Archives Paris Photo 2015 — Rendez-vous les 28 et 29 novembre dans les galeries parisiennes Past: November 28 → 29, 2015 In collaboration and with the support of Paris Photo, participating galleries will be exceptionally open from 10am-8pm Saturday and Sunday November 28-29th. This will be the occasion for collectors and photography aficionados who did not have the opportunity to visit the fair at the Grand Palais, to discover these exceptional artworks within the galleries.
Archives Didier Mencoboni — Épisode X : Génération ...Etc... Past: December 7, 2013 → February 22, 2014 This exhibition is like a story where the main character is absent. All of the works presented are an emanation of the central work entitled …Etc…, a painting consisting of 2132 existing paintings to date. In this exhibition, none of the paintings appear in their entirety, only a selection of the avatars initiated by this pictorial project, over the years.
Archives Lee Friedlander Past: October 12 → November 30, 2013 Following in the wake of Robert Frank and Walker Evans, the American urban social landscape becomes Lee Friedlander’s primary focus. This exhibition offers a range of photographs dating from the 1960s until now, retracing the various themes explored throughout his career.
Archives Gil & Moti — Available for you Past: July 11 → September 18, 2013 In “Available for You”, the Israeli-Dutch artist duo Gil & Moti offer their services to Arab inhabitants. These encounters are then documented in diary entries, photos and videos. The artworks tell the story of a journey, the characters being the protagonists of the project and immigration a question which runs through all European metropolises.
Gil & Moti — Petit-déjeuner israélien Past: Saturday, September 7, 2013 at 10 AM The curator and duo will invite the public. Gil & Moti will cook and serve a special dish in a cozy Israeli kibbutz-like atmosphere and will stimulate an informal discussion with a full belly on subjects … Event
Archives Damien Cabanes & Yazid Oulab Past: May 18 → June 22, 2013 Damien Cabanes’ works lead us from the universe of representation and the object towards something more poetic. Yazid Oulab has produced a series of abstract drawings created with graphite attached to a drill. The result is a myriad of points that elevate itself as whirlwinds reminding him of racing electrons and thus the origin of matter.
Archives Shiobhan Liddell — Among Ancients Past: February 2 → March 23, 2013 Throught the roman light, arising from other Times that would be those of a furtive and universal poetry, used to levitate the works of Siobhan Liddell. Like in weighlessness, drawings and sculptures of paper underline the air, in an infinite grace and delicacy, light and deep, intently harmonic.
Archives Fouad Bouchoucha — Mes Possibles Past: December 15, 2012 → January 15, 2013 For his first solo exhibition at Galerie Eric Dupont, Fouad Bouchoucha questions the Possibles of life through art, and tests these sensitive experiences. The perception — mental, visual, physical or auditory — is at the heart of his work, and he uses the paramount element of a being, the idea of the here and now, the relationship to oneself and to the world.
Archives Nicholas Nixon Past: October 27 → December 8, 2012 Nicholas Nixon is an American photographer, born in 1947. Since the 70s, he has specialized in portraits and has made photographical documentaries. Galerie Eric Dupont exhibits Nixon’s work for the first time, through for emblematic sets: the Brown Sisters, People, Bebe and I and Cities.
Archives Mathieu Pernot — Les Migrants Past: September 8 → October 20, 2012 This work was inspired by an image by Mathieu Pernot. A photography glimpsed in a community magazine, showing four bodies lying on the ground in a forest in the north of France. The caption indicated that they were Afghans, probably exhausted, taking a nap away from prying eyes. It was a violent image.
Archives Thierry Costesèque — Demain le Nord Past: June 7 → July 27, 2012 Since 2006, he has been painting large-format infra-realism works, representing forms, lines and signs from urban life. He creates a rough aspect and an abstract pictorial essence within his paintings, by using tools foreign to the lexicon of a painter — domestic brushes, or waxing gloves, for example.
Archives Taysir Batniji — Le monde n’est pas arrivé Past: December 8, 2011 → January 21, 2012 Galerie Éric Dupont hosts Taysir Batniji’s second exhibition. For the occasion, the Palestinian artist takes possession of the new gallery space with a set of recent works. Taysir Batniji creates a discrepancy between a highly referenced way of representing images and themes peculiar to war reporting.
Archives Pascal Convert — Histoire, Enfance Past: October 15 → November 30, 2011 Being the child of an important figure is certainly not easy. It is necessary to make, if not a name, at least a first name for oneself. This requires great strength of character but the presence of the father or mother enables a liberating conflict.
Archives Regina Virserius — Full emotion Past: May 14 → June 25, 2011 Régina Virserius travaille sur le très gros plan, sur la spectacularisation des émotions rendues lisibles sur les visages grâce aux puissants moyens techniques d’enregistrement filmique. Les arrêts sur image s’apparentent à des prises de notes rapides de physionomies expressives, décontextualisées et assemblées pour créer une cartographie d’« émotions » possibles.
Archives Siobhan Liddell — As it is, as it isn’t Past: November 6 → December 18, 2010 Œuvre après œuvre, Liddell révèle les rudiments d’un langage formé par la précarité de la mise en scène et des matériaux, centré sur le papier, à la fois dans sa forme naissante et dans son statut éphémère. Ce travail est le résultat d’un jeu prolongé et engagé, décrivant cette vulnérabilité latente, constitutive de l’expérience humaine.
Archives Yazid Oulab Past: September 4 → October 30, 2010 Pour sa troisième exposition personnelle à la galerie, Yazid Oulab poursuit sa réflexion sur l’Homme et la place qu’il tient dans notre monde au travers d’une série d’œuvres inédites intitulée : Les Confessions négatives.
Archives Clément Bagot — Entrée en matière Past: April 24 → June 5, 2010 Clément Bagot définit volontiers ses œuvres comme des « paysages mentaux ». Ses dessins apparaissent comme une cartographie cellulaire, dense, dotée de stratifications et librement rythmée. Ses sculptures, évoquant des vaisseaux spatiaux, des villes de science-fiction se bâtissent sur le mode de la prolifération modulaire.