Exhibition from January 17 to February 21, 2015
Artists: Sandra D. Lecoq, Gérald Panighi, Virginie Le Touze, Philippe Jusforgues, Simone Simon, Joseph Dadoune, David Ancelin, Joseph Antoine d’Ornano, Agnès Vitani, Ruy-Blas, Marc Chevalier, Jacqueline Gainon, Frédérique Nalbandian, François Paris, Kristof Everart, Caroline Rivalan, Charlotte Pringuey-Cessac, Ben, Mathieu Alary, Gilles Miquelis, Alice Guittard, Pauline Brun, Johannes Karman, Gregory Forstner, Junko Yamasaki
From pencil to plaster, from light to charcoal, the works presented are grouped together in an enclosed space opening onto an infinite number of worlds created by artists from backgrounds as diverse as their practices. The works brought together for the very distance they produce from each other, sometimes a year away, sometimes closer. Touches of color illuminate the black and white drawings, photos and sketches, all highlighted by the spotlights of installations and sculptures. What they have in common is their differences. No two artists work on the same subject, they sometimes use the same material or technique, but they are light years apart while being close in their understanding of their idea of art. The works communicate, answer each other, contradict each other without quarrelling in a beautiful heterogeneous whole.