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Dove Allouche

Paris-born midcareer artist Dove Allouche's abstract imagery seems utterly autonomous: tied to no philosophical system, no social cause, no psychological model, no aesthetic doctrine.

Lili Reynaud-Dewar

Lili Reynaud-Dewar’s exhibition “Teeth, Gums, Machines, Future, Society,” comprising a video and a sculpture installation, focused on the grill, a decorative metal plate over the front teeth, pluraliz…

Tino Sehgal

Just inside the Palais de Tokyo a young man, wearing a T-shirt, jeans, and sneakers, approached me, kept me in place by dancing in my path, and asked—first in French and then in English—“What is a rid

Huang Yong Ping

Entering the nave of the Grand Palais’s gargantuan 1900 glass-and-steel exposition hall for Huang Yong Ping’s site-specific installation Empires, viewers confronted a clifflike, 56-by-197-foot wall…

Germaine Krull

In 1928, Germaine Krull published Métal, a seminal work in New Vision photography and in the history of the photo book. Comprising 64 photographs that emphasize the geometry of cranes, silos, blast…

Valentin Dommanget

In the Aladdin’s cave that is contemporary art, painting and its many traditions have long coexisted alongside more innovative approaches to art-making, notably those offered by new technologies. The…