Archives Jean Carzou — Vision surréelles Past: March 9 → April 13 Jean Carzou was born in Alep, Syria in 1907 and lived in Paris from 1924 until his death in 2000. Throughout his life, he developed two artistic tracks: a realist naturalistic path, which one knows best from his depictions of railroad tracks and industrial structures, and the poetic, dream-like path that is the subject of this exhibition.
Archives Ron Gorchov — Recent Paintings Past: October 13 → November 17, 2012 Gorchov is the first artist to have distorted the frame in order to impose both a convex and concave shape. The frame itself becomes an integral part of his signature. He draws directly on the canvas motifs of biomorphic shapes and reveals his brushstrokes when he finds them interesting.
Archives Christophe Avella-Bagur — La Châsse de l’Homme Past: October 8 → November 19, 2011 Galerie Richard presents a new one-man-show of the work of Christophe Avella-Bagur in which we will show new paintings in his “Face FS” series. Christophe Avella-Bagur gives us an uncompromisingly contemporary version of painting, which while remaining firmly figurative, gives us a fresh look at human identity as depicted by the virtual world.
Archives Beverly Fishman — Pharmako Series Past: September 3 → 27, 2011 Galerie Richard present Beverly Fishman’s solo exhibition. Of special interest will be the European debut of Pills, a series of luminous sculptures. In addition, the exhibit will feature new brightly colored paintings on metal. Beverly Fishman’s work is unique by her appropriation of abstract scientific languages to represent the human body.