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MARIUS MESSINESE, PARADISE LOST

Exhibition from July 14 to July 29, 2022

Opening with the artist on July 16 - 4/9 PM

Thomas Tournemine Gallery - La Baule

The very first solo exhibition of the young painter from Marseille is being held this summer in La Baule at Thomas Tournemine Gallery. About twenty works revealed to the public, which examine the American Golden Age, in mythical settings of sumptuous gardens, swimming pools and Hollywood villas.

 

A long road-trip through a bygone era.

ALINE ZALKO : FIRE !

Exhibition from May 4 to May 28, 2022

Les Arts Dessinés - 19 rue Chapon, 75003 Paris

This Spring, Les Arts Dessinés gallery is pleased to present the exhibition Fire! bringing together thirty-two works by Parisian artist Aline Zalko. Between colorful landscapes and female portraits, the artist offers an ambitious retrospective of her work.

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FRANCO SALAS BORQUEZ - L'OUTRE-VAGUE

Exhibition from July 31 to November 6, 2021

Centre Cristel - 9 bd de la Tour d'Auvergne, 35400 Saint-Malo, France

Two years after his triumph at the Saint-Sauveur chapel, the Chilean painter Franco Salas Borquez is exhibiting again in the city of Saint-Malo, at the Cristel Art Editor Center.


Twenty resounding works that tell the sea as never before.

LÉO CAILLARD AT DALI PARIS MUSEUM

From June 9 to September 26, 2021

Dali Paris - 11 rue Poulbot, 75018 Paris

By inviting Léo Caillard, whose work has been noticed by the transformation of ancient statues into hipsters, Dali Paris initiates a dialogue on the ancient heritage and the way it endures through the centuries.

 

The disguise of these divinities, this interference of modernity in the ideal of Platonic beauty, would they not aim, as the obsession of the form in Dali, to counter the attacks of time and overcome death, by achieving immortality through art ?

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NON-ESSENTIAL CLOSING

From Saturday April 3 to Tuesday May 18, 2021

Reopening on Wednesday May 19

Due to the health situation, the government has decided to close businesses deemed non-essential for a period of one month.

The gallery is therefore closed to the public, but remains of course available for any request. Do not hesitate to ask us: we will be happy to answer you and bring to life, even a little, the work of our artists.