Hope on edge
The white of Sunmi Kim’s paintings contrasts with the red or blue of her threads which create the link between space and time, here and elsewhere, the real and the virtual, the past and the future, spirit and matter, the dead and the living.
The successive layers of materials, which give her works depth and transparency, embody skin-deep, the veins of life.
Exhibition from May 25 to July 08, 2023.
Founded in 1989, the Lélia Mordoch gallery presents the work of reknown as well as emerging artists. From François Morellet to Miguel Chevalier, from Julio Le Parc to Michel Paysant, she constantly innovates while remaining faithful to her aesthetic line: abstraction, kinetic art and above all poetry. From pixel to voxel, from wall sculpture to nano sculpture, via urban art, the Lélia Mordoch gallery invites you to discover the work of contemporary artists who express themselves with both new technologies and traditional mediums, as well as great masters of art in motion.
L’atlas, Robert Blanc, James Chedburn, Miguel Chevalier, Gérard Delafosse, Emmanuel Fillot, Romain Froquet, Horacio Garcia Rossi, Gérard Guyomard, Loïc Hervé, Patrick Hughes, Yukio Imamura, Keren, Sun Mi Kim, Alain Le Boucher, Julio Le Parc, Keith Long, Franck Loret, Sébastien Mehal, Miss Tic, François Monchâtre, François Morellet, Joe Neill, Laura Nillni, Bernard Rancillac, Antonio Saint Silvestre, Carolina Sardi, Serty 31, Francisco Sobrino, Joël Stein, Gérard Tordjman, Pétra Werlé, Kevin Yu, Yvaral