Dan Graham, guest of honor in France
Currently, American artist Dan Graham is undeniably the most prominent foreign artist in France. No less than three exhibits are currently dedicated to him, which offer just as many opportunities to see and interact with his famous semi-reflective glass pavilions that have become his trademark. Here is an illustrated journey, following Dan Graham’s footsteps from Le Corbusier’s Cité Radieuse in Marseille to the Place Vendôme in Paris:
- After Xavier Veilhan with Architectones in 2013 and Daniel Buren with Défini, Fini, Infini in 2014, designer Ora Ito has chosen Dan Graham as the guest of honor for this year’s summer exhibit at the MAMO with Observatory / Playground an installation by Dan Graham in response to the work of Le Corbusier. Starts June 14th and ends September 20th.
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- Passage Intime, 2015, Children’s Pavilion, 1989 and Don’t Trust Anyone Over Thirty, 2004, three works presented at the Dan Graham exhibit of the Marian Goodman Gallery in Paris, from September 5th until October 8th 2015.
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- Two Nodes and Passage Intime, two new pavilions by Dan Graham presented on the place Vendôme in Paris as part of the FIAC’s Hors les Murs program, in collaboration with the Marian Goodman Gallery.
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