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Article (Fr) by Jean Marc Lebeaupin

Magazine artsixMic

Released on June 25th, 2021

Young-sé Lee : Solo Show Art Paris 2021

L’histoire et l’œuvre de Young-sé Lee sont un voyage entre deux cultures. La nature qu’il aborde de manière libre et informelle est sa principale source d’inspiration.

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Article(Fr) by Ludovic Duhamel

View(Fr) : Miroir de l’art

Edition n°110, June 2021

Gaël Davrinche Une rétrospective envoûtante

Article(Fr) by Amélie Adamo

View(Fr) : L’ŒIL

Edition n°744, June 2021

Gaël Davrinche

Article (Fr) by Laetitia Bischoff

Magazine TK-21

Edition n°118, May 2021

Pour que la peinture ne sèche jamais

Gaël s’attèle aux icônes, il retravaille leurs mèches et leurs postures, leurs railleries, les gueules aussi. Il ferme les yeux pour se souvenir de Van Gogh ; oui le creux de ses yeux était si noir, ce ne peut être que lui avec un vent de cyprès pour chemise. Pour que la peinture ne sèche jamais, elle boit des visages, elle s’en fait un bain de bouche. Faire crier les profils, faire choir les trous de nez, couler les yeux jusqu’au-dessous des joues. Les cheveux et les globes oculaires guerroient avec le prisme d’un fond coulant ou braillant du vert en tempête. Colorer, raviver, vivre.

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Article (Fr) by Anne-Cécile Sanchez

View (Fr) : Le Journal des Arts

Edition n°568, May 2021

Gaël Davrinche Face au portrait

Exhibition review (Fr) by Claire Margat

Lacritique.org

Released on May 14th, 2021

DES VISAGES ET DES VISIONS

Olivier Kaeppellin a choisi pour l’exposition “Faire face” des portraits parmi les tableaux de Gaël Davrinche, né en 1971, qui se voit ainsi gratifié pour son demi-siècle d’une exposition et d’un catalogue dont le texte ne peut que l’encourager à persévérer dans son être.

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Article (Fr) by Sophie Reyssat

Magazine BOUM!BANG!

Released on May 3th, 2021

L’homme aux mille visages

Gaël Davrinche est un aventurier de la figure humaine qui joue avec ses modèles comme avec la peinture elle-même. Au-delà des apparences, ses portraits interrogent notre humanité et posent un regard décalé sur notre société. 

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Exhibition review by Laurent Quénéhen

View (Fr) : Artpress

Edition N°488, May 2021, p.81

Gaël Davrinche, “Faire Face”

Solo Show from May 15 to June 19, 2021 at the Gallery Vazieux

Article by Yu Hsiaohwei

View (Ch) : Cans Asia Art News

Art Magazine Taiwan – edition N°195, April 2021, pp.92-95

Recent acquisition by the Centre Pompidou of works by Chuang Che (b.1934) and Fong Chung-Ray (b.1933)

Interview with Catherine David, curator at the Centre Pompidou

Exhibition review by Valérie de Maulmin

View (Fr) : Connaissance des Arts

Edition N° 800, February 2021, p.112

China, The pioneers of abstraction

Group Exhibition from January 21 to February 27, 2021 at the Gallery Vazieux

Interview with the Gazette Drouot

Released on December 10, 2019

6 questions to Sabine Vazieux

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Exhibition review by Claire Margat

View (Fr) : OH SE-YEOL, L’enfance de l’art

Released  on October 25th, 2020

OH SE-YEOL, “Ingenious Genius”

Solo Show from September 18 to November 07, 2020 at the Gallery Vazieux

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Centre Pompidou, Paris

29 Jul 2020 – 4 Jan 2021 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

GLOBAL(E) RESISTANCE

The exhibition “Global(e) Rsistance” sets out new criteria in history of collection of the Musée national d’art moderne, Centre Pompidou, through more than a hundred works by contemporary artists – all acquired over the last decade – primarily from the “Global South” (Africa, the Middle East, Asia and Latin America).
The exhibition examines the aesthetic and ethical strategies of resistance implemented by these artists. From political struggles to postconlonial issues, including thoses linked to the environment pr gender-related, they respond to the urgeny of the present moment while also proposing new alternatives.

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Centre Pompidou, Paris

5 Feb 2020 – 27 Apr 2020

Yuan Jai – Pompidou

Yuan Jai produces large-format works using ink on silk, a base she appreciates for the relief in its weave and its capacity to support the weight of colours obtained from mineral pigments. The vibrant colours reflect the attention to detail, the jubilatory and organic expansion of forms reflects the mastery of stroke acquired through a long practice of calligraphy. Luxurious landscapes, phantasmagorical bestiaries, biographical elements and contemporary motifs are intermingled with references to the history of European and Oriental art …

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Toyota Municipal Museum of Art

From 23rd November, 2019 to 24th February, 2020

Kenjiro Okazaki

In 2017, the Toyota Municipal Museum of Art presented the exhibition “Abstract Art as Impact” curated by Kenjiro Okazaki. By revealing the actual and real power that abstract art originally possessed, this exhibition subverted the monotonous view of Modernism in art history, offering many inspirations and new insights to the viewers. As the next step, they are presenting a solo exhibition featuring Okazaki’s own works and encompassing the entirety of his multifold activities.

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Paris Museum of Modern Art

From October 11, 2019 to February 09, 2020

Peng Wan Ts Regards

As part of the collection, Paris Museum of Modern Art is devoting an exhibition to Peng Wan Ts, for the artist’s 80th birthday and on the occasion of his donation to the museum of one of his most important compositions, Le Banquet (1981-2006).

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Guimet Museum

From 16 October, 2019 to 06 January, 2020

L’Asie maintenant

The contemporary exhibition “L’Asie Maintenant” invests the permanent collections, in the main building Place d’Iéna and in the Hôtel d’Heidelbach, presenting a profusion of works, a number of which have been donated by the artists.

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