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Muriel Persil, Les jeunes filles en fleurs Muriel PERSIL > Muriel Persil's pieces express, through the idea of metamorphosis, the mysterious relationship that man has with the other living forms that surround him. They express with emotion all the beauty and diversity of living things. Muriel Valat-B, Phalène 22, 2020. Organza and threads, 95x50cm. Muriel VALAT-B Due to the very light material, which is sensitive to the slightest movement of air, Phalenes can take on the most varied shapes. They no longer have a fixed form; they become moving, forms open to infinity like our imagination. They come and go between their constitution and mobility. Muriel Valat-B, 2020. Detail. > Naym Ben Amara at work. Work 2, détail. Naym Ben Amara at work. Naym BEN AMARA I have come to understand that the emergence of a form is undeniably a kind of conversation with it. © Naym Ben Amara. Detail. > Jeremy Louvencourt, « Continere #4 », 2020. Rotring sur parchemin, 60 X 65. Détail. Jérémy LOUVENCOURT
By carefully selecting his supports, even making their research a ritual act, Jérémy Louvencourt prepares a graphic tension that in the repetition of the gesture seeks less to find an origin than to measure itself against its trace.
© Jérémy Louvencourt, detail.
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Marielle Degioanni, Desert Face, 2020 Marielle DEGIOANNI > Marielle Degioanni creates delicate little intimate and surreal visions where the female body combines with the animal or vegetable kingdom. — Amélie Adamo 2016.
© Marielle Degioanni, Desert Face. Detail.
Gilbert DESCLAUX
By crumpling and trituring the paper material he covers with acrylic or more recently pastel, Gilbert Desclaux makes tactility a material from which he extracts the veins and folds of time.
© Gilbert Desclaux, detail.
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