Solid Sunbeam V
Beautiful image from my dearest friend Stéphanie Gygax
Getting lost in his eyes
Eric Pougeau, Le miroir 2013 - ©Cécilia Jauniau
The installation White Noise/Black Noise with Olivier Ducret will be presented for this exhibition <3
Opening 16th of May
“Here you are poor and sad, there you will be joyous and rich”
a call to the Crusades by Pope Urban II in 1095.
NEW ELDORADO/DORADE ROUTARDE
This edition of Dorade travels the world, using the Globe as a creative medium and trying to find the New Eldorado or at the very least a residence to chill out. From a week-end in Rome to an introspective journey, a mini-break, a trip or a dead-end, this edition includes multiple destinations
and racks up the air miles along the way.
Black Russians, Georgians and Armenians, Slavs and Tatars, Medea and Other Parisiennes.
with images by:
Mathilde Agius & Reto Schmid, Eleonor Antin, Martin Bachelier & Pierre Seiter, Raphaële Bidault-Waddington, Laurence Bonvin, Joan Braun, Emmanuel Crivelli, Zoe Crosher, Philippe Jarrigeon, Sanna Kannisto, Yann Kebbi, Jim Mangan, Théo Mercier, Aleksandra Mir, Ulrike Ottinger, Laurence Rasti, Sandrine Pelletier, Camille Vivier and Jaimie Warren.
and texts by:
Jean-Christophe Arcos, Raphaële Bidault-Waddington, Viken Berberian,
Jean-Xavier de Combeloup, Magali Genuite, Alexandre Mare, Adeena
Mey, Sylvain Menétrey, Jeanne Pargeon, Sandrine Pelletier, Cédric Saint
André Perrin, Carine Soyer, Jean-François Staszak and Marlène Van de Casteele.
Last Exit to Ordalia
Galerie L.J, Paris
Exhibition runs from May 4th to June 25th 2013
curated by Marco Costantini
with Omar Ba, Sandrine Pelletier, Ana Roldán, Annaïk Lou Pitteloud and Elise Gagnebin-de Bons.
Opening this Saturday, 6pm
There is this little boy
While in Lausanne, I couldn’t miss the Sudden Infant performance at Rue du Nord Festival.
We met, Joke Lanz and I, last year and got up to all sorts of mischief in Cairo.
We share many stories and memories together. I have only known Joke up to now under 40 degrees in the crazy city of a thousand minarets. But I’ve never experienced him on stage.
And this evening, what I’ve seen and heard, just blew my mind.
Screamed poetry and aerial acrobatic vocals. A perfectly executed performance, deep as the swamps, and light as a popping soap bubble.
A man who faces life frontally and stoically.
It’s the story of a little boy who I am proud to count as my friend.
photo ©Martin Holtkamp
Sisterhood, part II
Thanks to Christian and Illona for the invitation at l’Annexe, Lausanne
Installation and collage - until 12th of May.
Thanks to Marie-Christine for being graceful.
La Lapine, 2009
Ceramic, enamel (42 x 28 x 32 cm)
photo: Andy Bühler
++ Happy New Chinese Year ++
Lace, resin, latex (220 x 220 cm)