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From 5 December to 31 January 2015

Galerie Vaudaux

Galerie Vaudaux

Vésinet - France

Presentation

The ONEIRO Gallery has the pleasure to present the first group show of the « Serialists » in France.

This artistic movement was created in 2014 by the artists John Franzen, Gryanne Stunnenberg and Gyula Sagi. After its creation, Conrad Willems, young Belgium painter and sculptor, integrated the group of the « Serialists ». The mentioned artists have received several rewards and have exposed their works in many art galleries and institutions throughout the world.

What gathers all these promising artists besides a real passion for art? Firstly, they refer to the series, to the consecutive consequences and to the logarithmic repetitions. Secondly, drawing is their favorite medium. Thirdly, their drawings are made by freehand. Their works are unique, traced with one breath, a prerequisite condition of life. The concentration and a repetitive act of inhalation allow them to achieve a composition of lines, the identical repetitions without any preparatory sketches.The artists are inspired by the structures existing in nature. Gyula Sagi, for example, has studied for a long time the life of the bees, the structures of the DNA also passionate him. The DNA structures become abstract signs which can be contemplated by looking at his drawings. Conrad Willems found his inspiration from urban life.

In this exhibition, three artists: John Franzen, Gyula Sagi and Conrad Willems will be exposed. It mainly consists of pen and ink drawings and drawing on copper.The gallery is glad to show three different points of view on abstract art and also excited to share their universe with the public.

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  • 1 rue de Verdun
    78110, Vésinet
    France
    +33 (0)1 74 13 31 01

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