Exhibition 23rd Fondation Pernod Ricard Prize
The Horizones exhibition brings together recent works and new productions by the six artists + 1 selected for the 23rd Pernod-Ricard Foundation Prize. In an open. In an open-ended scenography, the exhibition gives pride of place to the universe of each artist without any desire to theme or artificially bring together their practices. Each artist exhibits a work emblematic of his or her current research, testifying to the diversity of current contemporary creation.
Hélène Bertin: a free practice of ceramics in the service of a regeneration of traditional gestures and representations.
Timothée Calame: a set of sculptures where prosaic, political and poetic are the ingredients of a fictionalization of reality.
Fabiana Ex-Souza: an “altar” dedicated to repair, transmutation and the consideration of healing processes in the artistic sphere.
Eva Nielsen: a pictorial environment where patterns, textures and colors resonate from canvas to canvas.
Benoît Piéron: a tribe of serum holders and a botany of waiting rooms to embody our different states of life, desire and fragility.
Elsa Werth: furtive works with haunting questions about the socio-economic state of our society.
Jean-Michel Sanejouand: a selection of works made between 1964 and 2011 to recall the intelligence of a look and a practice.
Horizones: A contemporary and organic artistic landscape produced by the meeting of singular aesthetics and an eclectic curiosity for the knowledge, questioning and experiences tested and transmitted by the artists.
Tue – Sat 11am – 7pm
Thu 11am – 9pm
Fondation d’entreprise Ricard / Art contemporain, 1 cours Paul Ricard, 75008 Paris