A lovable season in the still most lovable city of our modern world
Spring in Paris arouses our emotion.
A lovable season in the still most lovable city of our modern world.
Love is mutual to spring, Paris and Art.
The international artists represented in this show all arouse our emotions, each in this own way.
Seductive as in Barcel's glowing submarine seascape, voluptuous as in Taaffe's splendid or in Salle's broken baroque romance entitled, deadpan as in Warhol's Duty Free, enigmatic as in Mike Kelley, philosophically funny as Hirst's hovering balls, Alone Yet Together And In Love.
Even an ultra-cool winter painting like Blizzard by Alex Katz oozes out pleasure - a love of surface and of light.
The magic of art lies in its power of creating the presence of emotions which stimulate, seduce, influence, change, enrich, puzzle and entertain the viewer.
Last Spring in Paris happens now, in front of the painting, the object, the artist's temperament kept alive by the fetish.
Eric Fischl, Peter Halley, Damien Hirst, Alex Katz, Mike Kelley, David Salle, Philip Taaffe, Andy Warhol
Show room - march 22 - May 31
Last Spring in Paris - March 22 - May 31
In collaboration with Jablonka Galerie
Galerie Patrick Seguin
5, rue des Taillandiers 75011 Paris
34, rue de Charonne 75011 Paris
Open Monday to Saturday (10:00am - 7:00pm)