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On view at Perrotin in Paris is a show of over two dozen new paintings by Jens Fänge. The artist creates three-dimensional dreamscapes that feature imagery of figures, faces, and furniture against abstract spaces and interiors.
February 6, 2021 - March 27, 2021
On view at Perrotin in Paris is a show of over two dozen new paintings by Jens Fänge. The artist creates three-dimensional dreamscapes that feature imagery of figures, faces, and furniture against abstract spaces and interiors. The works are uniquely installed throughout the gallery to create a transforming, mesmerizing mise-en-scene, in which the viewer becomes part of the composition. Visitors will find "Inner Songes" is full of references, like an Alvar Aalto-designed lounge chair, the work of George Ault, and even Birkenstock sandals. Fänge's play of perspective and scale make for a mysterious journey between reality and fiction.
Gallery Guido Romero Pierini’s “So Close 2” is a group show comprised of works primarily created throughout the last year, exploring themes of transformation, metanoia, and metamorphosis.
On view virtually at Paris’s Galerie Marian Goodman, Hiroshi Sugimoto’s “Theory of Colours” features works from the artist’s latest series, “Opticks.”
Mimosa Echard’s debut solo exhibition, “Numbs” at Galerie Chantal Crousel highlights the artist’s focus on creating ecosystems where the living and inanimate coexist.
Alvaro Barrington’s first solo show in France fills all four floors of Thaddaeus Ropac’s Paris Marais gallery with a selection of new paintings.
On view at David Zwirner in Paris is an exhibition of recent photographs by Thomas Ruff.
Gagosian is presenting "Anselm Kiefer: Field of the Cloth of Gold" at its Le Bourget location. On view are four new monumental paintings, completed by the artist over the past two years.
This major retrospective of the late Martin Barré brings together 66 paintings made between 1955—1992.
Organized within a nine-chapter timeline, “Matisse, Like a novel” traces the life and practice of the artist Henri Matisse.