Dear friends, We are happy to start the New Year by welcoming the exhibition “Recollection Memory” by Eliana Marinari, a young Italian artist based in Geneva. Her practice is based on a long tradition of drawing. Reinterpreting the genres of the landscape and the portrait as a means to challenge our perception of reality, her work reflects
PxP Contemporary is pleased to announce its first ever exhibition, ‘Pilot,’ which runs May 15 – August 15, 2019. Like the premiere episode of an exciting new television series, the directors behind PxP are thrilled to be bringing you a first look at our platform, our artists, and our curatorial
“Memory has the ability to create a visual representation of an image in our mind, to store it and to recall it. Recollection is a slow, controlled process that allows the retrieval of details associated with a previously experienced event.”
I am so excited to share with you my next exhibition! On December 6th, Cécile Kaiflyn, Eliana Marinari and Juliette Sallin invite you at Ressources Urbaines, 3 sentier des Saules for an exhibition including paintings and sculptures. The three artists propose to gather their personal sensitivity around the concept of
The balance of colours and shapes is what I am looking for, because I would like my work to be alive, my still life to have movement. Movement for me is a dynamic equilibrium.