From July 21 to 30
We are delighted to present the recent works of Virginie Hucher during an open house this Saturday, July 23 at 18 rue Séguier, 75006 Paris.
Discover the work of Virginie Hucher during the International Design Parade in Hyères, in the Villa Noailles. The Design Parade is organised by Lauranne Elise Schmitt and the artists' works rhyme with the Mediterranean. The honorary president for the 2022 edition is interior architect Rodolphe Parente and the president of the jury is Dutch designer Ineke Hans.
Photos : Lauranne Elise Schmitt
Les trames du possible - september 2022
Juliette Lemontey & Guido de Zan - October 2022
Nick Mcphail - October 2022
Victor Cadene - December 2022
Nicolas Lefebvre - December 2022
Photo Saint Germain - November 2022
From june 30 to 13th July
Wood, a timeless plant material, bears the scars of time. Cut and burned by Alban Lanore.
Represented and assembled by Charlotte Bovy.
Alban Lanore works with wood using direct cutting tools. The artist first goes in search of scraps or wood at the end of its life.
Most of his sculptures are totemic and thus keep the verticality
of the tree.
His gesture respects its trunk and its pace, we follow the cracks, the knots, then, we stop on the reliefs carved then sometimes burned by the artist.
He shapes them in such a way as to erase its roundness, guided by a process
It emerges a power, a kind of certainty, a will.
Charlotte Bovy is a photographer who uses her photography as a support in a work of visual reconstruction.
In this new series presented, the reading is done in several times.
There is the underlying image, those of the oaks of the mythical forest of Fontainebleau. There is the architectural grid, which underlines the disproportion of these historical oaks of more than 300 years.
There is the stamping technique that blurs the border with painting. Finally, the use of this cardboard support from the wood - mise en abyme of the material - reinforces this patina, this notion of nostalgia or as the artist calls it Solastalgie (sadness felt in the loss of its place of comfort). Beautiful tribute to this forest that is called mosaic, which inhabits more than 700 remarkable trees.
Photogenic, they extend their endless branches that struggle to fit in their frame and that we find ourselves continuing in our mind.
Amélie du Chalard