May 26 | June 4 2023
Gallery Weekend Beijing
Visiting Sector: Galleries – solo presentation by Isabelle Cornaro
Located at 798 Art District, this year’s programme will celebrate the cultural vitality of the city by spanning various sites in Beijing, including Caochangdi Art District, Inside-out Art Unit, Longfusi Art District, Guomao and Jiangtai. The 7th edition will showcase a robust line-up of 36 exhibitors from 9 different global cities.
Mar 21 | Mar 25 2023
Art Basel | Hong Kong
Balice Hertling is pleased to announce our participation in Art Basel Hong Kong 2023 at Convention & Exhibition Centre with a group presentation of works by gallery artists
Art Basel | Hong Kong 2023
Vernissage: Wednesday, March 22, 5pm to 9pm
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Camille Blatrix, Secondary Actor, 2022. Stained maple, acrylic resin, 73.5 x 163 x 12 cm
Jan 26 2023
Rafik Greiss at the Louvre
For its 230th anniversary, the Louvre Museum invited twenty contemporary artists under the age of forty with ties to Paris. They will propose their “Regards du Louvre” to a visual project that brings together the Louvre and its partner, the Louvre-Lens. Taking the form of twenty videos, this program will be presented at a preview screening at the Michel Laclotte Auditorium on January 26, 2023 and then at the rhythm of one video per week, on the Louvre’s Instagram account. Rafik Greiss’s work “Le premier musée d’enquête universelle” is part of this programme. The video, while focusing on space and art, is combined with archive footage to embody a process of audiovisual reflection. It addresses the concept of memory and its fleeting nature through the combination of seemingly unrelated footage.
Jan 25 | Mar 21 2023
“Recent Acquisitions and Eternal Loves – Part I”
Nicoletta Fiorucci Foundation & Collection
Devised in conversation with the Collection’s Curator, Giulia Civardi, this intimate presentation unveils over 90 works by 59 international artists that radically shaped the Nicoletta Fiorucci Collection and the vision of its founder, as well as broader perceptions within the arts.
With a focus on emerging practices and works acquired over the past three years, the exhibition brings experimental artistic approaches in conversation with longstanding historical influences. Traditionally- recognised media such as painting, sculpture, and drawing appear alongside photography, textile, marquetry, collage, video, ceramic, mobile and digital technologies such as a responsive sound sculpture and a ‘sentient artwork’ that changes and adapts to its surroundings.
Camille Blatrix, Let them go, 2022. Wood Marquetry. Installation view, photo by Nicola Gnesi.
Jan 25 | Apr 23 2023
solo exhibition of Ser Serpas at Swiss Insitute, New York
An exhibition of work by Ser Serpas made in the decade since the artist moved from her hometown of Los Angeles. Across periods spent working in New York, Geneva, Tbilisi and, most recently, Paris, Serpas contemplates the ways in which cities can shape one’s wants and transformations. The outcome of years of travel, “Hall” is a study of bodies, movement and constructions with unfixed futures.
New York Times features Ser Serpas, the solo exhibition “Ser Serpas: Hall” at Swiss Institute curated by Daniel Merritt
The New York Times
Photo by Ser Serpas. View from the bath, Saturday, January 24, 2015 at 18:19
Jan 13 | Feb 16 2023
As part of the artistic program of the French Ministry of Culture – Mondes Nouveaux, “Paroxysm”, a work by Isabelle Cornaro, will be presented at the Château de Rambouillet from January 13 to February 16, 2023
Dec 1 | Dec 3 2022
Art Basel Miami Beach
Galleries Sector, Booth D32
Miami Beach Convention Center
Preview (by invitation only): Tuesday, November 29 – Wednesday, November 30
Vernissage: Wednesday, November 30
Owen Fu, Flowers for Algernon, 2022. Oil on linen, 232 x 153 cm / 84 x 60 in
Nov 10 | Nov 13 2022
ART021 Shanghai Contemporary Art fair
Shanghai Exhibition Center, No.1000 Middle Yanan Road, Shanghai
Hongyan, Green Roller Blinds, 2022. Oil on canvas, 70 x 60 cm
Oct 19 | Oct 23 2022
Paris+ par Art Basel
Julie Beaufils, Will Benedict, Camille Blatrix,
Xinyi Cheng, Dennis Cooper, Isabelle Cornaro,
Camille Blatrix, Simone Fattal, Erwan Sene,
Pol Taburet, Zhi Wei
Grand Palais Éphémère, Paris
Julie Beaufils, Paris Review Cover 1, 2022. Pencil on paper, 34 x 28 cm
Oct 15 | Dec 18 2022
“Dialogue of the Dogs”, Will Benedict’s first major solo show in Switzerland and one of his most ambitious exhibitions to date. The artist uses the institution’s two floors to present both retrospective works and new productions in the form of paintings, videos, and installations.
Will Benedict (b. 1978, Los Angeles, CA) lives and works in Paris. He has recently presented solo exhibitions at dépendance (Brussels), Galerie Balice Hertling (Paris), Fondazione Giuliani (Rome), Bergen Kunsthall, and Halle für Kunst Lüneburg. Benedict was among the artists invited to participate in the Biennale de l’Image en Mouvement 2021 at the Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève; the newly commissioned work he created together with Steffen Jørgensen, The Restaurant 2, premiered in Geneva as part of the Biennale.
The Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève
Exhibition view of Dialogue of the Dogs by Will Benedict at Centre d’Art Contemporain
© Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève. Photo : Julien Girard
Oct 1 | Oct 23 2022
Isabelle Cornaro’s works will be on view at Musée Carnavalet on the occasion of Nuit Blanche 2022 opening this Saturday. Curated by Anne Dressen, the 2022 edition is conceived as an open scenario, a script with no imposed ending, which allows us to apprehend space and time differently. Reflecting on the present, equidistant from utopia and dystopia, the works bring together different temporalities and realities, like so many oracles, signs to be interpreted. The doors of the day are also those of perception, open to whoever accepts to go through them.
The Musée Carnavalet-Histoire de Paris, Paris
Isabelle Cornaro, Séquences (IV) #2, 2022. Tinted concrete, 35 x 220 x 15 cm. Photo: Annik Wetter.
Sept 24 2022 | Apr 31 2022
Mostafa Sarabi (b. 1983, Iran), partecipates in the The Laal Collection presentation at the 58th Carnegie International. The presentation is curated by Bidoun’s Negar Azimi and Sohrab Mohebbi, Bidoun Contributing Editor and the Kathe and Jim Patrinos Curator of the 58th Carnegie International.
Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA
Sept 15 | Nov 12 2022
Balice Hertling x The Intermission
Sept 14 | Dec 31 2022
Simone Fattal’s works are part of the 16th Biennale d’art contemporain de Lyon, in the “Beyrouth and the Golden Sixties” at Musée d’art Contemporain de Lyon, an exhibition organized in collaboration with the Gropius Bau, Berlin.
The 16th Lyon Biennale of Contemporary Art
“Manifesto of Fragility”, curated by Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath
Installation view. Left wall: Simone Fattal, The Last Moon the Fida Saw (diptych), 1978.
Courtesy Simone Fattal Studio. Photo: Blaise Adilon.
Sept | Oct 23 2022
“Inner Dims” is a group exhibition curated by Julie Beaufils
with Julie Beaufils, Jacob Eisenmann, Owen Fu, Laura Owens, Ser Serpas, Asha Schechter, Zoe Stillpass and Mona Varichon
Sifang Art Museum, Shanghai
Apr 23 | Nov 27 2022
Simone Fattal’s works are on view through 27 November 2022, in the 59th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia. For “The Milk of Dreams”, curated by Cecilia Alemani, Fattal presents a sculptural installation in the outdoor sculpture garden designed by famed architect Carlo Scarpa within the Central Pavilion. The installation includes Adam and Eve (2021), a bronze cast of one of her first ceramic sculptures. Fattal has also produced three new sculptures, two in ceramic and one in bronze, combining abstract motifs with human form.
59th International Art Exhibition
La Biennale di Venezia