The gallery is pleased to present the new solo exhibition of Guillaume Pinard.
On this occasion, the public will be able to discover its first monograph published by Tombolo Press, with an interview led by Julie Portier and Franck Balland.
Guillaume Pinard, in his artistic approach, develops a polymorphous work, in which drawing, painting and writing are prominent.
An artist endowed with an immense graphic vocabulary, Guillaume Pinard, with soft irony, the occurrences and meanings hidden in every form of views, by attempting to taint hierarchies. He explores all the aids used to show. From his interest in dictionaries, painting, and also any kind of image found on the web, the artist, all along his exhibitions, gives new impulse to the bits of a narrative, the structures of a fragmented world. Guillaume Pinard has become the archaeologist of his own practice. He makes us enter his cranium, an eclectic, illogical and restless brain soup. He is always oscillating between what is prosaic and great reference, between everyday nature and the great pictorial tradition.
Gallery Anne Barrault, dedicated to contemporary art, opened in 1999, and moved to a new space, rue des Archives, in 2013, in the Marais district, Paris. Ever since the start, the gallery has committed itself to young artists. It has presented many _rst solo exhibitions, such as those of Tiziana la Melia, Stéphanie Saadé, Guillaume Pinard or Jochen Gerner, along with established artists such as Daniel Spoerri or Roland Topor.
Monographs of some of the programmed artists have been published, such as those of
Guillaume Pinard, Alun Williams or Ramuntcho Matta, for the latest. Every now and then, the gallery invites an independent curator who proposes a singular exhibition.
David B. / Gabriele Basilico / Katharina Bosse / Dominique Figarella / Jochen Gerner / Killoffer / Marie Losier Manuela Marques / Ramuntcho Matta Tiziana La Melia / Olivier Menanteau / Pierre Moignard / Guillaume Pinard / Tere Recarens / David Renaud / Stéphanie Saadé / Daniel Spoerri / Roland Topor / Alun Williams