Three questions to Clara Pagnussatt, an art advisotr

Three questions to Clara Pagnussatt, an art advisotr

As part of our Christmas newsletter, we invited four leading figures of the art world to share their experiences on contemporary artworks and their wishlists for the Christmas holidays. read more
Three questions to Gaël Charbau, a curator

Three questions to Gaël Charbau, a curator

As part of our Christmas newsletter, we invited four leading figures of the art world to share their experiences on contemporary artworks and their wishlists for the Christmas holidays. read more
Three questions to Éric Poitevin, an artist

Three questions to Éric Poitevin, an artist

As part of our Christmas newsletter, we invited four leading figures of the art world to share their experiences on contemporary artworks and their wishlists for the Christmas holidays. read more
Three questions to Frédéric Lorin, a collector

Three questions to Frédéric Lorin, a collector

As part of our Christmas newsletter, we invited four leading figures of the art world to share their experiences on contemporary artworks and their wishlists for the Christmas holidays. read more
L'été [The summer]. Collective show

L'été [The summer]. Collective show

"Yet already the sun, the faint breeze, the whiteness of the asphodels, the sharp blue of the sky, everything makes one fancy summer—the golden youth then covering the beach, the long hours on the sand and the sudden softness of evening." read more
Paradis artificiels with Ellande Jaureguiberry and Mathilde Lestiboudois

Paradis artificiels with Ellande Jaureguiberry and Mathilde Lestiboudois

The exhibition "Paradis artificiels" (artificial paradises) puts in dialogue, in a new way, the paintings of Mathilde Lestiboudois and the drawings and sculptures of Ellande Jaureguiberry, inviting us to plunge into phantasmagorical spaces, favorable to the deployment of conflicting feelings. We are invited to metaphorically cross uncertain zones, oscillating between the theater stage and the votive altar, between the built and its ornament. Of the same delicacy in the gesture that shaped them; of an identical will of precision while granting an importance to the qualities of the material; the works of these two artists activate a dance of the glance, sometimes caught by the effects of depth and the details, sometimes sliding on the smooth or powdery surfaces covering the support. They lodge us in a discomfort, a productive doubt by which the imaginary as well as the memory are awakened. Thereby, the familiar ricochets on the unknown, the real intertwines with the fiction. read more
Valérie Sonnier : Ma maison me regarde et ne me connaît plus

Valérie Sonnier : Ma maison me regarde et ne me connaît plus

Valérie Sonnier's works depict an universe defined by the notions of presence and absence, whose nostalgic architectures are punctuated by apparitions. Each project is expressed through three media: film, photography and drawing. Valérie Sonnier is more specifically interested in the architecture of the places she portrays with precision. This setting, a theatre of spirits and lives that she tries to capture and immortalise, is drawn with graphite, coloured pencil and wax on the pages of old school or account books, filmed with a Super 8 camera and photographed in silver or colour, ghostly traces that constantly transpose us into a space of time that is past, as if crystallised. read more
Cross interview with Marie Passa and David Kowalski

Cross interview with Marie Passa and David Kowalski

The exhibition Letters from Utopia brings together the work of Marie Passa, a photographer who claims the action of time in her creation, and David Kowalski, a painter in search of timelessness whose images are disturbing because of their photographic aspect. Both work in shades of grey and depict empty interiors not devoid of a form of presence. They create mysterious and disturbing images tinged with melancholy. While Marie Passa is interested in utopias that have been achieved and abandoned by man, David Kowalski's utopia suggests a near future where nature reclaims its rights. read more
Hors les murs : La maison lointaine, Martine Aballéa au Palais Idéal du Facteur Che

Hors les murs : La maison lointaine, Martine Aballéa au Palais Idéal du Facteur Che

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Jean Gfeller : A neck brace, a weird guy and a landscape poster

Jean Gfeller : A neck brace, a weird guy and a landscape poster

Interiors made up of a few pieces of furniture - a chair, a bed, a table, a neon sign, shutters. Reduced to the essential, Jean Gfeller's sets unfold like archetypes of familiar places, homes, bedrooms, even waiting rooms. Ambivalent, they shape a small labyrinthine theater where doors and windows offer no escape. read more
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