For her first participation to Art Paris, Béatrice Masi, founder of the Spaceless Gallery, is proposing a dialogue between three emerging artists living in France; the ceramist Olga Sabko, the artistic project combining poetry, artificial intelligence aurèce vettier and Quentin Derouet, a talented multidisciplinary artist who uses rose petals as a medium.
Artworks imagined and produced for this occasion will be presented, allowing the viewer to discover the poetic universe of these young talents. If the identity of the gallery is built around the relationship to the material, nature is never far away, and it will constitute a real common thread between the three artists.
About the artists:
Aurèce vettier, an artistic project that explores the boundless potential of artificial intelligence, seamlessly integrating it with the lyrical beauty of words and nature.
For the Art Paris, aurèce vettier, will unveil a novel iteration of the "Potential Herbariums" series. Whereas the prior iteration of the Potential Herbariums were showcased on a subdued off-white background, this new series presents the viewer with an "almost monochrome" experience. Through the deep yet plain black of the canvases, one can discern more intricate plant compositions, edging ever closer to a form of asemic writing.
Quentin Derouet, is a multidisciplinary artist known for his paintings that prominently feature roses in various stages of blooming. The artist shall unveil new works on canvas, created with a red rose, which he has meticulously created by hybridization for its exceptional pigment. Cultivated in his studio/garden in the South of France, these paintings on raw canvas range from the most primitive mark to the most expressive creations, all while poignantly questioning the contemporary act of painting and making art.
The creations of Olga Sabko, a student at the esteemed Beaux Arts de Paris, addresses the fragility of man and nature through her elegant sculptures. A sense of equilibrium and harmony emerges from the poetic accidents that shape these organic forms. With new productions and works exclusively crafted for the Art Paris exhibition, her works enhance the other sensuous and evocative pieces presented by the gallery.
Through these sensitive works, this exhibition shall celebrate the marriage between poetry, new technologies and minimalism.