With Jean Claracq, Cecilia Granara, Miryam Haddad, Nathanaëlle Herbelin, Simon Martin Madeleine Roger-Lacan, Christine Safa, Elene Shatberatshvili.
Curators Anaël Pigeat and Sophie Vigourous
A group of artists who look at each other and talk to each other is an ongoing phenomenon. What gave us the desire to bring these eight painters together, and to continue a series of exhibitions initiated in 2019, is to question the way in which forms emerge today, not only in the solitude of the studio, but also through looks, words or affinities. They have in common a practice of painting where images have their place. In their canvases, they assume their emotions and their pleasures, their desires and their claims, carried by a humanity devoid of cynicism. What binds them together is also their shared life, the organic and fluid relationships they have with each other. They are a portrait of a generation.