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Mur en béton

Three exhibitions

Actuellement à l'étage
ORCAS - STÉPHANE GRANZOTTO - Galerie d'art HOSR-SÉRIE - perigord-20.jpg
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Crossed looks

Catherine & Jean-Louis
ZANINO

"PHENOGRAPHIES"
Francis TEYNIER

Figures in
landscape(s)

sculptures
Philip
CACHEUX

"FLAMINGO"

Jonathan LHOIR

ORCAS - STÉPHANE GRANZOTTO - Galerie d'art HOSR-SÉRIE - perigord-10.jpg

PHENOGRAPHIES

 

Through the test of the elements, let us lose ourselves in phenomena which are only unknown or abstract because we have not seen them.

This series was born out of research into the five elements - wood, water, earth, metal and fire - whose graphic qualities have long fascinated me.

It is also based on Chinese thought, for which all phenomena in the universe result from an unstable cycle of creation and destruction between these five elements.

Photographic combinations of these five elements, the "Phenographs" thus reproduce phenomena to be discovered by each person, based on his or her experience or imagination.

The intentional absence of overly obvious references to scale invites visual journeys between the infinitely small and the infinitely large. It doesn't matter whether your vision matches mine or not - that's also why I didn't want to give titles to the pictures.

ORCAS - STÉPHANE GRANZOTTO - Galerie d'art HOSR-SÉRIE - perigord-17.jpg

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"FLAMINGO"

Jonathan LHOIR

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PHENOGRAPHIES

 

Through the test of the elements, let us lose ourselves in phenomena which are only unknown or abstract because we have not seen them.

This series was born out of research into the five elements - wood, water, earth, metal and fire - whose graphic qualities have long fascinated me.

It is also based on Chinese thought, for which all phenomena in the universe result from an unstable cycle of creation and destruction between these five elements.

Photographic combinations of these five elements, the "Phenographs" thus reproduce phenomena to be discovered by each person, based on his or her experience or imagination.

The intentional absence of overly obvious references to scale invites visual journeys between the infinitely small and the infinitely large. It doesn't matter whether your vision matches mine or not - that's also why I didn't want to give titles to the pictures.

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on the 1st floor of the gallery

"PORTE-PLUMES"

Nathalie Houdin

TWIGA

Her exhibition TWIGA ('giraffe' in Swahili) is dedicated to this iconic animal of the African continent and yet endangered. 

This giant of the savannah has lost 40% of its numbers in the last thirty years! "Giraffes are facing a silent extinction" (IUCN). 

The main threat is linked to rapid demographic growth and economic development, which are leading to significant deforestation, and without forests giraffes cannot survive. 

Jacques Prévert wrote in his premonitory Opéra des girafes:
"Once upon a time there were giraffes, there were many giraffes.
Soon there won't be any more, it's Mr Man who kills them... "

"It is impossible for me to imagine the African savannah without their haughty silhouettes, Twiga is my heartfelt cry, my cry of love for these majestic and endearing African icons.

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