Recently we had the opportunity to meet → Adrien Belgrand, a talented painter. His smooth and realistic touch plays with 3D imagery: the artist wants to make painting the place of an immersive experience, which transcribes a vision of reality without imitating it completely.
At the Rencontres d’Arles, very well-designed scenography for remarkable shots by photojournalist Philippe Chancel. In the church of Frères Pêcheurs, we navigate from continent to continent, but we always see the same thing: tragic situations, linked to a social, economic or ecological reality.
Looking at the exhibition “Les Saturnales, part 2: Solaris”, a suggestion by Simon Zaborski and Julia Borderie (→ for more information), we have been interested in → Camille Zehenne’s work.
Here is a 2016 video that combines the artist’s knowledge as a researcher in information and communication sciences, and her talent as a video artist. In the KissmyArt team, we also have potato names!
Straight from Peru, seen through a beautiful installation that combines pre-Columbian archaeology with contemporary art.
The purpose? Show the water collecting and treatment systems developed by the ancient Peruvian populations. Water management here is based on a thorough understanding of nature and respect for ecosystems. Exposing such knowledge is a major contemporary challenge due to the ecological crisis.
Some artists noticed during the exhibition [ Aparté ], the first organized by the collective Embrayage.
A great initiative that lives up to its ambitions.
At the → Valérie Delaunay gallery, we liked the works of Kubra Khademi, an woman artist from Afghanistan. Her drawings, which are highly autobiographical, cross-reference the artist’s genealogy with the universal history of women.
Visiting Finale, the group exhibition of 2018 graduates students from the Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Paris. Great works.
Rugilė Barzdžiukaitė, Vaiva Grainytė, Lina Lapelytė, Sun & Sea (Marina), 2019
at the 58th Venice Biennale
Nice surprise at the Lithuanian pavilion
“New Pigments” exhibition by the artist Martin Jason
at Thaddaeus Ropac gallery (Paris)
Exhibition opening at the Palais de Tokyo, dedicated to the childhood