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THE REVELATIONS EMERIGE PRIZE PRESENTS : EN FORME DE VERTIGES

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The Revelations Emerige prize offers each year a real support to an emerging French plastic artist. The contestants have to be younger than 35 and not be represented by a gallery. The chosen artist gets to produce his first solo exhibition in a French gallery and benefit from a worldwide visibility. The Revelations Emerige accompanies the project from start to finish, from finding a workshop to producing the artwork and financing the final exhibition.

This year, the Revelations Emerige welcomes two galleries : Papillon (Paris) and The Pill (Istanbul), which will both be promoting the finalists. The Pill will select one of the artists to present his work in a solo show and the winner of the Revelations prize will be able to expose at the Papillon gallery as well as participate in a collective exhibition at the Pill in Istanbul. Emphasis has been put on international instances to offer a greater visibility to the selected artists.

From the 8th to the 30th of November, you’ll get a chance to discover the work of the 12 finalists in a collective exhibition called “En forme de vertiges”, imagined by Gaël Charbau, at the Villa Emerige in Paris. The prize winner will be announced on November 7th, the day of the opening. Take a first look at the artists below :

1 – Mali Arun

Mali Arun, Déplacés, 2011
Paradisus, 2015

2 – Laetitia de Chocqueuse

Laetitia Chocqueuse, Introrsum, 2016

3 – Marcel Devillers

Marcel Devillers, The stargate closes at 8:00, 2016

4 – Jerôme Grivel

Jerôme Grivel, Sans titre (kiosque), 2011

5 – Alice Guittard (which will also expose at Surfaces Sans Cible exhibition in November.)

Alice Guittard, S’en sortir sans sortir, 2007

6 – Luke James

Luke James, Walled‐In, 2015
A la lanterne, 2017

7 – Fabien Leaustic

Fabien Leaustic, Théinographie, 2017
Monolithe, 2015-2017

8 – Alice Louradour

Alice Louradour, Terrains dangereux, 2016

9 – Gwilherm Lozac’h

Gwilherm Lozac’h, Faire de l’art en école d’art, 2017

10 – Eva Medin

Eva Medin, Smars, vidéo, 2015
Sky monolith, tableau lumineux, installation, 2017
Solstice, installation immersive, 2017

11 – Linda Sanchez

Linda Sanchez, L’autre, 2017
Les bêtes, 2016

12 – Apolonia Sokol

Apolonia Sokol, Johanne, 2016

Find all additional info here.

 

Written by Alice Butterlin.