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Gaëlle Faure | on Tumblr - in exhibition
Anatomies & Portraits de famille 7 - 30 November 2013La librairie-galerie L’Imagigraphe84 rue Oberkampf Paris 11Opening cocktail on Thursday 7th November from 7PM
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Gaëlle Faure | on Tumblr - in exhibition
Anatomies & Portraits de famille 7 - 30 November 2013La librairie-galerie L’Imagigraphe84 rue Oberkampf Paris 11Opening cocktail on Thursday 7th November from 7PM
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Gaëlle Faure | on Tumblr - in exhibition
Anatomies & Portraits de famille 7 - 30 November 2013La librairie-galerie L’Imagigraphe84 rue Oberkampf Paris 11Opening cocktail on Thursday 7th November from 7PM
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Gaëlle Faure | on Tumblr - in exhibition
Anatomies & Portraits de famille 7 - 30 November 2013La librairie-galerie L’Imagigraphe84 rue Oberkampf Paris 11Opening cocktail on Thursday 7th November from 7PM
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Gaëlle Faure | on Tumblr - in exhibition
Anatomies & Portraits de famille 7 - 30 November 2013La librairie-galerie L’Imagigraphe84 rue Oberkampf Paris 11Opening cocktail on Thursday 7th November from 7PM
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  • INVITATION - Tumblr Artist
Gaëlle Faure | on Tumblr - in exhibition
Anatomies & Portraits de famille 7 - 30 November 2013La librairie-galerie L’Imagigraphe84 rue Oberkampf Paris 11Opening cocktail on Thursday 7th November from 7PM
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Gaëlle Faure | on Tumblr - in exhibition
Anatomies & Portraits de famille 7 - 30 November 2013La librairie-galerie L’Imagigraphe84 rue Oberkampf Paris 11Opening cocktail on Thursday 7th November from 7PM
[more Gaëlle Faure]
  • INVITATION - Tumblr Artist
Gaëlle Faure | on Tumblr - in exhibition
Anatomies & Portraits de famille 7 - 30 November 2013La librairie-galerie L’Imagigraphe84 rue Oberkampf Paris 11Opening cocktail on Thursday 7th November from 7PM
[more Gaëlle Faure]
INVITATION - Tumblr Artist
Gaëlle Faure | on Tumblr - in exhibition
Anatomies & Portraits de famille 7 - 30 November 2013La librairie-galerie L’Imagigraphe84 rue Oberkampf Paris 11Opening cocktail on Thursday 7th November from 7PM
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Gaëlle Faure | on Tumblr - in exhibition
Anatomies & Portraits de famille 7 - 30 November 2013La librairie-galerie L’Imagigraphe84 rue Oberkampf Paris 11Opening cocktail on Thursday 7th November from 7PM
[more Gaëlle Faure] INVITATION - Tumblr Artist
Gaëlle Faure | on Tumblr - in exhibition
Anatomies & Portraits de famille 7 - 30 November 2013La librairie-galerie L’Imagigraphe84 rue Oberkampf Paris 11Opening cocktail on Thursday 7th November from 7PM
[more Gaëlle Faure] INVITATION - Tumblr Artist
Gaëlle Faure | on Tumblr - in exhibition
Anatomies & Portraits de famille 7 - 30 November 2013La librairie-galerie L’Imagigraphe84 rue Oberkampf Paris 11Opening cocktail on Thursday 7th November from 7PM
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Yan Pei-Ming 严培明 (b.1960, China/France) - Help! in exhibition
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac is pleased to announce its first exhibition by Chinese-born French artist Yan Pei-Ming. It is several years now since his work was last presented in a French gallery. The exhibition titled Help! will be constructed around several axes characteristic of the artist’s practice. The portrait, the history painting and the vanity will be presented on the three floors of the gallery in the Marais. In a dialectical and pictorial relation, the secular theme of war and peace enter into confrontation in the main gallery space whereas the icon embodied in the portrait genre and the works on paper will be presented on the other two floors of the gallery.
Yan Pei-Ming @ Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac21 October to 23 November 20137 Rue Debelleyme 75003 ParisOpening with the artist present on Monday 21 October 6-8PM
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Yan Pei-Ming 严培明 (b.1960, China/France) - Help! in exhibition
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac is pleased to announce its first exhibition by Chinese-born French artist Yan Pei-Ming. It is several years now since his work was last presented in a French gallery. The exhibition titled Help! will be constructed around several axes characteristic of the artist’s practice. The portrait, the history painting and the vanity will be presented on the three floors of the gallery in the Marais. In a dialectical and pictorial relation, the secular theme of war and peace enter into confrontation in the main gallery space whereas the icon embodied in the portrait genre and the works on paper will be presented on the other two floors of the gallery.
Yan Pei-Ming @ Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac21 October to 23 November 20137 Rue Debelleyme 75003 ParisOpening with the artist present on Monday 21 October 6-8PM
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Yan Pei-Ming 严培明 (b.1960, China/France) - Help! in exhibition
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac is pleased to announce its first exhibition by Chinese-born French artist Yan Pei-Ming. It is several years now since his work was last presented in a French gallery. The exhibition titled Help! will be constructed around several axes characteristic of the artist’s practice. The portrait, the history painting and the vanity will be presented on the three floors of the gallery in the Marais. In a dialectical and pictorial relation, the secular theme of war and peace enter into confrontation in the main gallery space whereas the icon embodied in the portrait genre and the works on paper will be presented on the other two floors of the gallery.
Yan Pei-Ming @ Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac21 October to 23 November 20137 Rue Debelleyme 75003 ParisOpening with the artist present on Monday 21 October 6-8PM
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Yan Pei-Ming 严培明 (b.1960, China/France) - Help! in exhibition
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac is pleased to announce its first exhibition by Chinese-born French artist Yan Pei-Ming. It is several years now since his work was last presented in a French gallery. The exhibition titled Help! will be constructed around several axes characteristic of the artist’s practice. The portrait, the history painting and the vanity will be presented on the three floors of the gallery in the Marais. In a dialectical and pictorial relation, the secular theme of war and peace enter into confrontation in the main gallery space whereas the icon embodied in the portrait genre and the works on paper will be presented on the other two floors of the gallery.
Yan Pei-Ming @ Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac21 October to 23 November 20137 Rue Debelleyme 75003 ParisOpening with the artist present on Monday 21 October 6-8PM
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Yan Pei-Ming 严培明 (b.1960, China/France) - Help! in exhibition
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac is pleased to announce its first exhibition by Chinese-born French artist Yan Pei-Ming. It is several years now since his work was last presented in a French gallery. The exhibition titled Help! will be constructed around several axes characteristic of the artist’s practice. The portrait, the history painting and the vanity will be presented on the three floors of the gallery in the Marais. In a dialectical and pictorial relation, the secular theme of war and peace enter into confrontation in the main gallery space whereas the icon embodied in the portrait genre and the works on paper will be presented on the other two floors of the gallery.
Yan Pei-Ming @ Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac21 October to 23 November 20137 Rue Debelleyme 75003 ParisOpening with the artist present on Monday 21 October 6-8PM
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Yan Pei-Ming 严培明 (b.1960, China/France) - Help! in exhibition
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac is pleased to announce its first exhibition by Chinese-born French artist Yan Pei-Ming. It is several years now since his work was last presented in a French gallery. The exhibition titled Help! will be constructed around several axes characteristic of the artist’s practice. The portrait, the history painting and the vanity will be presented on the three floors of the gallery in the Marais. In a dialectical and pictorial relation, the secular theme of war and peace enter into confrontation in the main gallery space whereas the icon embodied in the portrait genre and the works on paper will be presented on the other two floors of the gallery.
Yan Pei-Ming @ Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac21 October to 23 November 20137 Rue Debelleyme 75003 ParisOpening with the artist present on Monday 21 October 6-8PM
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Yan Pei-Ming 严培明 (b.1960, China/France) - Help! in exhibition
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac is pleased to announce its first exhibition by Chinese-born French artist Yan Pei-Ming. It is several years now since his work was last presented in a French gallery. The exhibition titled Help! will be constructed around several axes characteristic of the artist’s practice. The portrait, the history painting and the vanity will be presented on the three floors of the gallery in the Marais. In a dialectical and pictorial relation, the secular theme of war and peace enter into confrontation in the main gallery space whereas the icon embodied in the portrait genre and the works on paper will be presented on the other two floors of the gallery.
Yan Pei-Ming @ Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac21 October to 23 November 20137 Rue Debelleyme 75003 ParisOpening with the artist present on Monday 21 October 6-8PM
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Yan Pei-Ming 严培明 (b.1960, China/France) - Help! in exhibition
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac is pleased to announce its first exhibition by Chinese-born French artist Yan Pei-Ming. It is several years now since his work was last presented in a French gallery. The exhibition titled Help! will be constructed around several axes characteristic of the artist’s practice. The portrait, the history painting and the vanity will be presented on the three floors of the gallery in the Marais. In a dialectical and pictorial relation, the secular theme of war and peace enter into confrontation in the main gallery space whereas the icon embodied in the portrait genre and the works on paper will be presented on the other two floors of the gallery.
Yan Pei-Ming @ Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac21 October to 23 November 20137 Rue Debelleyme 75003 ParisOpening with the artist present on Monday 21 October 6-8PM
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Yan Pei-Ming 严培明 (b.1960, China/France) - Help! in exhibition
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac is pleased to announce its first exhibition by Chinese-born French artist Yan Pei-Ming. It is several years now since his work was last presented in a French gallery. The exhibition titled Help! will be constructed around several axes characteristic of the artist’s practice. The portrait, the history painting and the vanity will be presented on the three floors of the gallery in the Marais. In a dialectical and pictorial relation, the secular theme of war and peace enter into confrontation in the main gallery space whereas the icon embodied in the portrait genre and the works on paper will be presented on the other two floors of the gallery.
Yan Pei-Ming @ Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac21 October to 23 November 20137 Rue Debelleyme 75003 ParisOpening with the artist present on Monday 21 October 6-8PM
[more Yan Pei-Ming 严培明] INVITATION
Yan Pei-Ming 严培明 (b.1960, China/France) - Help! in exhibition
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac is pleased to announce its first exhibition by Chinese-born French artist Yan Pei-Ming. It is several years now since his work was last presented in a French gallery. The exhibition titled Help! will be constructed around several axes characteristic of the artist’s practice. The portrait, the history painting and the vanity will be presented on the three floors of the gallery in the Marais. In a dialectical and pictorial relation, the secular theme of war and peace enter into confrontation in the main gallery space whereas the icon embodied in the portrait genre and the works on paper will be presented on the other two floors of the gallery.
Yan Pei-Ming @ Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac21 October to 23 November 20137 Rue Debelleyme 75003 ParisOpening with the artist present on Monday 21 October 6-8PM
[more Yan Pei-Ming 严培明] INVITATION
Yan Pei-Ming 严培明 (b.1960, China/France) - Help! in exhibition
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac is pleased to announce its first exhibition by Chinese-born French artist Yan Pei-Ming. It is several years now since his work was last presented in a French gallery. The exhibition titled Help! will be constructed around several axes characteristic of the artist’s practice. The portrait, the history painting and the vanity will be presented on the three floors of the gallery in the Marais. In a dialectical and pictorial relation, the secular theme of war and peace enter into confrontation in the main gallery space whereas the icon embodied in the portrait genre and the works on paper will be presented on the other two floors of the gallery.
Yan Pei-Ming @ Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac21 October to 23 November 20137 Rue Debelleyme 75003 ParisOpening with the artist present on Monday 21 October 6-8PM
[more Yan Pei-Ming 严培明] INVITATION
Yan Pei-Ming 严培明 (b.1960, China/France) - Help! in exhibition
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac is pleased to announce its first exhibition by Chinese-born French artist Yan Pei-Ming. It is several years now since his work was last presented in a French gallery. The exhibition titled Help! will be constructed around several axes characteristic of the artist’s practice. The portrait, the history painting and the vanity will be presented on the three floors of the gallery in the Marais. In a dialectical and pictorial relation, the secular theme of war and peace enter into confrontation in the main gallery space whereas the icon embodied in the portrait genre and the works on paper will be presented on the other two floors of the gallery.
Yan Pei-Ming @ Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac21 October to 23 November 20137 Rue Debelleyme 75003 ParisOpening with the artist present on Monday 21 October 6-8PM
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Thomas Jorion - Silencio in exhibition
10 October - 21 December, 2013Galerie INSULA29 rue Mazarine 75006 ParisOpening cocktail on October 10 from 6 to 9PM
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Thomas Jorion - Silencio in exhibition
10 October - 21 December, 2013Galerie INSULA29 rue Mazarine 75006 ParisOpening cocktail on October 10 from 6 to 9PM
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Thomas Jorion - Silencio in exhibition
10 October - 21 December, 2013Galerie INSULA29 rue Mazarine 75006 ParisOpening cocktail on October 10 from 6 to 9PM
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Thomas Jorion - Silencio in exhibition
10 October - 21 December, 2013Galerie INSULA29 rue Mazarine 75006 ParisOpening cocktail on October 10 from 6 to 9PM
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Thomas Jorion - Silencio in exhibition
10 October - 21 December, 2013Galerie INSULA29 rue Mazarine 75006 ParisOpening cocktail on October 10 from 6 to 9PM
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Thomas Jorion - Silencio in exhibition
10 October - 21 December, 2013Galerie INSULA29 rue Mazarine 75006 ParisOpening cocktail on October 10 from 6 to 9PM
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Thomas Jorion - Silencio in exhibition
10 October - 21 December, 2013Galerie INSULA29 rue Mazarine 75006 ParisOpening cocktail on October 10 from 6 to 9PM
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Thomas Jorion - Silencio in exhibition
10 October - 21 December, 2013Galerie INSULA29 rue Mazarine 75006 ParisOpening cocktail on October 10 from 6 to 9PM
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Thomas Jorion - Silencio in exhibition
10 October - 21 December, 2013Galerie INSULA29 rue Mazarine 75006 ParisOpening cocktail on October 10 from 6 to 9PM
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Thomas Jorion - Silencio in exhibition
10 October - 21 December, 2013Galerie INSULA29 rue Mazarine 75006 ParisOpening cocktail on October 10 from 6 to 9PM
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Thomas Jorion - Silencio in exhibition
10 October - 21 December, 2013Galerie INSULA29 rue Mazarine 75006 ParisOpening cocktail on October 10 from 6 to 9PM
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Thomas Jorion - Silencio in exhibition
10 October - 21 December, 2013Galerie INSULA29 rue Mazarine 75006 ParisOpening cocktail on October 10 from 6 to 9PM
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Goxwa (b.1961, Malta/France)
Goxwa began painting at a very young age and enrolled at the Saint Martin School of Art. Years later, she moved to Boston where she attended Emerson College for film studies. In 1993 she was awarded fellowship at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris. Her encaustic works on canvas defy categorization. Although she draws inspiration from ancient frescos, her paintings have a very contemporary feel. Goxwa explores all genres, yet all of her paintings have the same element of mystery and intrigue. In 1993 she had her first of many solo exhibitions. Since then she has shown in various cities including Paris, New York, Strasbourg and San Francisco. Goxwa currently resides in Paris and will be having a solo show at Galerie Felli.
Goxwa @ Galerie Felli10 October to 3 November 2013127 rue Vieille du Temple 75003 ParisOpening cocktail on October 10 from 7PM
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Goxwa (b.1961, Malta/France)
Goxwa began painting at a very young age and enrolled at the Saint Martin School of Art. Years later, she moved to Boston where she attended Emerson College for film studies. In 1993 she was awarded fellowship at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris. Her encaustic works on canvas defy categorization. Although she draws inspiration from ancient frescos, her paintings have a very contemporary feel. Goxwa explores all genres, yet all of her paintings have the same element of mystery and intrigue. In 1993 she had her first of many solo exhibitions. Since then she has shown in various cities including Paris, New York, Strasbourg and San Francisco. Goxwa currently resides in Paris and will be having a solo show at Galerie Felli.
Goxwa @ Galerie Felli10 October to 3 November 2013127 rue Vieille du Temple 75003 ParisOpening cocktail on October 10 from 7PM
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Goxwa (b.1961, Malta/France)
Goxwa began painting at a very young age and enrolled at the Saint Martin School of Art. Years later, she moved to Boston where she attended Emerson College for film studies. In 1993 she was awarded fellowship at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris. Her encaustic works on canvas defy categorization. Although she draws inspiration from ancient frescos, her paintings have a very contemporary feel. Goxwa explores all genres, yet all of her paintings have the same element of mystery and intrigue. In 1993 she had her first of many solo exhibitions. Since then she has shown in various cities including Paris, New York, Strasbourg and San Francisco. Goxwa currently resides in Paris and will be having a solo show at Galerie Felli.
Goxwa @ Galerie Felli10 October to 3 November 2013127 rue Vieille du Temple 75003 ParisOpening cocktail on October 10 from 7PM
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Goxwa (b.1961, Malta/France)
Goxwa began painting at a very young age and enrolled at the Saint Martin School of Art. Years later, she moved to Boston where she attended Emerson College for film studies. In 1993 she was awarded fellowship at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris. Her encaustic works on canvas defy categorization. Although she draws inspiration from ancient frescos, her paintings have a very contemporary feel. Goxwa explores all genres, yet all of her paintings have the same element of mystery and intrigue. In 1993 she had her first of many solo exhibitions. Since then she has shown in various cities including Paris, New York, Strasbourg and San Francisco. Goxwa currently resides in Paris and will be having a solo show at Galerie Felli.
Goxwa @ Galerie Felli10 October to 3 November 2013127 rue Vieille du Temple 75003 ParisOpening cocktail on October 10 from 7PM
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Goxwa (b.1961, Malta/France)
Goxwa began painting at a very young age and enrolled at the Saint Martin School of Art. Years later, she moved to Boston where she attended Emerson College for film studies. In 1993 she was awarded fellowship at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris. Her encaustic works on canvas defy categorization. Although she draws inspiration from ancient frescos, her paintings have a very contemporary feel. Goxwa explores all genres, yet all of her paintings have the same element of mystery and intrigue. In 1993 she had her first of many solo exhibitions. Since then she has shown in various cities including Paris, New York, Strasbourg and San Francisco. Goxwa currently resides in Paris and will be having a solo show at Galerie Felli.
Goxwa @ Galerie Felli10 October to 3 November 2013127 rue Vieille du Temple 75003 ParisOpening cocktail on October 10 from 7PM
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Goxwa (b.1961, Malta/France)
Goxwa began painting at a very young age and enrolled at the Saint Martin School of Art. Years later, she moved to Boston where she attended Emerson College for film studies. In 1993 she was awarded fellowship at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris. Her encaustic works on canvas defy categorization. Although she draws inspiration from ancient frescos, her paintings have a very contemporary feel. Goxwa explores all genres, yet all of her paintings have the same element of mystery and intrigue. In 1993 she had her first of many solo exhibitions. Since then she has shown in various cities including Paris, New York, Strasbourg and San Francisco. Goxwa currently resides in Paris and will be having a solo show at Galerie Felli.
Goxwa @ Galerie Felli10 October to 3 November 2013127 rue Vieille du Temple 75003 ParisOpening cocktail on October 10 from 7PM
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INVITATION
Goxwa (b.1961, Malta/France)
Goxwa began painting at a very young age and enrolled at the Saint Martin School of Art. Years later, she moved to Boston where she attended Emerson College for film studies. In 1993 she was awarded fellowship at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris. Her encaustic works on canvas defy categorization. Although she draws inspiration from ancient frescos, her paintings have a very contemporary feel. Goxwa explores all genres, yet all of her paintings have the same element of mystery and intrigue. In 1993 she had her first of many solo exhibitions. Since then she has shown in various cities including Paris, New York, Strasbourg and San Francisco. Goxwa currently resides in Paris and will be having a solo show at Galerie Felli.
Goxwa @ Galerie Felli10 October to 3 November 2013127 rue Vieille du Temple 75003 ParisOpening cocktail on October 10 from 7PM
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Goxwa (b.1961, Malta/France)
Goxwa began painting at a very young age and enrolled at the Saint Martin School of Art. Years later, she moved to Boston where she attended Emerson College for film studies. In 1993 she was awarded fellowship at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris. Her encaustic works on canvas defy categorization. Although she draws inspiration from ancient frescos, her paintings have a very contemporary feel. Goxwa explores all genres, yet all of her paintings have the same element of mystery and intrigue. In 1993 she had her first of many solo exhibitions. Since then she has shown in various cities including Paris, New York, Strasbourg and San Francisco. Goxwa currently resides in Paris and will be having a solo show at Galerie Felli.
Goxwa @ Galerie Felli10 October to 3 November 2013127 rue Vieille du Temple 75003 ParisOpening cocktail on October 10 from 7PM
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Goxwa (b.1961, Malta/France)
Goxwa began painting at a very young age and enrolled at the Saint Martin School of Art. Years later, she moved to Boston where she attended Emerson College for film studies. In 1993 she was awarded fellowship at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris. Her encaustic works on canvas defy categorization. Although she draws inspiration from ancient frescos, her paintings have a very contemporary feel. Goxwa explores all genres, yet all of her paintings have the same element of mystery and intrigue. In 1993 she had her first of many solo exhibitions. Since then she has shown in various cities including Paris, New York, Strasbourg and San Francisco. Goxwa currently resides in Paris and will be having a solo show at Galerie Felli.
Goxwa @ Galerie Felli10 October to 3 November 2013127 rue Vieille du Temple 75003 ParisOpening cocktail on October 10 from 7PM
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  • Werner Pawlok (b.1953, Germany) - Cuba expired
Werner Pawlok’s Cuba-expired series display’s the photographer’s unique artistic background. Born in Stuttgart in 1953, Pawlok opened his first atelier in 1977 as a self-taught artist, having also spent time working in New York. He became famous through his black and white polaroid portraits of writers for his Photography Paintings, images that deliberately trod the middle ground between painting and photography. His polaroid transfers, as he called them, were created by copying large format polaroids onto backing paper or canvas, the classic bases for painting. Through these images, his celebrity and fashion photography and, above all, his 50x60 polaroids, Pawlok developed his own unique style over a number of decades. His works enjoy worldwide recognition, featuring in countless international exhibitions alongside artists such as Warhol, Richter, Mapplethorpe and Polke. (source: Lumas)
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  • Werner Pawlok (b.1953, Germany) - Cuba expired
Werner Pawlok’s Cuba-expired series display’s the photographer’s unique artistic background. Born in Stuttgart in 1953, Pawlok opened his first atelier in 1977 as a self-taught artist, having also spent time working in New York. He became famous through his black and white polaroid portraits of writers for his Photography Paintings, images that deliberately trod the middle ground between painting and photography. His polaroid transfers, as he called them, were created by copying large format polaroids onto backing paper or canvas, the classic bases for painting. Through these images, his celebrity and fashion photography and, above all, his 50x60 polaroids, Pawlok developed his own unique style over a number of decades. His works enjoy worldwide recognition, featuring in countless international exhibitions alongside artists such as Warhol, Richter, Mapplethorpe and Polke. (source: Lumas)
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  • Werner Pawlok (b.1953, Germany) - Cuba expired
Werner Pawlok’s Cuba-expired series display’s the photographer’s unique artistic background. Born in Stuttgart in 1953, Pawlok opened his first atelier in 1977 as a self-taught artist, having also spent time working in New York. He became famous through his black and white polaroid portraits of writers for his Photography Paintings, images that deliberately trod the middle ground between painting and photography. His polaroid transfers, as he called them, were created by copying large format polaroids onto backing paper or canvas, the classic bases for painting. Through these images, his celebrity and fashion photography and, above all, his 50x60 polaroids, Pawlok developed his own unique style over a number of decades. His works enjoy worldwide recognition, featuring in countless international exhibitions alongside artists such as Warhol, Richter, Mapplethorpe and Polke. (source: Lumas)
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  • Werner Pawlok (b.1953, Germany) - Cuba expired
Werner Pawlok’s Cuba-expired series display’s the photographer’s unique artistic background. Born in Stuttgart in 1953, Pawlok opened his first atelier in 1977 as a self-taught artist, having also spent time working in New York. He became famous through his black and white polaroid portraits of writers for his Photography Paintings, images that deliberately trod the middle ground between painting and photography. His polaroid transfers, as he called them, were created by copying large format polaroids onto backing paper or canvas, the classic bases for painting. Through these images, his celebrity and fashion photography and, above all, his 50x60 polaroids, Pawlok developed his own unique style over a number of decades. His works enjoy worldwide recognition, featuring in countless international exhibitions alongside artists such as Warhol, Richter, Mapplethorpe and Polke. (source: Lumas)
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  • Werner Pawlok (b.1953, Germany) - Cuba expired
Werner Pawlok’s Cuba-expired series display’s the photographer’s unique artistic background. Born in Stuttgart in 1953, Pawlok opened his first atelier in 1977 as a self-taught artist, having also spent time working in New York. He became famous through his black and white polaroid portraits of writers for his Photography Paintings, images that deliberately trod the middle ground between painting and photography. His polaroid transfers, as he called them, were created by copying large format polaroids onto backing paper or canvas, the classic bases for painting. Through these images, his celebrity and fashion photography and, above all, his 50x60 polaroids, Pawlok developed his own unique style over a number of decades. His works enjoy worldwide recognition, featuring in countless international exhibitions alongside artists such as Warhol, Richter, Mapplethorpe and Polke. (source: Lumas)
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  • Werner Pawlok (b.1953, Germany) - Cuba expired
Werner Pawlok’s Cuba-expired series display’s the photographer’s unique artistic background. Born in Stuttgart in 1953, Pawlok opened his first atelier in 1977 as a self-taught artist, having also spent time working in New York. He became famous through his black and white polaroid portraits of writers for his Photography Paintings, images that deliberately trod the middle ground between painting and photography. His polaroid transfers, as he called them, were created by copying large format polaroids onto backing paper or canvas, the classic bases for painting. Through these images, his celebrity and fashion photography and, above all, his 50x60 polaroids, Pawlok developed his own unique style over a number of decades. His works enjoy worldwide recognition, featuring in countless international exhibitions alongside artists such as Warhol, Richter, Mapplethorpe and Polke. (source: Lumas)
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  • Werner Pawlok (b.1953, Germany) - Cuba expired
Werner Pawlok’s Cuba-expired series display’s the photographer’s unique artistic background. Born in Stuttgart in 1953, Pawlok opened his first atelier in 1977 as a self-taught artist, having also spent time working in New York. He became famous through his black and white polaroid portraits of writers for his Photography Paintings, images that deliberately trod the middle ground between painting and photography. His polaroid transfers, as he called them, were created by copying large format polaroids onto backing paper or canvas, the classic bases for painting. Through these images, his celebrity and fashion photography and, above all, his 50x60 polaroids, Pawlok developed his own unique style over a number of decades. His works enjoy worldwide recognition, featuring in countless international exhibitions alongside artists such as Warhol, Richter, Mapplethorpe and Polke. (source: Lumas)
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  • Werner Pawlok (b.1953, Germany) - Cuba expired
Werner Pawlok’s Cuba-expired series display’s the photographer’s unique artistic background. Born in Stuttgart in 1953, Pawlok opened his first atelier in 1977 as a self-taught artist, having also spent time working in New York. He became famous through his black and white polaroid portraits of writers for his Photography Paintings, images that deliberately trod the middle ground between painting and photography. His polaroid transfers, as he called them, were created by copying large format polaroids onto backing paper or canvas, the classic bases for painting. Through these images, his celebrity and fashion photography and, above all, his 50x60 polaroids, Pawlok developed his own unique style over a number of decades. His works enjoy worldwide recognition, featuring in countless international exhibitions alongside artists such as Warhol, Richter, Mapplethorpe and Polke. (source: Lumas)
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Werner Pawlok (b.1953, Germany) - Cuba expired
Werner Pawlok’s Cuba-expired series display’s the photographer’s unique artistic background. Born in Stuttgart in 1953, Pawlok opened his first atelier in 1977 as a self-taught artist, having also spent time working in New York. He became famous through his black and white polaroid portraits of writers for his Photography Paintings, images that deliberately trod the middle ground between painting and photography. His polaroid transfers, as he called them, were created by copying large format polaroids onto backing paper or canvas, the classic bases for painting. Through these images, his celebrity and fashion photography and, above all, his 50x60 polaroids, Pawlok developed his own unique style over a number of decades. His works enjoy worldwide recognition, featuring in countless international exhibitions alongside artists such as Warhol, Richter, Mapplethorpe and Polke. (source: Lumas)
[more Werner Pawlok] Werner Pawlok (b.1953, Germany) - Cuba expired
Werner Pawlok’s Cuba-expired series display’s the photographer’s unique artistic background. Born in Stuttgart in 1953, Pawlok opened his first atelier in 1977 as a self-taught artist, having also spent time working in New York. He became famous through his black and white polaroid portraits of writers for his Photography Paintings, images that deliberately trod the middle ground between painting and photography. His polaroid transfers, as he called them, were created by copying large format polaroids onto backing paper or canvas, the classic bases for painting. Through these images, his celebrity and fashion photography and, above all, his 50x60 polaroids, Pawlok developed his own unique style over a number of decades. His works enjoy worldwide recognition, featuring in countless international exhibitions alongside artists such as Warhol, Richter, Mapplethorpe and Polke. (source: Lumas)
[more Werner Pawlok] Werner Pawlok (b.1953, Germany) - Cuba expired
Werner Pawlok’s Cuba-expired series display’s the photographer’s unique artistic background. Born in Stuttgart in 1953, Pawlok opened his first atelier in 1977 as a self-taught artist, having also spent time working in New York. He became famous through his black and white polaroid portraits of writers for his Photography Paintings, images that deliberately trod the middle ground between painting and photography. His polaroid transfers, as he called them, were created by copying large format polaroids onto backing paper or canvas, the classic bases for painting. Through these images, his celebrity and fashion photography and, above all, his 50x60 polaroids, Pawlok developed his own unique style over a number of decades. His works enjoy worldwide recognition, featuring in countless international exhibitions alongside artists such as Warhol, Richter, Mapplethorpe and Polke. (source: Lumas)
[more Werner Pawlok] Werner Pawlok (b.1953, Germany) - Cuba expired
Werner Pawlok’s Cuba-expired series display’s the photographer’s unique artistic background. Born in Stuttgart in 1953, Pawlok opened his first atelier in 1977 as a self-taught artist, having also spent time working in New York. He became famous through his black and white polaroid portraits of writers for his Photography Paintings, images that deliberately trod the middle ground between painting and photography. His polaroid transfers, as he called them, were created by copying large format polaroids onto backing paper or canvas, the classic bases for painting. Through these images, his celebrity and fashion photography and, above all, his 50x60 polaroids, Pawlok developed his own unique style over a number of decades. His works enjoy worldwide recognition, featuring in countless international exhibitions alongside artists such as Warhol, Richter, Mapplethorpe and Polke. (source: Lumas)
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  • Di Jinjun (b.1978, China) - Sophisists Exhibition @ OFOTO
Di Jinjun’s series “Sophists” focuses on the witty people creative in literature, philosophy and art. Among them are people that I have long been respecting, attended lectures, read articles and worked with. Di Jinjun fixed their portraits on 25.4 x 30.5 cm aluminum plate emulsion by wet-plate photography. Hiding their eloquence in language and glory in the works, they become the game for another hunting photographer. Their own face signs are waiting wordlessly for other people to watch and analyze in a microscopic attitude. At this moment, they are not “sophistic” but really silent sophists. (essay: Chen Haiyan; translation: Fan Chen) Our sincere thanks to OFOTO Gallery for the warm reception.
SOPHISTS – Di Jinjun Photography Exhibition @ OFOTO Gallery 2F, Building 13, 50 Moganshan Rd., Shanghai, China13.04-24.05.2013
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  • Di Jinjun (b.1978, China) - Sophisists Exhibition @ OFOTO
Di Jinjun’s series “Sophists” focuses on the witty people creative in literature, philosophy and art. Among them are people that I have long been respecting, attended lectures, read articles and worked with. Di Jinjun fixed their portraits on 25.4 x 30.5 cm aluminum plate emulsion by wet-plate photography. Hiding their eloquence in language and glory in the works, they become the game for another hunting photographer. Their own face signs are waiting wordlessly for other people to watch and analyze in a microscopic attitude. At this moment, they are not “sophistic” but really silent sophists. (essay: Chen Haiyan; translation: Fan Chen) Our sincere thanks to OFOTO Gallery for the warm reception.
SOPHISTS – Di Jinjun Photography Exhibition @ OFOTO Gallery 2F, Building 13, 50 Moganshan Rd., Shanghai, China13.04-24.05.2013
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  • Di Jinjun (b.1978, China) - Sophisists Exhibition @ OFOTO
Di Jinjun’s series “Sophists” focuses on the witty people creative in literature, philosophy and art. Among them are people that I have long been respecting, attended lectures, read articles and worked with. Di Jinjun fixed their portraits on 25.4 x 30.5 cm aluminum plate emulsion by wet-plate photography. Hiding their eloquence in language and glory in the works, they become the game for another hunting photographer. Their own face signs are waiting wordlessly for other people to watch and analyze in a microscopic attitude. At this moment, they are not “sophistic” but really silent sophists. (essay: Chen Haiyan; translation: Fan Chen) Our sincere thanks to OFOTO Gallery for the warm reception.
SOPHISTS – Di Jinjun Photography Exhibition @ OFOTO Gallery 2F, Building 13, 50 Moganshan Rd., Shanghai, China13.04-24.05.2013
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  • Di Jinjun (b.1978, China) - Sophisists Exhibition @ OFOTO
Di Jinjun’s series “Sophists” focuses on the witty people creative in literature, philosophy and art. Among them are people that I have long been respecting, attended lectures, read articles and worked with. Di Jinjun fixed their portraits on 25.4 x 30.5 cm aluminum plate emulsion by wet-plate photography. Hiding their eloquence in language and glory in the works, they become the game for another hunting photographer. Their own face signs are waiting wordlessly for other people to watch and analyze in a microscopic attitude. At this moment, they are not “sophistic” but really silent sophists. (essay: Chen Haiyan; translation: Fan Chen) Our sincere thanks to OFOTO Gallery for the warm reception.
SOPHISTS – Di Jinjun Photography Exhibition @ OFOTO Gallery 2F, Building 13, 50 Moganshan Rd., Shanghai, China13.04-24.05.2013
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  • Di Jinjun (b.1978, China) - Sophisists Exhibition @ OFOTO
Di Jinjun’s series “Sophists” focuses on the witty people creative in literature, philosophy and art. Among them are people that I have long been respecting, attended lectures, read articles and worked with. Di Jinjun fixed their portraits on 25.4 x 30.5 cm aluminum plate emulsion by wet-plate photography. Hiding their eloquence in language and glory in the works, they become the game for another hunting photographer. Their own face signs are waiting wordlessly for other people to watch and analyze in a microscopic attitude. At this moment, they are not “sophistic” but really silent sophists. (essay: Chen Haiyan; translation: Fan Chen) Our sincere thanks to OFOTO Gallery for the warm reception.
SOPHISTS – Di Jinjun Photography Exhibition @ OFOTO Gallery 2F, Building 13, 50 Moganshan Rd., Shanghai, China13.04-24.05.2013
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  • Di Jinjun (b.1978, China) - Sophisists Exhibition @ OFOTO
Di Jinjun’s series “Sophists” focuses on the witty people creative in literature, philosophy and art. Among them are people that I have long been respecting, attended lectures, read articles and worked with. Di Jinjun fixed their portraits on 25.4 x 30.5 cm aluminum plate emulsion by wet-plate photography. Hiding their eloquence in language and glory in the works, they become the game for another hunting photographer. Their own face signs are waiting wordlessly for other people to watch and analyze in a microscopic attitude. At this moment, they are not “sophistic” but really silent sophists. (essay: Chen Haiyan; translation: Fan Chen) Our sincere thanks to OFOTO Gallery for the warm reception.
SOPHISTS – Di Jinjun Photography Exhibition @ OFOTO Gallery 2F, Building 13, 50 Moganshan Rd., Shanghai, China13.04-24.05.2013
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  • Di Jinjun (b.1978, China) - Sophisists Exhibition @ OFOTO
Di Jinjun’s series “Sophists” focuses on the witty people creative in literature, philosophy and art. Among them are people that I have long been respecting, attended lectures, read articles and worked with. Di Jinjun fixed their portraits on 25.4 x 30.5 cm aluminum plate emulsion by wet-plate photography. Hiding their eloquence in language and glory in the works, they become the game for another hunting photographer. Their own face signs are waiting wordlessly for other people to watch and analyze in a microscopic attitude. At this moment, they are not “sophistic” but really silent sophists. (essay: Chen Haiyan; translation: Fan Chen) Our sincere thanks to OFOTO Gallery for the warm reception.
SOPHISTS – Di Jinjun Photography Exhibition @ OFOTO Gallery 2F, Building 13, 50 Moganshan Rd., Shanghai, China13.04-24.05.2013
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  • Di Jinjun (b.1978, China) - Sophisists Exhibition @ OFOTO
Di Jinjun’s series “Sophists” focuses on the witty people creative in literature, philosophy and art. Among them are people that I have long been respecting, attended lectures, read articles and worked with. Di Jinjun fixed their portraits on 25.4 x 30.5 cm aluminum plate emulsion by wet-plate photography. Hiding their eloquence in language and glory in the works, they become the game for another hunting photographer. Their own face signs are waiting wordlessly for other people to watch and analyze in a microscopic attitude. At this moment, they are not “sophistic” but really silent sophists. (essay: Chen Haiyan; translation: Fan Chen) Our sincere thanks to OFOTO Gallery for the warm reception.
SOPHISTS – Di Jinjun Photography Exhibition @ OFOTO Gallery 2F, Building 13, 50 Moganshan Rd., Shanghai, China13.04-24.05.2013
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Di Jinjun (b.1978, China) - Sophisists Exhibition @ OFOTO
Di Jinjun’s series “Sophists” focuses on the witty people creative in literature, philosophy and art. Among them are people that I have long been respecting, attended lectures, read articles and worked with. Di Jinjun fixed their portraits on 25.4 x 30.5 cm aluminum plate emulsion by wet-plate photography. Hiding their eloquence in language and glory in the works, they become the game for another hunting photographer. Their own face signs are waiting wordlessly for other people to watch and analyze in a microscopic attitude. At this moment, they are not “sophistic” but really silent sophists. (essay: Chen Haiyan; translation: Fan Chen) Our sincere thanks to OFOTO Gallery for the warm reception.
SOPHISTS – Di Jinjun Photography Exhibition @ OFOTO Gallery 2F, Building 13, 50 Moganshan Rd., Shanghai, China13.04-24.05.2013
[more Di Jinjun] Di Jinjun (b.1978, China) - Sophisists Exhibition @ OFOTO
Di Jinjun’s series “Sophists” focuses on the witty people creative in literature, philosophy and art. Among them are people that I have long been respecting, attended lectures, read articles and worked with. Di Jinjun fixed their portraits on 25.4 x 30.5 cm aluminum plate emulsion by wet-plate photography. Hiding their eloquence in language and glory in the works, they become the game for another hunting photographer. Their own face signs are waiting wordlessly for other people to watch and analyze in a microscopic attitude. At this moment, they are not “sophistic” but really silent sophists. (essay: Chen Haiyan; translation: Fan Chen) Our sincere thanks to OFOTO Gallery for the warm reception.
SOPHISTS – Di Jinjun Photography Exhibition @ OFOTO Gallery 2F, Building 13, 50 Moganshan Rd., Shanghai, China13.04-24.05.2013
[more Di Jinjun] Di Jinjun (b.1978, China) - Sophisists Exhibition @ OFOTO
Di Jinjun’s series “Sophists” focuses on the witty people creative in literature, philosophy and art. Among them are people that I have long been respecting, attended lectures, read articles and worked with. Di Jinjun fixed their portraits on 25.4 x 30.5 cm aluminum plate emulsion by wet-plate photography. Hiding their eloquence in language and glory in the works, they become the game for another hunting photographer. Their own face signs are waiting wordlessly for other people to watch and analyze in a microscopic attitude. At this moment, they are not “sophistic” but really silent sophists. (essay: Chen Haiyan; translation: Fan Chen) Our sincere thanks to OFOTO Gallery for the warm reception.
SOPHISTS – Di Jinjun Photography Exhibition @ OFOTO Gallery 2F, Building 13, 50 Moganshan Rd., Shanghai, China13.04-24.05.2013
[more Di Jinjun] Di Jinjun (b.1978, China) - Sophisists Exhibition @ OFOTO
Di Jinjun’s series “Sophists” focuses on the witty people creative in literature, philosophy and art. Among them are people that I have long been respecting, attended lectures, read articles and worked with. Di Jinjun fixed their portraits on 25.4 x 30.5 cm aluminum plate emulsion by wet-plate photography. Hiding their eloquence in language and glory in the works, they become the game for another hunting photographer. Their own face signs are waiting wordlessly for other people to watch and analyze in a microscopic attitude. At this moment, they are not “sophistic” but really silent sophists. (essay: Chen Haiyan; translation: Fan Chen) Our sincere thanks to OFOTO Gallery for the warm reception.
SOPHISTS – Di Jinjun Photography Exhibition @ OFOTO Gallery 2F, Building 13, 50 Moganshan Rd., Shanghai, China13.04-24.05.2013
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  • Hell’O Monsters (Belgium) 
Hell’O Monsters collective emerged in the late 1990s as a result of the meeting between Jerôme Meynen, François Dieltiens and Antoine Detaille. They quickly left behind wall art, graffiti letters and spray paint in favour of paper, characters, ink drawings and paint, moving on to sculpture, installations and wall drawing. They developed a unique graphic vocabulary that is complex and ambiguous, which they continue to expand in the course of their creative output, customising many recurrent elements, which they combine each time with new characters, or incorporate into unusual settings.
Hell’O Monsters Modern Ghost 2 in exhibition @ La galerie du jour agnès b.28.03-25.05.2013
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  • Hell’O Monsters (Belgium) 
Hell’O Monsters collective emerged in the late 1990s as a result of the meeting between Jerôme Meynen, François Dieltiens and Antoine Detaille. They quickly left behind wall art, graffiti letters and spray paint in favour of paper, characters, ink drawings and paint, moving on to sculpture, installations and wall drawing. They developed a unique graphic vocabulary that is complex and ambiguous, which they continue to expand in the course of their creative output, customising many recurrent elements, which they combine each time with new characters, or incorporate into unusual settings.
Hell’O Monsters Modern Ghost 2 in exhibition @ La galerie du jour agnès b.28.03-25.05.2013
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  • Hell’O Monsters (Belgium) 
Hell’O Monsters collective emerged in the late 1990s as a result of the meeting between Jerôme Meynen, François Dieltiens and Antoine Detaille. They quickly left behind wall art, graffiti letters and spray paint in favour of paper, characters, ink drawings and paint, moving on to sculpture, installations and wall drawing. They developed a unique graphic vocabulary that is complex and ambiguous, which they continue to expand in the course of their creative output, customising many recurrent elements, which they combine each time with new characters, or incorporate into unusual settings.
Hell’O Monsters Modern Ghost 2 in exhibition @ La galerie du jour agnès b.28.03-25.05.2013
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  • Hell’O Monsters (Belgium) 
Hell’O Monsters collective emerged in the late 1990s as a result of the meeting between Jerôme Meynen, François Dieltiens and Antoine Detaille. They quickly left behind wall art, graffiti letters and spray paint in favour of paper, characters, ink drawings and paint, moving on to sculpture, installations and wall drawing. They developed a unique graphic vocabulary that is complex and ambiguous, which they continue to expand in the course of their creative output, customising many recurrent elements, which they combine each time with new characters, or incorporate into unusual settings.
Hell’O Monsters Modern Ghost 2 in exhibition @ La galerie du jour agnès b.28.03-25.05.2013
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  • Hell’O Monsters (Belgium) 
Hell’O Monsters collective emerged in the late 1990s as a result of the meeting between Jerôme Meynen, François Dieltiens and Antoine Detaille. They quickly left behind wall art, graffiti letters and spray paint in favour of paper, characters, ink drawings and paint, moving on to sculpture, installations and wall drawing. They developed a unique graphic vocabulary that is complex and ambiguous, which they continue to expand in the course of their creative output, customising many recurrent elements, which they combine each time with new characters, or incorporate into unusual settings.
Hell’O Monsters Modern Ghost 2 in exhibition @ La galerie du jour agnès b.28.03-25.05.2013
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  • Hell’O Monsters (Belgium) 
Hell’O Monsters collective emerged in the late 1990s as a result of the meeting between Jerôme Meynen, François Dieltiens and Antoine Detaille. They quickly left behind wall art, graffiti letters and spray paint in favour of paper, characters, ink drawings and paint, moving on to sculpture, installations and wall drawing. They developed a unique graphic vocabulary that is complex and ambiguous, which they continue to expand in the course of their creative output, customising many recurrent elements, which they combine each time with new characters, or incorporate into unusual settings.
Hell’O Monsters Modern Ghost 2 in exhibition @ La galerie du jour agnès b.28.03-25.05.2013
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Hell’O Monsters (Belgium) 
Hell’O Monsters collective emerged in the late 1990s as a result of the meeting between Jerôme Meynen, François Dieltiens and Antoine Detaille. They quickly left behind wall art, graffiti letters and spray paint in favour of paper, characters, ink drawings and paint, moving on to sculpture, installations and wall drawing. They developed a unique graphic vocabulary that is complex and ambiguous, which they continue to expand in the course of their creative output, customising many recurrent elements, which they combine each time with new characters, or incorporate into unusual settings.
Hell’O Monsters Modern Ghost 2 in exhibition @ La galerie du jour agnès b.28.03-25.05.2013
[more Hell’O Monsters] Hell’O Monsters (Belgium) 
Hell’O Monsters collective emerged in the late 1990s as a result of the meeting between Jerôme Meynen, François Dieltiens and Antoine Detaille. They quickly left behind wall art, graffiti letters and spray paint in favour of paper, characters, ink drawings and paint, moving on to sculpture, installations and wall drawing. They developed a unique graphic vocabulary that is complex and ambiguous, which they continue to expand in the course of their creative output, customising many recurrent elements, which they combine each time with new characters, or incorporate into unusual settings.
Hell’O Monsters Modern Ghost 2 in exhibition @ La galerie du jour agnès b.28.03-25.05.2013
[more Hell’O Monsters] Hell’O Monsters (Belgium) 
Hell’O Monsters collective emerged in the late 1990s as a result of the meeting between Jerôme Meynen, François Dieltiens and Antoine Detaille. They quickly left behind wall art, graffiti letters and spray paint in favour of paper, characters, ink drawings and paint, moving on to sculpture, installations and wall drawing. They developed a unique graphic vocabulary that is complex and ambiguous, which they continue to expand in the course of their creative output, customising many recurrent elements, which they combine each time with new characters, or incorporate into unusual settings.
Hell’O Monsters Modern Ghost 2 in exhibition @ La galerie du jour agnès b.28.03-25.05.2013
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  • François Bard (b.1959, France) 
For Bard, the simplest of all subjects, be it a shoe, a leg, a torso, a dog or a face, takes a dark and edgy turn. He manages to translate all his intimate emotion into a two dimensional oil painting; each work an endless exercise of composition, rhythm and struggle. The use of multiple layers of oil accentuates the feel and dynamic mood of all his paintings. François Bard gives a part of himself in every canvas. The horizon – the vast limiting of human experience – is fascinating to Bard. The horizon draws a line between here and not-here, day and night, good and evil, us and them. The scale and cinematic quality of his work only makes this more dramatic and stuns viewers over and over again.
Represented by Mazel Galerie @ Drawing Now 2013
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  • François Bard (b.1959, France) 
For Bard, the simplest of all subjects, be it a shoe, a leg, a torso, a dog or a face, takes a dark and edgy turn. He manages to translate all his intimate emotion into a two dimensional oil painting; each work an endless exercise of composition, rhythm and struggle. The use of multiple layers of oil accentuates the feel and dynamic mood of all his paintings. François Bard gives a part of himself in every canvas. The horizon – the vast limiting of human experience – is fascinating to Bard. The horizon draws a line between here and not-here, day and night, good and evil, us and them. The scale and cinematic quality of his work only makes this more dramatic and stuns viewers over and over again.
Represented by Mazel Galerie @ Drawing Now 2013
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  • François Bard (b.1959, France) 
For Bard, the simplest of all subjects, be it a shoe, a leg, a torso, a dog or a face, takes a dark and edgy turn. He manages to translate all his intimate emotion into a two dimensional oil painting; each work an endless exercise of composition, rhythm and struggle. The use of multiple layers of oil accentuates the feel and dynamic mood of all his paintings. François Bard gives a part of himself in every canvas. The horizon – the vast limiting of human experience – is fascinating to Bard. The horizon draws a line between here and not-here, day and night, good and evil, us and them. The scale and cinematic quality of his work only makes this more dramatic and stuns viewers over and over again.
Represented by Mazel Galerie @ Drawing Now 2013
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  • François Bard (b.1959, France) 
For Bard, the simplest of all subjects, be it a shoe, a leg, a torso, a dog or a face, takes a dark and edgy turn. He manages to translate all his intimate emotion into a two dimensional oil painting; each work an endless exercise of composition, rhythm and struggle. The use of multiple layers of oil accentuates the feel and dynamic mood of all his paintings. François Bard gives a part of himself in every canvas. The horizon – the vast limiting of human experience – is fascinating to Bard. The horizon draws a line between here and not-here, day and night, good and evil, us and them. The scale and cinematic quality of his work only makes this more dramatic and stuns viewers over and over again.
Represented by Mazel Galerie @ Drawing Now 2013
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François Bard (b.1959, France) 
For Bard, the simplest of all subjects, be it a shoe, a leg, a torso, a dog or a face, takes a dark and edgy turn. He manages to translate all his intimate emotion into a two dimensional oil painting; each work an endless exercise of composition, rhythm and struggle. The use of multiple layers of oil accentuates the feel and dynamic mood of all his paintings. François Bard gives a part of himself in every canvas. The horizon – the vast limiting of human experience – is fascinating to Bard. The horizon draws a line between here and not-here, day and night, good and evil, us and them. The scale and cinematic quality of his work only makes this more dramatic and stuns viewers over and over again.
Represented by Mazel Galerie @ Drawing Now 2013
[more François Bard] François Bard (b.1959, France) 
For Bard, the simplest of all subjects, be it a shoe, a leg, a torso, a dog or a face, takes a dark and edgy turn. He manages to translate all his intimate emotion into a two dimensional oil painting; each work an endless exercise of composition, rhythm and struggle. The use of multiple layers of oil accentuates the feel and dynamic mood of all his paintings. François Bard gives a part of himself in every canvas. The horizon – the vast limiting of human experience – is fascinating to Bard. The horizon draws a line between here and not-here, day and night, good and evil, us and them. The scale and cinematic quality of his work only makes this more dramatic and stuns viewers over and over again.
Represented by Mazel Galerie @ Drawing Now 2013
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