Next exhibition "Alien Love" by Sacha Goldberger
Galerie XII Paris is pleased to announce the first exhibition in Paris of the project "Alien Love" by Sacha Goldberger, from September 30 to November 5, after the success of his exhibition at Galerie XII Los Angeles.
New Anja Niemi's duo Exhibition The Blow - The rider at Galerie XII LA
Galerie XII Los Angeles is pleased to host the new exhibition of Norwegian artist Anja
Niemi. The exhibition presents her most recent bodies of work :
At first glance, The BLOW shows an unaccompanied woman, dressed in black and with a face that is always turned, driving to a solitary house in the desert. Here she trades her clothes for that of a boxer. The boxing paraphernalia builds upon the idea that each photograph is a site of mental training and introspective battle.
In The RIDER, Anja Niemi expresses her struggle in the form of a rider and her horse. The trust and the will to understand each other are essential to their mutual bond. Together they are on an openended journey that requires perseverance and the suspension of fear.
Charlotte Mano, Thank You Mum
Annexe, 10 rue des Jardins Saint-Paul - By winning the HSBC Prize for Photography with her series "Thank You Mum" in 2020, she reveals a still very intimate but substantially different set. This time, there is no more hindrance to vision: no more veil, no more night, no more artifacts. This is a mother-daughter resistance duo where the outcome known in advance is the death of the mother.
MODERNE ART FAIR 2022
Galerie XII Paris is pleased to participate in the Moderne Art Fair, from 20 to 24 October. Works by Scarlett Hooft Graafland, Margaret Lansink, Charlotte Mano, Patrizia Mussa and Paolo Ventura will be presented on our stand.
Visits of the Village Saint Paul
SAVE THE DATE - Opening of Mathew McWilliams in 15 singular places of the Village Saint-Paul (Paris 4th), on Thursday, October 6th from 6pm to 9pm.
Patrizia Mussa at Museo Ettore Fico, Turin, Italy
Sept. 22 > Dec. 18 - Between painting and photography, the works of Patrizia Mussa bring back the photographic medium and the technique of hand coloring in a timeless dimension.
The meticulous filling of the printed spaces with very delicate shades of pastel colours instils in the viewer a distance that determines in his observation a detachment from the present to bring the artifact back into a timeless and unreal sphere. The reproducibility of the photographic medium is denied in its multiplicity in these works where the artist intervenes by making each print an impossible unicum to replicate.