April 21 - July 13, 2022

April 21 – July 13, 2022
Opening Thursday April 21, 2022, 6-8 pm

April 21 is not the date of the second round of the presidential election, but the opening of the second iteration of CLUSTER at the gallery.
After a first part last year that was open by appointment only due to the health context, we announce a second part that will coincide with the complete reopening of the gallery, at its “old world” hours, that is to say from Tuesday to Saturday from 2 to 6 pm.
In a general context that remains particular, taking into account a local situation where private initiatives remain as little valued and supported as ever, we propose that you take the path back to the gallery to discover an ensemble of works gathered specifically to respond, in the simplest way, to the definition of the word cluster: an arrangement of objects associated during a given time.
The two exhibition rooms will be spatialized, following the example of last year, in two different types of presentation: the room known as the fresco room will host a group of graphic works that have the particularity of being placed without the slightest constraint of framing, either on the wall or in a display case.
As for the second room, it will also be devoted to a group of pieces, mostly works on paper by artists who also belong to singular contexts or horizons, resulting from discoveries and exchanges that Hervé Bize has had over the past two years, as much with young artists as with other approaches that are now considered historical.
This exhibition will also echo other ongoing projects, including the upcoming publication of a book of poems by Hervé Bize, with Delia Brown and Marco Godinho (Editions LUAR) as well as the participation, this fall in Paris, of Alexandra Sand in the centennial exhibition of the Venus de Lespugue at the Musée de l’Homme, in the context of which almost all of her 2019 solo exhibition at the gallery will be reinstalled.

The show includes works by the following artists:

Larissa De Jesús Negrón (Puerto Rico, 1994, lives and works in Brooklyn)
Delia Brown (Berkeley, 1969, lives and works in Los Angeles)
Alexandra Sand (Slobozia, 1992, lives and works in Bucharest)
André Masson (1896-1987)
André Thomkins (1930-1985)
Jim Shaw (Midland, 1952, lives and works in Los Angeles)
Rémi Dall’Aglio (Geneva, 1958, lives and works in Gajan)
Gabriel Vormstein (Konstanz, 1974, lives and works in Berlin)