102, rue des Poissonniers
75018 Paris, France

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gallery / pop-up show

66, avenue des Champs-Elysées
75008 Paris, France

547 West 27th Street
New York City, NY 10001, USA



96, rue des Poissonniers
75018 Paris, France

510-520 West 21st Street
New York City, NY 10011, USA



© 2017

July 27th – July 30th 2017
Jakarta, Indonesia

Harper's Bazaar Indonesia proudly presents the First and The Biggest Art Fair in Indonesia, Art Jakarta 2017, known previously as Bazaar Art Jakarta. Held annually since 2009, this year marks the ninth edition.

Occupying a 7,500 square meter area at the Ballroom of The Ritz-Carlton Jakarta, Pacific Place, Art Jakarta has become the main destination for art collectors and enthusiasts in Indonesia and Asia Pacific. Strategically located in an upscale shopping mall in the heart of the Jakarta's Sudirman Central Business District (SCBD), the venue attracts the communal and shopping-oriented characteristics of the Indonesian society. The venue inside the shopping mall also further increases the public exposure of the arts in line with the idealism of Art Jakarta to greater promote public awareness and

October 12th – October 15th 2017
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The Art Expo Malaysia (AEM) is celebrating its 11th edition in 2017 as the longest running international art fair in Southeast Asia, a rainbow package of art from the East and West, from the South and Central America, apart from Central Asia. This year, the art fair runs from October 20 to 22, at Matrade Exhibition and Convention Centre (MECC), featuring 60 established and reputable art galleries from 30 countries, exhibiting 2,000 pieces of artworks (including paintings, sculptures, installation and photography) under one roof.

547 West 27th Street
September 11th – September 2017
New York City (USA)

with Greta Chapin McGill as special guest

Artist and writer from Washington DC, Educated at Howard University and the Corcoran School of Art…Color is my passion, I want to see and be influenced by every thing from cave paintings to Picasso…I love Jazz and I Paint Jazz Musicians from a love of the music….

We Can Control Space s’affirme avant tout comme un assemblage singulier d’artistes, dans un lieu demeurant assez inclassable ; l’idée qui les réunit pose la question de notre relation à l’espace, compris au sens large : celui avec lequel nous pensons et celui que nous habitons.
Les pratiques de nos artistes, diverses dans les formes qu’elles mettent en jeu, peuvent donc se rejoindre à l’endroit ou la question de l’espace rencontre celle de l’imaginaire. Croyances, fantasmes, artifices, existence, fiction : chez la plupart, le constat de la modification de notre relation « naturelle » aux lieux que nous fréquentons, et la perte d’une certaine idée du réel s’affirme paradoxalement dans la recherche d’une présence, d’une matière, ou du sentiment du vivant.

by Greta Chapin McGill