Leading contemporary art dealer David Zwirner just announced its first Paris location located within Le Marais. Signaling its first outpost in continental Europe, the Paris gallery features a sizable ground-floor space that spans 8,600 square feet alongside column-free exhibition rooms.
For its inaugural exhibition, the Parisian imprint will launch a show featuring new and archival works by seminal American artist, Raymond Pettibon. Although there hasn’t been any mention of which pieces will be on display, fans may expect to see a varying range of signature ink drawings by the Black Flag collaborator. “Filled with a variety of pop, literary, and counterculture references, the works on view reveal Pettibon’s singular hand, as well as techniques and motifs that have proved important throughout his career,” said the gallery in a statement.
Stay tuned for details on the forthcoming Pettibon exhibition and visit David Zwirner’s website to view its current shows.
In other international presentations, learn more about Josh Sperling’s ‘Summertime’ installation for his first-ever exhibition in Japan.
David Zwirner Paris
108 rue Vielle du Temple
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Today’s headlines | Announcing David Zwirner Paris As noted today in the @financialtimes, David Zwirner will open a gallery in Paris––our first outpost in continental Europe––on October 16 to coincide with FIAC. “Brexit changes the game,” says David Zwirner. “After October, my London gallery will be a British gallery, not a European one. I am European and I would like a European gallery, too.” Learn more about the new space via link in bio. New works by #RaymondPettibon will inaugurate the Paris gallery, located at 108 rue Vieille du Temple. … Pictured from left: Olivier Mosset 2015 installation at 108, rue Vieille du Temple, the future home of David Zwirner Paris. Photo by Philippe Servent; Raymond Pettibon, No Title (John Ford directed…), 2019 (detail) © Raymond Pettibon #DavidZwirnerParis #Paris #DavidZwirner
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