On the occasion of the reopening of the Gallery, 15 rue Guénégaud in Paris, I wanted to present the artists around a theme: Work in progress. The idea is to show unpublished work, resulting from work in progress. I asked each artist to explain to me in writing what their intentions were and how they positioned themselves in relation to contemporary art. I wanted to give the floor to artists about questions that curators, critics or even galleries normally answer. Each with his-her own universe, his-her own writing, presents a work announcing a current reflection. Two major axes emerge. On...
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