L'écorce des choses - JOUSSE

L’écorce des choses – JOUSSE

6 rue Saint-Claude, 75003 Paris
March 23 - May 4, 2024

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nathan bertet
(1997, Palaiseau, France) Nathan Bertet graduated from the Beaux-Arts de Paris in 2023.
He lives and works in Palaiseau. The relationship he draws between the images he paints and the places in his hometown that he has been wandering ever since; reflects his desire to get to know the things around him, from a tuft of grass to a slope, from a lamppost to a budding tree. These landscapes are painted only from memory, away from the outside environment. His paintings become surfaces where he can think about these spaces, where he reflects on them, where he practices them. Nathan Bertet has exhibited at the Beaux-Arts de Paris and the Galerie du Crous in Paris in 2023, and at the Sappling Gallery in London in 2022. He took part in the 91530 Le Marais residency in Val-Saint-Germain, France in 2021.


masha silchenko
(1993, Odessa, Ukraine)
Masha Silchenko studied at the Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg and graduated from the Beaux-Arts de Paris in 2021.
She previously attended the Odessa Art College (Ukraine) and Geidai, Tokyo University of the Arts, where she was introduced to traditional ceramic techniques. Her work crosses and contrasts drawing, sculpture and painting on canvas. Myths, beliefs, dreams and nightmares are tamed through a sensitive, narrative interpretation.
Masha Silchenko is currently in residence at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris, and has taken part in residencies at the Takifuji Foundation in Japan, Komplot in Brussels, ASA Studios and Achterhaus in Hamburg. She has exhibited at DOC, Betonsalon, CAC Bretigny, Exo-Exo, Palais des Beaux-Arts, Château de Vincennes in Paris; Rodeo in London; Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof in Hamburg, Germany, Casa Filipka in Mexico, Import Export in Warsaw, Poland; Artorama art fairs


simon martin
(1991, Vitry-sur-Seine, France)
Simon Martin’s pictorial work is built on the recovery and resurgence of details, evoking the contemporary world and intimacy. « Simon Martin lays on the canvas, the substance of what he loves. People, flowers, the rest, share the same languidness, recorded on surfaces with chalky ranges, with a thoroughly mineral sensuality. Through painting, he transforms the moment into imagery, using a fiercely photographic strategy, to do with writing through light.» (Joël Riff) He obtained his master’s degree from the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris in 2017 and studied at the Royal School of Fine Arts in Copenhagen in 2016. He is the winner of the Bertrand de Demandolx-Dedons 2017 Portrait Prize awarded from les Amis des Beaux-Arts. In 2019, he took part in Révélations Emerige and the Antoine Marin Prize.
His work was featured in solo exhibitions at the galerie Jousse Entreprise in March 2023, in 2020 and on the occasion of FIAC 2021 at Grand Palais Éphémère and in 2023 at the Peter Kilchmann Gallery in Zurich. He also took part in group  exhibitions at MO.CO in Montpellier, at Musée des Sables d’Olonnes, musée Estrine of Saint-Rémy de Provence, musée des Beaux-Arts de Dôle, MUCEM in Marseille, and at Fondation Pernod-Ricard in Paris. In 2021, one of this painting joined thecollection of the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris.


xolo cuintle
(San Francisco, USA, 1995 ; Paris, France, 1996)
Xolo Cuintle is an artist duo formed in 2020 by Romy Texier and Valentin Vie Binet, who live in Paris and work in Aubervilliers.
After graduating from the Ecole Duperré, the duo participated in a residency at the Manufacture des Gobelins (2019-2020, Paris) with the French Mobilier National. Xolo Cuintle produces works that challenge the boundaries between sculpture, furniture and décor. The duo create sculptures in concrete, transforming this solid, inert material into fertile ground for organically inspired ornamentation. Xolo Cuintle builds spaces on the edge of dream and simulacrum. They presented solo exhibitions at Saint-Anne Gallery (Paris) in 2021, at Galerie Chloé Salagado (Paris) in 2022, and at the ARTORAMA fair in Marseille with DS galerie (Paris) in 2023. In 2024, they participate in group shows at the Collection Lambert in Avignon, at the CAC Bretigny (Hors-les murs), or previously at the Beaux-Arts de Paris in 2023, and in several international fairs such as Alcova (Milan), Art Genève (Geneva), Artissima (Turin). In 2023, their work joined the CNAP collection, and in 2021 the Kadist collection.

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