• Almine Rech now represents Amanda Wall

    Almine Rech is pleased to announce the global representation of artist Amanda Wall.

    In 2022, the gallery will feature works by Amanda Wall in upcoming fairs such as Paris +, Art Basel Miami Beach and Art021 Shanghai.

    Amanda Wall is an American self-taught painter who lives and works in Los Angeles, California. A heady mix of voyeurism, exhibitionism, and 21st century existentialism, Wall's work exposes the intimate and uncanny. With a shock of lurid colors in contrast to tender flesh tones, Wall's distinctive palette touches on the nerve of vulnerability, desire and control. The subject matter, however, remains shadowy - a tension between abstraction and distorted reality, a conflict between the self and the void.

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  • Almine Rech now represents Zio Ziegler

    Almine Rech is pleased to announce the representation of California-born artist, Zio Ziegler, in New York, Europe and United Kingdom.

    On the occasion of The Art Show 2022, Almine Rech is pleased to present a solo booth of works by Zio Ziegler.

    Ziegler paints from a meditative state, drawing from his subconscious a personal interpretation of the world around him. For him, painting is an act of self-exploration and a radical expression of vulnerability. “Painting is my attempt at self-understanding - rather than finding a concept and executing it in a linear fashion, I react to my questions, life, and awareness,” he claims. The focus of Ziegler’s practice aims to illuminate the process of creating instead of isolating the final result. His images of monumental figures set in motion serve as a portal of sorts for the viewer, inviting them to perceive the work in their own way, and in turn creating an active exchange between the artist and the audience.

    Using primarily oil sticks, Ziegler works with textures that fuse the raw oil pigment with external materials such as sand, soil, and pumice. His sources of inspiration include Italian Futurism and Cubism, and call to mind the hybridization of figuration and abstraction exemplified by Francis Bacon, the early works of Kazimir Malevich, and Constantin Brancusi's sculptures.

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  • Frieze London

    October 12 - 16, 2022
    Booth D13

    On the occasion of Frieze London 2022, Almine Rech will present works by Alexandre Lenoir, a French-Caribbean artist.

    After graduating with honours from the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris (2016), Alexandre Lenoir moved to Casablanca to further develop his practice. His paintings consist of multiple layers of colour washes combined with an elaborate technique of stencilling.

    Representing landscapes of luxurious vegetation, interiors and buildings, Lenoir’s works often include characters as ephemeral as memories. Like flashbacks or dreamscapes, an ambiguous hedonism inhabits these visions, drawing on the multiple identities of the artist himself: one of his Caribbean roots, to Chartres where he grew up, to Morocco and his formative artistic years; and finally to the industrial neighbourhood of Paris where today his studio is located.

    Alexandre Lenoir was awarded the Fondation Jean-François Prat et Marie-Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre in 2016 and Pierre Cardin de l’Académie des Beaux-Arts de Paris prizes in 2020.

    Alexandre Lenoir, Bouillante, 2022 - Acrylic and oil on cotton canvas - 248 x 210 cm, 97 1/2 x 82 1/2 in / © Alexandre Lenoir - Courtesy of the Artist and Almine Rech - Photo: Melissa Castro Duarte

    Wednesday, 12 October:
    VIP Preview 11 am — 7pm

    Thursday, 13 October - Saturday 15 October:
    General Audience 11 am — 7 pm

    Sunday, 16 October:
    General Audience 11 am — 6 pm

    Park Square West
    Regent's Park
    NW1 4LL London UK

    Tickets can be booked online here.

    Our booth will also be live in the Online Viewing Room.

  • Frieze Masters

    Spotlight: Vivian Springford
    October 12 - 16, 2022
    Booth S1

    On the occasion of Frieze Masters Spotlight, Almine Rech will exhibit 8 works by the American abstract painter Vivian Springford (1913-2003). Springford first experimented with Abstract expressionism and then with a Color field vocabulary, the works presented focus on the latter.

    Springford’s colour palette draws inspiration from landscapes, plants, flowers, and sky. These subtle tones of nature can be seen in chromatic explosions which take the form of theoretical and cosmological shapes.

    These works exemplify her technical ingenuity, evocative choice of colour, and her practice exploring expressive forms through rhythmic movement. The works from the 1960s and 1970s demonstrate her evolving style, which increasingly departed from any theoretical or aesthetic reciprocity with the art of that time.

    Springford once remarked that, for her, the act of painting was an “attempt to identify with the universal whole…. I want to find my own small plot or pattern of energy that will express the inner me in terms of rhythmic movement and colour. The expansive centre of the universe, of the stars, and of nature is my constant challenge in abstract terms.” [1]

    [1] Springford's artist statement in the The Woman in the Arts Foundation's newsletter
    (March, 1976).

  • Almine Rech now represents Umar Rashid

    Almine Rech is pleased to announce the representation in Europe and China of Chicago-born artist Umar Rashid, also known as Frohawk Two Feathers, following his first solo exhibition at Almine Rech Paris.

    Almine Rech will feature Umar Rashid's works in Paris+ 2022 and Art Basel Miami 2022.

    Having pursued a Bachelor of Arts in Cinema and Photography from the Southern Illinois University of Carbondale, he developed his own visual language with a focus on history and storytelling. The countless motifs and symbols present in his work transcend culture and make for a playful reading where viewers can interpret many different meanings.

    Rashid finds inspiration in everything that surrounds him – from old illuminated manuscripts, Native American ledger drawings, primitive art paintings, Mughal Persian miniature paintings, Indonesian Batik, Hmong story cloth, Egyptian hieroglyphs, Sumerian Babylonian cuneiform, Roman mosaics, Greek black-line pottery, and Japanese woodblock prints to African sculpture.

    Though mostly using mediums like ink and acrylic, Rashid doesn’t shy away from atypical materials such as tea and coffee, allowing him to make original connections between contemporary culture and colonialism.. As a self-taught artist, he has developed a freedom of expression that has evolved with his painting, avoiding the constrictions of academic artistic education.

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  • The Armory Show

    September 8 - 11, 2022
    Booth 121

    On the occasion of The Armory 2022, Almine Rech will present works by John M Armleder and Vaughn Spann in a specially curated two-artist dialogue. The selection of new works highlights both artists' radical approach to the materials and methods of painting. Spann will present a selection of new works from his ongoing series of biomorphic abstractions featuring two-tone compositions that showcase crackled, impastoed surfaces and appear to radiate heat from within. These pieces will be shown alongside several new canvases by Armleder from his well-established Pour painting series in which the artist cascades liquid pigment to create veils of brilliant color and form.

    VIP Preview (by invitation only):
    Thursday, September 8, 2022, 12 pm - 8 pm

    Public Days:
    Friday, September 9, 2022, 12 pm - 8 pm
    Saturday, September 10, 2022, 12 pm - 7 pm
    Sunday, September 11, 2022, 12 - 6 pm

    The Armory Show
    Javits Center
    429 11th Ave
    New York, NY 10001

    For press requests, please contact:
    Lindsay DeSantis
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  • Frieze Seoul

    September 2 – 5, 2022
    Booth C5

    On the occasion of Frieze Seoul 2022, Almine Rech will bring together artists represented by our gallery who demonstrate distinctive practices within painting and sculpture, spanning a wide range of generations and origins. Composed mainly of recently executed wall-based works, this year’s booth reflects the gallery’s diverse program, showcasing artists that exemplify new currents and expansive investigations into different mediums.

    The booth will highlight mostly recent works by established, mid-career and emerging artists: Scott Kahn, Ryoji IkedaZio ZieglerGeorge Condo, Mehdi Ghadyanloo, Brian Calvin, Genieve FiggisJosé Lerma, Tom WesselmannTed Pim, Minjung Kim, De Wain ValentineGregor Hildebrandt, Brent WaddenRudolf Polanszky, Tursic & Mille, Javier CallejaTali LennoxPeter Peri and John McAllister.

    Tom Wesselmann, Monica Sleeping with Matisse, 1988 - Enamel on cut-out steel -118.1 x 218.4 cm, 46 1/2 x 86 in / © Courtesy of the Estate and Almine Rech © 2022 The Estate of Tom Wesselmann / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York - Photo: Nicolas Brasseur

    Friday, 2 September:
    VIP Preview 2 pm — 8 pm
    First VIP Access 2 pm — 5 pm
    Second VIP Access 5 pm — 8 pm

    Saturday, 3 September:
    VIP Preview 11 am — 1 pm
    General Audience 1pm — 7.30 pm

    Sunday, 4 September:
    VIP Preview 11am —1 pm
    General Audience 1pm —7.30 pm

    Monday, 5 September:
    General Audience 11am — 5 pm

    COEX, 513 Yeongdong-daero
    06164, Seoul
    The fair will be held inside Hall C and D.

    Tickets can be booked online here.

    Online Preview:
    From 26 August – Online VIP Preview
    From 29 August – Online Public Preview
    6 September – Closes

    For press requests, please contact:
    Rosie Fitter
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  • Almine Rech to extend its Paris gallery at 18 Avenue Matignon, doubling its size

    The gallery will keep its address at 18 Avenue Matignon in the 8th Arrondissement in Paris. The expansion is set to take place in early September.

    The extension of the gallery symbolizes Almine Rech’s ambition to keep growing in the French capital in a community that has been instrumental in shaping the gallery since its inception in 1997. The addition to the existing space will be located in the elegant Haussmann building and will provide greater visibility to the roster of international artists the gallery represents.

    Almine comments:
    “With the changes in Parisian traffic in recent years, we decided it was necessary to establish our presence on both sides of the Louvre in order to be closer to all of our collectors. Avenue Matignon has always been a neighborhood of art galleries, as it is close to the museums of the 16th Arrondissement, the auction houses, and the Grand and Petit Palais. Today, the 8th Arrondissement has become one of the major hubs in the international art market, so it only makes sense that we expand our presence there.”

    The inaugural show at Almine Rech Paris | Matignon will be a solo exhibition of Vietnamese artist Mai-Thu, titled Inventing Tradition – A Vietnamese Painter in France opening in early September, 2022. A solo show of Alexander Calder, organized in collaboration with the Calder Foundation, will follow in October 2022.

  • Johan Creten in conversation with Barbara De Coninck

    July 1, 2022

    Johan Creten will be in conversation with Barbara De Coninck on the occasion of his solo show BESTIARIUM at Almine Rech Brussels

    Friday, July 1st

    Talk at 6 pm followed by a book signing

    Free entry. Join us!

  • Art Monte Carlo

    July 13 — 16, 2022
    Booth 6

    On the occasion of Art Monte Carlo 2022, Almine Rech is pleased to present a group exhibition alongside works by emerging and established artists. Through a multifaceted group of works, Almine Rech will bring together artists who demonstrate distinctive practices in painting and sculpture within a wide range of generations and origins: Jean-Baptiste Bernadet, Gordon Cheung, Johan Creten, Jorge Galindo, Mehdi Ghadyanloo, Allen Jones, Leelee Kimmel, Tomokazu Matsuyama, Alexandre Lenoir, Ryan Schneider, Thu Van Tran, Kim Tschang-Yeul, Tursic & Mille, Francesco Vezzoli and Tom Wesselmann.

    On the booth, the gallery will also present a highlight of works by Italian artist Gioele Amaro. A master of the art of synthesis, Amaro combines, transforms, and blurs the boundaries to construct a dialogue between traditional mediums (painting, photography, drawing) and new technologies. By bringing his own touch to this original technique, Amaro shifts figurative representation into the abstract and captures the essence of the subject from real life.

    Preview (by invitation only):
    Wednesday, June 13, 2022, 2 pm to 8 pm

    Thursday, June 14, 2022, 2 pm to 7 pm

    Public Days:
    Friday, July 15, 2022, 2 pm to 8 pm
    Saturday, July 16, 2022, 2 pm to 8 pm

    Grimaldi Forum
    10, avenue Princesse Grace - BP 2000
    MC 98001 Monaco Cedex

    Tickets can be booked online here.

    For press requests, please contact:
    Pauline Quille
    Éléonore Grau

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