Archives Restons Courtois Past: September 8 → October 20, 2012 This combination of artists is meant to arouse the same sensation as the noise of chalk on a blackboard. But, contrary to this example, the embarrassment, the reject or the discomfort will come imperceptibly.
Archives Jérôme Allavena, Sandra Aubry & Sébastien Bourg, Pierre-Laurent Cassière, Chloé Dugit-Gros — x, y, z, & t Past: June 23 → July 28, 2012 Mathematics represent space and time as two inseparable notions influencing each other, space-time has four dimensions: three for space, x, y, z, and one for time, t. The artists play on this impalpable matter which draws toward mental and physical reflection.
Archives Killoffer + Ruppert & Mulot — Houille ! Past: May 5 → June 16, 2012 Following his late exhibition in Abbaye Sainte Croix museum in Les Sables d’Olonne, and the publication of his new book, Killoffer shows, in gallery Anne Barrault, a series of drawings on paper and on canvas, made in 2011 and 2012. He has wished Ruppert and Mulot to be invited, who will show, for the first time, a film entitled The Rite of Spring.
Archives Odires Mlászho & Manuela Marques Past: March 17 → April 28, 2012 Well known at international level, Gallery Vermelho in São Paulo is present at Art Basel, Frieze as well as art fairs in Latin America, such as those of Tijuana or Bogota. It proposed that Odires Mlászho, chose practice of photomontage pays tribute to his masters, Max Ernst and Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, should be shown in Paris: we agreed with enthusiasm.
Archives Gabriele Basilico — De Rio à Shanghai Past: January 14 → March 10, 2012 Going on with his radioscopy of the architecture and development of big cities, Gabriele Basilico examines the changes of these sites of living and civilization where now most people have their homes.
Archives Alun Williams — Jules, Victorine, La Fornarina et Le Psychologue Past: November 19, 2011 → January 7, 2012 For his second solo exhibition the British artist presents three groups of new paintings, under the titles of Jules and Victorine, the Three Graces, and Six Fornarinas. In these works Alun Williams links his appropriation of accidental paint-marks, found in the street, with representations of historical characters gathered from the history of painting.
Archives Yona Friedman & Jean-Baptiste Decavèle — …&, iconostases 25 i.s. Past: September 10 → November 12, 2011 Gallery Anne Barrault invites you to an exhibition of Yona Friedman, the architect, and Jean-Baptiste Decavèle, the artist, who carry on their work on Balkis Island, a fictitious island born from their mutual friendship.
Archives Fayçal Baghriche & Catharina van Eetvelde & Aurélien Mole & Guillaume Pinard Past: June 25 → July 30, 2011 A l’occasion de cette nouvelle exposition d’été, nous avons le plaisir de présenter les œuvres inédites de quatre artistes parisiens : Fayçal Baghriche & Catharina van Eetvelde & Aurélien Mole & Guillaume Pinard.
Archives Éric Nehr — Rose blessé Past: May 7 → June 18, 2011 His fourth exhibition in gallery Anne Barrault, is political, anthropological, artistic, human. These photographs relate a journey, meetings with this minority in Cameroon and Panama. In certain African countries, this black man, born white, half-man, half-god can be chased to death.
Archives Sarah Tritz — Du fauteuil de mon roi rose Past: April 2 → 30, 2011 With this exhibition, Sarah Tritz’s polymorphous work reveals her interest in space and in the way of making it her own. The artist shows her recent works tinged with anachronistic lyricism, in which architectural shapes mix with hercollages and drawings.
Archives Ramuntcho Matta — La salle d’attente Past: February 26 → March 26, 2011 Ramuntcho Matta puts the visitor into a waiting room. The furniture, the sounds, the drawings, the magazines are mixed in order to create the setting. The wobbly furniture makes you feel uncomfortable, popular songs are reworked, drawings allude to medicine, esoteric cults such as shamanism.
Archives Tere Recarens — Le fleuve suit son cours Past: January 8 → February 19, 2011 Back from your second stay in Dersim (Turkey), you sent me the photograph of a man running up a hill. One of your first works is the painting of a “girl who runs or nothing” — Chica que corre a la nada. In 1996, you put your camera in the yard of a building and you managed to go down the stairs in fifteen seconds, the time for your camera with the self-timer on to take the photograph…
Archives Lars Fredrikson Past: December 14, 2010 6:00 PM → December 18, 2010 7:00 PM This artist of the second half of the 20th century, who paints, draws, sculptures, influenced by the constructivists has worked with writers and poets such as Samuel Beckett. Wishing to overshawdow the voluminous and visual sides of things, he has very soon turned his artistic researches towards technical and immaterial aspects.
Archives Manuela Marques — Zone(s) de contact Past: October 30 → December 11, 2010 Beyond a mirror, a reflection opens up a hypothetical elsewhere. On the side of a table, three withered lotus blooms tangle their stems in a sharp-necked nase. Through bird-cages, another net, this time architectural, shows. Bags, tied to a tree, hang. A gap appears in rock faces…
Archives Guillaume Pinard — Tomate Past: September 4 → October 23, 2010 Once more in gallery Anne Barrault, Guillaume Pinard takes the opportunity to go back to the primordial practice he had left for something else, and which finds its place again among the cycle of his inclinations : oil painting itself. For this new exhibition, he has given up the harsh black and white of his ghostl…
Archives Killoffer — Mauvais plis Past: June 5 → July 24, 2010 On connaît Killoffer pour ses publications en bandes dessinées, pour ses illustrations dans Libération et autres magazines puis, depuis quelques années, pour ses dessins exposés dans la galerie d’Anne Barrault. De toutes ces collaborations et pensées diverses, on peut constater que, cet artiste peut et sait développer plusieurs styles, tout en restant « du Killoffer ».
Archives Hugo Hopping — A Sugar Diet for Mystics Past: March 22 → May 8, 2010 La Galerie présente la première exposition personnelle en France de Hugo Hopping. A Sugar Diet for Mystics consiste en une série de dessins, deux vidéos et une installation, spécialement créés pour l’occasion et mettant en jeu les notions de désir, de résignation, et de combat communs à l’engagement intellectuel, politique et amoureux.