Clay Apenouvon, Vincent Rosenblatt, Jeanne Susplugas
For Art-o-rama, Homaar exhibits its latest collaborations. Sculptures, silkscreens and photographs that evoke the inner torments, the definitive attachment to hope that wavers between addiction and freedom. The gallery invites artists to produce artworks in edition to join the Homaar collection.
Jeanne Susplugas raises the subjects of daily solitude and addictions to divert them into ironic and striking objects. She presents a sculpture of the chemical formula of ethanol.
Vincent Rosenblatt captures the energy and gestures of the youth who animate the nights of the Bailes Funk in Rio. He records in the movements of the crowd, the revealing details of the thirst for freedom; making of each of his subjects, anonymous icons that shine in the night.
Clay Apenouvon usually explores topical subjects that raise disenchantment and paradoxes. He exposes illusions and mobilizes the hope that feeds the will. For this edition, he appeals to famous icons, Afro-American boxers, figures of hope and determination in fights arbitrated by the conscience itself.
The Homaar editions bring together the approaches of dissimilar artists and thus capture in a universal way the obsessions inherent in our time. Homaar put a lot of thoughts into the variety of mediums and formats easy to live with.