Empire State — New York Art Now! Ends in 2 months: November 17, 2013 → February 15, 2014 The exhibition explores the constantly shifting realities & mythologies of New York City. This ambitious intergenerational survey presents the work of twenty-five renowned and emerging New York City artists — each in depth and with important new work being shown — and suggests how they might re-imagine the relationship between their community and the life of the city.
Archives Georg Baselitz — Le côté sombre Past: September 8 → October 31 Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac Pantin presents a comprehensive exhibition with new monumental sculptures and paintings by the German artist Georg Baselitz. His new bronzes include Sing Sang Zero, a standing couple with arms interlinked, and three fetishistic sculptures — Marokkaner, Yellow Song, Louise Fuller — showing a humanoid figure enclosed in rings.
Archives Matali Crasset — Voyage en Uchronie Past: June 7 → July 20 With Voyage to Uchronia, Matali Crasset continues her reflection on experimental environments. The project conjures up the habitat and rituals of an imaginary human community. One of these rituals involves moving into a black hill that is a place of memory. This magic mountain, a place of introspection, invites us to put our aspirations into perspective.
Archives Disaster — The End of Days Past: March 3 → July 3 The theme of disaster has a rich iconography and set of interpretations, and continues to fascinate contemporary artists. This exhibition looks at current perceptions of disaster through a dialogue between artists from a variety of cultural and social backgrounds, working in media from painting to photography, video and installation.
Archives Anselm Kiefer — Die Ungeborenen (Les non-nés) Past: October 14, 2012 → February 23, 2013 To inaugurate the gallery space at Pantin, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac is presenting a new series of works by Anselm Kiefer. The title Die Ungeborenen [The Unborn] encompasses a collection of monumental canvases and sculptures, which reference the artist’s interest in the origin and creation of life, referencing well-known myths and iconography.
Archives Joseph Beuys, Iphigénie Past: October 14, 2012 → February 23, 2013 Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac is inaugurating a new space devoted to the performative arts (which will be part of the new building complex of the Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac Paris Pantin) with an exhibition of works by Joseph Beuys linked to this legendary performance in Frankfurt.