Galerie Depardieu (Hors les murs)
Quartier Latin
30 avenue Saint Jean-Baptiste
06000 Nice
galerie.depardieu@orange.fr
www.galerie-depardieu.com

June 24th – September 30th 2011

Open tuesday to saturday,
From 10am to 12:30 and 2pm to 7pm.
Monday from 2pm to 7pm. Closed on sunday





September 9th to 28th 2011

© Marcel Alocco

© Marcel Alocco

Depardieu Gallery
Hybridation, disparition, transformation

The Depardieu Gallery will present three monographic exhibitions of artists supported by the gallery from June 25th to the end of July 2011. The artists, Marcel Alocco, Jean-Pierre Giovanelli and Frédérique Nalbandian all of whom are concerned with the human body, especially its changes and transformations will be exhibited together before being exhibited separately, the work of each artist reflecting the other two.


Marcel Alocco

Marcel Alocco exposes a collection of his works on sheets; Draps de lit (Bedsheets) 1966, Eve vierge sur détissé blanc (The Virgin Eve on unraveled white) 2010 and Les Fragments du Patchwork (Patchwork Fragments) 1973.

September 30th - October 19th 2011

Jean-Pierre Giovanelli, Aïon & Chronos, 2011.

Jean-Pierre Giovanelli, Aïon & Chronos, 2011.

Jean-Pierre Giovanelli, Chronos - Aïon ou, Avant Il y a
(installation vidéo)

The artist questions disappearance and the apocalypse in his work : Can disappearance be represented in art ? How can it be represented ? What does disappearance actually represent?

October 20th - November 10th 2011

Frédérique Nalbandian, Cerveau, 2010

Frédérique Nalbandian, Cerveau, 2010

Frédérique Nalbandian

Frédérique Nalbandian favours experimentation with the materials used to build the model, and its disappearance. Manipulating plaster, soap, water and whiteness, she creates sculptures and installations in progress, works in situ and designs reminiscent of the concepts of origin, life and time.