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/ Yvon Lambert
View of Adel Abdessemed, “Solo,” Yvon Lambert, Paris, 2014.
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Mara Hoberman

The news that Yvon Lambert is closing his Paris gallery is hardly shocking. What is remarkable, however, is how long his run lasted. Fifty-plus years spent working with contemporary artists puts Lambert in the rare position of being both an art historical footnote and a current art market player. The... continue reading
View of “Light and Dark – The Projections of Robert Barry 1967–2012,” Yvon Lambert, Paris, 2012–2013.
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Mara Hoberman

In 1967, a young Robert Barry spent six weeks on a former racehorse farm in Belmont, New York, as part of an artists-in-residence program sponsored by the Whitney Museum. The documentary photographs he shot during his summer on the farm—a medley of picket-fenced country roads, grazing horses, and artists convening... continue reading

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