“Making the invisible visible”, showing the imprint of time by capturing on blank canvases stretched over matrices installed in nature the micro-organisms deposited by the wind and rain by leaves, dust, insects… Resulting from a slow process based on the concept of “laissez-faire”, Clément Borderie ‘s canvas-pieces give abstraction the density of life. In her […]

 LORIS CECCHINI : Non-elementary particles


Loris Cecchini, a leading artist born in 1969 in Milan, explores in a playful and highly decorative way “a reconfiguration of our sense of space and our contact with the environment”. A “reconfiguration” which, on the first floor of the iconic sailboat-shaped tower rising above the artificial sands of Dubai, in the Pop-Up exhibition space […]

MICHAEL HEIZER : The lyricism of the masses

With an assertive anti-academism, replacing the elaborate, polished, finely sculpted work with earth or raw stone, and the grace and lightness required since Antiquity with the mass and chaos of voids, the vertigo and dichotomy of spaces, Michael Heizer shows us the clash of the Titans, that of stone against steel, in Rock/Steel, a series […]

 YAZUAKI ONISHI : Hidden Landscapes


To “capture the void,” “to seize the reverse side of the matter,” such are the stakes of the spectacular work of the Japanese artist Yasuaki Onishi, born in 1979 in Osaka, where he lives and works to reverse our vision of the world, to allow us to “look at it from a different point of […]


James Turrell

Like Michael Heizer, Robert Smithson, Robert Morris, and the other pioneers of the Land Art adventure started at the end of the 70s, James Turrell moves immense masses of earth, models them to transform desert sites into sculptures, or rather, into cosmic theaters intended to make man hear the heartbeat of the earth, from its […]

WANG KEPING: Metamorphoses

Wang Keping

Evoking some archaic goddesses from the depths of time, Wang Keping ‘s monumental wooden sculptures fascinate by their density and sensuality. Maternity, Origin of the World, Cyclops Woman… half-figure, half-totem, they appear frozen in their metamorphoses, suspended between form and formlessness, incarnation and abstraction… Carved in hundred-year-old trees, these hieratic figures seem to come from […]

Xinyi Cheng: new darling in Paris

Xinyi Cheng

Much in demand in Europe, she just keeps accumulating exhibitions. After hanging her works on the walls of the François Pinault Trade Exchange, it is at Lafayette Anticipation that they will now be visible. Thus revealing her genius to the curious who come to intoxicate themselves with the talent of the famous Xinyi Cheng. Five […]


Alberto Biasi

In 1965, Alberto Biasi (a founding member of Gruppo N, the Italian branch of lumino-kinetic art) took part in the historic exhibition The Responsive Eye at MoMA in New York. Since then, he has continued to deepen his “optico-dynamic” experiments and their retinal reception by the viewer. The concept of “motor eye” gives the viewer […]

SOPHIE CALLE : The Ghosts of Orsay

Sophie Calle

Interweaving past and present, reality and fiction, memories and fantasies, Sophie Calle weaves troubling tales with little nothings, vestiges of ordinary life doomed to decay or oblivion. A virtuoso affabulator, the queen of micro-fiction who, from true-false reports to pseudo-true stories, has been luring us for forty years, returns to the origins of this process […]


Ymane Chabi-Gara

The Hikkikomori are young Japanese men in a situation of chosen isolation. It is also the title of the large-scale paintings of Ymane Chabi-Gara. From cultural discovery to language learning, Japan is at the heart of the artist’s imagination, “so far from Western references, it makes different things emerge,” she says. It is therefore her […]