Giulia Andreani, Jeremy Demester, Tursic & Mille et al.
Artistes à la Une Togeth'Her (group show)
The Monnaie de Paris, Paris
4 June – 4 July 2021
The Monnaie de Paris is very pleased to once again welcome the “Artists à la Une Togeth’Her” exhibition. This third edition is being presented in collaboration with Madame Figaro to mark the magazine’s 40th anniversary in 2020.
Project initiator and designer David-Hervé Boutin and Madame Figaro gave carte blanche this year to 26 female and male contemporary artists to imagine a cover page for the celebrated magazine by creating portraits of women in many fields who have played a role in our modern history and who will continue to passionately promote essential causes in the future.
The 26 portraits will be brought together in this exhibition highlighting the personalities of these 26 women and their very inspiring careers. The artists have generously donated their works so that they can be auctioned for the benefit of causes they have chosen in collaboration with their muses.
Artcurial, the auction house, is also joining the project by organizing the sale of these works on its website from 1 to 7 July. Anyone can bid online at www.artcurial.com. With similar generosity, most of the artists have given their consent for their work to be reproduced as high-quality 70 x 50 cm prints, in signed and numbered limited editions of 20 to 100 copies. The prints will be on sale at the Monnaie de Paris and on the www.togeth-Her.com website.
To accompany the exhibition and the charity sale, Madame Figaro will publish a supplement in which every work will be highlighted, accompanied by an interview with its artist-creator and a biography of the subject. This supplement, with a print run of more than 100,000 copies, will be available to subscribers and readers in the Paris region.
Monnaie de Paris
Giulia Andreani et al.
New Acquisitions by Amis du Centre Pompidou (group show)
Centre Pompidou, Paris
Giulia Andreani's paintings, Cheminotes, 2014 and Presqu'une laitière, 2018 were acquired by the Amis du Centre Pompidou as part of their operation to support the French artistic scene. It's on view in the Centre Pompidou collections at the reopening of the museum after the lockdown and until 4 January 2021.
Amis du Centre Pompidou