The OAK gallery opens its new season for the start of the school year with a colorful exhibition!
The start of the school year is getting ready and the OAK gallery welcomes on its walls from August 30 the drawings of Marie Pierre Biau.
This multidisciplinary artist who favors drawing and ceramics was trained in drawing by Luc Peltriaux, director of the Academy of Drawing of Toulouse. In parallel with her artistic practice she created her own drawing school in Toulouse in 2010. His abstract drawings evoke infinitely small universes like so many imaginary maps. She plunges us into celestial or underwater worlds, leading us into a sensory contemplation provoked by her plastic vocabulary made of dots, lines and circles. An invitation to get lost in the infinity of the cosmos or in the underwater depths.
On the occasion of the release by Phaidon of a new monograph by Gaetano Pesce entitled The Complete Inconsistency , the gallery also exhibits a collection of rare pieces imagined by the artist for Zerodisegno and Fish Design in the 2000s. The pieces presented were acquired by two French collectors from Gaetano Pesce’s official galleries at that time and are offered with their original certificates and/or invoices. As Gaetano wanted, each piece of furniture is a unique work signed and dated where the resins of colors mix according to the process defined by this creator.
This exhibition also allows you to see or review the drawings of Sylvie Peyneau , including a unique and unpublished tapestry made by Chantal Mommejac on a model by Sylvie, but also the furniture of the Jardins de Rohuna d’ Umberto Pasti, the shell clouds of Sophie Brillouet , ceramics of Béatrice Garrigo and de Dainche , the functional sculptures of Yves & Benjamin Pagart, Hoon Moreau and Clotilde Ancarani .
A décor enriched with seats, coffee tables and vintage collectible lighting by Emmanuelle Vidal, Antique dealer specializing in design from the 50s to the 80s.
From 30 August 16 September 2023, 2 PLACE MONTOULIEU, TOULOUSE – FRANCE
Wednesday to Saturday from 14.00 to 19.00 h or by appointment