Honoré Project, Galerie Rue de Visconti, Paris

Beautifully curated exhibition at Balzac’s Print Rooms in the lovely St Germain arrondissment of Paris. This exhibition that I was asked to show in will now be coming to London, to the TJ Boulting Gallery:

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TRACES, a group show part of HONORE.

This exhibition is taking place in Balzac’s former printing workshop on Rue de Visconti, in Paris and will present the work of artists who have been exploring various techniques such as lithography, photo-etching, collotype, biro-drawing, digitally processed photography, screen-printing, mono-print, photogram, transfer, etc and attempting to get new results, whether they have developed their own process or have kept in line with classical tradition of printing and drawing and who have as a result created interesting textural works.

This show presented alongside exhibitions by Hannah Watson from Trolley Books and Aron Morel from Morel Books, features works by:

ADELINE DE MONSEIGNAT
AKIKO TAKIZAWA
ASGER CARSLEN
AUGUSTIN STEYER
BOO SAVILLE
CHARLOTTE SCHNABL
DAVID NOONAN
ELOISE VAN DER HEYDEN
HUGO WILSON
IVY ARMOUR
TAMSIN RELLY
VICTOIRE THIERREE
VICTORIA AHRENS
WHITNEY McVEIGH and
WILLIAM ROPER-CURZON

Private view: Wednesday 18th June from 7pm.
Thursday 19th – Saturday 21th, noon till 8 pm
17-19 Rue de Visconti, 75006 Paris

The HONORE PROJECT is the brainchild of Laure Flammarion and Pauline Levêque
www.honorevisconti.com
www.ruevisconti-editions.com

Alix Janta-Polczynski
www.adadbooks.com

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My work is concerned with auratic translations, interpretation and fiction in our encounters with the landscape. I use photographic installations, projections and print editions to explore notions of the politics of place, resistance and ruin. I am interested in the spaces between what we know and what we think we know about the world, and have investigated these ideas in a series of installations and prints over the last few years.

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