Galerie Natalie Seroussi
4 Jun → 31 Jul 2020
From Tue to Fri 10 am to 1 pm and 2 pm to 7 pm. Mon & Sat 11 am to 1 pm and 2 pm to 7 pm. Closed Sun.
After the exhibitions "Seeing what man thought he saw" in 2017, and "The green night with the dazzling snows" in winter 2019, the Natalie Seroussi gallery proposes, on the tracks of Arthur Rimbaud's drunken boat, a new journey several men set foot on land. While Hans Bellmer and Victor Brauner remain at the helm, new passengers: the dancing geometries of Sophie Taueber-Arp and the liberated bodies of Evelyn Axell and Dorothy Iannone. They bring a wild wind capable of pushing the sails under "Rainbows stretched like bridles". This crossing is also a treasure hunt during which one will have to learn to distinguish the chimeric bodies of Wols and resist the song of Malaval's Bubble Mermaid.