Archives Le ciel bientôt sera trop court Past: October 27 → December 22, 2012 “Soon the sky will be too short” gathers various artists whose works question, challenge and decompose image and language. Through mixtures, assemblies and collages, juxtapositions and overlays, the pieces on display propose to wander through imagination, to remember past and forthcoming times.
Archives Angela Detanico / Rafael Lain — Two Voices Past: September 8 → October 20, 2012 Fascinated by what exceeds man and his understanding of what surrounds him, they draw systems of representation from scientific, mathematical and literary researches. Inherited of the conceptual statement, established in the use of new mediums like sound, graphic and plastic creation, their thought process appears in a meticulous and uncluttered poetic formalism.
Archives Claire Morel — ISBN 978-2-9540208-8-4 Past: May 12 → June 30, 2012 For Claire Morel, written is a picture, the book is an item. It isn’t about denying the meaning borne by words but to feel their materiality : a book is a space, an architecture, a surface that writing occupies, transforms and livens up with its attendance and non-attendance.
Archives Tourne-Toi Past: January 27 → February 25, 2012 Pour la première exposition de l’année (de la fin du monde), les plus jeunes artistes de la galerie présentent un ensemble d’œuvres autour d’idées de la littérature fin-de-siècle, du pessimisme décrit par Schopenhauer et Huysmans. Le curieux est invité à s’immerger dans cet univers intime et onirique, laissant derrière lui les horloges et les mètres.
A Rebours Past: February 7 → 10, 2012 A Rebours, troisième volet en collaboration avec la galerie Yvon Lambert, sera visible (ou invisible) dans le Grand Foyer du Théâtre National de Chaillot. De 20h30 à 23h30 le 7 février, de 19h à 21h30 … Event
Archives Anthony McCall — Throes Past: November 5, 2011 → January 14, 2012 Martine Aboucaya Gallery presents Anthony McCall’s third solo show. The English artist shows a new volumetric, solid-light installation, “Throes”, which will be on view from Wednesdays to Saturdays. The artist also shows a suite of drawings that take as their starting-point the shifting, mutating, ‘ellipse-wave’ forms of the projected installation.