This exhibition brings together a group of recent works by Berdaguer&Péjus. Through the different series presented, a landscape takes shape, that of the studio, the kitchen, the yard. Each intrusion into this landscape, whether luminous, animal, sonorous or olfactory, represents an event, a proof of existence. The race of time seems to crystallize in images and sculptures. For this second exhibition at the gallery, the artists' studio has been transformed into a "tempodrome", a way of taking note of the passage of time and the minute vibrations it produces.
Thursday 19 May 2022 from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Opening – Berdaguer&Péjus / La chair au contact de la chair doit ressembler au vert énergumène des martiens
Saturday 21 May 2022 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Meeting of the artists Berdaguer&Péjus with coffee-croissant
75003 Paris, France 0140290720 galeriepapillonparis.com
For more than 30 years, Galerie Papillon, located near the Centre Pompidou, has been known for its cutting-edge program that brings together French and foreign artists - emerging, established or mid-career - who share a common sense of poetry and irony. The gallery offers them a vast playground in its main space of 250 m2 "sur cour", while its second space, on the 1st floor, is dedicated to collective shows or specific invitations.
Marion and Claudine Papillon are two generations of gallerists who collaborate together while complementing each other and sharing the same values and the same unchanging vision that gives the gallery its identity: to offer artists an environment of freedom so that they can give free rein to their creativity.
Berdaguer&Péjus • Grégoire Bergeret • Cathryn Boch • Brodbeck & de Barbuat • Günter Brus • Gaëlle Chotard • Céline Cléron • Erik Dietman • Luka Fineisen • Hreinn Fridfinnsson • Lotta Hannerz • Joël Kermarrec • Charles Le Hyaric • Frédérique Loutz • Raphaëlle Peria • Javier Pérez • David Raffini • François Ribes • Dieter Roth • JC Ruggirello • Elsa Sahal • Linda Sanchez • Didier Trenet • Vassiliki Tsekoura • Sabrina Vitali • VOID