An exhibition by Franz Ackermann, A range of thoughts, will be held from May 14 to July 16, 2022, at 28 rue du Grenier Saint-Lazare.
At 87, Valerio Adami unveils a new series of introspective and poignant paintings at Templon, the result of more than two years of work. The exhibition offers a striking plunge into the artist's world, a world with an acidic palette and yet more serious than ever, haunted by the elegant writing of this artist-philosopher.
This exhibition is presented in the gallery space located at 30 rue Beaubourg.
Daniel Templon founded the gallery in 1966 in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district. The gallery quickly moved to the Marais in 1972.
The gallery first became known for its program around conceptual and minimal art. Many artists, who have made history today, have exhibited on the gallery's walls.
Today the gallery represents about thirty international artists. Its program seeks to promote a dialogue between different generations: established artists of "classical" contemporary art, international mid-career artists, and young artists' experiences.
The gallery actively collaborates with museums and institutions to develop exhibitions and publications. It pursues an important policy of producing works and regularly publishes catalogs on its exhibitions. The gallery has three exhibition spaces: two in Paris and one in Brussels.
Franz Ackermann • Valerio Adami • Jean-Michel Alberola • Arman • Omar Ba • Ben • Abdelkader Benchamma • Norbert Bisky • Anthony Caro • James Casebere • Michael Ray Charles • Francesco Clemente • Philippe Cognée • Will Cotton • Gregory Crewdson • Daniel Dezeuze • Jim Dine • Anju Dodiya • Atul Dodiya • Jan Fabre • Gérard Garouste • Orsten Groom • He An • Oda Jaune • Jitish Kallat • Clay Ketter • Ed & Nancy Kienholz • David Lachapelle • Ulrich Lamsfuss • Jonathan Meese • Iván Navarro • Prune Nourry • Jules Olitski • Philip Pearlstein • Pierre et Gilles • Julião Sarmento • George Segal • Sudarshan Shetty • Chiharu Shiota • Robin Kid a.k.a the Kid • Jan van Imschoot • Claude Viallat • Jeanne Vicerial • KehindeWiley • René Wirths • Billie Zangewa