Hendrik Hegray‘s second solo exhibition at Galerie Valeria Cetraro, FREESTyLE = CLAQUEMENTs DE CUISSE, appears at first glance as a place where the visitor can stay. In the center of the gallery, are two armchairs and a coffee table, on which are placed three files. These are collections of images that the artist has always collected, photocopied, cut out, assembled, and presented simply in notebooks, yet they take on all the value of what one could call the “imaginary of the artist.” On a wall is the installation that gives the title to the exhibition FREESTyLE = CLAQUEMENTs DE CUISSE...
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