Grand Marché d’Art Contemporain
Sanan and wandered through the Grand Marché d’Art Contemporain which is found each year on this weekend at the Bastille. (here’s one person’s video) I thought I would share with you some of the art that I liked the most.
First, this piece by Marie-Noël Martin, because it would look great in our living room….also I love the texture and the somber colors.
We also liked these collages from old paper by Lamiel...She spends a lot of her time looking for used, aged, discolored paper, and makes beautiful things with it.
I was also intrigued by this painting of a woman on rough, unframed canvas, with her left eye pulled out of 3D into a 2D plane. The artist is Catherine Franck.
Nicolas Maalouly cuts up posters, randomizes the pieces and then sews them back together in order to make this cool looking artwork…
The work that I like the most, that I stared at for several minutes is the colorful piece by Tanguy Kan.
Another artist that I enjoyed is Isabelle de Joantho. Her work is very child-like but crude. I took a picture of this ballet tutu hanging up…note that the lace part is made of chicken wire.
Other artists that I enjoyed were…
Pascale RIVAULT and her wire scupltures