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Christopher Wool at the Guggenheim Museum.
David Salle at Skarstedt gallery.
Edward Hopper at the Whitney Museum.
Francis Bacon at Christie's Post-War and Contemporary Evening Sale
Jeff Koons at Christie's Post-War and Contemporary Evening Sale.
Mario Testino in "Alta Moda" at the Queen Sofía Spanish Institute.
Martin Creed at Hauser and Wirth.
Robert Indiana at "Beyond Love" at the Whitney Museum.
Sophie Calle at Paula Cooper Gallery.
Dan Colen at Gagosian at FIAC.
Elmgreen and Dragset at Victoria Miro at FIAC.
Johan Creton at Galerie Perrotin at FIAC.
Omar Ba at Anne de Villepoix at FIAC.
Francisco Sobrino in Jardin des Tuileries at FIAC.
Gary Hume in Jardin des Tuileries at FIAC.
John Currin at Gagosian Paris at FIAC.
Sun Yuan and Peng Yu in "A Triple Tour" at Collection Pinault at FIAC.
Christopher Wool at the Guggenheim Museum.
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Andrea Hazen: What I Saw Last Fall in New York and Paris

By Andrea Hazen

February 6, 2014

Late 2013 took me overseas to Paris for FIAC, which has become one of my favorite art fairs. Not only is the fair superb, but how can you not love to be in Paris in October? And the Grand Palais is the best possible setting for an art fair. A couple of other highlights of my Paris trip were visiting François Pinault’s collection, the exhibit entitled “À Triple Tour” at La Conciergerie, and the John Currin painting show at Gagosian.

November in New York City was host to record-breaking auctions. The Francis Bacon painting of Lucien Freud, which sold at Christie’s for $142.4 million, was the most expensive artwork ever sold at auction. As always, New York offered some wonderful museum and gallery exhibitions. I particularly loved the Edward Hopper drawing show at the Whitney Museum and the Christopher Wool retrospective at the Guggenheim. I was also lucky to have had a chance to visit Paula Cooper Gallery several times to see Sophie Calle’s show “Absence,” which was poetic, to say the least.

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Christopher Wool at the Guggenheim Museum.
Christophe WoolEdward HopperFIACFrancois PinaultGuggenheimJohn CurrinPaul Cooper GallerySophie CalleThe Whitney

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