. The performance Hope Hippo, presented at the Venice Biennale of 2005, is also reactivated in the Grande Galerie de l’Evolution at the Museum national d’Histoire naturelle.
Archives Bande à part Past: June 22 → July 27 Bande à Part offers a selection of videos by artists of the gallery that were not or scarcely presented to the public before. Four monitors invite the spectator to navigate through the works. One can follow the program, or choose one’s own trajectory.
Archives Les Trois Grâces Past: May 4 → June 15 The subject of The Three Graces has framed countless images, both known and fantasized. With no pretention of creating a scientific or museum exhibition, it is a contemporary reading of this subject, as old as the world.
Archives Haegue Yang — Ovals and Circles Past: March 16 → April 27 With Ovals and Circles, Haegue Yang presents a new body of works introducing different forms of language and materials that seem distant from her well-known works composed of venetian blinds. Nevertheless, her interest in movement continues and emerges as a leitmotif in her current interest.
Archives Clément Rodzielski Past: January 26 → March 9 The Chantal Crousel Gallery hosts Clément Rodzielski’s second exhibition, after his 2011 exhibition at la Douane. Before one can even imagine how they might be used, work begins at invervals on all the aluminum plates together. Two effects achieved: reflections and arabesques.
Archives Alain Séchas Past: December 1, 2012 → January 19, 2013 “Just as I took possession of the lithe, mute-faced cat-men and of flirtatious Martian women, whose spiraling movements I arrested in a comical or moving way, I am taking possession of vertical canvas stretchers, oil paints, brushes, and strokes” — Alain Séchas, 2012.
Archives Gabriel Orozco Past: September 7 → October 20, 2012 Gabriel Orozco has been a renown figure of the international art scene since the early 1990s. An artist in constant movement, with no fixed studio space, he draws his inspiration from the sites he passes through and rejects the idea of national or regional identity.
Archives Superbody Past: June 23 → July 28, 2012 The Gallery Chantal Crousel is pleased to announce its group show, superbody.
Archives Jean-Luc Moulène — Fénautrigues Past: April 26 → June 16, 2012 Jean-Luc Moulène’s latest exhibition at Galerie Chantal Crousel offers a selection of photographs of the landscapes of Fénautrigues, a small village in the department of Lot and the cradle of the artist’s family. During fifteen years between 1991 and 2006, as seasons went by, Jean-Luc Moulène paced up and down the tracks of this small territory of 5 km2.
Archives Claire Fontaine Past: March 10 → April 21, 2012 Claire Fontaine uses her freshness and youth to make herself a whatever-singularity and an existential terrorist in search of subjective emancipation. She grows up among the ruins of the notion of authorship, experimenting with collective protocols of production, détournements, and the production of various devices for the sharing of intellectual and private property.
Archives Heimo Zobernig Past: January 21 → March 3, 2012 Two spaces for an exhibition, one expects for an intervention playing on both spaces simultaneously, even a re-duplication. This time at the Chantal Crousel Gallery, the doubling is not so evident. In appearance, one space, La Douane is dedicated to video works and sculptures while a recent series of paintings is on display at the rue Charlot space.
Archives Reena Spaulings — ;-) Past: December 10, 2011 → January 14, 2012 La Galerie Chantal Crousel est heureuse d’accueillir la seconde exposition personnelle du collectif new-yorkais Reena Spaulings. Reena Spaulings fut d’abord connu sous la forme d’un personnage de fiction, une jeune femme évoluant dans la scène artistique new-yorkaise des années 2000, d’après une nouvelle éponyme publiée en 20041.
Archives Wolfgang Tillmans Past: October 20 → December 3, 2011 Over the past 20 years, Tillmans has redefined photography and the way it is presented. Known in the early 1990s for his seemingly casual images of the world he inhabited, his work reassessed photographic conventions and reflected the culture and identity politics of the time, capturing the fragility of human life and focusing on everyday objects.
Archives Melik Ohanian — Days, I See what I Saw and what I will See Past: September 10 → October 8, 2011 Dans la continuité de l’approche conceptuelle du cinéma de Melik Ohanian, « Days, I See what I Saw and what I will See », est l’expérience d’une représentation continue de l’espace et d’une représentation discontinue du temps. Les deux versions du film ont été tourné pendant 11 jours dans un Camp de travailleurs à Sajaa.
Archives Anri Sala Past: May 14 → July 30, 2011 Sound and music have an important place in the work of the artist. Anri Sala searches to capture the influence of place on the creation of sound and reassess its relationship to an image. “Because music has this gift to suggest images, I like the conflict between the images evoked by the music and the composed images in the film.”
Archives Hassan Khan Past: January 29 → March 5, 2011 Artist, musician and writer, Hassan Khan lives and works in Cairo. He has published numerous texts in Arabic and in English. As a musician, he has composed soundtracks for theater and performed his own pieces. The work of Hassan Khan was presented, among others, in the 8th Biennial of Istanbul, in the first Triennale Torino…
Archives Rirkrit Tiravanija Past: May 5 → June 17, 2010 Pour sa quatrième exposition personnelle, l’artiste Rirkrit Tiravanija a imaginé une esquisse de la péniche du Corbusier, et en a inséré une partie dans la galerie. La péniche du Corbusier a été conçue pour l’Armée du Salut littéralement comme un asile flottant fournissant un toit pour la nuit aux sans-abris errant dans les rues de Paris.