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Numéro art
The new contemporary art magazine Numéro art selects the most influential personalities, events and places in contemporary art.  

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Numéro Art #8, reveals on cover the universe of 3 contemporary artists.


For its 8th edition, Numéro Art reveals three exclusive covers: Damien Hirst unveils the backstage of his exhibition at Fondation Cartier, where he presents “Cherry Blossoms”, marking a decisive turning point for the British star. German artist Anne Imhof presents her historical exhibition "Natures Mortes" at Palais de Tokyo, a dialogue with the work of twenty other artists from the 19th century to these days. Charismatic art legend Henry Taylor opens the doors of his studio, where he has produced, over several weeks of intense creativity, new artworks exhibited by the Hauser & Wirth gallery.

The magazine also explores the work of future talents on the French art scene, from Kenny Dunkan to Manon Wertenbroek.

Numéro art #7 celebrates two strong figures of the artistic world.


For its 7th edition, Numéro art proposes two covers : the actress Maisie Williams, iconic Game of Thrones Arya Stark, she embodies a new creative and engaged generation. For Numero Art, she accepted to replay some iconic paintings, from le Cri of Munch to Bacchus of Caravane. 

Then, the artist Oscar Murillo, he receives Numero in the studio in his native village where he made his recent paintings.

Numéro Art #6 questions the identity and its stereotypes in order to twist the codes. 



For its 6th edition, Numéro art proposes original creations realized by the greatest international artists: legendary Cindy Sherman shares surprising selfies, iconoclastic Francesco Vezzoli stages Italian pop-star Mahmood as a 19th-century man of Letters, and Jacolby Satterwhite immerses musician Dev Hynes (Blood Orange) in his baroque and queer digital world. 

The fith issue of Numéro Art #5 is a new immersion in the international art scene. In cover Yayoi kusama by Kishin Shinoyama. 


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. T. As the killer clown in It, actor Bill Skarsgård, agreed to embody the tormented souls of British artist and photographer Tim Richardson.


The radical and highly secretive artist Wade Guyton was photographed by Pierre-Ange Carlotti (the Stadium Gods 2019 calendar) in New York. Finally, the mega star Sterling Ruby welcomed photographer Reto Schmid to his gigantic workshop in Los Angeles for an exclusive visit. 


The fourth issue of Numéro Art is a real invitation to travel, from Venice to New York City, from Paris to Doha, at the frontier of contemporary artistic creation. For the cover, Laure Prouvost photographed by Harley Weir. 


Three exceptional covers were made for this occasion. Laure Prouvost, who represented France at the Venice Biennale in May 2019 , photographed by the talented Harley Weir. The conceptual artist Rudolf Stingel in his New York studio, ahead of the historic exhibition coming to the Beyeler Foundation, photographed by Cass Bird. And the young American singer Billie Eilish, photographed by Tim Richardson in a phantasmagorical and technological universe. 


Numéro Art also includes meetings with the artists who shape the future (Anne Imhof, Thomas Houseago, Luc Tuymans, Jean Nouvel), a focus on the younger generation (Jon Rafman, Hicham Berrada, Oliver Beer) and its original creations produced by international artists such as Coco Capitan, Mohamed Bourouissa, and Aitor Ortiz.

Numéro art, the global chronicle for contemporary art, honors the duo Elmgreen & Dragset.


The third edition, featuring Elmgreen & Dragset shot by Miles Aldridge, is devoted to large-scale exhibitions in Paris and London. Inside, you will discover the Buenos Aires travel diary of Maurizio Cattelan, the shocking world of Sarah Lucas (celebrated at the New Museum), as well as the concrete and light architect, Tadao Ando (guest of the Pompidou Center). From Francesco Vezzoli to Ari Marcopoulos to Simon Fujiwara and Hiroshi Sugimoto, some of the greatest artists agreed to produce unpublished works or portfolios for the 3rd issue of Numéro art.



Numéro art reveals the subversive and striking universe of the artist Urs Fischer.


Month after month Art Number #2 reveals the personalities and events that will count in the contemporary art world. We discover in turn, the subversive and striking universe of the artist Urs Fischer, on the cover, who was the subject of two exhibitions in New York and London; the legendary pioneer of performance and video Joan Jonas, photographed by Juergen Teller at the Tate Modern; or Danh Vo, sacred by an exceptional retrospective at the Guggenheim. 


From Dubai to the South of France, passing by Tokyo, the editorial staff of Numéro art has gone out to meet the most exciting stages and the greatest artists, some of whom have signed exclusive works for the magazine, such as Daido Moriyama.

Paul-Emmanuel Reiffers, president of Numéro magazine, has created this biannual collector's magazine that announces month by month what will animate and thrill the art world in the coming season.


The art world goes fast, very fast. It is constantly redefining and reinventing itself in a pleasing profusion. It no longer has any borders, living to the rhythm of fairs and major exhibitions (Maastricht, London, Paris, Venice...). He redesigned the world's geography by exporting the city from Basel to Miami and Hong Kong. He transformed Instragram into the world's largest instant gallery. Art today is everywhere. How can we successfully report and document these high-frequency pulses?


An object and a project were needed that would be equal to the excitement of contemporary creation. It was necessary to break this fast-paced rhythm and take the necessary distance to make the most precise and demanding selection. A hybrid object was needed that would appeal to both a specialized audience and amateurs. An object that by its aesthetics comes close to an art book and that by its editorial line is a magazine open to all audiences listing the best of the upcoming season.


For the first issue, the magazine brings together interviews with personalities of contemporary creation who express themselves on their vision of art: Miuccia Prada, Maria Grazia Chiuri, Camille Henrot; exclusive contributions from artists: Doug Aitken, Sheila Hicks; meetings with great contemporary artists: William Forsythe, Barbara Kruger; the major events of the coming season, those who make the art world every day, the founders of Lisson Gallery, Frieze... and the exhibitions to see in the young art scene.