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Damien Hirst’s “Cathedrals Built on Sand” is a visually playful installation posing questions on the morality of the commodification of healthcare and society’s faith in drugs.
June 8, 2021 - September 22, 2021
On view at Gagosian’s Paris gallery through September 22, Damien Hirst’s “Cathedrals Built on Sand” is a visually playful installation posing questions on the morality of the commodification of healthcare and society’s faith in drugs. The biggest installation of Hirst’s Pill Cabinets to date, these vast chromatic arrangements of the tiny medicinal morsels take on a new, heavier meaning in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, and have been presented in conjunction with earlier works like the 1998 Prototype for Lies.
“The Morozov Collection: Icons of Modern Art” comprises 200 works from the collection of brothers Mikhaïl and Ivan Morozov, seen outside of Russia for the first time.
"Women in Abstraction" highlights the work of more than 106 artists dating from the 1860s until the 1980s.
AFIKARIS Gallery’s “Figures of Power” is a joint exhibition of the Senegalese artist Ousmane Niang and Nigerian artist John Madu.
For "Surface Horizon," Jean-Marie Appriou and Marguerite Humeau have created an all-encompassing installation that stretches from the façade to the courtyard and across all of Lafayette Anticipations’ exhibition spaces.
The whimsical chaos that comes with the season of cherry tree blooms is captured in Damien Hirst’s first-ever museum exhibition in France, “Cherry Blossoms.”
Giving carte blanche over the Palais de Tokyo to Anne Imhof, “Natures Mortes” sees the entirety of the institution filled with a group presentation of the artist's conception.
Perrotin’s Paris gallery at 76 rue de Turenne is presenting ”Hartung 80,” an exhibition of the artist Hans Hartung, spread across seven sectors looking at form and technique.
Cameroonian artist Jean David Nkot’s first solo exhibition, “Human@Condition,” is on view at AFIKARIS Gallery in Paris through July 7.