Exposition : « Observations dans le noir » de Jorge MolderCommuniqué de presse
La galerie a le plaisir de présenter une exposition d'œuvres récentes de Jorge Molder, Observations dans le noir. Jorge Molder est l’un des artistes portugais les plus singuliers de sa génération. Depuis les années 70, il développe un travail photographique entre rêve et méta-réalité. Il interroge les tréfonds de la mémoire à travers des mises en scène de lui-même où l'on retrouve sous-jacentes certaines références cinématographiques, littéraires, picturales et philosophiques. Il joue avec lui-même dans ses images comme s'il cherchait à transcender sa propre identité pour pointer du doigt l'inquiétan...
Interpretation of dreams - Jorge MolderThe photography of the Portuguese artist Jorge Molder evokes a world in which memories are interwoven with apparent recognition and dream with meta-reality. His exhibition at the Calouste Gulbenkian Cultural Centre in Paris shows three sequences of his work: The Small World (2000), You Don't Have To Tell Me Anything (2006/2007) and his recent the interpretation of dreams, on show for the first time.
Jorge Molder often uses his own image, transforming it to suggest atmospheres that transcend the everyday environment of his life, and staging venues in which people he imagines can appear - his doubles, no doubt, different from him, yet not completely foreign to him. They open on to Otherness. At the same time they link him to his cultural memory – to the films, the literature, the painting and the philosophy that n...
European Photography - Reggio Emilia Human, alltoo HumanOn Wednesday 30th April European Photography meets again in Reggio Emilia. This annual international festival is curated by the art critic Elio Grazioli and promoted by the Municipality of Reggio Emilia.
Umano troppo umano (Human, all too Human) is the title and key theme of this third edition of Fotografia europea, dedicated to the controversial concept of the body, explored in its many and sometimes radically contrasting meanings.
As a result of our multi-disciplinary approach, numerous temporary exhibitions will be organised until 8th June 2008.These will be joined by a calendar of over one hundred events in the opening days from 30th April to 4th May, including lectio magistralis, conversations, seminars, workshops and performances in several places around the city. The photographers, artists and critics invo...