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Lying in the Sun, Group Show

20 Mai 2021 - 26 Juin 2021
May 20, 2021 - June 26, 2021

As a premise for all existence, the Sun still constitutes one of the most fundamental experiences of human life.

Claude Cattelain (1972 - Belgium)
Cattelain has shown his work in solo exhibitions at Musée des beaux-arts d'Arras and Calais, at Clovis XV, at MAAC. He took part to the exhibition Soulèvements curated by
Georges Didi-Huberman at Jeu de Paume, at MUNTREF and at Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya. His recent group exhibitions include Frac Languedoc-Roussillon, LAM, Villa
Arson, ... Public collections of his work include Cnap, Frac Languedoc-Roussillon, Musée des beaux-arts d'Arras, Musée des beaux-arts de Calais, ...

Simon Deppierraz (1984 - Switzerland)
From 2004 - 2008 Deppierraz earned his Bachelor of Visual Arts at the Ecal, and in 2010 he took part in the European Art Ensemble, Master Ecal. After he spent time at a residency in Berlin in2009, Deppierraz was a resident at the Swiss Cultural Conference residency in Genoa in 2014 –2015. He was awarded the Irène Reymond Foundation prize in 2013, and his work has been widely exhibited, including in Switzerland, Germany, Great Britain, Georgia and the Bishkek Museum ofFine Arts in Kyrgyzstan.

Mara Fortunatovic (1987 - France)
« The search for order and control is omnipresent in Mara Fortunatović body of work, and beyond that, what may seem like illusions are instead forms conceived from the artist’s love and embrace of materials. Planes of stainless steel, wood, or plexiglass, at times painted whiteseeming to disappear into the exhibition space. These surfaces should be
seen as site of encounters of complex forces, revealing a certain tension between absence and presence..» (Text by Katia Porro)

Takahiro Kudo (1984 - Japan)
His works range from paintings and sculptures to installations and film. Raised in a middle-class family in Japan, within a railed and twistedly westernized society, Kudo considers himself as a standardized Japanese figure, and consciously revisits this notion of the normalization as a part of primal restrictions he has been engaging in his
work.

Emmanuelle Leblanc (1977 - France)
Emmanuelle Leblanc's work has been exhibited in various galleries and institutions in France and abroad: Xenon Bordeaux gallery, kh15 Berlin gallery, Museo San Prisco,
Keitelman Brussels gallery, Kalakriti Gallery Hyderabad, Wilford X Temse and Vitrine 65 Paris.. Selected for the International Painting Prize of Vitry-sur-Seine, her works are also
part of several private collections in Europe. The artistis also co-founder of Pleonasm, a European platform for the dissemination and promotion of contemporary artists... She is
curator of various exhibitions within this structure.

Roman Moriceau (1976 – France)
Moriceau has shown his work in solo exhibitions: Traumneustartversuch at Naked Soul in Hamburg (Ger), In heaven everything is fine at the Derouillon gallery (Paris), Smog at
Kunsthaus Jetesberg (Ger), Corrélation at the Musée des Beaux-Arts d’Angers (Fr), Roman Moriceau at theMaison Martin Margiela of Tokyo (Jp). He has taken part of various group
exhibitions including: Forms follows information at the Biennale Internationale Design of Saint-Etienne (Fr), Salon Montrouge (Fr), Courtes joies at Jean-Baptiste Bouvet studio in
Berlin (Ger). The Museum of Angers published a catalogue of his works.

 

 

 

 

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Archiraar Gallery was founded in 2012 by Alexis Rastel. As an architect, he joins his spatial practice with artistic research. The Gallery represents artists from the upcoming generation and plans on long time collaborations. It shows paintings, drawings, sculptures, pictures, videos and installations. The Gallery’s White Cube was opened in Brussels in 2013. Ideology of a neutral space, this volume of 3x3x9 meters questions our contemporary habits of showing art. The Black Cube, opened in 2014, is its complementary space. Its enclosed space suggests an intimate perception of the work. Between 2013 and 2015, with parallel solo shows, artists represented by the gallery have shown in both spaces. Starting 2016, the Gallery will be intersecting the spaces’ programs and inviting curators and artists to participate in group shows. In addition, the Gallery publishes and promotes artists’ works. With each show, Archiraar houses resonating artistic projects.