Paris — New York

Previous exhibitions

Jaume Plensa
10 October - 16 November 2019
Jaume Plensa has conceived this new exhibition as a silent conversation. In the first part of the gallery, three heads of young girls, some three metres high, stand on the floor. Originally carved from tree trunks then cast in bronze, the elongation of the faces is much more pronounced than in other of the artist’s works, visible in places such as the Perez Museum, Miami, the Seattle Museum, the city of Bordeaux and elsewhere. The anamorphosis is captivating.
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Arnulf Rainer
10 October - 16 November 2019
From the 1950s, Arnulf Rainer was known for his radical, deliberately anti-academic approaches in an Austrian art world that was still very conservative. One of these is Übermalung, or the energetic and partial or total covering of a pre-existing image.
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Kiki Smith
10 October - 16 November 2019
Galerie Lelong & Co. has presented the artist’s work in Paris since 2003 and has organised many exhibitions of the prints of Kiki Smith. At the occasion of the exhibition curated by Camille Morineau and Lucia Pesapane, in collaboration with Marie Chênel, which will open at La Monnaie de Paris on 18 October, Lelong Editions is presenting, under the title of Homecoming, a selection of some of the standout etchings and lithographs of the last twenty years.
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David Nash
05 September - 05 October 2019
As a major retrospective of his work comes to an end at the National Museum of Cardiff, the British sculptor and artist David Nash presents a collection of pastels and charcoals with trees as their theme. Demonstrating great interest for the landscapes and nature that surround him, David Nash works mostly with wood.
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Barthélémy Toguo
05 September - 05 October 2019
Barthélémy Toguo is a multi-disciplinary artist: he is equally at ease with painting, sketching, watercolour or printing as he is with sculpture, performance, photography and video.
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Jannis Kounellis, Arnulf Rainer, Antoni Tàpies
05 September - 26 October 2019
Jannis Kounellis, Arnulf Rainer and Antoni Tàpies all placed the brutality of the material and the energy of the gesture at the heart of their work. Their unique artistic language examines the sacred character of art through the use of profane codes. Tàpies with his exploration of material and the inclusion in this works of signs and objects from daily life, Kounellis by his use of raw materials, and his pared-down and dramatic scenography, and Rainer by his obsessional “overpaintings” and his ferocious self-portraits.
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Marc Desgrandchamps
05 September - 05 October 2019
For his second one-man show at Galerie Lelong & Co., Marc Desgrandchamps has chosen the title Jardins obscurs. Some of his new paintings evoke mysterious outdoor scenes, free of any human presence, where a dark green colour dominates in a dusky atmosphere...
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Samuel Levi Jones
13 May - 13 July 2019
Galerie Lelong & Co., Paris - At first glance, the work of Samuel Levi Jones appears to be steeped in the tradition of constructivist or at least orthogonal abstract painting. A variety of coloured rectangular surfaces join and overlap to form a dynamic ensemble.
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Boomoon
13 May - 13 July 2019
For his very first exhibition at Galerie Lelong & Co., Boomoon is presenting a set of photographs of the Montagne Sainte Victoire produced during 2018.
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James Brown
13 May - 13 July 2019
Galerie Lelong & Co. is exhibiting a series of works on paper: collages, monotypes, lithographs and paintings accompanied by a sculpture and enamelled lava by the American artist James Brown. Produced between 1986 and 1992, these works pay testimony to the artist’s “Parisian years” and will be on display in the bookshop.
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Lignes
13 May - 13 July 2019
Galerie Lelong & Co. Matignon - With the Lignes exhibition, Galerie Lelong & Co. brings the works of Günther Förg, Sean Scully, Frederic Matys Thursz, Juan Uslé and Fabienne Verdier into dialogue with each other. The products of different generations and horizons, these painters have all chosen a form of abstraction as their method of expression.
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Jean-Baptiste Huynh
09 April - 29 April 2019
WOMAN showcases the beauty of the female face. Portraits have been at the heart of the work of Jean- Baptiste Huynh for 25 years. WOMAN continues the study he has been performing on faces throughout the ages and the world’s main ethnic and cultural groups since 1996 (China, South Korea, Ethiopia, India, Iran, Japan, Kazakhstan, Mali, Uzbekistan, Peru, Vietnam...)
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Barry Flanagan
14 March - 29 April 2019
Galerie Lelong & Co., Paris — Barry Flanagan (1941-2009) is, like most great artists, difficult to classify. A sculptor, artist, engraver, installer, he practiced the subtle and adroit art of the contrary. This led him to an early interest in the ‘Pataphysics of Alfred Jarry, this “science of imaginary solutions”, eventually becoming a member of the Collège de ‘Pataphysique and naming his son Alfred.
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Jean Dubuffet
14 March - 29 April 2019
Galerie Lelong & Co., Paris — This exhibition brings together works from a variety of periods in the artist’s career: lithographs from 1944 (Matière et mémoire), screen-prints from the Faits memorable series in 1978, delicious figures wearing hats in the 50s and 60s and superb prints from his “lithographic experiences” of 1958-59.
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Nancy Spero
14 March - 29 April 2019
Galerie Lelong & Co., Paris — This exhibition not only includes a 4meters long frieze, The Warriors, presented unframed as the artist preferred, but also a number of works produced over three decades (1966 to 1996).
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Jannis Kounellis
24 January - 25 February 2019
Despite the apparently brutality of his work at first glance, Kounellis (1936-2017) has always placed the human being at the heart of his work: by the proportions chosen (the size of a double bed, or of a sheet of paper), and by the frequent use of items of clothing (hat, coat, shoes, socks, etc.) as well as by the “moral” dimension that has infused his work since the outset.
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David Hockney
24 January - 25 February 2019
David Hockney does not claim to be a photographer. Rather, he is a painter who has used photography since the 1970s to capture elements of the world around him, which he observes with inexhaustible curiosity. He then arranges, recomposes and reworks them in paint, producing what he describes as “Photographic Drawings”.
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Jaume Plensa
24 January - 25 February 2019
Bookshop - For more than 30 years, Jaume Plensa has accompanied his work as a sculptor with a substantial body of etchings, which have already been the focus of a number of retrospectives.
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