To meet the intimate in the artist's approach, to fill us with wonder, to discover his work in an original way , to feel his secrets .CARRE SUR SEINE offers you a new opportunity to appreciate the work of two contemporary artists.
LISTEN, rprivileged encounters made of confidences of artists, who report on their work, in turn, telling you about their universe, their journey and their approach. Questions and debates close the presentation.
Don't miss this LISTEN to the season 2020/2021, in VisioConference on Zoom: Wednesday, January 20th from 6:30 pm .
To attend the conference, which is open to all, simply click from your computer on this link Zoom which will allow you to set it up, enter the virtual conference space, and find us.
For those who will need it, here is the ID and password:
Meeting ID: 831 8908 9048
Password : 528201
All artistic disciplines are addressed, from painting to video, sculpture, installations or photography. A great opportunity for artistic investigation, real moments of sharing and dialogue between artists, collectors and members of CARRÉ SUR SEINE !
Two artists in the spotlight this Wednesday, January 20, 2021:
Christophe Beauregard - photographer
Juliette Minchin - plastic surgeon
"Since the mid-2000s, as a counterpoint to my commissions for portraits for the press, I have been interested in those, seemingly without history, who breathe and perspire that state of mind that is peculiar to post-modern societies: the desire to be unique while conforming to standards. Thus these portraits of anonymous women and men are scenographed, even dramatized, never captured according to the obsolete rules of the decisive moment or the codes of urgency of photo-reporting.
The body and its artifices are at the heart of my work, until this very particular period, where, deprived of models, I was able to stage bouquets of flowers in my studio. To continue to produce, to seek at all costs."
"Juliette Minchin works with soft, rugged shapes in flesh tones and pinks. To obtain them, the artist's practice is distinguished by the use of wax and ceramics, materials that have the particularity of having several states, from liquid to solid through soft and can be recycled ad infinitum. Like the dewy moult of an animal organism, its milky skins contain the memory of a past form."