It’s launched! L’ATLAS’ worldwide collaboration with PERRIER on a limited series of Perrier bottles. We had the pleasure to host the launch this week with a private reception at the gallery at the same time show a selection of earlier works by the artist. During the day L’ATLAS took over Battery Park creating one of four outdoor installations in four metropols of the world: New York, Paris, Seoul and Mexico. More on that soon.
THIS WEEK: We are launching the L’ATLAS – PERRIER worldwide collaboration. October 28th L’ATLAS is doing an outdoor installation taking over Battery Park. The day ends with a private recpetion at Catherine Ahnell Gallery with never seen work of L’ATLAS on show. Following earlier collaborations including Andy Warhol and Salvador Dali French artist L’ATLAS is celebrating his limited bottle art edition in collaboration with PERRIER with four streetart installations taking over f
You have probably heard about it but have you seen it? Today is the last day of the Rebecca Dayan solo show Assumption. W Magazine named it Virgin Vault and called Dayan one of the top 7 artists to watch, WSJ put it on their where-to-go-list, Arsty explained very well how the artist took a fresh look at the histocial concept of virginity. We are sad to close the exhibition today but thrilled that you all loved it. Come through if you haven’t yet and take a look at what everyo
Two days left and now one month ago since Rebecca Dayan opened her solo exhibition Assumption. After one month of residency here at the gallery her first solo show was revealed and what a reception! A big thank you to Harper’s Bazaar, WSJ, W Magazine and and all the press who wanted to come by to see what was going on, to all the people who have bought paintings or have come to admired them. And if you haven’t had the chance yet there is still today and tomorrow:
This is the last weekend of Rebecca Dayan’s solo exhibiton Assumption. Come through for the final chance to experience this much discussed debut show. You will find us at 66 Grand Street #1, New York, NY 10013 Friday 12-7pm, Saturday and Sunday 12-6pm. For some great reading on the show head over to these links: HARPER’S BAZAAR
When W Magazine selects seven artists to watch both of our artists in residence, Rebecca Dayan and Tali Lennox are on the list. Tali Lennox had her first solo show Layers Of Life here in Mars opening The Year Of The Woman at the gallery. Rebecca Dayan‘s debut show Assumption is closing this Sunday. Hurry over here if you want to see what W is talking about. Read more: http://www.wmagazine.com/culture/art-and-design/2015/10/petra-collins-rebecca-dayan-artists/photos/slide/7
Do you remember the Agnés B. collaboration LMDLDZR_ZeeR did in New York in conjuction to his New York debut here at the gallery? Just recently he flew of to Japan for another Agnés B. project. This time for an interior art collaboration but clothing print as well. Check out some outtakes from his collaboration below. Photos courtesy of LeMoDuLeDeZeeR and Agnés B. Tokyo.
Our former artist in residence – Mehdi-Georges Lahlou – who made his New York debut here at the gallery last year, is now back in the city. His much anticipated show ‘I did not have to cross the sea’ opened yesterday at Merton D. Simpson Gallery. We were there ofcourse and warmly recommend you to pass by. And if you missed Lahlou last time this is the perfect opportunity to get familiar with his incredible work. “Mehdi-Georges Lahlou is one of the few international artists de
If you have known us for a while you know L’ATLAS had an exhibition here last year. As an artist in residence he spent one month in the gallery space leading up to his exhibtion ‘SHAPES’ creating all the pieces exposed. It was during this time he decided to take a new direction in his work and shape the canvases. The borders of the paintings he made took different shapes in connection to the patterns of each painting. Later this month L’ATLAS is coming back to New York to lau
Rebecca Dayan’s exhibition now featured and reviewed on Artsy. “Before Christianity, the word “virgin” didn’t have the sexual connotations it has today. Many consider that in its origins, the word was used to refer to an autonomous woman; Greek goddesses, for example, were called virgins in reference to their strength.
Is it possible today, to reclaim this abandoned meaning of the word, to emphasize independence rather than chastity or sexual inexperience? This question is a