Exhibition of Pierre Molinier
from September 5, 2019 to March 31, 2020
Pierre Molinier was a French Surrealist painter and photographer best known for his erotic sadomasochistic imagery. Born on April 13, 1900 in Agen, France, Molinier began to explore the eroticism and fetishistic influences that would characterize his later work. In 1955, he developed a correspondence with the Surrealist André Breton, who initially encouraged Molinier’s work. In 1965, the artist began to make autoerotic self-portraits and photomontages in his Bordeaux apartment, which he referred to as his boudoir. These photographs feature Molinier and occasionally other models dressed in women’s lingerie and engaged in erotic and sadomasochistic acts.
Solo exhibition of Adrien Pezennec
from March 21 to September 4, 2019
For Adrien Pezennec, a graduate of the Arles photography school, the world is almost too small. Auschwitz, then North East West South, N.E.W.S., did you say ‘news’? The news is not good. Adrien Pezennec’s photography, work in progress, gives us a strange vision of the world. He cast the net wide, in the most positive sense of the word, putting together a slide show of his obsessions. This young man leads us into his world, our world, and reveals it to us in a way that we, as simple bystanders, do not see!
Almost History is a look at History through anecdotes: A man paid by tourists diving off Stari Most, the old bridge which was rebuilt between the Catholic and Muslim districts in Mostar; a huge wooden cross knocked down over the recently discovered remains of a mass grave in Dobronin; a church in Pristina closed-down with barbed wire, and the words “Let us not forget” are written all over.
Solo exhibition of Stéphane Vigny
from January 10 to March 20, 2019
Stéphane Vigny is like a mischievous child who likes to play. His pieces are very delicate and more like a Mikado game than like a shooting gallery. His work shows an unprecedented wit and a straightforward yet original approach to sculpture. Our ultra-consumerist society produces a continuous flow of waste that Vigny uses and resuscitates in a poetic manner.