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Des artistes francais, basés a Paris, jettent un coup d'oeil sur Big Apple

Emmanuelle Fevre

“Emmanuelle Fèvre fait partie d’une nouvelle génération d’enfants (…) (pour laquelle) les images ne sont plus perçues comme des reflets, mais comme des constructions. Elles ne sont plus ce qu’on regarde, mais ce qu’on transforme. Et l’ordinateur équipé d’un logiciel de traitement d’images se plie parfaitement à ces préoccupations.»
Serge Tisseron

Cyril Anguelidis

"L’impression que l’on ressent face à ses oeuvres est saisissante, il y a la texture de la peinture. Et en se rapprochant, on cherche la toile, le châssis, les coups de pinceau."

Eric Turlot

Artists on view at http://dorothysgallery.com

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  • Alexandre takes the speed and impatience that we experience in everyday life and cultivates it into his work.
    He gives a constructed image of his painting, with a shift,a covering,
    a control which prevails in its wake some visual asperity, details or linear black elements,
    creating an abstraction with its texture of medium and its ambiguous forms that are the ones of an intense painter.

    The colors are not garish spectrum, its nuances are not scientific mixtures,
    richness is not the colorfulness or multiplicity.

    The fewer forms there are in his plane compositions,
    the more it will be beautiful, right and direct.
    Rigor, clarity and strength does not exclude the sensitivity.

    Alexandre doesn't use the variety of palette of naturalists, he does not use
    half-tones, the closer tones,
    are an extreme precariousness in time, only the maxima contrasts interests him.

    The gray behave to him as fragments of neutralizing space.

    His painting is more a relationship between the viewer and the work,
    sensory fusion between the work and the receiver.
    Far from any verbal definition, the experience of everyone is very intimate.
    The right way to look at his painting is a genuine marriage of senses.
    And in marriage as in painting, not to consume is a cause of nullity.

    The viewer knows better than anyone to translate the deep beats of their inner world.
    New York Opening Reception December 10th - 6pm / 8pm.
    @ Tria : The Suchman Bart Metheny Gallery

    Where > Chelsea : 531 West 25th Street - Ground Floor #5, NYC 10001
    On View
    Dec. 10th / Jan. 22th, 2010.
    Gallery Hours > Tues. to Sat. - 11 am / 6 pm
    Information contact > info@triagallerynyc.com - 212 695 0021.

    New York Exhibition
    @ Chelsea 32 Art Gallery

    Where > Chelsea : 531 West 25th Street - Ground Floor #5, NYC 10001
    On View
    Nov. 21th / Jan. 10th, 2010.
    Gallery Hours > Mon to Sat. - 11 am / 8 pm. Sunday by App. only.
    Information contact > rachel@chelsea32.com - 212 695 0021.
    Paris Opening Reception
    December 16th - 6pm / 9pm.
    @ Peirce Gallery - Metro George V

    Where > 4, rue Quentin Bauchart - 75008 PARIS
    On View
    Nov. 26th / Dec. 19th, 2010.
    Gallery Hours > Mon to Sat. - 2.30 pm / 7 pm
    Special Night View Thurs & Fri. 9 pm
    Information contact > contact@galeriepeirce.com.

    Please feel free to contact me if you need any information.
    Alexandre Guillaume
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    ''Painting is more than expression for Priscille Vincens. It is a ritual act revealing the magic and mystery of the moment of art creation. Since she was a child, Priscille Vincens has always spent her free time painting. After a serious accident, she was left crippled, but still alive and able to take charge of her deep desire to paint. (...)

    Her hand is guided by forces she has to obey. Like a messenger of hope in the violence of a painful time, she lives each of her painter’s gestures as a caress which could nevertheless have the magical power of the flint with which the prehistoric men hollowed the bones of their precarious memory, the power of giving birth to a still unknown part of the world, the power of taking part in the still and forever uncompleted creation.

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