May 30th 2022

UNAPOLOGETIC CONTENT.

May 23rd 2022

BEHIND THE SCENES:
ESTHER SHALEV-GERZ,
KING & KING
A new sculpture
Installed in the United States

May 16th 2022

BEHIND THE SCENES:
SAVE THE DATE
BAD+
July 6-10 2022
HANGAR 14

May 9th 2022

BEHIND THE SCENES:
LINDA KARSHAN
Backstage filming ‘Two Feet Walking’
By Ishmael Annobil, Filmmaker
In response to the architecture of Murray Edwards College
Cambridge University
8th April 2022

May 2nd 2022

A WALK IN MY LIBRARY:
HELMUT FEDERLE

April 25th 2022

BEHIND THE SCENES:
BENEDICTE DELAY WITH JASON BUTLER
‘ONE ON ONE’
Exhibition at ArtHouse Jersey
14 April – 2 May 2022

April 11th 2022

NATURE NOTES:
HELLO TO SPRING, PARIS

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April 4th 2022

BEHIND THE SCENES:
A WALKED DRAWING, ‘TWO FEET WALKING’,
By Linda Karshan
In collaboration with Filmmaker, Ishmael Annobil
In response to the architecture of Murray Edwards College,
University of Cambridge

March 28th 2022

BEHIND THE SCENES:
ISHMAEL ANNOBIL, 'INSOMNIA'
Coming soon at L'Interstice, Arles
Opening on April 15, 2022

March 21st 2022

BEHIND THE SCENES:
JASON BUTLER, ‘ONE ON ONE’
Launch new ArtHouse exhibition space
Jersey, England

March 14th 2022

BEHIND THE SCENES:
ART & LANGUAGE, "THESE SCENES", 2016
Acquired by Centre Pompidou

March 7th 2022

BEHIND THE SCENES:
ESTHER SHALEV-GERZ
Bauhaus-Museum,
Weimar, Germany

February 21st 2022

BEHIND THE SCENES:
LOSING DAN GRAHAM
1942-2022

February 14th 2022

BEHIND THE SCENES:
THE DEVELOPMENT OF BAD+
BORDEAUX + ART + DESIGN
New dates: July 6-10 2022, at HANGAR 14

February 7th 2022

BEHIND THE SCENES:
2000 THANK YOU NOTES
7 February 2022

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January 31st 2022

BEHIND THE SCENES:
NEW SPACE FOR JSVCPROJECTS

January 24th 2022

BEHIND THE SCENES:
ROBERT STONE
Debut with Haines Gallery at FOG Design + Art 2022
San Francisco, CA

January 17th 2022

BEHIND THE SCENES:
MISCHA KUBALL
nolde / kritik / documenta
A project by documenta archiv, Draiflessen Collection and Mischa Kuball
NEW DATE: FALL 2022

January 10th 2022

UNAPOLOGETIC CONTENT.

January 3rd 2022

HAPPY NEW YEAR 2022!
WARM WISHES AND NEW ADVENTURES

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HANGAR 14, Bordeaux © Julien Fernandez / CEB

BEHIND THE SCENES:
SAVE THE DATE
BAD+
July 6-10 2022
HANGAR 14

May 16th 2022

HANGAR 14, Bordeaux © Julien Fernandez / CEB

PART I

The first edition of BAD+ Bordeaux + Art + Design, a new art and design salon, will launch in Bordeaux, July 6 – 10, 2022, presented in the iconic two storey concrete and steel industrial building HANGAR 14 on the banks of the Garonne.

HANGAR 14, Bordeaux © Julien Fernandez / CEB

At the initiative of Jean-Daniel Compain and Congrès Bordeaux Exposition, joined by Jill Silverman van Coenegrachts, BAD+ intends to illustrate the exceptional diversity of creation, honouring the alliance between past, present and future. Contemporary is always new and fresh in its time.

HANGAR 14, Bordeaux © Julien Fernandez / CEB

By taking root in Bordeaux—a historic territory, rich in great cultural institutions such as the CAPC, the MECA, the Museum of Decorative Arts and Design or the FRAC Aquitaine, BAD+ will be part of a week of art, design and l’art de vivre which will implicate the whole city and its surroundings.

HANGAR 14, Bordeaux © Julien Fernandez / CEB

PART II

“BAD+, is art and design exhibited, seen, deciphered, debated and appreciated in a renovated iconic industrial building, HANGAR 14.

BAD+ is about discovery, it should be fun, exciting, spontaneous, adventurous, joyful, questioning.”

Jill Silverman van Coenegrachts, Artistic Director
Jill Silverman van Coenegrachts, Artistic Director

Excerpt from an interview between Jean-Daniel Compain, General Director, and Jill Silverman van Coenegrachts, Artistic Director:

“How did you think about and decide on the artistic line of BAD+ ?”

“As Jean-Daniel said, art is consubstantial with l’art de vivre and everything that is undertaken must support the idea that art is part of life, everyday life, from the birth of the modern spirit in the 19th Century with Impressionism, photography, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Modernism to contemporary art and design today.

BAD+ makes this idea a reality. BAD+, is contemporary art and design exhibited, seen, deciphered, I would say ‘experienced’, debated, appreciated and we hope, purchased, in a renovated iconic industrial building—HANGAR 14, on the banks of the river Garonne—set against the backdrop of an internationally renowned 18th Century city—Bordeaux.

BAD+, is about discovery, it should be fun, exciting, spontaneous, adventurous, joyful, questioning. It is all of these things, while being a think-tank, a community for artists, galleries, collectors and cultural institutions, a destination for art lovers.
The BAD+ art line is a unique thread that winds between art, design and architecture, between art and climate change, between art and sustainability, between art and urbanism, between art and agriculture, between art and wine. Everything that makes life today.”

Jill Silverman van Coenegrachts, Artistic Director

PART III

“I have been telling people that it is new concept that is based on the intimacy and creativity and informal qualities of art making in the studio and the casual relaxed qualities in the back rooms of galeries where the work is seen in a manner that is not simply theatrical. It is closer to the artist himself. And as such more open and accessible for viewers of all experiences.

It is not the same old model.

It is putting the content of the work front and center where intrinsic value can shine. Where the visitor will be enchanted and impressed to ask about how the work is created and why before they ask the price.

We are doing two dialectic processes. Opening the art world in a transparent way and demystifying the snobbery and frumpery that makes people feel there is nothing in art for them because they are not super wealthy. We want to share the passion for art and show with grace the way collecting over time with passion leads to great pleasure. Whatever ones economic bracket.
It is for everyone!! And one of life’s most enduring human experiences.”

Jill Silverman van Coenegrachts, Artistic Director