Florence Girardeau, Marie Lelouche, Fritz Panzer, João Vilhena — 3 days in Paris Ends in 19 days: November 29 → December 21 Cette exposition collective est entièrement dédiée au dessin contemporain et comprend les nouveaux travaux de quatre artistes de la galerie : Florence Girardeau, Marie Lelouche, Fritz Panzer, et João Vilhena. Le dessin est pour ces artistes un médium de prédilection dans leur démarche artistique.
Upcoming Pravdoliub Ivanov & Ivan Moudov — Fragments of Demand Upcoming In about 1 month: January 25 → March 8, 2014 À travers une série de pièces inédites combinant un sens fort de l’absurdité, une habilité à user de l’espace ainsi qu’une remise en cause, quasi permanente, de notre époque, Pravdoliub Ivanov et Ivan Moudov proposent une analyse critique et corrosive des conventions sociales, mais aussi des comportements individuels.
Archives Gayle Chong Kwan — Blind Vistas Past: September 7 → November 16 Gayle Chong Kwan creates photographs that remind us of inversed mirrors; as if to project a vision instead of receiving its reflection. These gold mirrors are based on images from the works of Méliès, particularly his Voyage dans la Lune, to whom the artist renders homage.
Archives Historico vagabond Past: June 22 → July 27 Historico-vagabond seeks to create a temporal paradox. Rewriting history is a potential tool for positive change. Rather than looking toward the future as the modernist utopias did, by travelling back in time to create a deviation and then offering an alternate timeline, we might change the past with the effect of magnifying the present.
Archives Sarah Duby, Florence Girardeau, João Vilhena — Le vestibule et les canaux semi-circulaires Past: May 18 → June 15 This refers to spatial and visual echoes. Variations and possible losses that shape the repetition of space. Conformed and false doubles. Gaps, backgrounds and details that eclipse each other. The vestibule and semicircular canals, architectural or anatomical spaces, spread the reverberations.
Archives Marie Denis — Lucy Past: April 6 → May 11 For Lucy, her third solo show at Alberta Pane Gallery, Marie Denis has chosen to present new large format sculptures. But who is Lucy? Our ancestor, of course, Australopithecus afarensis, the first woman and the first lady. On this occasion the gallery will turn into a place of birth, origins, and beginning.
Archives Bruno Kladar — Le regard de chacun III Past: March 15 → 30 La galerie Alberta Pane s’est entendue avec Bruno Kladar afin d’ouvrir ses portes pendant 24 heures pour un vernissage qui se présente sous la forme d’un happening : Le regard de Chacun. Les seules fois où Bruno Kladar a participé à cet happening se sont situées dans des lieux éphémères à Paris — la première fois en 1998, puis en 2001.
Archives Michelangelo Penso — Hommage à Gaston de Pawlowski Past: January 12 → February 23 L’art est un mirage utile À propos du travail de Michelangelo Penso “…tant il est vrai qu’il paraît difficile, en certaines matières, de ne point parler de tout à l’occasion de quelque chose….” Gaston de Pawlowski Michelangelo Penso est un artiste discret, pour ne pas dire secret. Même au sein du mon…
Archives Esther Stocker Past: October 25 → December 8, 2012 Pour cette deuxième exposition, à la Galerie Alberta Pane l’artiste présente des pièces inédites et jamais exposées jusqu’à présent : les maquettes/sculptures de ses projets muséaux et de ses grandes œuvres in situ. Ces travaux préparatoires nous montrent comment à partir d’une forme, on arrive à activer un processus de changement de perception et de vision.
Archives Fritz Panzer — Doubles Past: September 8 → October 20, 2012 Alberta Pane Gallery presents Fritz Panzer for his first solo exhibition in France. The Austrian artist is above all known for his wire sculptures of every day objects in 1:1 scale. All throughout his career, Fritz Panzer has followed the same approach in his works with different media.
Archives Group Show — Hidden Nature Past: June 23 → July 21, 2012 Maria Rebecca Ballestra is an artist strongly interested in political and ecological problems, Gayle Chong Kwan creates a world of her own for her photographs and Teodoro Lupo offers us the most lyrical approach — his concern is to enlighten what lies hidden in the shadows, to cast light upon natural beauties.
Archives Ivan Moudov — The Glory Hole Past: May 5 → June 16, 2012 For his second exhibition at Alberta Pane Gallery, Ivan Moudov presents a project in two parts, “The Glory Hole”, a title inspired by a device born in the 1970s in porno culture. The gallery will be split in two by a wall made specifically for the exhibition, interrupted at its centre by an empty circle of 8 cm.
Archives Luciana Lamothe — Crache! Past: March 10 → April 21, 2012 The Argentinian artist questions the relations between bodies, architectures and materials in urban, domestic and institutional spaces. She destroys social ceremonies, paying attention to the smallest of our self preservation instincts.
Archives Marie Lelouche — #1 Korean Landscape #2 Variation in building Past: January 14 → February 25, 2012 Coming back from her trip to South Korea, Marie Lelouche sweeps Alberta Pane Gallery with a double exhibition, inspired from her stay in the Land of the Morning Calm.This young French artist, born in 1984 and graduated in 2008 from Ensba (Paris), is specialized in the sophisticated arts of blown glass and porcelain.
Archives Florence Girardeau — Tout se fige alors Past: November 19 → December 23, 2011 Florence Girardeau’s work suggests infinitite delocalisations as well as a setting in motion of the regard, at the instance of the myth of Perseus, whose agile vision triumphed over the gorgon Médusa’s stonifying eye. The artist’s works are elaborated by means of a highly precise technic that generates a fluid and delicate universe, almost undefinable.
Archives João Vilhena — Deux lunes à l’autre Past: October 20 → November 15, 2011 Following his widely noticed participations in Salon de Montrouge and contemporary drawings fair “Salon du Dessin Contemporain 2011” in Paris, João Vilhena, artist of Portuguese origin living in Nice, will exhibit in Alberta Pane Gallery from October, 20th to November, 19th.
Archives Esther Stocker — Dirty Geometry Past: September 10 → October 15, 2011 Alberta Pane Gallery presents the first solo show in France of the internationally renowned artist Esther Stocker. Esther Stocker’s work principally consists of paintings and installations in an abstract and geometrical perspective, the two genres being closely related to each other.
Archives Gayle Chong Kwan — Giphantie Past: June 10 → July 23, 2011 Galerie Alberta Pane presents a new solo exhibition of Gayle Chong Kwan including the two recent photographic series “Senscape Scotland” and “Designated Status (ongoing)“ which play with ideas of memory, fictional landscapes and the historiography of photography.
Archives Marie Denis — Les yeux derrière la tête Past: April 2 → May 28, 2011 Marie Denis presents a new series of works that aim to uninhibit notions of beauty and decorative. The exhibition “Eyes in the back of the head” invites the visitors to widen their field of view, and multiply their senses when contacting sculptures ranging from the very large to the very small.
Archives Eleonora Aguiari — The Last Supper Past: February 26 → March 26, 2011 Referencing Leonardo da Vinci’s Ultima Cena, which has inspired her work, the artist explores the questions of spirituality and transcendence. In this exhibition, the reference is not iconographical, but emotional. The central installation and the preliminary drawings invite the observer to free oneself from time and space.
Archives NON Past: January 8 → February 19, 2011 The Alberta Pane gallery is pleased to present NON, an exhibition bringing together the artists Nemanja Cvijanović (Croatia) and Ivan Moudov (Bulgaria), and curated by Daniele Capra. NON challenges the mainstream by exposing the weaknesses and limits hidden behind its facade
Archives Blow-Up Past: October 30 → December 20, 2010 Alberta Pane Gallery presents “Blow-Up,” a group exhibition that brings together international artists around the common theme of perceptive illusion. The title is a reference to the film by Italian director Michelangelo Antonioni that relates the loss of marks of a photographer confronted by confusion between reality and illusion.
Archives Marie Denis — Les Curiosités Past: March 20 → May 22, 2010 « Objets inanimés, avez-vous donc une âme ? Je réponds oui ! » Par ses Curiosités, Marie Denis, fait référence aux fameux cabinets de curiosités apparus à la Renaissance, où étaient entreposés et exposés des objets collectionnés, avec un certain goût pour l’hétéroclisme et l’inédit.
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