For more than thirty years, Portugeuse painter Jose Loureiro has been working on a series of works, drawings, and paintings he himself characterizes using three mysterious name: “Bullfinch”, “Filament” and “Hoop”. “Bullfinch”, obvious when we examine the colors and shapes of this small bird, alert and courageous. “Filament” because, beyond the materiality of the light, it is its fragility, its sizzle that wants to paint Loureiro. “Hoop” because the shapes he draws are never straight or straight circles. We are in an in-between, a form being built or shirking. Rebel.
Florent Maubert and Charles Rischard created Maubert Gallery seven years ago. With an academic and curatorial background in the visual arts and contemporary dance, they chose to confront media in order to create a dialogue between artworks. Thanks to thematic approaches, Maubert Gallery highlights the ways that artists enrich one another in forms and in media diversity. Maubert Gallery leads a prospecting work focused on young creation. These artists, first discovered by the gallery, investigate above all themes of perception, study of formal shapes, usage, gesture, space and traces, while relying on their research of networks, human and societal, architecture and landscape. Maubert Gallery also promotes artists already recognized in the art world, supporting their recognition process as well as in the economic, critical and historical sphere.
Joachim Bandau / Larry Bell / Manon Bellet / Gabrielle Conilh de Beyssac / Adrien Couvrat / Nicolas Daubanes / Jonas Delhaye / Nathalie Elemento / Sara Favriau / Isabelle Ferreira / Agnès Geoffray / Laurent Goldring / Eric Guglielmi / Jules Guissart / Lucien Hervé / Atsunobu Kohira / Elizaveta Konovalova / Arnaud Lesage / José Loureiro / Nicolas Muller / Erik Nussbicker / Payram / Irina / Rotaru / Szajner / Troika