Marian Goodman Gallery Paris is presenting Presque rien (Almost Nothing) , an exhibition of selected works by Leonor Antunes, Christian Boltanski, Carol Bove, Nina Canell, Lygia Clark, Simon Fujiwara, Marine Hugonnier, Koo Jeong A, Seung-Taek Lee, François Morellet, Gabriel Sierra, Rayyane Tabet, Niele Toroni, Richard Tuttle and Cerith Wyn Evans. If nothing usually evokes an absence, a lack or a void, it is often at the frontier of nothing in which these artists excel. Through an apparent simplicity, their works both move and impact on the viewer. The pieces displayed in the exhibition (drawings, photographs, paintings, sculptural objects, sculptures or 16mm film) share a similar aesthetic; one that is at once minimal and refined. By sticking together and painting tiny matchboxes whilst recovering from a serious illness in the 1960s, Lygia Clark (b. Belo Horizonte, 1920 – d. Rio de Janeiro, 1988), created the first of he

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