Emotional rocks and meteorites. Palette knife portraits of robots. Canvases painted in brown, paintings written with tin wire. An organised gang of small guys. Urban landscapes (can one live in France Relance?), pointillist visions and a bedbug booster. Resin, blobs and soap bubbles.
Without a theme or storytelling to tuck them in, the works gathered in Tous les jours give substance to feelings of déjà-vu, mirror effects, and to relics of today for tomorrow and yesterday. Against the art world's tendency to produce obsolescence and amnesia; portals potentially expand. A few uncanny waiting room experiences.
Press release courtesy Galerie Chantal Crousel.