Galerie Richard

Representation of Monique van Genderen

Jean-Luc and Takako Richard are very pleased to announce that they represent Monique van Genderen, based in Los Angeles and La Jolla.
Van Genderen’s work traverses material and conceptual experimentations in abstraction.
Her works are in the following collections: Le Consortium Dijon, France, Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, the Albertina Museum, Vienna, Museum of Contemporary Art in San Diego and the GSA arts in Architecture program for the new Federal Courthouse in Harrisburg, PA. She is notably represented by Vielmetter Los Angeles Gallery and Miles Mc Enery Gallery in New-York. She will be exhibiting for the second time in France with Galerie Richard, after her 2005 show at Consortium in Dijon.

Photographer credit: Lile Kvantaliani.

Galerie Richard represents Marc RENARD

Jean-Luc and Takako Richard are very pleased to announce that they represent Marc RENARD, born in Brussels in 1963.
His abstract canvases are noticeable for their harmonies of often very vivid colors. One then distinguishes several rhythms moving in space and finally one discovers their three-dimensionality by his superimpositions of pictorial layers.
Marc RENARD had a solo exhibition in 2020 at the Mark Rothko Art Center in Daugavpils, Latvia.
The Marc Minjauw Gallery represents the artist in Brussels since 2015.

Gilles Deleuze and Cosmology – Joseph Nechvatal

Joseph Nechvatal’s contemporary art and theory practice engages in the fragile wedding of image production and image resistance. His Open Humanities Press book Immersion Into Noise (2011) has been re-published in a second edition in 2022. His book of essays Towards an Immersive Intelligence (2009) was published by Edgewise Press. He has also published three books with Punctum Press: Minóy (ed.) (2014), Destroyer of Naivetés (2015) and Styling Sagaciousness (2022). His audio works, Selected Sound Works (2021) and The Viral Tempest (2022), have been published by Pentiments.
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Rémy Hysbergue – Art Press

Camille Debrabant, exhibition curator and art critic, presents in the November 2022 issue of Art Press page 70 a review of the exhibition in Valenciennes entitled Si t’es sage, t’auras un image at l’H du siège. Camille Debrabant summarizes the specified qualities of the new paintings by Rémy Hysbergue.


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