Exhibition from 1st to 25 July, 2020
Following our perspective of Jean Hélion, we are dedicating our new exhibition to five artists, each in a different room. To Anselme Boix-vives whose work seems to me to be particularly enchanting at the beginning of summer, to the latter works of Hong Insook, whose pictorial vocabulary continues to grow, to Karl Godeg, the discovery of whom proved productive for several of the gallery’s artists, to a few rare works of Michel Macréau, and as always to Jean Hélion, since we are far from having explored the immensity of his work.
Anselme Boix-Vives, "Habitants lunaires dans leur jardin", 1963, gouache sur carton, 80 x 108 cm
Jean Hélion, "Toits", 1961, huile sur toile, 155 x 200 cm
Hong InSook, "Trace", 2020, gouache et encre de Chine sur papier, 65,5 x 101,5 cm
Karl Godeg, Sans titre, 1935, huile sur toile, 40,5 x 61 cm
Michel Macréau, "Couple", 1965, dessin à l’encre de Chine sur papier, 27,5 x 44,5 cm