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Chronique du trouble

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Thursday, 28 November 2019 to Saturday, 11 January 2020
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Thursday, 28 November 2019 - 6:00pm

Les filles du calvaire gallery is pleased to invite you to the opening of the exhibition "Chronique du trouble : solos" under the curatorial direction of Thierry Raspail. With : Antoine Catala, Jan Kopp, and Gustavo Speridião.

"Chronique du trouble" is deliberately optimistic. Each of the three protagonists creates something different from another poetry, a silent way of screaming the forms and not letting them be told....

The exhibition brings together three artists of the same generation. One, German, works in France, the other, French, works in the United States, the third, Brazilian, when he is not on the other side of the world, works in Rio. Everything in their work brings them together, nothing in their form is the same.

The exhibition works on the premises of the disorder, the small precursors, those which, on the butterfly scale, cause at the very end of the chain, the distant disasters that we cannot yet imagine. It's a way of antidote! (Excerpt from the text by Thierry Raspail)

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01 42 74 47 05
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17 rue des filles du calvaire, 75003 Paris

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