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Michel Houellebecq opens “Rester Vivant” at Palais de Tokyo

23 Jun 2016, Posted by ArtPremium in News

"Rester Vivant" (To stay alive) is the title given to the exhibition by the French poet and filmmaker Michel Houellebecq at the Palais de Tokyo. Each room explores a particular obsession, for instance the aesthetics and the message behind contemporary architecture, the aesthetics of tourism, the poet’s anxiety amid…

MAT #1: Back to the Future

17 Jun 2016, Posted by ArtPremium in News

The Parisian auction house, Blanc-Manteaux Auction, is to host, in partnership with Futur en Seine 2016, an unprecedented exhibit-auction on digital art on 18-19 June 2016. The auction house is known to hold regular public sales both in-house and online on modern, contemporary to urban…

Ways of Seeing

07 Jun 2016, Posted by ArtPremium in News, We Believe In...

Abigail Ogilvy Gallery will be presenting from the 3th of June to the 3th of July the latest works made by the South Korean artist, Soo Sunny Park. Under the title Hybrid Objects, Soo Sunny Park unravels her artistic experiments before our eyes where sculpture…

Orlinski at the Château de Chamarande

31 May 2016, Posted by ArtPremium in News

Under the overcast skies of Sunday 29 May 2016, in the southern Parisian suburb join art lovers from all over the country at the Château de Chamarande for the opening of Richard Orlinski’s latest exhibition. The widely celebrated sculptures from the French artist’s Born Wild…

Travel in Style, Travel in Art

30 May 2016, Posted by ArtPremium in News

What do you do every morning in transit? Are you the kind that switches off, who tries to squeeze in a couple more minutes of beauty sleep in preparation for the day ahead? Or are you those who are completely plugged in with heads superglued…

K Auction to offer seminal Korean Abstract artworks

25 May 2016, Posted by ArtPremium in News

South Korean leading auction house, K auction, is hosting its next installment of Hong Kong sale on Sunday, 29 May 2016 at the Hong Kong Grand Hyatt Hotel. After a week of preview at their offices in Seoul, artworks on sale are currently making their…

Jarrosson presents “In Utero” at Hors Champs Gallery

25 May 2016, Posted by ArtPremium in News

In Utero, the title of an exhibition in Paris, reflects Jarrosson’s penchant for biology and for water, a key element in his works. Often compared to the work of painters from the lyrical abstraction movement, Jarrossons paintings follows a certain lyrical rhythm, a pace that…

Kusama opens “My Eternal Soul” solo show in London

23 May 2016, Posted by ArtPremium in News

Yayoi Kusama is having her latest exhibition "My Eternal Soul" in London since her retrospective in the Tate Modern in 2012 at the Victoria Miro Gallery. Best known for her “Infinite Rooms”, Kusama has developed all over her career a very specific aesthetics where mirrors, big…

Platform-L Contemporary Art Centre

20 May 2016, Posted by ArtPremium in News

Seoul – a city synonymous to modern-day technological advancement is the epicentre of Asia’s booming cultural and artistic production. The latest addition, Platform-L Contemporary Art Centre (Platform-L), aims to pioneer a new dimension to the already cutting-edge and electrifying art scene. Designed by Joho’s architecture’s…

A Glimpse of Lucy

20 May 2016, Posted by ArtPremium in Contemporary African Art

The Museum of Modern art in Castilla y Leon is fostering an ambitious project baptised with the name, The iris of Lucy in honour of Lucy, the ancestor of our species, the homo sapiens. But the exhibition restores what was stolen: Lucy was rebaptised by…

Master of Disguise

20 May 2016, Posted by ArtPremium in We Believe In...

In recent years, the world has been focusing their lenses on China, a country under incredible transformation. Forty years after the Cultural Revolution, Chinese contemporary art thrives under the pretense of political reformation and rapid economic growth.  It has no apparent desire for nostalgia. Yao…