Bubenberg is pleased to announce the compendium of its summerly peregrinations, undertaken under the pseudonym of the Gypsy Gallery.
The works of five artists were taken of the road, travelling along the French coastlines to meet amateurs and collectors of art. Ephemeral exhibitions surfaced here and there. An affirmative presence of art, not only in the virtual space on one's smartphone screen but indeed tangibly on these wandering walls. A white cube that has been unfold and taken on a journey.
With works from Isabella Hin, Sophie Kitching, Léonard Martin, Madeleine Roger-Lacan and VLP.
A field notebook will also be presented, with install views, various documentations from the production and with texts written by Robin Buchholz, Lea Petges and Emmanuel Tardieu.
Show from September 27th through October 7th.
Vernissage on Thursday, September 27th from 6 to 9pm.
Open the following days from 11am to 7pm.
On the fringes of the Nuit Blanche, conversation on the "Topologies for the esthetic experience" on Saturday, October 6th. Details to follow.
14 rue des Carmes