Jousse Entreprise-Saint Claude

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Tumbling Blocks / Stumbling Blocks

by James Loks
As is my way, I didn't do any research on Julia Rometti and Victor Costales before I went to see the show. I knew that they'd won a prize at the last edition of ARCO Madrid (the illy SustainArt prize) and I knew they were young and pretty successful. That was it. I'm also a fan of Jousse Entreprise as a gallery; they're definitely one of the most interesting smaller galleries in Paris and they represent a few artists of whom I'm a fan (Superflex, Matthew Derbyshire, and Philippe Meste if you... [more]
Posted by James Loks on 4/17/13

photos de la vernissage

We visited Jousse Entreprise for a surprising group show, especially the surreal taxidermy halflings created by Thomas Grünfeld:   We also had the pleasure of meeting M. Jousse and getting introduced to Louidgi Beltrame (see my review of his latest film and exhibition ), whose film Les Dormeurs is on view. [more]
Posted by Natalie Hegert on 1/19/09

opening photos

Continuing down the row, we stopped in at Jousse - Entreprise for Luidgi Beltrame's new film . Not easy to photograph (see below) and even harder to pay attention to during the hubbub of opening night. We'll be coming back to see it all the way through.     [more]
Posted by Natalie Hegert on 11/19/08

The Image City

by Natalie Hegert
Brasilia / Chandigarh, a film by Louidgi Beltrame on view now at Galerie Jousse-Entreprise, explores the concrete megastructures of two capital cities: Brasilia designed by Oscar Niemayer in the 1950's, and Chandigarh, designed at the same time by Le Corbusier.  The film is structured around a narrative of three fictional characters, and follows their reflective passage through the two cities, communicated between them in the form of letters and photographs.  The exhibition is also accompanied... [more]
Posted by Natalie Hegert on 11/30/08
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