Quatre idées d’expositions à découvrir ce week-end à Bordeaux
Under the leadership of Connectif creative platform, eight artists from different countries take over the Mably chapter house on the theme “The being of love, love letters/choreography of matter”.
Until November 24, 3, rue Mably, Bordeaux. Free admission every day from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
The Indigo Series by Chris Pillot
Art’Gentiers Born in 1966 in Île-de-France, passed through the benches of the School of Fine Arts in Toulouse and those of the University of Plastic Arts in Bordeaux-Montaigne, Chris Pillot lived for many years in Senegal before return to France, to Bordeaux where she set up her studio in 2009. This month, we find her at the Galerie des Art’Gentiers with a series of unpublished canvases crossed by sinuous lines whose rhythmic alternations have generated kinetic vibrations and poetic.
“Indigo” until December 3, Art’Gentiers, 24, rue des Argentiers, Bordeaux. Free admission from Tuesday to Saturday from 2 to 7 p.m. art-gentiers.com
Jean-Marie Cartereau, between dog and wolf
Guyenne Art Gascony Gallery Jean-Marie Cartereau develops from the Var a work that is divided between oil paintings and drawings made in pencil and pigments. After a first presentation at the Guyenne art gascogne gallery in 2019, the visual artist is back with sixteen recent works like so many images that guide us in constantly changing lands.
“Transfiguration and diversion” until December 3, 32, rue Fondaudège in Bordeaux. Free entry from Wednesday to Saturday from 2 to 7 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. galeriegag.fr
7 managers – 7 artists – 1 exhibition
Gallery workshop R+1 Meticulous, attentive and respectful of the productions of the artists they help to highlight, the managers are in the spotlight of a collective exhibition imagined by Cristian Tyas, manager at the Frac Nouvelle-Aquitaine Méca. Installed in the Saint-Jean district, within the walls of the studio-gallery of the artist Bertrand Larrivière, the proposal crosses the paintings, drawings, photographs and sculptures of seven of these key players in the preventive conservation of works who are also plastic surgeons.