Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Renaud Jerez

Renaud Jerez

Renaud Jerez

ICA Miami Miami, Florida, USA 07/08/2016 – 10/30/2016

In his first solo exhibition in the US, Berlin-based, French artist Renaud Jerez presents a site-specific installation created for ICA Miami. Part of an emergent generation of contemporary artists, Renaud works across disciplines, but with a concentration on sculpture —creating innovative, anthropomorphic, and apocalyptic forms. Using bandages, fabrics, and light industrial materials, the artist is

In his first solo exhibition in the US, Berlin-based, French artist Renaud Jerez presents a site-specific installation created for ICA Miami. Part of an emergent generation of contemporary artists, Renaud works across disciplines, but with a concentration on sculpture —creating innovative, anthropomorphic, and apocalyptic forms. Using bandages, fabrics, and light industrial materials, the artist is

GLMAOUR GLMAOUR

GLMAOUR

Renaud Jerez with Anina Troesch and Hardy Hill

Fahrenheit Los Angeles, California, USA 05/14/2016 – 07/30/2016

Curated by Martha Kirszenbaum Fahrenheit is delighted to present GLMAOUR, an extensive installation produced by Renaud Jerez (b. 1982 in Narbonne, France; lives and works in Berlin), in collaboration with artist Anina Troesch (b. 1987 in Emmental, Switzerland; lives and works in Frankfurt am Main) and writer Hardy Hill (b. 1993 in Wilmington, Delaware; lives and works in

Curated by Martha Kirszenbaum Fahrenheit is delighted to present GLMAOUR, an extensive installation produced by Renaud Jerez (b. 1982 in Narbonne, France; lives and works in Berlin), in collaboration with artist Anina Troesch (b. 1987 in Emmental, Switzerland; lives and works in Frankfurt am Main) and writer Hardy Hill (b. 1993 in Wilmington, Delaware; lives and works in

Art Basel Miami Beach Art Week 2015 Art Basel Miami Beach Art Week 2015

Art Basel Miami Beach Art Week 2015

by Dorothée Dupuis

Miami Convention Center and other venues Miami, Florida, USA 12/01/2015 – 12/06/2015

Things are changing in Miami. Stuck in traffic between closed highways and multiple deviation routes, Art Basel visitors might notice an impressive amount of construction work going on in the Floridian cultural capital these days. It is now the second financial center in the U.S. after New York, and the real estate business is thriving

Pauline Boudry y Renate Lorenz en Marcelle Alix (Paris), Art Basel Positions Las cosas están cambiando en Miami. Atascados en el tráfico entre autopistas cerradas y múltiples desvíos, los visitantes de Art Basel pueden notar una cantidad impresionante de trabajos de construcción en la capital cultural de Florida en estos días. Ahora es el segundo