Frank Perrin, Adel Abdessemed, Tess Perrin, Armelle Leturcq


By Crash

A new exhibition opened on Friday September 18th at 22Visconti, art space run by Frank Perrin and Armelle Leturcq in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, an occasion to celebrate marginal creative minds who are shaping the future of contemporary art. Entitled “Mauvaises Graines”, the show welcomed young artists Lukas Ionesco and his fiancée Clara Benador who work together on automatic drawings, photography and poems, Gil Lesage who has been photographing her relatives for more than twenty years, Pierre Lautier, Lou Lesage who crafts sensual ghostly women’s busts, Julia Champeau who delivers a sort of strange photographic diary and Pierre Emery who creates poetic distorted collages… all surrounding Frank Perrin who presented his new series “Blind Test” made of political images covered in braille.

“An untimely, irreverent exposure to a period of generalized control and domestication. A punk and protean kick in the conformism that surrounds us, with photos, drawings, paintings, videos, poems, ceramics, collages, music… The bad seeds freely attack all segments of creation…”

Discover the photos of the opening below.

Lou Lesage

Clara Benador

Jean-Benoît Dunckel, Frank Perrin

Lukas Ionesco

Jean-Benoît Dunckel

Armelle Leturcq, Mirwais

ANTHA, Alexandra Dezzi, Armelle Leturcq

Angèle Metzger

Nassim Guizani

Nikita Sereda

Alexandra Dezzi, Armelle Leturcq, Frank Perrin, Jean-Benoît Dunckel, ANTHA, Mirwais

Photos by Julien Pallarès.

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