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Marta Zgierska, Afterbeauty IV

Marta Zgierska

“The images are sharp. Absolutely sharp, with formidable precision. These are simple images. Photographs that focus on an object. Only one, centered, designated. An object that photography installs in a space, its space, permanent and uncomfortable. No approximation, no effect, no gloss. Flattening and remote things. The setting up of the elements. Pieces of a puzzle

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Olivia Gay, Lili opéra

Olivia Gay

Olivia Gay’s images are faces, bodies, women’s gaze, windows open towards their intimacy, both fragility and strength. A certain expression of loneliness despite the presence of other bodies. Frontal or distant, determined or offered, these gazes and bodies are moving, always. Her formal research is intrinsically related to her intellectual reflection. With her artistic work, she

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Jérémie Setton

La pratique picturale de Jérémie Setton se fonde sur une approche hypersensible de la lumière et de la couleur, travaillant à la frontière du visible et l’invisible des formes et des espaces, où les ombres disparaissent. Jérémie Setton utilise les outils traditionnels de la peinture (couleur, lumière, texture…) pour redéfinir le médium pictural et l’inscrire dans

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Arnaud Vasseux, Creux

Arnaud Vasseux

Arnaud Vasseux gives a determinant place to phenomena, materials and their handling as a processes that help understanding and sense making.. He considers processes that make forms to take shape from materials going through different states, such as plaster, resin, wax or glass. He considers their nature and makes possible those forms that combine combine fragility,

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Favret & Manez

Favret & Manez

The photographic art of Favret & Manez is a script.  The language they use is being structured by what can be qualified as moments. Of these moments, time with space and then the body are the actors. And memory intersperse.    Landscaping, as a sudden neologism, would mean, by what we hear, what spreads out, the

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Sebastien Arrighi, Le Mas, Provence-Alpes-Côte-d'Azur, 2018

Sébastien Arrighi

On the verge of visible and invisible and within the aesthetics of discretion, sebastien arrighi observes the landscape that fits into a indefinite continuity of resemblances that keeps a world alive and substitutes itself to the idea of its unity. He explores landscapes in front of his door just as he explores far away lands, where

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Jean Philippe Roubaud

Jean Philippe Roubaud

Jean Philippe Roubaud peint le dessin ou dessine la peinture.  Il utilise le crayon, le pinceau et systématiquement le graphite. Tout commence par l’imbrication du procédé de la peinture et du fait du dessin.  Il s’oblige à restreindre les moyens du processus et réduit l’acte à son plus petit appareil pour

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Sophie Braganti

Sophie Braganti

Sophie Braganti is a writer and poet. She has written some twenty books (Amourier, Tipaza, Gros Textes, Plaine Page, Mango/Dada, Growing up, Belem, DAV, Propos2…), books by artists and in numerous magazines. She is also an art critic, has written for many artists in the press (Dada, Verso Arts and

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Eric Caligaris

Eric Caligaris

Eric Caligaris relates sound works to visual arts, sociology and architecture. Born in 1965, he has practiced several instruments since the seventies and formed his ear with intensive radio practice for more than thirty years, thus developing selective affinities in contemporary music, especially with regard to plastic and spatial issues.

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Jean Marc Andrieu, Onze points sans motif

Jean Marc Andrieu

Born in 1955, Jean Marc Andrieu is a French artist who lives and works in Manduel (Gard) France 30129. He teaches at the Higher School of Art in Aix-en-Provence. Biography. Personal exhibitions Collective exhibitions Collections Bibliographie Personal exhibitions 2013 : « Reste à trouver le T » Galerie From Point-to-Point,

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