In the context of our partnership with Moly-Sabata, the Show Room's section prizewinner artist will be hosted for 2 months at their residency and we will be glad to welcome the AZUR ET BERMUDES exhibition curated by Joël Riff for Moly-Sabata / Fondation Albert Gleizes, with Caroline Achaintre works, Julie Béna, Jean-Baptiste Bernadet, Amélie Bertrand, Charlotte Denamur, Marc Desgrandchamps, Maude Maris, Stéphanie Nava, Eva Nielsen et Laurence Owen.
In 1917, Moly-Sabata's founders travelled nine months to Bermuda to celebrate their marriage. A century later, within an immersive blue horizon, let's bring back the caraïbean memory of Albert Gleizes & Juliette Roche taking cubism over the tropics. As the art fair just relocated and now overhangs the harbour, this trip is calling the fancy of an imaginary triangle, the coolness of a fitting item of clothing, and the reality of a tax haven. AZUR ET BERMUDES features nine artists from Moly-Sabata's recent program, around a ceramic commission by newcomer Laurence Owen.