From December 28 to February 6, the Miranda Gallery (10th arrondissement) celebrates the practice of John Chiara (born in 1971) in the exhibition La Poussière des anges, the first solo show of the Californian photographer in Europe.
Graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris in 2017, Paola Siri Renard (born in 1993) creates works that resemble "micro architectures", sometimes activated thanks to different corporealities.
Attached to Paris, and more particularly to the Belleville district, the artist Pierre-Emmanuel Lyet immerses us in a festive, luminous and joyful city through colorful drawings. Between fantasy and reality, his series “Mirages”, which was exhibited in October at the SLOW gallery, evokes the landscapes of night owls and invites us to remain positive in these troubled times. Meet.
On the occasion of her second solo exhibition at the Fondation Cartier, the American artist Sarah Sze (born in 1969) created two immersive installations that interact with the transparent building by Jean Nouvel. If the exhibition "From night to day" is currently closed due to the health crisis, the Fondation Cartier offers to discover it virtually through a walk-discussion led by Sarah Sze and Bruno Latour.
Contemporary photographers sublimate architecture through photos published on their Instagram account. Here are four inspiring profiles to discover on the social network and to follow without further delay.