Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles has been awarded Los Angeles Conservancy's highest honor, the 2018 Chair's Award, which recognizes the importance of preserving the historic places that make Los Angeles unique.

Galerie Nathalie Obadia presents Luc Delahaye’s third solo show entitled Sūmud et autres histoires (Sūmud and other tales). On this occasion, the artist presents seven photographs and one video made in Palestine between October 2015 and March 2017.

White Cube present the first comprehensive UK exhibition of Pier Paolo Calzolari (b. 1943), one of the most prominent artists involved with Arte Povera. The exhibition spans his extensive career and includes several major installations from the 1970s and 80s.

Galerie Nathalie Obadia is delighted to give carte blanche to the young French artist Corentin Canesson in the Espace II of the Cloître Saint-Merri gallery. This exhibition is part of our ongoing approach started in 2011 to give exposure to emerging artists’ project in this showroom, next to the main exhibition space.

The exhibition Mary (Polish for “mares” in Old English) is a kind of script, or more precisely a recon­struc­tion, of a per­for­mance originally direc­ted in a dream. Oskar Dawicki, a literary and film figure, an artist known as a prac­titioner of total per­for­mance, presents this time a dys­topian nar­rative. The cen­tral figure in his vision is a pregnant woman, the heroine of our times, nourisher of the unborn but also caretaker of the dead.

In the 1960s, the Rhineland was an important focus for massive changes in contemporary art. A new internationally networked  generation of artists turned away from traditional notions of art. Inspiration came from everyday life. Everyday objects became the material for art. These artists worked in urban contexts,  they broke across  the borders between disciplines, and they collaborated with musicians, writers, filmmakers and dancers.