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Paris Internationale is pleased to announce its 2021 edition, taking place from 20 to 24 October 2021 at 186 avenue Victor Hugo. A professional preview will take place on Tuesday, October 19.

For its seventh edition, Paris Internationale welcomes back longstanding collaborators such as e.g. greengrassi (London), Kendall Koppe (Glasgow), KOW (Berlin), Misako & Rosen (Tokyo), Stereo (Warsaw) or Veda (Florence), as well as exciting new exhibitors e.g. Crisis (Lima), Delgosha (Tehran), Ginsberg Galeria (Lima), Grey Noise (Dubai), LC Queisser (Tbilisi), Piedras (Buenos Aires) or First Floor Gallery (Harare).

All galleries are bringing solo or duo presentations to an intimate and welcoming setting in a residential building on avenue Victor Hugo in Paris’ 16th arrondissement to the west of the Eiffel Tower.

As every year, Paris Internationale is also supporting the major contribution of non-profit spaces and invited Blitz (Valletta), Rhizome (Algiers) or Selebe Yoon (Dakar) and Studiocur/art (Beirut/Paris) to the fair. This year’s public programs will feature the third itération of Daily Dérives, a series of commented visits and a curated program of conversations. Overseen by Anissa Touati, who has recently joined the team as Curator-at-large, the talks focus on tactics of togetherness while imagining new futures. The full schedule will be announced this week-end.

As part of its support to the young French art scene, this edition will be an opportunity for the Emerige Endowment Fund to exhibit works by the winners of the Emerige Revelation Grant. The 7th edition of Paris Internationale is also supported by Fondation d’entreprise Galeries Lafayette and Métier.

Paris Internationale has also further developed the website to provide a properly pleasurable experience of the galleries’ presentations in viewing rooms allowing for ample contextual material that will be available until October 31st.

A cornerstone of the city’s cultural agenda, Paris Art Week brings an unparalleled energy to the great galleries and cultural institutions of Paris each October. We are happy to be back with a great fully irl edition of Paris Internationale in this context and look forward to seeing you in less than two weeks!

For further requests, please contact:

PARIS INTERNATIONALE
Mathilde Carayon
press@parisinternationale.com

IC INSIGHT COMMUNICATIONS
Jasmine Spezie – Romain Mangion
art@insightcommunications.cc
+33 1 42 84 19 09

Paris Internationale a le plaisir d’annoncer que son édition 2021 se déroulera du 20 au 24 octobre 2021 au 186 avenue Victor Hugo. Une journée professionnelle aura lieu le mardi 19 octobre.

Pour sa septième édition, Paris Internationale accueille à nouveau des collaborateurs de longue date tels que greengrassi (Londres), Kendall Koppe (Glasgow), KOW (Berlin), Misako & Rosen (Tokyo), Stereo (Varsovie) ou Veda (Florence), ainsi que de nouveaux exposants tels que Crisis (Lima), Delgosha (Téhéran), Ginsberg Galeria (Lima), Grey Noise (Dubaï), LC Queisser (Tbilissi), Piedras (Buenos Aires). Crisis (Lima), Delgosha (Téhéran), Ginsberg Galeria (Lima), Grey Noise (Dubaï), LC Queisser (Tbilissi), Piedras (Buenos Aires) ou First Floor Gallery (Harare).

Dans un cadre intime et accueillant d’un immeuble haussmannien de l’avenue Victor Hugo, dans le 16e arrondissement de Paris, à l’ouest de la tour Eiffel, toutes les galeries montreront des présentations d’un ou deux artistes seulement.

Comme tous les ans, Paris Internationale soutient également la contribution majeure des espaces non-profit et a invité Blitz (La Valette), Rhizome (Alger), Selebe Yoon (Dakar) et Studiocur/art (Beyrouth/Paris) à prendre part gratuitement à la foire pour promouvoir leur action. Cette 7ème édition, sera également l’occasion des œuvres des lauréats de la Bourse Revelations Emerige seront exposées.

Les programmes publics de cette année comprendront la troisième itération des Daily Dérives, une série de visites commentées de la foire et un programme de conversations. Proposé par Anissa Touati, qui a récemment rejoint l’équipe en tant que Curator-at-large, les conversations s’intéressent aux stratégies du vivre-ensemble tout en imaginant de nouveaux futurs. Le déroulé complet sera annoncé ce week-end.

Dans le cadre de sa politique de soutien а la jeune scène artistique française, cette édition sera l’occasion pour le Fonds de dotation Emerige d’exposer des oeuvres des lauréats de la Bourse Révélation Emerige. La 7ème édition de Paris Internationale bénéficie également du soutien de la Fondation d’entreprise Galeries Lafayette et Métier.

Paris Internationale a également continué à développer son site internet afin d’offrir une expérience agréable et d’accueillir les présentations des galeries dans des viewing rooms donnant la possibilité de mettre l’accent sur toute sorte de matériaux contextuels. L’édition digitale sera visible jusqu’au 31 octobre.

Temps fort du calendrier culturel parisien, la Semaine de l’art insuffle chaque année en octobre une énergie sans équivalent aux galeries et institutions culturelles de Paris. Nous sommes heureux de revenir avec une belle édition de Paris Internationale entièrement irl
et avons hâte de vous voir dans moins de deux semaines !

Nous restons à votre disposition pour toute information et demande complémentaire.

PARIS INTERNATIONALE
Mathilde Carayon
press@parisinternationale.com

IC INSIGHT COMMUNICATIONS
Jasmine Spezie – Romain Mangion
art@insightcommunications.cc
+33 1 42 84 19 09

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After 8 Books, Paris
Artbeat, Tbilisi
Blitz, Valetta
Ciaccia Levi, Paris
Crisis, Lima
Crèvecœur, Paris
Delgosha, Teheran
Fanta-MLN, Milan
FELIX GAUDLITZ, Vienna
First Floor Gallery, Harare
Georg Kargl Fine Arts, Vienna
Ginsberg Galeria, Lima
Good Weather, North Little Rock/Chicago
greengrassi, London
Gregor Staiger, Zurich/Milan
Grey Noise, Dubai
Hot Wheels, Athens
Iragui, Moscow
Kayokoyuki, Tokyo
Kendall Koppe, Glasgow
KOW, Berlin
LC Queisser, Tbilisi
Galerie Lefebvre & Fils, Paris
Lucas Hirsch, Dusseldorf
Misako & Rosen, Tokyo
Piedras, Buenos Aires
Rhizome, Algiers
Selebe Yoon, Dakar
SOPHIE TAPPEINER, Vienna
Sperling, Munich
Stereo, Warsaw
Studiocur/art, Beyrouth/Paris
Three Star Books, Paris
Veda, Florence
von ammon co, Washington DC
Wilfried Lentz, Rotterdam

After 8 Books, Paris
Artbeat, Tbilisi
Blitz, Valetta
Ciaccia Levi, Paris
Crisis, Lima
Crèvecœur, Paris
Delgosha, Teheran
Fanta-MLN, Milan
Felix Gaudlitz, Vienna
First Floor Gallery, Harare
Georg Kargl Fine Arts, Vienna
Ginsberg Galeria, Lima
Good Weather, North Little Rock/Chicago
greengrassi, London
Gregor Staiger, Zurich/Milan
Grey Noise, Dubai
Hot Wheels, Athens
Iragui, Moscow
Kayokoyuki, Tokyo
Kendall Koppe, Glasgow
KOW, Berlin
LC Queisser, Tbilisi
Galerie Lefebvre & Fils, Paris
Lucas Hirsch, Dusseldorf
Misako & Rosen, Tokyo
Piedras, Buenos Aires
Rhizome, Algiers
Selebe Yoon, Dakar
Sophie Tappeiner, Vienna
Sperling, Munich
Stereo, Warsaw
Studiocur/art, Beyrouth/Paris
Three Star Books, Paris
Veda, Florence
von ammon co, Washington DC
Wilfried Lentz, Rotterdam

Building Vues du bâtiment
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View 3 - © Paris Internationale
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Exhibitors Medias Images des Exposants
alexandra pace cave - © Courtesy the artist and Blitz Valletta, Paris Internationale
Blitz
ALEXANDRA PACE
The Cave, 2020
Baryta print, framed 24 x 30 cm
Edition 2/6
Courtesy the artist and Blitz Valletta
Naoki Sutter-Shudo, Fe, 2021 - © Courtesy de l'artiste et de Crèvecœur, Paris, Paris Internationale
Fe
Naoki Sutter-Shudo, Fe, 2021
wood, enamel, stainless steel, polyester, snakeskin
26 x 38.5 x 54 cm
Naoki Sutter-Shudo, Propylée, 2021 - © Courtesy de l'artiste et de Crèvecœur, Paris, Paris Internationale
Propylée
Naoki Sutter-Shudo, Propylée, 2021
wood, enamel, stainless steel, silicone rubber, neoprene rubber, polyester, rubberized real and fake bone
42.5 x 62 x 17.5 cm
Naoki Sutter-Shudo, Royaume limité, 2021 - © Courtesy de l'artiste et de Crèvecœur, Paris, Paris Internationale
Royaume limité
Naoki Sutter-Shudo, Royaume limité, 2021
wood, enamel, vinyl paint, decals, stainless steel, neoprene rubber
19 x 54.5 x 54.5 cm
Happy Horizon - © Paris Internationale
Happy Horizon
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Delgosha - © Paris Internationale
Delgosha
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Delgosha - © Paris Internationale
Delgosha
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Lorenza Longhi
Untitled (Particuliere 505 Pavillion), 2021
Collages, plexiglass, aluminium, rivets (13 x 33 x 1,5 cm each) installed on mobile pavilion (Variable dimension) magnets, plastic panels, magnets, ropes, cable ties, rivets
Exhibition view, FOTOROMANZA at Le Commun, Geneva, 2021
Courtesy of Giada Olivotto & Camilla Paolino for one gee in fog.
Photo: Massimiliano Rossetto - © Paris Internationale
Fanta-MLN
Lorenza Longhi
Untitled (Particuliere 505 Pavillion), 2021
Collages, plexiglass, aluminium, rivets (13 x 33 x 1,5 cm each) installed on mobile pavilion (Variable dimension) magnets, plastic panels, magnets, ropes, cable ties, rivets
Exhibition view, FOTOROMANZA at Le Commun, Geneva, 2021
Courtesy of Giada Olivotto & Camilla Paolino for one gee in fog.
Photo: Massimiliano Rossetto
Lorenza Longhi 
Untitled (Tradition Pattern), 2020
silkscreen on found fabric mounted on wood, screws 
140 x 120 x 2,5 cm
unique
Courtesy of the artist and Fanta-MLN, Milan
Photo: DSL Studio - © Paris Internationale
Fanta-MLN
Lorenza Longhi
Untitled (Tradition Pattern), 2020
silkscreen on found fabric mounted on wood, screws
140 x 120 x 2,5 cm
unique
Courtesy of the artist and Fanta-MLN, Milan
Photo: DSL Studio
Milena Büsch
*Für andere die Arbeit machen 4/7,* 2020/2021
Oil on paper, frame
34 × 32,5 cm (13.386 × 12.795 in) - © Courtesy the artist and FELIX GAUDLITZ, Vienna, Paris Internationale
Für andere die Arbeit machen 4/7
Milena Büsch
Für andere die Arbeit machen 4/7, 2020/2021
Oil on paper, frame
34 × 32,5 cm (13.386 × 12.795 in)
Milena Büsch
*Für andere die Arbeit machen 1/7,* 2020/2021
Oil on paper, frame
34 × 32,5 cm (13.386 × 12.795 in) - © Courtesy the artist and FELIX GAUDLITZ, Vienna, Paris Internationale
Für andere die Arbeit machen 1/7
Milena Büsch
Für andere die Arbeit machen 1/7, 2020/2021
Oil on paper, frame
34 × 32,5 cm (13.386 × 12.795 in)
Milena Büsch
*Für andere die Arbeit machen 2/7,* 2020/2021
Oil on paper, frame
34 × 32,5 cm (13.386 × 12.795 in) - © Courtesy the artist and FELIX GAUDLITZ, Vienna, Paris Internationale
Für andere die Arbeit machen 2/7
Milena Büsch
Für andere die Arbeit machen 2/7, 2020/2021
Oil on paper, frame
34 × 32,5 cm (13.386 × 12.795 in)
Jakob Lena Knebl, *Ursula* (detail), 2021 - © courtesy the artist and Georg Kargl Fine Arts, Vienna, Paris Internationale
Georg Kargl Fine Arts
Jakob Lena Knebl, Ursula (detail), 2021
Jakob Lena Knebl, *Ursula*, 2021 - © courtesy Jakob Lena Knebl and Georg Kargl Fine Arts, Vienna, Paris Internationale
Georg Kargl Fine Arts
Jakob Lena Knebl, Ursula, 2021
David Fesl, *Untitled*, 2021 - © courtesy the artist and Georg Kargl Fine Arts, Vienna, Paris Internationale
Georg Kargl Fine Arts
David Fesl, Untitled, 2021
Charbel-joseph H. Boutros, The Booth, The Gallerist and The Mausoleum, 2021, Photo, video, ipad, printed contact, frame, dimensions variable - © Image courtesy of the artist and Grey Noise, Dubai., Paris Internationale
The Booth, The Gallerist and The Mausoleum
Charbel-joseph H. Boutros, The Booth, The Gallerist and The Mausoleum, 2021, Photo, video, ipad, printed contact, frame, dimensions variable
<p style="font-size:10px">Charbel-joseph H. Boutros, Night Archive, 2020, 3 Night Cartographies, 3 cotton covers, heat, obscurity, dimensions variable</p> - © Image courtesy of the artist and Grey Noise, Dubai., Paris Internationale
Grey Noise

Charbel-joseph H. Boutros, Night Archive, 2020, 3 Night Cartographies, 3 cotton covers, heat, obscurity, dimensions variable

<p style="font-size:10px">Stéphanie Saadé, Space Habitability, 2021, 1360 grams of hand-glazed cast porcelain, dimensions and size of installation variable</p>

<p style="font-size:10px">Small porcelain pieces, with a weight equal to the artist’s pillow weight, are displayed on the ground. The porcelain pieces have been realized by Maastricht-based ceramic artist David Roosenberg.</p> - © Image courtesy by the Artist and Grey Noise, Dubai.

Photo by: GJ.VanROOIJ, Paris Internationale
Grey Noise

Stéphanie Saadé, Space Habitability, 2021, 1360 grams of hand-glazed cast porcelain, dimensions and size of installation variable



Small porcelain pieces, with a weight equal to the artist’s pillow weight, are displayed on the ground. The porcelain pieces have been realized by Maastricht-based ceramic artist David Roosenberg.

Fragment from *RANIA*, an unfulfilled exhibition proposal written by Maria Toumazou and Marina Xenofontos in December 2014 at Paris Internationale 2021 presented by Hot Wheels Athens - © Paris Internationale
Hot Wheels
Fragment from RANIA, an unfulfilled exhibition proposal written by Maria Toumazou and Marina Xenofontos in December 2014 at Paris Internationale 2021 presented by Hot Wheels Athens
Marina Xenofontos at Paris Internationale 2021 presented by Hot Wheels Athens - © Paris Internationale
Hot Wheels
Marina Xenofontos at Paris Internationale 2021 presented by Hot Wheels Athens
Maria Toumazou at Paris Internationale 2021 presented by Hot Wheels Athens - © Paris Internationale
Hot Wheels
Maria Toumazou at Paris Internationale 2021 presented by Hot Wheels Athens
Daichi Takagi
Blue leaves, 2021, oil on canvas, 41 × 31.8 cm - © Paris Internationale
Kayokoyuki
Daichi Takagi
Blue leaves, 2021, oil on canvas, 41 × 31.8 cm
Daichi Takagi
Rain, 2021, oil on canvas, 60.6 × 72.7 cm - © Paris Internationale
Kayokoyuki
Daichi Takagi
Rain, 2021, oil on canvas, 60.6 × 72.7 cm
Shiho Kagabu
2021
Aluminum, helium gas, aluminum deposited film, ribbon, thread, vinyl, etc. - © Paris Internationale
Kayokoyuki
Shiho Kagabu
2021
Aluminum, helium gas, aluminum deposited film, ribbon, thread, vinyl, etc.
Hamish Chapman - © Image appears courtesy of the artist and Kendall Koppe, Glasgow, Paris Internationale
Kendall Koppe
Hamish Chapman, Love (03/09/20, 19:38), 2021, oil on canvas,
141.50 x 100 cm.
Hamish Chapman - © Image appears courtesy of the artist and Kendall Koppe, Glasgow, Paris Internationale
Kendall Koppe
Hamish Chapman, Butterfly (28.03.20, 19:33), 2021, oil on canvas,
41.5 x 31 cm.
Josh Faught, Scare Snactics, 2019, hand dyed, hand woven cotton; gold lamé; hemp; nail polish; onion rings (rubber); chocolate chip cookies (resin); How to Go to the Movies by Quentin Crisp (paperback); Muffin Mania (a spiral bound cookbook); The Only Clutter Control Book You’ll Ever Need (paperback) on steel armature, 189 x 80 x 62 cm. - © Image appears courtesy of the artist and Kendall Koppe, Glasgow, Paris Internationale
Kendall Koppe
Josh Faught, Scare Snactics, 2019, hand dyed, hand woven cotton; gold lamé; hemp; nail polish; onion rings (rubber); chocolate chip cookies (resin); How to Go to the Movies by Quentin Crisp (paperback); Muffin Mania (a spiral bound cookbook); The Only Clutter Control Book You’ll Ever Need (paperback) on steel armature, 189 x 80 x 62 cm.
exhibition view: Anna Ehrenstein Tools for Conviviality, C/O Berlin, 2021 - © photo by: David von Becker, courtesy the artist and KOW Berlin., Paris Internationale
KOW
Anna Ehrenstein
Tools for Conviviality, 2018 - ongoing
Exhibition view at C/O Berlin, 2021
Michael E. Smith - © Courtesy the artist and KOW Berlin, Paris Internationale
KOW
Michael E. Smith
Untitled, 2021
Personal Computer Tower, Towel, Stone
135 x 50 x 45 cm
Sophie Gogl - © Courtesy the artist and KOW Berlin., Paris Internationale
KOW
Sophie Gogl
o.T. (Haare), 2020
Glas container, mixed media
22 x 15 x 8 cm
Installation view, Melike Kara, 'HOW SHE SHAPES US', 2021, LC Queisser, Tbilisi - © Courtesy of the artist and LC Queisser, Tbilisi, Paris Internationale
LC Queisser
Installation view, Melike Kara, ‘HOW SHE SHAPES US’, 2021, LC Queisser, Tbilisi
Sophio Medoidze, 'Xitana'(still), 2019 - © Courtesy of the artist and LC Queisser, Tbilisi, Paris Internationale
LC Queisser
Sophio Medoidze, ‘Xitana’(still), 2019
Installation view, Melike Kara, 'HOW SHE SHAPES US', 2021, LC Queisser, Tbilisi - © Courtesy of the artist and LC Queisser, Tbilisi, Paris Internationale
LC Queisser
Installation view, Melike Kara, ‘HOW SHE SHAPES US’, 2021, LC Queisser, Tbilisi
Molly MCDONALD, Chroma Hanger - © Paris Internationale
Louis Lefebvre
Molly MCDONALD, Chroma Hanger, 2020
Ceramic, spray print
86,8 x 45,7 x 45,7 cm

34 x 18 x 18 in.

Molly MCDONALD, Stool no.3 - © Paris Internationale
Louis Lefebvre
Molly MCDONALD, Stool no.3, 2021
Ceramic, oxyde, stain

42 x 50,8 cm

16.5 x 20 in.

Molly MCDONALD, Purse - © Paris Internationale
Louis Lefebvre
Molly MCDONALD,
Purse, 2020
Ceramic, spray print

76,2 x 78,7 x 63,5 cm

30 x 31 x 25 in.

Kinke Kooi
Visit (1), 2019
Acrylic, pencil and gouache on paper diptych 
76 x 57 cm each - © Paris Internationale
Lucas Hirsch
Kinke Kooi
Visit (1), 2019
Acrylic, pencil and gouache on paper diptych
76 x 57 cm each
Reina Sugihara
Desert
2021
60.6cm x 50cm Oil on wood panel - © MISAKO &amp; ROSEN, Paris Internationale
Misako & Rosen
Reina Sugihara
Desert
2021
60.6cm x 50cm Oil on wood panel
Kazuyuki Takezaki Board / Table
2021
38.8x31.5cm - © MISAKO &amp; ROSEN, Paris Internationale
Misako & Rosen
Kazuyuki Takezaki Board / Table
2021
38.8x31.5cm
Kazuyuki Takezaki
untitled 
2021
18x14cm - © MISAKO &amp; ROSEN, Paris Internationale
Misako & Rosen
Kazuyuki Takezaki
untitled
2021
18x14cm
Liv Schulman: Brown, Yellow, White and Dead: Episode 1, 2020
Video 4k, 16min - © Paris Internationale
Piedras
Liv Schulman: Brown, Yellow, White and Dead: Episode 1, 2020
Video 4k, 16min
Constanza Giuliani
Poemas talismán
Airbrush on canvas
150 x 100
2021 - © Paris Internationale
Piedras
Constanza Giuliani
Poemas talismán
Airbrush on canvas
150 x 100
2021
Liv Schulman 
Caballo, sanguijuela y revolver
Colored pencil on paper
40 x 60 cm
2021 - © Paris Internationale
Piedras
Liv Schulman
Caballo, sanguijuela y revolver
Colored pencil on paper
40 x 60 cm
2021
Lounis Baouche - Monothéiste, Acrylic on canvas 103x72 cm, 2021. - © rhizome, Paris Internationale
Monothéiste
Lounis Baouche - Monothéiste, Acrylic on canvas 103x72 cm, 2021.
Lounis Baouche, Des Glaçons pour Mon Champagne, Acrylic on canvas 114x91cm, 2021. - © rhizome, Paris Internationale
Des Glaçons pour Mon Champagne
Lounis Baouche, Des Glaçons pour Mon Champagne, Acrylic on canvas 114x91cm, 2021.
Collectif incarcération, Crayons de couleurs sur papier , 21x29.7 cm, 2020. - © Lounis Baouche 
Courtesy of rhizome, Paris Internationale
rhizome
Collectif incarcération, Crayons de couleurs sur papier , 21x29.7 cm, 2020.
Mbaye Diop, Colobane, 2020, A3, graphite et acétone - © Mbaye Diop, Paris Internationale
Selebe Yoon
Mbaye Diop, Colobane, 2020, A3, graphite et acétone
anna vogel sperling paris internationale - © Courtesy Sperling Munich, photo Sebastian Kissel, Paris Internationale
Sperling
Anna Vogel
Share the storm, 2021
Indian ink and lacquer on pigment prints, frame finished in dusty gray
34.7 x 25.7 cm
Anna McCarthy, Sperling, Paris Internationale - © Courtesy the artist and Sperling Munich, photo: Sebastian Kissel, Paris Internationale
Endo/Exoskeleton
Anna McCarthy
Endo/Exoskeleton, 2020
Oyster shells on metal
200 x 85 cm
Anna McCarthy, Sperling - © Courtesy Sperling Munich, photo Sebastian Kissel, Paris Internationale
Sperling
Installation view: Anna McCarthy, „ADVENTURE ROOM“, 2020

Anna McCarthy
Rope Communication, 2020
rope, screens, media players
2 channel video, 16:9
(Summer) 09:06 min + (Winter) 13:05 min
Stereo - © Paris Internationale
Stereo
cpon_pi2021_01.jpg
Stereo - © Paris Internationale
Stereo
wbak_pi2021_01.jpg
Alexandra Paperno
Untitled ( From Drawing Lessons series)
Video 6 min, 2018
Edition of 5 - © Paris Internationale
Studiocur/art
Alexandra Paperno
Untitled ( From Drawing Lessons series)
Video 6 min, 2018
Edition of 5
Studiocur/art - © Paris Internationale
Studiocur/art
paperno.jpg
Elvire Bonduelle's SO FAR SO GOOD (Lamp edition). Produced by Three Star Books, Paris. - © Three Star Books, Paris Internationale
Three Star Books
Elvire Bonduelle, SO FAR SO GOOD (Lamp edition).
Produced by Three Star Books, Paris
Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster unique print G273 housed in  a custom frame. From the series RGB, produced by Three Star Books in 2021 - © Three Star Books, Paris Internationale
Three Star Books
Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, RGB(G273), 2013.
Unique print in custom frame.
Elvire Bonduelle's painting MAY DAY, produced in the summer of 2021 for the exhibition SO FAR SO GOOD, presented at Three Star Books, Paris. - © Three Star Books, Paris Internationale
Three Star Books
Elvire Bonduelle, MAY DAY, 2021
Gouache, acrylic and wax crayons on canvas
Veda - © Paris Internationale
Veda
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Eva Löfdahl, Uchronia's Seeds, 2018. Courtesy the artist and VEDA, Florence - © Paris Internationale
Veda
Eva Löfdahl, Uchronia’s Seeds, 2018. Courtesy the artist and VEDA, Florence
Eva Löfdahl, Uchronia's Seeds, 2018. detail. Courtesy the artist and VEDA, Florence. - © Paris Internationale
Veda
Eva Löfdahl, Uchronia’s Seeds, 2018. detail. Courtesy the artist and VEDA, Florence
Alex Bag, Coven Services - © Alex Bag, Paris Internationale
von ammon co
Alex Bag, Still from Coven Services, 2004
video, 14:40
edition of five
Alex Bag Margiela Suicide Doll - © Alex Bag, Paris Internationale
von ammon co
Alex Bag, Margiela Suicide Doll, 2020
doll Parts, custom clothes, kitchen knife, electrical outlet
6 x 5 x 3.5 inches
15.24 x 12.7 x 8.89 cm
Tony Hope Untitled - © Tony Hope, Paris Internationale
von ammon co
Tony Hope
Untitled, 2021
acrylic and resin on panel
46¾ x 30⅞ x 1⅜ in.
118.8 x 78.4 x 3.5 cm
Michael Portnoy, Progressive Touch (2019)
Still from three-channel HD-video installation, 13 min. sound - © Paris Internationale
Progressive Touch
Michael Portnoy, Progressive Touch (2019)
Still from three-channel HD-video installation, 13 min. sound
Michael Portnoy, The Tekton Bafflers (2020)
Formed by an array of overlapping baffles, this rapid response trainer acts as a reflector for social fissures, amplifying their reverberations until feedback occurs and temporarily resetting retrograde thought patterns.
Ceramic, leather shoelaces, 28 x 14 cm x 16 cm - © Photo: Robert Glas., Paris Internationale
The Tekton Bafflers
Michael Portnoy, The Tekton Bafflers (2020)
Formed by an array of overlapping baffles, this rapid response trainer acts as a reflector for social fissures, amplifying their reverberations until feedback occurs and temporarily resetting retrograde thought patterns.
Ceramic, leather shoelaces, 28 x 14 cm x 16 cm
Andrea Éva Győri, Superdominant Tongue (2021)

Ink and gouache on canvas

90,0 x 110,0 cm - © Paris Internationale
Superdominant Tongue
Andrea Éva Győri, Superdominant Tongue (2021)

Ink and gouache on canvas

90,0 x 110,0 cm

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