Numéro Art 11
An artistic duo and three other artists ౼ all with expositions at Paris + by Art Basel ౼ graced the cover of Numéro art 11. First, the young Frenchman, Alexandre Diop posed with his mentor, contemporary art star Kehinde Wiley, in honor of their Reiffers Art Initiatives exhibition at the Acacias Art Center.
Next up, Cyprien Gaillard, who made his big return to Paris with a two-part exhibition at Palais de Tokyo and Lafayette Anticipations, and the prominent Bahamas artist Tavares Strachan, who displays his impressive works at the Perrotin Gallery and the Marian Goodman Gallery. And lastly, this issue paid tribute to the legendary painter Joan Mitchell and her exceptional retrospective: a dialogue with Claude Monet at the Louis Vuitton Foundation.
Numéro magazine is a biannual collector's magazine that explores and shares what the art world will be buzzing about in the coming season.
Numéro Homme 46
In this issue of Numéro Homme 46, Autumn-Winter 2024, French rapper Orelsan breaks all records, one by one.
As one of the ambassadors of the Gris Dior fragrance, he takes part in a no-holds-barred interview. Back to Paris for a chat with young prima ballerina Guillaume Diop, singer Pierre de Maere and Chinese pianist Lang Lang, who collaborated with Pharrell Williams on his first Louis Vuitton show.
Also featured is the legendary Japanese artist Takashi Murakami, who reveals his latest project for the Gagosian gallery and talks frankly about his impending demise.
Then, Numéro Homme embarks on a journey to the four corners of the globe, meeting British actor Charlie Heaton in New York, and visiting the family home of Ferdinand Von Habsburg-Lothringen in Salzburg. Before heading for southern Italy, where art photographer Pieter Hugo witnessed the bloody ritual of Holy Week in two small Calabrian towns.