Hauser & Wirth Lands in Paris and Inaugurates Its New Digs With a Highly Anticipated Henry Taylor Show

All photography by Nicolas Brasseur. All images courtesy of Hauser & Wirth and Henry Taylor. 

After dropping anchor in West Hollywood last February, Hauser & Wirth looks to Paris to open its 17th gallery location. The Swiss mega-gallery, which represents around 60 living artists—including George Condo, Cindy Sherman, Jenny Holzer, and Rashid Johnson (and the estates of another 40, such as Louise Bourgeois, Max Bill, and Alexander Calder)—is settling into a Rue François 1er 19th-century Haussmannian building, which was previously home to French radio station Europe 1. 

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