Duetto

Une suite de cinquante-cinq expositions avec Caroline Achaintre, Nadia Agnolet, Cemil Aliyev, Amandine Arcelli, Carlotta Bailly-Borg, Jonathan Baldock, Ranti Bam, Raphaël Barontini, Eva Barto, Gilka Beclu-Geoffray, Jean-Baptiste Bernadet, Hélène Bertin, Mireille Blanc, Océane Bruel, Sebastian Buerkner, Julien Carreyn, Emmanuelle Castellan, Geneviève de Cissey, Matthieu Cossé, Sylvain Couzinet-Jacques, Anne Dangar, Émile Degorce-Dumas, Charlotte Denamur, Jean-Jacques Dubernard, Florent Dubois, Adélaïde Fériot, Diego Guglieri Von Dito, Neil Haas, Hippolyte Hentgen, Evie Hone, Anthony Jacquot-Boeykens, Chloé Jarry, Sophie Lamm, Amélie Lucas-Gary, René Pascal, Émilie Perotto, Nathalie Pouzet, Robert Mallet-Stevens, Colombe Marcasiano, Marianne Marić, Maude Maris, Simon Martin, Étienne Mauroy, Lindsey Mendick, Gabriel Méo, Stéphane Moreaux, Charlotte Moutou, Alexandre Benjamin Navet, Eva Nielsen, Camila Oliveira Fairclough, Guillaume Pinard, Octave Rimbert-Rivière, Juliette Roche, Muriel Rodolosse, Emmanuelle Roule, Éléonore Saintagnan, Lina Scheynius, Varda Schneider, Apolonia Sokol, Maxime Thieffine, Sarah Tritz, Henri Ughetto, Emmanuel Van der Meulen, Pierre Unal-Brunet, Céline Vaché-Olivieri, Benjamin Valenza, Albert Vallet, Marion Verboom, Marine Wallon, Elsa Werth et Rafal Zajko
du 17 mars au 10 mai 2020
en confinement à Sablons

Faire une exposition par jour au moins, est mon engagement depuis le 27 septembre 2004, et il en a été ainsi. Dans le strict respect des mesures de confinement, j’ai décidé de fabriquer cet accrochage quotidien. Le projet se construira au jour le jour en associant deux œuvres choisies dans ma proximité. Et si nous ne pouvons plus pour l’instant entrer en contact, elles le peuvent.

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In Constant Use

Une exposition avec des œuvres de Sebastian Buerkner, Gaia Fugazza, Neil Haas, Maude Maris, Haroon Mirza, Aimée Parrott, Clément Rodzielski et David de Tscharner
du 6 au 14 juillet 2019
à Grandine à Londres
www.grandine.co.uk

Art is useful. For centuries, some have fought to deepen the gap between applied and fine arts, instead let us join those who enjoy blurry or even nonexistent borders by simply celebrating the material reality of things. Some art works you can sit on, some you can play with, hide behind, drink from -some have a less obvious function. Ceramics are often functional, how about painting? Though some artworks keep it secret they are never the less, in constant use.

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