Archives Richard Serra — Ramble Drawings Past: January 28 → April 2 Gagosian Paris presents new “Ramble Drawings” by Richard Serra, following the debut of the series at Gagosian New York in September 2015.
Archives Balthus Past: January 14 → February 28, 2015 Gagosian Paris present a career-spanning exhibition of Balthus’s paintings, drawings, and photographs. Prepared in collaboration with artist’s estate, it is the first exhibition of his work in Paris since the 1983–84 retrospective at the Centre Georges Pompidou.
Archives Cecily Brown Past: October 19 → December 20, 2014 In recent times, Brown, a highly expressive contemporary painter in active dialogue with the history of painting, has been contending with the genres of figurative study and the nude ensemble.
Archives Howard Hodgkin Past: June 13 → August 9, 2014 Hodgkin incorporates the frame as part of the painted surface, conveying unadulterated and deliberate expressions that maintain a strong sense of objecthood. With their maximalist brushstrokes and saturated colors, intimately scaled paintings appear jewel-like, while larger works are opulent and theatrical.
Archives d’Urs Fischer — Schmutz schmutz Past: April 5 → May 26, 2012 Fischer produces objects on the brink of falling apart or undergoing transformation, which results in sculptures in a bewildering variety of materials, including unstable substances such as melting wax and rotting vegetables. Compacting the real with the mimetic, he dares formal adventures in space, scale, and material with a mordant sense of humor.
Archives Damien Hirst Past: January 12 → February 18, 2012 Hirst’s spot paintings are among the most distinctive in contemporary art, a symbol that is recognized universally, cutting across boundaries of culture and language. Beginning with the first spot painting created in 1986, to the most recent works, this exhibition will present Hirst’s “world of spots” in a truly global context.
Archives William Eggleston — Election Eve Past: November 9 → December 23, 2011 L’aptitude unique d’Eggleston à réunir l’épique et le quotidien a fait de lui une des figures les plus importantes de la photographie de la deuxième moitié du XXe siècle. Natif du Sud des Etats-Unis, Eggleston a fait ses premiers pas en photographie, dans les années 1950, en photographiant en noir et blanc son environnement immédiat.