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Discover the artists and personalities featured in the latest Numéro art, on newsstands from October 11th, plus all the upcoming art news through to February 202.
For its 5th opus, available from October 11th, Numéro art comes with four exceptional covers: first the cult artist Yayoi Kusama photographed by the legendary Kishin Shinoyama. The Japanese superstar stormed the Place Vendôme during the FIAC and is set to be celebrated in an imminent new exhibition at David Zwirner. Then a tribute to Francis Bacon, whose exhibition at the Pompidou Centre is already autumn’s big hitter. As the killer clown in It (currently on screens in its second instalment), actor Bill Skarsgård, agreed to embody the tormented souls of British artist and photographer Tim Richardson. The radical and highly secretive artist Wade Guyton was photographed by Pierre-Ange Carlotti (the Stadium Gods 2019 calendar) in New York. Wade Guyton will be honoured in November at the Ludwig Museum with a much anticipated retrospective. Finally, the mega star Sterling Ruby – whose incursions into the fashion world have already made their mark – welcomed photographer Reto Schmid to his gigantic workshop in Los Angeles for an exclusive visit. The American was recently hailed at Frieze London with a double exhibition: in the Britannia Street space and on the Gagosian stand.
Numéro art #5, is also all the other personalities and events of note up to February 2020, and our TOP 40 exhibitions not to be missed. On the program: Giuseppe Penone at the Palais d'Iéna during the FIAC, the global success of Moroccan trap as seen by the artists, Charlotte Perriand at the Louis Vuitton Foundation, an exclusive and taboo-free interview with Marc Glimcher, president of the all-powerful Pace Gallery, Peter Hujar at the Jeu de paume...
Numéro art #5, is above all about original creations produced by international artists: a celebration in images of the anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall by Tobias Zielony, Marseille’s ghetto culture revisited by Sara Sadik, an exclusive portfolio by the Indian artist Chitra Ganesh, and a collaboration between photographer Winter Vandenbrink and performer Paul Maheke on a performance set to be unveiled in New York this November at the Performa Festival.