Reiffers Art Initiatives - Mentoring Exhibition 2023
The third exhibition of the Reiffers Art Initiatives mentoring program at Paris + by Art Basel.
Lorna Simpson mentors artist Gaëlle Choisne for the third exhibition resulting from the 2023 mentorship, presented at the Acacias Art Center on the occasion of Paris + by Art Basel.
For this latest edition of its Mentoring Program, Reiffers Art Initiatives is presenting an exhibition by artist Gaëlle Choisne, accompanied by her mentor Lorna Simpson - a pioneer in the 80s of conceptual photography that closely links text and image - whose work has been exhibited in numerous prestigious art institutions and events, including the Venice Biennale in 1990.
Gaëlle Choisne is a French artist based in Paris. The artist likes to cross intellectual and artistic disciplines. Singing, music, sculpture, videos, debates and voodoo rites.
Gaëlle Choisne's artistic approach is guided by multiple inspirations. In her installations, created at the crossroads of sculpture and photography, she evokes her relationship with her Haitian origins. Represented by Galerie Air de Paris, the artist has already exhibited internationally, notably in London, Kyoto and the United States.
Reiffers Art Initiatives is a foundation created to support young contemporary creation and cultural diversity.
Reiffers Art Initiatives’ mission is to support France’s new art scene and give it international visibility. It finances and gives exposure to thirty emerging artists every year, who will influence tomorrow’s contemporary art scene.
Cartier - "Precious Design" Exhibition
On the occasion of the International Design Fair, Cartier presents in Milan an unexpected exhibition around the Juste un Clou and Ecrou de Cartier collections. A production signed La Mode en Images.
New York artist Desi Santiago imagines a precious garage made entirely of gold for the famous jeweler. When the ordinary becomes precious.
To celebrate this singular convergence of industry and jewelry craftsmanship, Cartier also collaborated with young French visual artist Cerise Doucède. The two installations, exhibited in weightlessness, are each composed of thousands of nails and nuts linked together by invisible wires.
With offices in Europe, the United States, the Middle East and Asia, La Mode en Images designs and produces fashion shows, brand exhibits and large scale events for brands, who deliver custom-made and immersive events worldwide.
Collaboration with other areas of expertise within the Group enriches these moments with virtual experiences and NFT programs.
Issue 244 features fashion series by Jean-Baptiste Mondino, Elina Kechicheva, Fabien Montique, Bruno+Nico, Koto Bolofo and Sofia Sanchez &Mauro Mongiello.
A color of peace, love and purity, white has held a central place in the history of art for centuries. From Bertrand Lavier and Charles Ray to Marina Abramovic and David Hammons, a number of contemporary artists have seized upon this color in their striking works, brought together here in a portfolio.
Awarded the Prix Marcel Duchamp in 2023 and recently exhibited at the Centre Pompidou, artist Tarik Kiswanson shares his inspirations and creative process in an interview.
White is also at the heart of the work of American artist Robert Ryman, whose major retrospective at the Musée de l'Orangerie opens in March. An opportunity to look back at his remarkable work.