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  • Tom Wesselmann - Catalogue Raisonné of The Great American Nudes


    Forthcoming 2021

    The Wildenstein Plattner Institute (WPI) is pleased to announce the launch of the Tom Wesselmann Catalogue Raisonné. Working in close collaboration with the Estate of the artist, the WPI will author a dynamic online publication that will link to digitized material from the artist’s archives.

    In addition to the wealth of archival documentation at the Wesselmann studio, the WPI’s researchers will also draw from the relevant archival materials compiled throughout the duration of the Jasper Johns Catalogue Raisonné project over the course of the last decade.

    The WPI will begin accepting submissions for possible inclusion to the Tom Wesselmann Catalogue Raisonné in March 2020. As their team of researchers will initially focus their efforts on examining works from The Great American Nude series, they will prioritize these works with a limited-time fee-waiver for submission. More information will be available about this process in the coming months.

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    The Wildenstein Plattner Institute, Inc. is a non-profit foundation dedicated to the study of art history and to fostering the accessibility, cataloguing, and digitization of archival materials that support critical research in the field.

    Photo: Tom Wesselmann in his studio at 175 Bleecker Street, New York, with Great American Nude #21 (1961, in progress). / Photo: Jerry Goodman, 1961 - © The Estate of Tom Wesselmann/Licensed by ARS/VAGA, New York

  • The Coalition for the Homeless - Online Viewing Room


    May 26 - June 7, 2020

    Almine Rech is pleased to announce a special initiative in collaboration with artists to support the individuals and families who have been impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. A curated online exhibition will open May 26, featuring new works by New Jersey- and New York-based artists:

    Justin Adian, Joe Andoe, Jean-Baptiste Bernadet, Todd Bienvenu, Joe Bradley, Peter Halley, Marcus Jahmal, Kurt Kauper, Leelee Kimmel, Jeff Koons, Erik Lindman, John McAllister, Sam McKinniss, Arlene Shechet, Taryn Simon, Vaughn Spann, Genesis Tramaine, Chloe Wise

    There are currently more people homeless in New York than at any time since the Great Depression. Tonight alone, 63,000 people - including nearly 22,000 children - will sleep in NYC shelters. As the nation's oldest advocacy and direct service organization helping homeless individuals and families, the Coalition for the Homeless provides lifesaving support to thousands of homeless and at-risk individuals every single day. Over the past 40 years, the Coalition has developed and implemented humane, cost-effective strategies to end mass homelessness once and for all, and in those four decades has given more than one million homeless New Yorkers a way off the streets.

    50% of each sale will be donated to the Coalition.

    Link to the Online Viewing Room

  • #7Questions with... Jean-Baptiste Bernadet


    May 25 - 31, 2020

    #7questions with... is a weekly series of stories in which an artist will share personal inspirations (books, films, exhibitions...) and studio images.

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  • Pre-order - Wes Lang

    Almine Rech Editions is pleased to present the limited edition print 'For The Good Times', its first collaboration with artist Wes Lang.

    For The Good Times, 2020⁣⁣⁣

    Archival pigment print on cotton paper, hand beveled edges
    58 x 44 cm - 22 7/8 x 17 3/8 inches
    Edition of 75 + 20 AP
    Signed and numbered on the front

    Pre-order here

  • Pre-order - Rudolf Polanszky

    Rudolf Polanszky's catalog titled 'Chimera', published by Almine Rech Editions, is now available to pre-order.

    Published in conjunction with Rudolf Polanszky's exhibition 'Chimera' held at Almine Rech Brussels from October 24 to December 21, 2019, with an essay by Dieter Buchhart.

  • Book drop - Tom Wesselmann


    May 18 - 25, 2020

    During the containment period, Almine Rech will offer access to some of its publications by making one catalog digitally available every Monday. The catalog will be available online during one week.

    This week's read: Tom Wesselmann 'A Different Kind of Woman', published by Almine Rech Editions in 2017.
    In this catalog, you will find a foreword by Almine Rech, texts by Brenda Schmahmann (Professor and the SARChl Chair in South African Art and Visual Culture, University of Johannesburg) and Anne Pasternak (Shelby White and Leon Levy Director, Brooklyn Museum) as well as installation views of Tom Wesselmann's exhibition at Almine Rech Paris (October - December, 2016) and archival material. It also inclused a facsimile of the original catalog published for the occasion of the exhibition ‘New Work by Tom Wesselmann’ held at the Sidney Janis Gallery in 1970.

    The e-catalog is available online here

    You can also find more information about Almine Rech Editions here and purchase Tom Wesselmann's catalog here

    To inquire about Tom Wesselmann's work, please contact: inquiries@alminerech.com
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  • Antoni Tàpies - Walkthrough of his exhibition at Almine Rech London

    Watch the video online!

    Almine Rech Brussels presented an exhibition of works by Antoni Tàpies (1923-2012), a museum-quality selection of 22 paintings, created by the artist during his last two decades. Indeed, over half of the works on view have been featured in museum and gallery exhibitions, and most are documented in related publications. This is his first solo exhibition in Belgium since 1985, when the Musée d’Art Moderne, Bruxelles (now Musée Modern Museum) organized a survey. This exhibition marked the co-representation of the Estate of Antoni Tàpies.

  • #7Questions with... Claire Tabouret


    May 18 - 24, 2020

    #7questions with... is a weekly series of stories in which an artist will share personal inspirations (books, films, exhibitions...) and studio images.

    Check our Instagram account to see the stories

  • Genesis Tramaine - Walkthrough of her exhibition at Almine Rech London

    Watch the video online!

    This exhibition explores the universal identity of the soul through the mortal lens of a spiritual being who navigates the world as a servant of God and happens to be a Black woman, a daughter, a grand-daughter, a sister, a cousin, a friend, an auntie, and a Queer wife. Tramaine invites audiences to contemplate themselves in the presence of Divine spirit through the human face, which cannot see itself unless seen in reflection.

    Exhibition on view by appointment from June 2nd to June 6th.
    To schedule an appointment, please write to: contact.london@alminerech.com

  • Book drop - Johan Creten


    May 12 - 19, 2020

    During the containment period, Almine Rech will offer access to some of its publications by making one catalog digitally available every Monday. The catalog will be available online during one week.

    This week's read: Johan Creten '8 Gods', published by Almine Rech Editions in 2017. In this catalog, you will find poems by Colin Lemoine (Art Historian, Independent Curator and Director of Sculpture at the Musée Bourdelle, Paris) as well as installation views of Johan Creten's exhibition at Almine Rech Brussels (March - April 2017).

    Selected by Le Figaro among the 10 most beautiful art books in 2017!

    The e-catalog is available online here

    You can also find more information about Almine Rech Editions here and purchase Johan Creten's catalog here

    To inquire about Johan Creten's work, please contact: inquiries@alminerech.com
    Be sure to register to our newsletter to get information on next Monday’s consultable publication!

Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, all galeries are temporarily closed to the public, but remain accessible by appointment.