Over the weekend Ruttkowski;68 opened its new gallery in Paris at 8 Rue Charlot in the Marais district. To ring in the occasion, the space hosted a large group exhibition featuring works by a carefully-curated selection of artists touching upon fashion, music, and urban culture.
Highlighting the showcase is a life-size Air Jordan 1 coffin in the iconic Bred colorway by Ghana-based coffin artist Paa Joe. Joe also recently constructed a massive Air Max 95 variation, which you can see below.
Additional artists participating include Andy Kassier, Antwan Horfee, Asger Carlsen & Roger Ballen, Conny Maier, C.O. Paeffgen, Daniel Weissbach, Devin Troy Strother, Fabian Treiber, Filippo Minelli, Frédéric Platéus, Henrik Vibskov, Jårg Geismar, Jenny Brosinski, Joakim Ojanen, Lars Eidinger, Mark Jenkins, Pablo Tomek, Philip Emde, Ricardo Passaporte, Stefan Marx, Stefan Strumbel, and Wermke / Leinkauf.
Roughly 400 people were in attendance for the Ruttkowski;68 Paris opening. Scroll through the gallery above to get a feel for the space, as the exhibition is open to the public through October 28.
Again, Ruttkowski;68's new Paris location is nestled in the Marais district, which is home to art galleries, fashion boutiques, and creative businesses.
Ruttkowski;68 Paris 8 Rue Charlot 75003 Paris, France
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