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Around Radical Painting - Nicole Hassler
« The gallery is transformed into a display of giant color chart. Nicole Hassler exhibits her latest paintings with colors and textures of eye shadow. As a visual artist, Nicole Hassler is a painter and part of a radical painting movement. She is interested in the identity of color in its logic, in appearance, artifice and the realm of illusion. She creates works that question the unstable boundaries between what is considered art and what is not. Her works bear witness to the history and ideas of contemporary art, to consumerism and industry. The colors used for her paintings are at the forefront of technology and are part of scientific research constantly renewed since they apply directly to the skin. For this exhibition, Nicole Hassler is inspired by the colors of eye shadow that cosmetics industry scientists have created and takes up the challenge of reproducing them. Her works are regularly exhibited, mainly in Europe, France, Switzerland, Germany and also in the United States. Nicole Hassler lives and works in France and Switzerland. » Denis Simon, 2019
The Arnaud Lefebvre Gallery began its activities in 1986. The Gallery organized the first show of Carl Andre’s poetry in France and retrospective exhibitions of Rosemarie Castoro and of Robert Huot. Since 2010, the Gallery devoted a large part of its program to Women Artists. The Gallery represents the estate of the Caribbean-born artist Hessie (1936-2017).
Stéphane Bayard / Bill Brand / Rosemarie Castoro / Benoit Golléty / Nicole Hassler /Hessie / Robert Huot / Marie-France Jean /Carol Kinne / Nadine de Koenigswarter / Pat h Mart / Katy Martin / Helga Natz / Judith Nelson Christine Piot / Diana Quinby / Ned Richardson / Anne Saussois / Marianne Scharn / Eiji Suzue / Ryo Takahashi