Redefining what a party is with Arlene Berceliot Courtin30.11.2017
Galerie des Galeries#art
This is a good reason to brave the cold this weekend : a festive spirit has taken hold of the halls and corridors of the Gallery of Galleries with’ Always Someone Asleep and Someone Awake’, the brand new exhibition imagined by the curator Arlène Berceliot Courtin around the festival. A cheerful and swollen helium skirmish. Whether it is daily, improvised, the result of a simple celebration of a prosaic time or the fruit of a certain exception, the GDG festival redefines its codes and languages through the trans-generational vision of French and international artists. Anne Collier, Ceal Floyer, Liam Gillick and Gabriel Kuri, Robert Heinecken, Amy O’Neill, Pierre Paulin and Bruno Serralongue thus propose to share a collective imagination, and to put a different glance on the syndrome of the festival, between feeling of ecstasy and tomorrow. Pierre Ardouvin, Robert Stadler and Philippe Decrauzat went to the party last night, at the invitation of his mistress of ceremony, Arlene Berceliot Courtin. Focus.