Femme, je vous aime
Contemporary urban art
June 5th to august 31st 2019
Which representations for today’s woman?
In a world in perpetual evolution where morals, the notion of gender, roles and fantasies change, only certain classics seem to be frozen and among them the interest in women. Between object of desire, source of inspiration, pillar of the family or subject of controversy and debates as well political, societal, sociological, religious, the look on the woman has also adapted to its time. The creations of male and female artists offer us a glimpse of the plurality of responses and looks that each genre brings to it. From the perfectly sensual curve evoking a certain immutable purity and a carnal obsession of Florent Boisard, with naughty poses and joyful of a happy woman in a moment of letting go of Zalez, passing by the icon adulated almost forgotten of Joachim Romain, it is in the contrast of emotions that it appears in JM Robert. As for the female artist of the exhibition, the sculptor Soria Jordi, fits her, in a vision anchored in the history of our cultures, recalling the unifying role of the woman, always in search of a balance. Passionately sentimental Soria Jordi gives us the testimony of a woman always in search of Love.
# 1 – FLORENT BOISARD
June 5th to June 11th
The gallery will present the work of the artist Florent Boisard during the exhibition “Femme je vous aime # 1 “.
Grandson of the famous architect and decorator Gustave Gautier, Florent Boisard was born in Montreuil. It is in Paris that he lodges at first, at Dina Verny the museum of Maillol, bathing in a world of art surounded with the sculptures of the artist. Florent studied successively in several great art schools: The workshops of the Arc in Lorient, then schools Pivaut and Sepia. In 2018, he won the FIAC prize. At the time, Florent Boisard drew his small muses with bouncing glutes inspired by cartoonists such as : Manara, Serpieri, Luis Royo. Fascinated by the Woman paradoxical symbol of purity and desire, he sets out in search of the perfect curve. Obsessed avowed, the artist works with airbrush curves on large scales on canvas. Female volutes cross, overlap, escape, meet. Buttocks appear and sometimes disappear to give way to other curves as a reflection on a sexual vision of the woman both ubiquitous and moving.
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