David Schalliol and Justine Pluvinage / Resilient Images
David Schalliol and Justine Pluvinage /
Chemin de fer / Guest curator: Thibaut de Ruyter
Marie José Burki / Un Chien sur la route, au passage du promeneur
The CRP/ presents Un chien sur la route, au passage du promeneur, a solo exhibition by artist Marie José Burki, opening March 11, 2017. The exhibition juxtaposes two sets of photographs produced in 2012 and 2016 respectively: AOS and Untitled, with other images including selections from the 2016 series Ici et là, and the video installation Un chien sur la route, 2017, which lends its name to the exhibition coproduced by the CRP/.
Maxime Brygo / Pavillons et totems
Ângela Ferreira / Boca
Ângela Ferreira examines the social and political history of territories through the prism of art and architecture. In her works, she mainly explores Europe’s complex relations with the African continent, making use of stories and references from modernist architecture, its displacement and its adaptation in Africa.
Through a selection of photographs from the CRP/’s collection, “Manifestations” endeavours to explore the semantic field of manifestation and its different occurrences that closely combine social and aesthetic forms of revelation.
Evangelia Kranioti / Les Feux d'Ulysse
For her solo exhibition at the CRP/, Evangelia Kranioti presented two series of photographs from the projects Mediterranea and Erotica, exotica, Etc. Two videos are also being presented in the second gallery, taken from the project Erotica, Exotica, Etc., which is also a feature-length film released in 2015.
Jorge Ribalta / Renaissance
Following Ribalta’s series Sierra Minera—created in 2010 in Murcia, Spain, exploring the La Unión mining region, which has been remade into a centre of flamenco culture—the Renaissance project takes the form of a tour of the industrial monuments of Nord – Pas-de-Calais. This project is based on photographic observation of a number of sites in the region,
making up significant documentation of the “renaissance” of these industrial landscapes, which are becoming monuments, museums or theme parks.
Eric Nehr / Bouton d'or [BUTTERCUP]
Since the late 1990s, Éric Nehr has been developing photographic research on the portrait, exploring the notions of alterity and beauty in society.
For this, he chooses male and female models presenting physical particularities, and takes head-and-shoulder photographs of them against coloured backgrounds. He reveals them in their singularity through precise work on light and colour, leading us to take a different view of his models.