To meet the other,
To coexist, launching this theme and observing how many waves it will bring forth, what will be their radiation, hoping that they will reach the darkest shores.
To coexist, putting it into practice, inviting colleagues and artists from afar, offering an opening of the eye on the paths of creation.
To coexist, the permanent artists of the gallery seized it. Four hands artworks, works evocation the human being…
To coexist with nature, with the passing of time, with the storm - inside and outside - hundreds of answers created for this theme.
To coexist in the discovery of artworks, carrying our vision of the profession of gallerist, passing on, discussing, sharing, be moved, questioning…
Laura et Denis Capazza-Durand
Marcos Brêtas has never sought to be a contemporary painter.
Coming from a generation of artists who do not consider painting as an avant-garde practice,
he nevertheless became a painter.
In the contemporary creation, in particular in the field of the 'volume' and of its widened field,
we have practices very far from those formerly common in the art schools.
I calm the noise of my incessant questions through photography, escaping into wonder,
when it is not in the beautiful, or by questioning what surrounds me.
I then lead the investigation in the family - of blood or of heart, the small or the big one.
Like in a Keith Jarrett concert, I enjoy being rocked and shaken by a chaos of joys and sorrows
of joys and sorrows, accelerations and appeasements.
It seems to me that Fred Kleinberg's painting is a painting of truth, because it is true on three levels:
in relation to itself, in relation to the artist, and in relation to its content.
The island of Ghoramara is located in the west of the Bengal delta. Following the global warming and the rise of the sea level
of the sea level which started in the 60's, the shore of this island is washed away, little by little, with each tide.
Since the 1980s, more than 50% of the island's territory has disappeared and two thirds of the population has had to leave the island.
Exuberant, mysterious and magical at the same time, Sepùlveda's polymorphous work is full of references
to his South American roots and to the different cultures to which he was exposed during his numerous and incessant travels.
Critics have studied his work and speak of the Sepùlveda Galaxy, the palette of the gods, and they compare him with a joyful ogre with a thunderous laugh, a voracious and insatiable giant, who devours universes, feasts on them, in order to better model only one: his own, unique, dazzling, fascinating.
People without writing, the Australian Aborigines read the Earth like a book,
the Earth is their living memory which includes everything that is related to it: sea, sky, Milky Way, etc...
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