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Ethereal | May 17, 18 and 19, 2019

On May 17, 18 and 19, Galerie Joseph will welcome the Ethereal exhibition for its 2019 edition. Coordinated by ImageNation, together with Innova and PortFolioBox, the exposure will showcase some of the most breathtaking photographs from renowned artists. The show will feature pictures from Justin Dingwall, Julia Fullerton-Batten or Alessio Albi.

A Daily Poetry

Poetry is, once again, in the spotlight : the Ethereal concept, born from Jacques Prevert corpus, intends to display the creativity made possible in contemporary photography. Curated by Martin Vegas and Laura Tota, the selected pictures will offer dreamlike visions, at the gate between reality and fantasy.

Femme pensive

A one-off choice

Nearly a hundred photographs, from all around the world, will display theirs most astounding pieces of art. Hyperrealist scenes from Julia Fullerton-Batten, bolstered by her unique lightcontrol, will share space with Justin Dingwall’s singular visions. Alessio Albi’s portraits, with their ability to catch the intriguing spark of reality will meet subconscious experiences of Brooke DiDonato.

Princesse sur une barque

A visual experience

The exhibition opens the gate to Loreal Prystaj’s sensitive universe, Maud Chalard’s sacred fire, or Szilveszter Makó, Ewa Cwikla’s visual essays. Flora Borsi, Krisztian Tejfel will bring you their perfect aesthetic constructions. You will discover how Paolo Raeli, Cristina Coral or Birdee highlight this everyday oddity that makes reality a daily eeriness.

Amoureux à vélo

In Paris’ heart

This new edition will take place in 116 Turenne, the most beautiful art gallerie in the Marais, the very heart of Paris. The vintage-modern environment of this exclusive showroom, one of the finest Galerie Joseph can offer, will proudly display this spring’s most anticipated photo show.

Flyer exposition Ethereal

Exhibition’s vernissage will take place on Friday 17th, 2019 from 6pm in 116, rue de Turenne, 75003 Paris. The showroom will be open on Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th, from 10am to 1pm, and from 2pm to 7pm. Admission is free.