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Luc Delahaye

Luc Delahaye made a name for himself in the 1980s and 1990sas a photojournalist. Parachuting into hotspots ranging fromChechnya and Bosnia to Afghanistan and Rwanda, he tirel…

Eric Poitevin

For over two decades, Éric Poitevin has forged a singular path as a photographer, brandishing his retro 8-by-10 camera with the conviction, fervor and savoir faire of a practitioner of yore. He live…

Mohamed Bourouissa

Algerian-born Mohamed Bourouissa is known for his arresting, unsentimental color photographs portraying the everyday lives of youths from working-class and African immigrant backgrounds in Paris’s…

Gilles Barbier

Since the early 1990s, Gilles Barbier has shrewdly cast himself as the enfant terrible of France’s contemporary art scene. Mixing mordant humor with provocation, he constructs elaborate fictions of…

Daniel Arsham

Daniel Arsham is a protean artist, as comfortable and adroit with brush or chisel as he is executing interior designs, stage sets and performances. This diversity emanates from a preoccupation with ar…

Francis Baudevin

Since 1987, Swiss artist Francis Baudevin has painted geometric motifs culled from pharmaceutical packaging, book covers and corporate logos. Stripped of all textual and contextual references, the i…

Iris Levasseur

In her disquieting canvases and drawings, Iris Levasseur embraces the human form as both medium and message. “What’s irresistible,” she confessed in a recent interview, “is giving birth to bodies, hav…

Claire Fontaine

In the context of the abysmal global economy, the latest solo show of Claire Fontaine is disturbingly relevant. Titled “Feux de détresse,” or “Warning Lights” (like those on an automobile), it was con…

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