Yia Art Fair - Paris

Yia Art Fair - Paris

Juliette DOMINATI, Thierry DIERS, Florent GIRARD
19 October - 22 October 2017

 

 

 Yia Art Fair / Carreau du Temple
20, rue Eugène Spuller - 75003 Paris  

Opening: Thursday, October 19th, from 6 pm to 10 pm

Public days:
Friday 20th, from 12 am to 8 pm
Saturday 21th, from 10 am to 8 pm
Sunday 22th, from 10 am to 6 pm




Juliette Dominati (1990)

 

Juliette Dominati is interested in the appearance and disappearance of natural and sacred forms. Perhaps her love for all kind of fragments comes from how they take on at once their incapacity, their failure of absolute? that they have been taken and displaced? and also how they suppose something existed as a whole. The observation of primitive fresco, the quattrocento, religious art, and the contemplation of available bodies in nature, trees, rocks, lead the artist to make sensitive objects opened to a calm and soothing mystery.



Thierry DIERS (1954)
Painting with Diers is a plastic and sentimental event, it has already all the qualities of the “Gesamkunstwerk”, the absolute work of art as Wagner described it, it moves the senses of Man, but also his spirit and his soul as well. Thierry Diers in fact resumes the ancient kandiskian mission, in which painting establishes a “communication between the souls” thanks to a language that only the 
heart, the spirit and the guts will be able to decipher – much better in any case than rationality. What the artist does with his paintings is to project his “inner self side”, a phrase which was found by another artist who was at the crossroads of Belgian and French paths : Henri Michaux
Nicolas-Xavier Ferrand


Florent Girard (1989)
Dans ma série chut(e), la principale fonction est de laisser tomber un certain protocole de travail.Trouver un moment de respiration sans pour autant pouvoir s’empêcher de peindre. Je tente de rejouercertaines formes, certaines couleurs, certaines lignes, qui peuvent avoir plusieurs possibilités de structuresou qui ont plus simplement échouées sur d’autres travaux.