Frida Kahlo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving / Brooklyn Museum (USA)

Arriving this winter is the largest U.S. exhibition devoted to the iconic Mexican artist in a decade. The exhibition is a rare opportunity to explore Kahlo’s creative vision and self-crafted identity through a presentation of paintings and drawings by the artist, her clothing and other personal items, photographs, film, and documentation, as well as related objects from our collection. Continuer de lire Frida Kahlo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving / Brooklyn Museum (USA)

Jean-Michel Basquiat / Brooklyn Museum (USA)

Jean-Michel Basquiat’s landmark painting Untitled was created in 1982, considered a breakout year in the artist’s meteoric career. It depicts a crowned, spectral head rendered with a painterly ferocity remarkable even amid the artist’s other vigorously expressive images. The exhibition One Basquiat is the first museum presentation of Untitled. Continuer de lire Jean-Michel Basquiat / Brooklyn Museum (USA)

IVÁN NAVARRO – Fanfare / GALERIE DANIEL TEMPLON (FR)

Au cœur de l’orchestre électrique muet, une grosse caisse à double face épelle un mot en lumière, projeté à l’infini par un jeu de miroir, et dont le quasi anagramme se retrouve à l’envers : Blow devient Bomb dans une double ambivalence formelle et linguistique. Continuer de lire IVÁN NAVARRO – Fanfare / GALERIE DANIEL TEMPLON (FR)