For its 5th opus, available from October 11th, Numéro art comes with four exceptional covers: first the cult artist Yayoi Kusama photographed by the legendary Kishin Shinoyama. The Japanese superstar stormed the Place Vendôme during the FIAC and is set to be celebrated in an imminent new exhibition at David Zwirner. Then a tribute to Francis Bacon, whose exhibition at the Pompidou Centre is already autumn’s big hitter. As the killer clown in It (currently on screens in its second instalment), actor Bill Skarsgård, agreed to embody the tormented souls of British artist and photographer Tim Richardson.
Numéro Art #5
The fith issue of Numéro Art #5 is a new immersion in the international art scene. In cover Yayoi kusama by Kishin Shinoyama. Available on numéro.com.
The radical and highly secretive artist Wade Guyton was photographed by Pierre-Ange Carlotti (the Stadium Gods 2019 calendar) in New York. Wade Guyton will be honoured in November at the Ludwig Museum with a much anticipated retrospective. Finally, the mega star Sterling Ruby – whose incursions into the fashion world have already made their mark – welcomed photographer Reto Schmid to his gigantic workshop in Los Angeles for an exclusive visit. The American was recently hailed at Frieze London with a double exhibition: in the Britannia Street space and on the Gagosian stand.