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CHARLES Hascoët, large-format artist

26th June – 4th July 2020 | 123, rue de Turenne, Paris
It is at the Gallery Joseph at 123, rue de Turenne that Ferdinand Gros exhibits his artist. Thanks to his “Superzoom” initiative, an artist with many talents: Charles Hascoët. 

Charles Hascoët was inspired by a verse by Philippe Denis, taken from “Cahier d’ombres collection (1974)” for the title of his exhibition: “Je longe mon souffle” (I follow my breath).

Coming from the Beaux-Arts de Paris, the artist relates his daily life, his feelings and emotions through works created for this solo show, leaving the interpretation of his paintings to the viewer. 

Ferdinand Gros created Superzoom with the aim of promoting emerging artists. After working at Christie’s in the Post-War & Contemporary Art department and then at the Marianne Boesky gallery in New York, he returned to France and transcribed his inspirations in the heart of the capital to bring a new eye to the Parisian art scene. 

Thanks to superzoom, Ferdinand Gros exhibited Charles Hascoët, from June 26 to July 4, who lives and works in New York and in Clichy, where he set up his artist’s studio in POUSH – Manifesto.