PINK BY, WHEN FLOWERS SAVE US

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For the art exhibition PINK BY, WHEN FLOWERS SAVE US, Muriel Fagnoni and Julia Gai presented a selection of works.

It’s through the prism of the color pink, that the exhibition “Pink By, when flowers save us. has taken place. From June 26th to July 5th, 2020, Galerie Joseph 66 rue de Turenne.

exposition PINK BY, Quand les fleurs nous sauvent

Through the nuances of this unique color, which shares its name with a beautiful flower, “Pink By” presents works that pay tribute to fragility and nature! But also to flesh and love. The exhibition will be hosted by the Galerie Joseph at 66, rue de Turenne, a unique space available for rent for events in the heart of the Marais. 

“A simple flower is a miracle,” as François Cheng so beautifully expressed it. Muriel and Julia understood that a single flower in a work of art would be a double miracle. 

Next to flowery works, pink loses its clumsiness. About twenty confirmed or emerging artists will recreate the surprise of flowers growing underground and those blooming underwater, with contemporary or ancient works, including:

Aloÿse Mendoza – Amélie Barnathan – Baptiste Rabichon – Brooke DiDonato – Danielle Denouette – Danielle Kwaaitaal – Dave Pollot – David Schermann – Denis Pochard – Dieter Belmans – Dorian Gourg – Florence Grundeler – Gaël Davrinche – GaspardCamps – Georges Braque – Guus Van Dongen – Isabelle Chaquis – Jean Marais – Lee Hang Sung – Lucie Valore Utrillo – Marcella Barceló – Marcus Chaloner – Mia Deng – Nicolas Jardry – Nogah Engler – Quentin Derouet – Raf Reyes – Roman Moriceau – Valentine Hugo. 

In addition, consistent with the artists’ desire to liven up art venues and bring them to life! “Pink By, when flowers save us” will offer, on Saturday morning and Sunday afternoon, live art experiences, art, cooking, and baking workshops for children on the theme of the exhibition.

“Pink By” exhibition at the Galerie Joseph Paris,
66, rue Charlot, Paris 3e 

June 26th to July 5th, 2020, 10.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m.