Mark Brusse is a Dutch painter and sculptor. Settling permanently in Paris in 1961, he began to design assemblages of salvaged wood and metals found in the street, and works in parallel with the print.
He creates assemblages, small or large, some on a pedestal, others suspended, made of various materials. Inspired by the myths, beliefs, landscapes, and artistic practices of the countries he visits, he stages monkeys, turtles, volcanoes, grinning heads, and snakes as symbols of a spiritual and fabulous world.
Curator of the exhibition: Lucas Djaou / Yes we love project.
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Founded in 1990 and directed by Patricia Dorfmann, the gallery offers a program focused on international contemporary creation.
The gallery's main focus is to show the work of emerging, historical or new artists in France, representative of the latest research in the field of contemporary art. At the same time, the gallery is developing a publishing activity (exhibition catalogs), and in 2016 it published the gallery journal ! BAAM ! as well as a collection of posters initiated in 2018.
Its policy of openness committed from the beginning towards transdisciplinary projects broadens its field of interest and makes it a unique ground with the multiple actors of the current wide artistic panorama.
Thierry Agnone • Mohamed Ben Slama • Zong De An • Mathieu Boisadan • Eric Come • Mathieu Boisadan • Raphaël de Villers • Rada Boukova • André du Colombier • Artus de Lavilléon • Teun Hocks • Baptiste Debombourg • Martin Mc Nulty • Maryan (Pinchas Burstein) • Chohreh Feyzdjou • Andreï Molodkin • Raymond Hains • Dominique Nabokov Lawick Müller • Henrik Plenge • Jakobsen Nicola L • Ni Tanjung (Nyoman) • Wu Xiaohai • Raphaëlle Ricol