For her first solo exhibition at Crèvecoeur Gallery, after a three-year cycle exploring relationships, interactions and demonstrations of love and romance among adolescents, Sara Sadik initiates a reflection on the effects of isolation and control mechanisms within coercive environments. The exhibition consists of a new video installation entitled Ultimate Vatos, as well as a new series of prints.
The group show, with Audrey Gair, Wolfgang Matuschek, Hamada Yasuaki and curated by Ernst Yohji Jaeger, is located at 5 rue de Beaune, in the 7th arrondissement of Paris.
Crèvecœur, founded in 2009 by Axel Dibie and Alix Dionot-Morani has, since its creation, presented artists from France and the rest of the world whose different practices question current conditions for producing images and objects. The gallery sees itself as a body that supports the artists in the various stages of production, demonstration and dissemination of their practice.
Through its work inside the gallery space—now a 160 sq.m. space with natural light that can host ambitious exhibitions; through the co-creation, since 2015, of a new alternative fair called Paris Internationale; and through support for production of the institutional shows of the represented artists, Crèvecœur is an entity which aims to adapt, in an organic way, to the challenging systems that contemporary artists experience today. In June 2021, the gallery opens a second space near the Orsay Museum.
Xavier Antin • Erica Baum • Anne Bourse • Sol Calero • Julien Carreyn • Than Hussein Clark • Mathis Collins • Miho Dohi • Ernst Yohji Jaeger • Renaud Jerez • Ad Minoliti • Shana Moulton • Yu Nishimura • Jorge Pedro Núñez • Mick Peter • Florian & Michael Quistrebert • Autumn Ramsey • Sara Sadik • Louise Sartor • Naoki Sutter-Shudo