After handing the place over to Marie Beltrami in January, Alfalibra gallery invited creator of haute coiffure, Charlie Le Mindu, to take over in April. With his “Jizzz” exhibition, he marks his comeback on the Parisian artistic scene with large prints (made with photographer Jérôme Lobato). Le Mindu intervened on them with paint jets for a very punk result inspired by Jackson Pollock. In the basement, a change of atmosphere: within complete darkness, hair and fluorescent sculptures await the visitor. Among the guests at the opening were dancer Germain Louvet, Elodie Frégé and illustrator Antoine Kruk.

Photos: Valentin Le Cron
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