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1 May 2017

By means of “Smala”*, her most recent series”, the artist invents herself a past representing her ancestors, forefathers, roots and her very DNA…
With collages executed in her own singular style, Séverine Métraz creates herself a genealogical tree made up of family portraits depicting a vast imaginary extended family, a tribe, a “smala”*.
* smala (Arabic) a family tribe


1 May 2017

The subtle colour of these black iron sculptures is related to a material, a time and a place. The construction of these works took place in the heart of the Amazonian jungle whose lush immensity is appropriately called “the green hell” and whose ambient explosion of colours has resulted in the creation of a work of scrap metal, shaped by the heat of the welding iron.

Petr Beranek

1 April 2017

Whether on canvas or on paper, the artist puts into play all possible techniques.
Initially, there is abstract gestural or action painting. In parallel, Petr Beranek applies his own personal “gumprint” technique – a long process combining photos, gum Arabic, paints and, finally, printing – on themes inspired by current affairs and the varying atmospheres of the urban environment.

Simone Monney

1 April 2017

In her new series “Eclats de Liberté” (Fragments of Freedom) on Plexiglas, the artist expresses the liveliness of a fanciful spirit, the joy of her urban discoveries. She uses mythical cartoon figures, movie stars, cult symbols of big cities as the basic support medium to which she applies an incredibly diversified range of colours and techniques.


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