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.
This artist paints on recycled guttering that she flattens out and then welds together. I’d love to buy this painting of parisian chairs.
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