copy of L'île intérieure [French version]Petit
Catalogue published on the occasion of the exhibition "L'île intérieure" organised at the Villa Carmignac, on the island of Porquerolles, until 5 November 2023.
In the beginning, there are landscapes and bodies, landscapes within bodies, a tangled web of situations of the kind that dreams are good at creating. It is hard to understand what constitutes interior or exterior. The eyes are now blinded by a solar light, now plunged into the darkness of the ocean’s depths or the heart of the night. One moon, two moons, three moons watch over worlds in which humans are often absent. Sea and mountain merge like the collisions of seasons. From time to time, animals and plants build empires and indulge in rituals. Within this inner island, the eye is invited to roam and lead the rest of the body along for the ride.
With works by Caroline Achaintre, Etel Adnan, Darren Almond, Harold Ancart, Giulia Andreani, Lucas Arruda, Jean-Francis Auburtin, Marcella Barceló, Miquel Barceló, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Anna-Eva Bergman, Ragna Bley, Mark Bradford, Tim Breuer, Alexander Calder, Ali Cherri, Francesco Clemente, Marcus Cope, Andrew Cranston, Henri-Edmond Cross, Verne Dawson, Jeremy Demester, Peter Doig, Jennifer Douzenel, Antoine Espinasseau, Helen Frankenthaler, Rodney Graham, Corentin Grossmann, Simon Hantaï, Camille Henrot, David Horvitz, Cathy Josefowitz, Pia Krajewski, Agnieszka Kurant, Roy Lichtenstein, Tony Matelli, Janaina Mello Landini, Luz Moreno Pinart & Anaïs Silvestro, Jill Mulleady, Bruce Nauman, Otobong Nkanga, Albert Oehlen, Bernard Pesce, Bernard Plossu, Sigmar Polke, Michel Redolfi, Auguste Rodin, Christine Safa, Edgar Sarin, Norbert Schwontkowski, Kiki Smith, Léon Spilliaert, Tursic & Mille, Francis Upritchard, Frank Walter, Christopher Wool.
Texts by Ryōko Sekiguchi, Jean-Marie Gallais and Yann Chateigné Tytelman.
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