Raphaël Zarka. Copyright Guillaume Anselin.
Paris-based artist Raphaël Zarka (b. 1977, Montpellier, France) is an essayist, artist, and collector. Influenced by minimalism and land art, Zarka’s work is based on an almost scientific research of spaces and forms. Major exhibitions include the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris (2011); Museum of Contemporary Art, Detroit (2010); Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2010); Red October Chocolate Factory, Moscow (2010); and Blancpain Art Contemporain, Geneva (2008). Recent awards include the Richard Foundation Prize for Contemporary Art (2008) and the Paul Ricard S.A. Award (2008). Zarka is currently undertaking a residency at the Villa Medici, Rome.
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Artist Lecture: The Geometry of Skateboarding
||Zarka presents recent research into the “geometry of skateboarding” and its relation to modern sculpture. which will also be translated into English for the first time and available for the audience as a free publication.||Free with reservation
||A two-part project materializes recent research into the “geometry of skateboarding” and its relation to sculpture.||Free|