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Elementary colors, elementary forms, flattened spaces, confusion between form and substance, space and object, base and work, art and design… It is to a clever mixture of genres and a joyful mishmash of forms that Nathalie Du Pasquier, since the 1980s, likes to confront us in upside down spaces. For the French artist and designer, a painting is at the same time an object, a space, and an environment, and the artifact must be one with its support. A presupposition that ignores the age-old antagonisms (or almost…) between abstraction and figuration, two-dimensional representation and volume, reality and simulacrum… Enough to make our heads spin and stimulate our most jubilant and disconnected imagination… 

Exhibition J
Until April 23 
Anton Kern Gallery – New York

Stéphanie Dulout