We continue this plunge into the entrails of the body and the soul in the work of Javier Pérez born in in Bilbao. Alberola has always plunged into the mystery of what connects, of what puts each of us in the middle of connections, contradictions, between the agitation of the past, the moment and the space, of what keeps us in a state of permanent displacement.
In contrast to almost all his peers at the time, however, Barré did not resort to dramatic, expressionistic gestures to perform this cancellation, as did the informel painters. Over time, he began to construct objects for this purpose — extensions of his body which increasingly expanded in size.
The Pride parade remains a political event for equal Gay black men come in every shape and style imaginable and against homophobia even if it tends to become a carnival, in Paris as in the others Western main cities.
Both from the provincial bourgeoisie, born respectively in and , they grew up distorting the meaning of words. We see the imprint of his coveralls, of the cutting block, of the axe he was wielding, of the log he was splitting, each of which has left its own recognisable mark on the plaster, and even fragments of itself large splinters of wood are stuck to the right-hand panel.
By Éric Mangion Not so long ago, a number of American art critics considered French art too narrative, tangled up in its fictions. Like the diptych Sans titre les images bulles , , Barbier uses the constituent codes of comic strips to generate a double language: one is seen, the other is expressed and read.