The exhibition Divagations amoureuses, inspired by the book of Roland Barthes Fragments d’un discours amoureux is a reflection on the paradigm of loneliness in love.
This text, which aims to give voice to the lover, succeeds in the feat of touching the universal, because it speaks of lived experience, of human lived experience. We all recognize each other here in love. It echoes this individual who, to use the author, « speaks in himself, lovingly, in front of the other » in front of the loved one, who does not express himself as a sign that the discourse in love is ultimately always extremely lonely. The lover is waiting, anxious, jealous, declares, doubts …
Just as many states, which the artists of the exhibition, like the author, cross and which they seize.
Madeleine Filippi, Commissaire de l’exposition
Since one year the galleryis 15 rue Guénégaud, in Paris’ 6th arrondissement. This place is the fruit of a privileged relationship that she has forged with the artists whose work she champions, a relationship based on the confidence built through a mutual desire to work together over a long term. Ségolène is committed to pursuing her plan of « giving photography and drawing the recognition they need in contemporary art. They tend to be seen as two separate media, even though they form part of a whole. »
Christophe Beauregard • Sylvie Bonnot • Xavier Dumoulin • Laurence Nicola • Tania & Lazlo • Bertrand Robert • Fabien de Chavanes • Christine Mathieu • Cerise Doucède • Odonchimeg Davaadorj • Marielle Degioanni • Julien Serve • Bertrand Robert