21.October – 25.November 2023
From July 22, 2023 to Sept. 2, 2023
Kristian Jon Larsen
03.June- 15.July 2023
Kristian Jon Larsen works with all kinds of sculpture in a variety of materials and techniques, including steel and ceramics, always focusing on how to evoke emotions and personal and historical associations through raw and/or transformed materials.
February 25 – April 8, 2023
Behind this expression used in the Cajun culture of New Orleans lies a whole art of living. Used during the Mardi Gras festivities, and repeated in certain folk songs.
TJ Dedeaux-Norris takes us into a particular universe, sparse and sometimes tortured: an open book that makes us sail from her childhood to her conscious and rebellious adult life.
January 14 – February 18, 2023
Someone walks or stops, and we witness it. The new paintings
paintings of Dominique Funès show a being on a walk, perhaps a solitary, on the way, in
wandering, in exile.
March 27 to June 12, 2021
Inverting our view of the world with reference to the interaction of yin and yang ( 음양 ): this is the proposal of photographer Dae-Soo Kim that we present at PJ Gallery. The image constructed by working with the negative in the darkroom results from reduction-inversion of apparent physical data (inversions of light values) and produces this particular effect: the reverse image.
From January 23 to February 27, 2021
To the springtime confinement of the bodies, Irina Gabiani responds with a desire to question and conceptualize this very particular moment of our existence, a desire to highlight the uncertainty of present and future times in the light of a reassuring near past. In fact, most of the works presented in this exhibition were created during this period.
Jean DUBUFFET & Pierre ALECHINSKY
From November 7, 2020 to January 16, 2021
Through this exhibition we present a selection of works by Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Dubuffet. These two artists have known among other things to exalt by their respective attraction to paper the exalted poetics of color but also of monochrome black.
From September 5 to October 24, 2020
Michel Thein’s work is situated in a false position with regard to painting. We are in fact close to the work of a sculptor by adding and removing the pictorial medium. The quantitative plays its role. The support remains however as being the frame dressed with raw canvas essentially, thus defining what he names a random, open and afocal space.