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An Exhibition for Notre-Dame

June 11–July 27, 2019
Paris

Installation view Artwork, left to right: © Jia Aili Studio; © Michael Heizer; © 2019 Takashi Murakami/Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd. All rights reserved; © Roe Ethridge; © Cindy Sherman; © Sterling Ruby. Photo: Charles Duprat

Installation view

Artwork, left to right: © Jia Aili Studio; © Michael Heizer; © 2019 Takashi Murakami/Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd. All rights reserved; © Roe Ethridge; © Cindy Sherman; © Sterling Ruby. Photo: Charles Duprat

Installation view Artwork, left to right: © Blair Thurman © Cindy Sherman; © Sterling Ruby. Photo: Charles Duprat

Installation view

Artwork, left to right: © Blair Thurman © Cindy Sherman; © Sterling Ruby. Photo: Charles Duprat

Installation view Artwork, left to right: © Edmund de Waal; © Michael Heizer; © 2019 Takashi Murakami/Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd. All rights reserved; ©︎ Roe Ethridge. Photo: Charles Duprat

Installation view

Artwork, left to right: © Edmund de Waal; © Michael Heizer; © 2019 Takashi Murakami/Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd. All rights reserved; ©︎ Roe Ethridge. Photo: Charles Duprat

Installation view Artwork, left to right: © Blair Thurman; © Alberto Di Fabio; © Setsuko Klossowska de Rola. Photo: Charles Duprat

Installation view

Artwork, left to right: © Blair Thurman; © Alberto Di Fabio; © Setsuko Klossowska de Rola. Photo: Charles Duprat

Works Exhibited

John Currin, Untitled, 1995 Watercolor on paper, 14 × 11 inches (35.6 × 27.9 cm)© John Currin

John Currin, Untitled, 1995

Watercolor on paper, 14 × 11 inches (35.6 × 27.9 cm)
© John Currin

Y.Z. Kami, White Dome VI, 2012–13 Dye and acrylic on linen, 30 × 33 inches (76.2 × 83.8 cm)© Y.Z. Kami

Y.Z. Kami, White Dome VI, 2012–13

Dye and acrylic on linen, 30 × 33 inches (76.2 × 83.8 cm)
© Y.Z. Kami

Takashi Murakami, To be titled, 2019 Acrylic and platinum leaf on canvas mounted on aluminum frame, 16 ½ × 13 ¼ inches (41.7 × 33.5 cm)© 2019 Takashi Murakami/Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd. All rights reserved

Takashi Murakami, To be titled, 2019

Acrylic and platinum leaf on canvas mounted on aluminum frame, 16 ½ × 13 ¼ inches (41.7 × 33.5 cm)
© 2019 Takashi Murakami/Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd. All rights reserved

Sterling Ruby, CLUB (6700), 2018 Ceramic, 34 ¾ × 7 ⅜ × 2 ¼ inches (88.3 × 18.7 × 5.7 cm)© Sterling Ruby. Photo: Robert Wedemeyer

Sterling Ruby, CLUB (6700), 2018

Ceramic, 34 ¾ × 7 ⅜ × 2 ¼ inches (88.3 × 18.7 × 5.7 cm)
© Sterling Ruby. Photo: Robert Wedemeyer

Patti Smith, Joan the Soldier, Notre Dame, 2010 Gelatin silver print, 10 × 8 inches (25.4 × 20.3 cm), editions 1/10 and 2/10© Patti Smith

Patti Smith, Joan the Soldier, Notre Dame, 2010

Gelatin silver print, 10 × 8 inches (25.4 × 20.3 cm), editions 1/10 and 2/10
© Patti Smith

Blair Thurman, Creamy Tomato, 2017 Acrylic on canvas on wood, 59 ⅝ × 34 ⅞ × 1 ½ inches (151.4 × 88.6 × 3.8 cm)© Blair Thurman

Blair Thurman, Creamy Tomato, 2017

Acrylic on canvas on wood, 59 ⅝ × 34 ⅞ × 1 ½ inches (151.4 × 88.6 × 3.8 cm)
© Blair Thurman

Rachel Whiteread, Untitled (Notre-Dame), 2019 Punched holes on postcard, in 2 parts, framed: 15 × 11 ⅝ × 1 ⅝ inches (38 × 29.5 × 4 cm)© Rachel Whiteread. Photo: Thomas Lannes

Rachel Whiteread, Untitled (Notre-Dame), 2019

Punched holes on postcard, in 2 parts, framed: 15 × 11 ⅝ × 1 ⅝ inches (38 × 29.5 × 4 cm)
© Rachel Whiteread. Photo: Thomas Lannes

About

Notre-Dame is one of the most widely recognized symbols of the city of Paris and the French nation. I wish to contribute to the reconstruction of this iconic monument after watching, with devastation, as it was engulfed in flames.
—Larry Gagosian

Gagosian is pleased to announce an exhibition in honor of the reconstruction of the Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris. In the spirit of the gallery’s ongoing commitment to artists and the arts, proceeds will be directed to support the renovation and restoration of the medieval cathedral—an icon for the city of Paris and its people, the French nation, and the world.

The exhibition will include generous donations by many gallery artists, including Balthus, Georg Baselitz, John Currin, Edmund de Waal, Alberto Di Fabio, Roe Ethridge, Urs Fischer, Theaster Gates, Frank Gehry, Katharina Grosse, Andreas Gursky, Michael Heizer, Thomas Houseago, Jia Aili, Y.Z. Kami, Takashi Murakami, Marc Newson, Giuseppe Penone, Sterling Ruby, Ed Ruscha, Jenny Saville, Richard Serra, Setsuko, Cindy Sherman, Taryn Simon, Patti Smith, Blair Thurman, and Rachel Whiteread, some of whom have created work specially for this exhibition.

All proceeds from this exhibition will be donated via the Friends of Notre-Dame de Paris and its affiliated French entity La Fondation Notre Dame.

For their generous support of this project and their contribution of time and resources, Gagosian wishes to thank Michel Picaud, President of Friends of Notre-Dame de Paris; the shipping companies Brandl, Chenue, Dietl, Helutrans, Hasenkamp, Kortmann, Martinspeed, Möbel-Transport AG, MTEC, and Yamato; Michael Cahn of Cahn Wilson law firm; the set designer Cécile Degos; and the design company Astier de Villatte, for its donation.

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For inquiries regarding available works, please contact notredame@gagosian.com.

La cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris est l’un des symboles les plus emblématiques de Paris et de la France. Je souhaite contribuer à la reconstruction de ce monument iconique après avoir assisté avec effroi à l’incendie qui l’a dévasté.
—Larry Gagosian

Gagosian est heureuse d’annoncer une exposition en l’honneur de la reconstruction de la cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris. Perpétuant l’engagement continu de la galerie en faveur des artistes et des arts, les bénéfices de cette exposition seront reversés en soutien à la rénovation et à la restauration de la cathédrale médiévale ; une icône pour la ville et ses citoyens, la France et le monde.

L’exposition comprend de généreuses donations de nombreux artistes de la galerie parmi lesquels Balthus, Georg Baselitz, John Currin, Edmund de Waal, Roe Ethridge, Urs Fischer, Theaster Gates, Frank Gehry, Katharina Grosse, Andreas Gursky, Michael Heizer, Thomas Houseago, Jia Aili, Y.Z. Kami, Takashi Murakami, Marc Newson, Giuseppe Penone, Sterling Ruby, Ed Ruscha, Jenny Saville, Richard Serra, Setsuko, Cindy Sherman, Taryn Simon, Patti Smith, Blair Thurman, et Rachel Whiteread. Certains d’entre eux ont spécialement créé des œuvres pour cette exposition. Tous les bénéfices de l’exposition seront reversés aux Friends of Notre-Dame de Paris et à son entité française, La Fondation Notre-Dame.

Gagosian souhaite remercier pour leur généreux soutien et leur contribution Michel Picaud, président des Friends of Notre-Dame de Paris ; les compagnies de transport Brandl, Chenue, Dietl, Helutrans, Hasenkamp, Kortmann, Martinspeed, Möbel-Transport AG, MTEC, et Yamato ; Michael Cahn du cabinet Cahn Wilson ; la scénographe Cécile Degos ; et la maison Astier de Villatte pour sa donation.

Pour toute demande sur les oeuvres disponibles, merci de contacter notredame@gagosian.com.

Presse

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Rachel Whiteread, Untitled (Notre-Dame), 2019.

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News

Édouard Baldus, Notre-Dame (façade), c. 1860s, albumen silver print from glass negative, 10 ⅞ × 8 ⅜ inches (27.6 × 21.1 cm), Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Gagosian Exhibition to Benefit Reconstruction of Notre-Dame

Notre-Dame is one of the most widely recognized symbols of the city of Paris and the French nation. I wish to contribute to the reconstruction of this iconic cathedral after watching, with devastation, as it was engulfed in flames. Gagosian will mount an exhibition at the Paris gallery in June to support the rebuilding of this irreplaceable historical monument. 
—Larry Gagosian

Gagosian is pleased to announce an exhibition to benefit the reconstruction of the Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris.

The exhibition will include works by both modern and contemporary artists. In the spirit of the gallery’s ongoing commitment to artists and the arts, all proceeds will be directed to supporting the renovation and restoration of the medieval cathedral, an icon for the city and its people, France, and the world.

Édouard Baldus, Notre-Dame (façade), c. 1860s, albumen silver print from glass negative, 10 ⅞ × 8 ⅜ inches (27.6 × 21.1 cm), Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York