Paris

 Rembrandt van Rijn’s 1631 Minerva at the Gemaldegalerie

Rembrandt van Rijn, Minerva, 1631, 60.5 x 49 cm, Gemäldegalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

This month, Ella Plevin drifts largely unnoticed through Baku, Paris, and Berlin.

Paris Internationale 2018: Recommendations for where to eat, drink and be merry from Eugenia Lai

 Franz West Tragbild Franz  (1970)

Franz West
Tragbild Franz (1970)

Julie Ryan reports from the opening

 View from outside

View from outside

An interview with artist Kader Attia about La Colonie in Paris

A nihilist’s guide to the unbelievable success of the young European fashion label

Piotr Niepsuj, iPhone photograph, Paris Internationale 2015

Piotr Niepsuj, iPhone photograph, Paris Internationale 2015

Piotr Niepsuj, iPhone photograph, Anne Imhof at Deborah Schamoni, Munich, Paris Internationale 2015

Seven recommendations by Paris Internationale

With Emily Segal, Alessandro Bava, Fulvia Carnevale, Rory Rowan, Constant Dullaart, and Toke Lykkeberg

Portrait by Marina Faust

One month ago the French Minister of Culture dismissed Nicolas Bourriaud from his post as director of the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, in an astonishing decision that caused a storm in French - and international - media, replete with rumors of high-level intrigue and allegations of nepotism.
Now Bourriaud tells his version of events. What did the renowned curator and theorist's dismissal have to do with Ralph Lauren? How come the students couldn't work in their studios for six days beforehand? And what are his hopes for the future of the institution?

A seduction by Lili Reynaud-Dewar

 Kathy Acker at 26th Studio, New York 1990

Kathy Acker at 26th Studio, New York 1990
Photo: Michel Delsol

Chris Kraus writes about the renewal of interest in this controversial punk icon.

A Pamphlet for Talking in front of Art