Opening Evening on 21 June 2022 – 6.30pm
Exhibition 24 June – 11 September 2022
This approach resonates with our current existence – these difficult periods that we are somehow navigating. Laurence’s work, which we have already had the chance to expose, is blurred and slow but really engrained in our daily lives. Every photo or video can be us, at home, with a member of our family. These scenes are suggested or suggestive but beautiful, so beautiful by their colours and the atmosphere that emerges from them.
A kind of photographic Hopperism which leads us to hesitate between melancholy and plenitude. For this exhibition, Laurence goes further: already in the choice and format of her photos but also by devoting herself to video, an art so little approached by women. Here again, we could spend hours watching these slow movements, this time that does not pass or passes so slowly that we forget that we are in the real world.
Anne is very bold because she dares leaving a large part of her canvas or paper, empty. Yet this touch of bright blue, always the same, quite unique, between Klein blue and deep sea blue attracts our attention and forces us to discover this subtle and almost erased black drawing that takes a timid place on the paper. Either a hand, a body, a face, a foot, just enough to understand what it is but not too much that would give it away as a ghost or an obscure being or object. Anne has also developed this drawing technique with stamps formed by erasers that she sculpts and places sporadically over her papers. His art is sober and dynamic at the same time.
An exhibition where bodies and minds occupy space and for which Laurence and Anne both bring a wonderful feminine touch to art. This exhibition will be held all summer.
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Please Register Here to attend the event on 21/6 from 6.30 pm. And as it will be the celebration day of music, a live band will be present.