Printed in a single copy, her photographs are worked with pencil, paint and collage. Here, one shape frames the sea, the other underlines the sky, the mountain dances with volumes: another landscape appears.
A camera embedded in her thoughts, we follow her playful peregrinations.
Bling Studio creates mobiles. These highly graphic aerial drawings cut through space and move gradually to reveal new compositions. In their movement, the various materials - steel, mirror, resin, brass - interact with its environments: light is reflected, the mirror plays with the decor, and the resin changes shade. The spectator also participates in this slow process.
Catherine Danou, Genève Cotté and Elisabeth Raphaël
January 23, to February 15, 2020
Margaux Pecorari, Kat Klers and Clodine Gouriou
March 19, to April 11, 2020
Florence Nérisson and Mathilde Labrouche
May 14, to June 6, 2020
Dans le vif
Dans le vif, a collective exhibition by Hélène Durdilly, Laurence Garnesson, Louise Frydman and Marine Vu
Enter the heart of the matter.
Get to the point.
Our 4 artists, each in their own way, go to the essential, use “less” to reach “more”. A time of withdrawal. A certain economy of means, the elimination of the excess, a necessary discipline, a decisive rigor and a primordial mastery of the objectives.
Hélène Durdilly study the relation to the void. The background material, rugged, alive, whitened with gesso which is crossed by straight black lines traced with certainty.
In artworks by Laurence Garnessonfeels the commitment of the body in painting. Imagine almost the physical impetus of the route that travels with conviction the canvas or the paper. A lyrical energy and mastered.
In Louise Frydman’s works are the pure natural and mineral forms. They are self-sufficient, without colour or artifice. In motion or motionless, it is light that brings a complementary dimension to these ceramics that leave you dreamy.
Very suggestive essential, almost invisible are works by Marine Vu. The artist works under the surface of the canvas. The motif takes shape in the canvas or the paper itself. We show without showing. We feel. Almost absent the pattern is gradually revealed between the shadow and the light that come to meet the surface of the work.