Oct 16, 2017 | By WGSN Insider
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Having established himself as a preeminent name in the art world, Larry Gagosian has extended his realm to Paris.
Located just off the Champs-Elysées, the four-floor Gagosian Gallery is housed in an old town home and was redesigned by French architect Jean-Francois Bodin and London’s Caruso St. John. The inaugural exhibit belongs to American painter Cy Twombly.
His Camino Real series was inspired by the Tennessee Williams play of the same name, and the pieces shown next to the artist’s patinated bronze sculptures.
The second floor project space is dedicated to Jean Prouvé’s prefabricated architecture and interior design.
Curated by Patrick Seguin, Prouvé is one of the greatest names in 20th century design, and his work is continuous redefined and re-imagined by prominent 21st century architects.
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