VernissageAdrien Lucca, Pietro Fortuna et Émelyne Duval
From the end of May to the end of August 2023, two artists will be sharing the BPS22’s main spaces. Adrien Lucca will be plunging the Salle Dupont into darkness to better explore the spectrum of visible light, while Pietro Fortuna will be bringing together his minimal and conceptual works in the Grande Halle.
In the Salle Dupont, Adrien Lucca (Paris, 1983) will distort our perception in a vast installation that brings together the results of his research. As a trained painter, he uses light and colour as materials, drawing on techniques from the industrial and scientific world (spectrometry, electronics, computers, etc.) to create new forms and build visual experiences.
Glory VI - Au temps où nous n'étions pas des hommes is an anthology of the conceptual concerns of the Italian artist Pietro Fortuna (Padua, 1950), which will take centre stage in the museum's Industrial Grande Halle. The exhibition presents a new series of sculptural works created specifically for the BPS22; minimalist works born from the deconstruction of emblematic forms and their recomposition with industrial materials.
The last exhibition presented in the small space of the BPS22’s Entresol is by the artist Émelyne Duval (Lobbes, 1987), where she will exhibit her images that have been diverted with finesse, humour and poetry.
Vernissage op 19.05.2023
19:00 > 23:00
Access only from the Rue Clément Lyon.
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