#373 - from 29 January 2015 to 4 February 2015
Maurizio Cattelan, La Nona Ora, 1999. Polyester resin, human hair, fabric, clothing, accessories, stone and carpet. Dimensions variable. View of the exhibition "Libre !" in 2014 at Musée des Beaux-Arts, Rennes (France). Photo, Zeno Zotti. Courtesy, Maurizio Cattelan's Archive.
In France blasphemy is not a crime punished by the law, but the word today is a burning coal which the ultras see everywhere. There was a time, in the Western world at least, in which works were accused, not the human being who created it. We can all remember the Piss Christ by Andrés Serrano, which was often vandalized, or the demonstrations in 2011 against [Read]
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© Denis Robert Courtesy galerie W
The journalist who uncovered the Clearstream financial scandal has turned artist (see his exhibition at Galerie W in Paris, from 30 January to 15 February). L'Enquête, the film inspired by his story, directed by Vincent Garenq and starring Gilles Lellouche and Charles Berling, will be released 11 February 2015.