On the Eve of Never Leaving
Saturday, November 2, 2019, 1pm
Gagosian, Beverly Hills
Gagosian’s Kelso Wyeth will lead a tour of the exhibition Tatiana Trouvé: On the Eve of Never Leaving at Gagosian, Beverly Hills, featuring new drawings and site-specific sculpture. Join us in exploring hauntingly familiar realms in which forest, street, studio, and dream coalesce, which the artist creates by combining fragments from both natural and constructed ecosystems. To attend the free event, RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. Space is limited.
Tatiana Trouvé, Untitled, 2019, from the series Les dessouvenus, 2013– © Tatiana Trouvé
Honors Women Artists
Each year at their annual gala, the Hirshhorn celebrates incredible artists from around the world who throughout their careers continue to challenge and inspire. This year Hirshhorn director Melissa Chiu is proud to honor thirty-one outstanding female artists—from pioneers of performance and video art to emerging painters and sculptors—whose collective contributions to the field have transformed the way we look at art and set the stage for generations of creative talents yet to come. Artists to be honored include Rachel Feinstein, Katharina Grosse, Taryn Simon, and Tatiana Trouvé. The gala will take place on November 6 at Lincoln Center in New York.
Nocturne Rive Droite
Wednesday, May 17, 2017, 6–11pm
4 rue de Ponthieu, Paris
Galleries located in the triangle d’or will be open to visitors after hours. A group exhibition including work by John Chamberlain, Walter De Maria, Edmund de Waal, Carsten Höller, Olivier Mosset, Steven Parrino, Sterling Ruby, Richard Serra, Taryn Simon, and Tatiana Trouvé will be on view at our Paris gallery.
Photo: Zarko Vijatovic
Rites of Passage, Connecting Worlds
Tatiana Trouvé according to Jesi Khadivi
Tatiana Trouvé is the subject of a new essay by Jesi Khadivi, commissioned by the Fondation d’entreprise Pernod Ricard, Paris, for TextWork, its online platform that publishes monographic texts by international authors on artists from the French scene. Khadivi’s essay examines Trouvé’s body of work, including a recent series of drawings she made while in quarantine on the front pages of international newspapers from countries severely affected by the pandemic.
Tatiana Trouvé, March 21st, May 4th, The New York Times, USA, 2020, from the series Front Pages March 15–April 25, 2020, 2020 © Tatiana Trouvé. Photo: Florian Kleinefenn
2019 Rosa Schapire Kunstpreis
Tatiana Trouvé received the 2019 Rosa Schapire Kunstpreis in Hamburg, Germany, on Friday, December 6, for her contribution to the arts. Administered by the Freunde der Hamburger Kunsthalle, the prize is named after Rosa Schapire (1874–1954), the Polish-born art historian who lived in Hamburg and England and was one of the first supporters of Die Brücke. Trouvé was selected by Alexia Fabre, chief curator at Musée d’Art Contemporain du Val-de-Marne, Vitry-sur-Seine, France, who was chosen to bestow the award for 2019.
Photo: Claire Dorn
Tatiana Trouvé in
Io dico Io – I say I
Through May 23, 2021
Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Rome
This exhibition is loosely based on the writings of Italian art critic and feminist activist Carla Lonzi (1931–1982) and insists on the necessity of taking the floor and speaking for oneself in order to assert one’s subjectivity, by creating a single multitude, a multiplicity of “I” that resonates with consonances and dissonances. The show brings together a constellation of visions by Italian female artists of different generations, who, in diverse historical and social contexts, have expressed their own authentic ways of inhabiting the world. Work by Tatiana Trouvé is included.
Tatiana Trouvé, Les indéfinis, 2017–18 © Tatiana Trouvé
Tatiana Trouvé in
Le vent se lève
Opened March 7, 2020
Musée d’art contemporain du Val-de-Marne, Vitry-sur-Seine, France
This exhibition, whose title translates to The Wind Is Rising, explores the relationships between humanity and the planet through paintings, photographs, films, and installations. Work by Tatiana Trouvé is included.
Tatiana Trouvé, Desire Lines, 2015, installation view, Musée d’art contemporain du Val-de-Marne, Vitry-sur-Seine, France © Tatiana Trouvé, ADAGP Paris 2020. Photo: © MAC VAL
Tatiana Trouvé in
June 20–November 1, 2020
Fondation Villa Datris pour la sculpture contemporaine, L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, France
This exhibition, whose title translates to Recycling/Upcycling, explores recycling in contemporary sculpture. At a time when sustainable development has become an absolute priority, contemporary artists are tackling the fundamental question of our relationship to objects with particular acuity. The exhibition focuses on works by artists who deploy waste as an artistic material in its own right; objects left behind or rejected by the flow of consumption thus find utility and a new identity—a true social metaphor.Work by Tatiana Trouvé is included.
Tatiana Trouvé, Refolding, 2013 © Tatiana Trouvé
Tatiana Trouvé in
Glas und Beton: Manifestationen des Unmöglichen
February 29–June 7, 2020
Marta Herford, Germany
This exhibition, whose title translates to Glass and Concrete: Manifestations of the Impossible, explores the path of the titular materials between flowing and setting, testing the limits of what is possible in order to pose new questions about crumbling social concepts. Work by Tatiana Trouvé is included.
Feel the Sun in Your Mouth
August 24, 2019–February 2, 2020
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC
This exhibition brings together artworks acquired by the museum over the past five years with a focus on art that incites sensation and demonstrates a renewed interest in sublime encounters with the world. Spanning a period of extreme technological growth that has led us from the first steps on the moon to the development of the Internet, this exhibition illuminates a return to the poetic, the intuitive, and the cosmic in current artistic practice. Work by Alex Israel, Tatiana Trouvé, and Mary Weatherford is included.
Mary Weatherford, Engine, 2014, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC © Mary Weatherford
Art & Industrie
May 4, 2019–January 5, 2020
Frac Grand Large—Hauts-de-France, Dunkerque, France
This exhibition features large-scale installations, in situ works, sculptures, paintings, films, and performances that embody encounters between artists, engineers, designers, and architects. Tatiana Trouvé’s Desire Lines, commissioned by Public Art Fund and presented in New York’s Central Park in 2015, is included, as is work by Simon Hantaï.
Tatiana Trouvé, Desire Lines, 2015, installation view, Frac Grand Large—Hauts-de-France, Dunkerque, France © Tatiana Trouvé. Photo: Aurélien Mole
Luogo e segni
March 24–December 15, 2019
Punta della Dogana, Venice
Luogo e segni, which translates to Place and Signs, takes its title from a painting by Carol Rama that is included in the exhibition. The show brings together more than one hundred works by thirty artists that establish a particular relationship with their respective urban, social, political, historical, and intellectual settings. Work by Rudolf Stingel and Tatiana Trouvé is included.
Tatiana Trouvé, The Guardian, 2018, Pinault Collection © Tatiana Trouvé. Photo: Florian Kleinefenn
Tatiana Trouvé in
February 23–May 26, 2019
New Media Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
Four artists from four countries use magnets, magnetism, and magnetic fields to create profound and fascinating works that reference migrations, attraction, resistance, and power. Work by Tatiana Trouvé is included.
Artwork © Tatiana Trouvé. Photo: Corinna Tang
The Great Atlas of Disorientation
June 7–September 29, 2018
Petach Tikva Museum of Art, Israel
This exhibition extends over the museum’s two main exhibition halls and includes sculptural works alongside a large site-specific installation. The first hall features a series of sculptural objects that appear as temporary structures, shelters of sorts, cast from used cardboard in bronze, aluminum, and copper. The second hall is devoted to the immersive installation Prepared Space, which extends over the entire space like a large navigation map.
Tatiana Trouvé, Prepared Space, 2014–17 (detail) © Tatiana Trouvé. Photo: Untrefmedia
Collection François Pinault
June 23–September 9, 2018
Couvent des Jacobins and Musée des Beaux-Arts, Rennes, France
The city of Rennes will host an exhibition of works from the Pinault collection under the title “Debout!”. More than sixty works by twenty renowned artists will be on display in locations and institutions around the city. Work by Duane Hanson, Thomas Houseago, and Tatiana Trouvé will be included.
Thomas Houseago, Baby, 2009–10 © Thomas Houseago
Katharina Grosse and Tatiana Trouvé
Le numerose irregolarità
February 2–April 29, 2018
Villa Medici, Rome
The Villa Medici has created a program for female artists to recount different artistic and existential adventures. This show celebrates the work of Katharina Grosse and Tatiana Trouvé, two artists who blur the boundaries of painting, sculpture, and installation, and who are fascinated by the limits between inside and outside.
Installation view, Katharina Grosse and Tatiana Trouvé: Le numerose irregolarità, Villa Medici, Rome, February 2–April 29, 2018. Artwork © Katharina Grosse and VG Bild-Kunst Bonn, 2018 and © Tatiana Trouvé. Photo: Alessandro Vasari
Tatiana Trouvé in
The Marcel Duchamp Prize: Landscapes of the World
June 29, 2017–January 16, 2018
Espace Musées, Charles de Gaulle Airport, Paris
This exhibition presents nine works created by winners of the Marcel Duchamp Prize that show original reflections on the landscape through a large variety of techniques and offer a glimpse of contemporary creation in France to travelers. Work by Tatiana Trouvé is included.
Artwork © Tatiana Trouvé. Photo courtesy Galerie Perrotin