Art en Vieille-Ville Genève
Thursday, November 8, 2018, 6–9pm
19 place de Longemalle, Geneva
Gagosian is pleased to participate in the fall opening of Art en Vieille-Ville. The group exhibition Fire and Clay and works by Paul Noble will be on view to visitors after hours at our Geneva gallery.
Artwork, left and right: © Sterling Ruby; center: © Takuro Kuwata. Photo: Annik Wetter
Gagosian App for iPad
Gagosian announces the release of issue 3 of the Gagosian App for iPad on January 22, 2012. Artists featured in this issue include Damien Hirst, Howard Hodgkin, Mike Kelley, Jeff Koons, Roy Lichtenstein, Paul Noble, Richard Prince, Jenny Saville, Richard Serra, Andy Warhol, and Zeng Fanzhi.
In issue 3 we feature a Damien Hirst “art board” that explores more than ninety spot paintings, offer a 360˚ full-motion interactive experience of Richard Serra sculptures Junction (2011) and Cycle (2010), and display a worldwide map of the Jeff Koons’s Celebration series exhibition history. We also explore a recent essay by Olivier Zahm on the exhibition Warhol: Bardot with interactive “pop-up” images, audio, and video content, show you an exclusive video of Richard Prince: Bel-Air installed at a private residence in 2011, and give you an in-depth look at Roy Lichtenstein’s working process and his series Landscapes in the Chinese Style.
November 4, 2018–February 3, 2019
Musée des Beaux-Arts, La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland
Nobson Newtown, the imaginary town that Paul Noble has been working with since 1995, shares with the city of La Chaux-de-Fonds a taste for isolation, modernist architectures, and strange public sculptures. This exhibition was conceived with the artist to resonate with the Swiss town. Featuring artworks from the past ten years, the show reveals new aspects of Noble’s work.
Paul Noble, Landscape with Wand, 2016 © Paul Noble
Politics of Small Places
Paul Noble + Patrick Geddes
September 14–October 6, 2018
Cooper Gallery, University of Dundee, Scotland
Offering paradoxical visions of the cornucopia of concrete, glass, and steel that straddles the world, Politics of Small Places forges a unique dialogue between Paul Noble and pioneering Scottish urban planner Patrick Geddes. The exhibition comprises Noble’s Nest (2004) and Eggface (2014) accompanied by a suite of drawings from which Nest is derived. Alongside Noble’s works are nine original diagrams selected from the Geddes Archive Collections at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland.
Paul Noble, Egg Carton Technique Actual, 2004 © Paul Noble