Rien ne bouge — Julien Crépieux
Rien ne bouge
Past: February 15 → March 24, 2012
The Jérôme Poggi Gallery presents Julien Crépieux’s first one-man show. Entitled Rien Ne Bouge, it will display a set of representative pieces of this young artist’s work, most of which will be reinterpreted for the exhibition.
Whether making films, installations, or collages, Julien Crépieux’s work proposes original devices, through the appropriation of images, films, texts, and music, of which he then twists the modes of appearance, giving rise to works that are marked with a dimension that is formal as well as poetical.
Born in 1979, Julien Crépieux is a young artist whose work attention is being paid more and more in recent years from critics and curators including Elodie Royer, Yoann Gourmel, including a text on the artist will be published the occasion of the exhibition, and Jean-Marc Prevost, Judicaël Lavrador, Pascale Cassagnau, Karen Tanguy, and collectors such as Jean-Conrad and Isabelle Lemaitre who particularly support his video work.
Opening Wednesday, February 15, 2012 6 PM → 10 PM
2, rue Beaubourg
Tuesday – Saturday, 11 AM – 7 PM