Picture : Maurice Frydman, Red Matrix, À VIF, Mixed media on plastic film, 142 x 202 cm, 2018 © Lee-Bauwens Gallery



For his third exhibition at Lee-Bauwens Gallery, the artist Maurice Frydman returns to us with recent works where the use of plastic film, as a unique creative process, represents for the artist a way of evoking metaphorically the fold of the skin, its wrinkles, its tears, its scars.

The artist systematizes the use of what he calls the Matrix - Epidermis. He puts tensions, twists, folds its plastic films, allowing the color to be randomly printed on the crumpled surface of the plastic.

"My paintings on plastic that I have been doing for more than twenty years, it is the human being seen from close by, on a detail, the epidermis again but in another form.The tensions and torsions in all directions echo the folds and wrinkles, hollows and asperities of the skin. " Maurice Frydman


The exhibition À VIF will take place from March 3 to 30, 2019


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AGGREGATIONS – Kwang Young Chun

Brooklyn Museum

16.11.2018 - 28.07.2019




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Founded in december 2012 by Minyoung Lee and Gil Bauwens, the gallery's goal is to reveal and promote artists who are mostly coming from the Korean art scene, but also to show European artists works in Korea, through exhibitions or art events. As a curator, Minyoung Lee works closely with art institutions and museums and organizes exhibitions such as TEAF 2014 (Taehwa River Eco Art Festival) in Ulsan, 3rd Identiy Hybrid 2010 in Jeju Museum of Contemporary Art, Boarding Bridge 2009 in Seoul Kring Kumho Museum, Dissipation and Return 2009 in Seoul Metro Museum, or Age of Fragrance 2008 in Dae-Jeon Asia Museum. And more recently, the first solo show at the Boghossian Foundation with the south korean's artist Chun Kwang Young. And the exhibition of Chun Kwang Young "Chaotic Harmony II" in the museum de Reede in Antwerp. Today, the gallery represents a group of about ten international artists with a large creative scope such as sculpting, painting, new media and installations. These include Korean artists Chun Kwang Young, Sungfeel Yun, Namgoong Whan, Kim Joon, Moon Pil Shim, Kim ku Lim, Yunkyung Jeong, Sunghong Min and European artists Maurice Frydman, Ode Bertrand, Vera Molnar, Aurélie Nemours, Paola Pezzi, Javier Leòn Perez.