Six artists share their “Bons Sentiments”04.09.2017
Fondation d'entreprise Ricard#art
The new school year is off to a great start at the Fondation d’entreprise Ricard. On the occasion of the 19th edition of its Prize, the foundation inaugurated yesterday “Les Bons Sentiments”, its exhibition bringing together the work of the six artists nominated by the exhibition curator Anne-Claire Schmitz. Until October 28, the works of Lola Gonzàlez, Zin Taylor, Thomas Jeppe, Caroline Mesquita (who signed the exhibition “The Ballad” at the same place earlier this year), Pauline Curnier Jardin, and the duo Deborah Bowmann are the subject of a “temporary cohabitation” where their singularities respond in all modernity. A cohabitation joyfully invested last night by the usual crowd of amateurs and professionals of contemporary art invited by the director of the Colette Barbier Foundation. Among them, Laurent Dumas, president of Emerige whose patronage action is well known, art critic Jean-Max Colard, exhibition curator Martha Kirszenbaum, and artists Fabrice Hyber or Maroussia Rebecq. At the start of the new artistic season, an appointment is being made at 12 rue Boissy d’Anglas so as not to miss anything of the “good feelings” of these artists with a brilliant future.