Famous for her monumental site-specific installations and skilful weaving of thread through space, Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota, comes back to Galerie Templon with the exhibition Inner Universe. She invites us to embark on a poetic journey to explore the secret ties between the finiteness of existence and eternity, through spectacular installations and new sculptures.
Daniel Templon was only 21 when he founded the gallery in 1966. The gallery opened rue Bonaparte in Saint Germain des Prés. In 1972, the gallery was the first to move in Le Marais area close to the Pompidou Center, which opened in 1977. Daniel Templon was one of the pioneers of the contemporary art in Paris and started by exhibiting many conceptual and minimal artists such as Donald Judd, Art&Language, Dan Flavin, Frank Stella, etc. Many artists, now part of art history, have been represented by the gallery: Andre, Basquiat, Boltanski, Buren, César, Clemente, Immendorff, Flavin, Kelly, Lichtenstein, Rauschenberg, Schnabel, Stella, Warhol among many others. Today, the exhibition program encourages a dialogue between established artists (Anthony Caro, Jim Dine, Robert Motherwell, Georges Mathieu, George Segal, Claude Viallat), and the experiences of younger artists (Omar Ba, Jonathan Meese, Prune Nourry, Chiharu Shiota, Kehinde Wiley…). The gallery has two spaces in Paris, one in Brussels.
Franz Ackermann • Valerio Adami • Jean-Michel Alberola • Arman • Omar Ba • Ben • Abdelkader Benchamma • Norbert Bisky • Anthony Caro • James Casebere • Francesco Clemente • Philippe Cognée • Will Cotton • Gregory Crewdson • Daniel Dezeuze • Jim Dine • Anju Dodiya • Atul Dodiya • Jan Fabre • Gérard Garouste • He An • Oda Jaune • Jitish Kallat • Clay Ketter • 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 • The Kid • Jan Van Imschoot • Claude Viallat • Kehinde Wiley • René Wirths • Billie Zangewa