The work by Tere Recarens is profiled as a process of documentation of her own life, a collection of minimal and accidental testimonies where it is practically impossible to appreciate the border between art and life. In Berlin, where she lives and works today, her work is motivated by the desire to find an action that definitively serves to connect with the place where she is. Art becomes a form of adaptation to the environment, a way to turn unfamiliar spaces into familiar ones. For her second solo exhibition at the gallery, Tere Recarens will present the fruit of her travels through Iran.
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 as well as to established ones. It has presented many first solo exhibitions, such as those of Tiziana la Melia, Stéphanie Saadé, Guillaume Pinard and Jochen Gerner, along with Daniel Spoerri and Roland Topor. Monographs of some of the programmed artists have been published, including, most recently, those of Alun Williams and Ramuntcho Matta. From time to time, the gallery invites an independent curator who proposes a singular exhibition.
David B. / Gabriele Basilico / Katharina Bosse / Dominique Figarella / Jochen Gerner / Killoffer / Manuela Marques / Ramuntcho Matta / Tiziana La Melia / Olivier Menanteau / Guillaume Pinard / Tere Recarens / David Renaud / Stéphanie Saadé / Daniel Spoerri / Roland Topor / Alun Williams / Marie Losier