DartBLAY, gallery outside the walls for 12 years, presents FORME(S), an exhibition revolving around nudity, the body and its movement and offers the work of four photographers with distinct and singular universes. Not seeking confrontation but rather complementarity, this collection of works offers an eclectic and suggestive vision of the body and its mysteries.
Multidisciplinary artist Nancy Wilson-Pajic presents ten gum bichromate prints made in 1987 from the negatives of Albert Rudomine, official photographer of Rodin’s sculptures (born in kyiv in 1891, died in Paris in 1975).
First official photographer of the newspaper Le Monde, Gil offers a selection of prints from his “Molitor 85” series, produced in 1985 at the eponymous swimming pool. Gil Rigoulet immerses us in the lightness and carelessness of the 1980s, and offers us an exclusive account of this emblematic Parisian place of life.
The fashion photographer and the nude prints from his Carbone series, excerpts from his book published in 2019, complete this assemblage offering anonymous and delicate nudes contrasting with photographs of enigmatic urban landscapes.
Freelance photographer sharing her activities between working for magazine, publishing and personal work. Marie Pierre, for her 3rd collaboration with DartBLAY, offers a selection of nudes from her Académie series, the study of the “workshop” nude, produced in 2018. She compares this set with her series Traces and trees photographed with a pinhole .
DartBLAY : FORME(S)
from June 9 to 15, 2022
Espace Sylvia Rielle
10 place des Vosges in the Marais in Paris.