Curated by Michelle Grabner.
With Sara Anstis, Lucas Arruda, Joseph Dadoune, Marc Desgrandchamps, Mimosa Echard, Vincent Gicquel, Karine Hoffman, Junya Ishigami, Paul Kindersley, Jérémy Liron, Rosilene Luduvico, Dora Maar, Flora Moscovici, Alexandre Benjamin Navet, Lisa Oppenheim, Kim L Pace, Gina Pane, Tere Recarens, Jérôme Robbe, Samuel Trenquier, Natsuko Uchino, Edouard Villemagne, Edouard Wolton, Janna Zhiri.
Photo credit : Tadzio
First major catalogue/monograph on the French artist: an overview of Molinero's dual work, which both reflects on the academic history of sculpture and refers to pop culture, especially science fiction, splatter films, and crime news.
Edited by Paul Bernard.
Texts by Anita Molinero, Paul Bernard, Anne Dressen, Valérie Mavridorakis, Vinciane Despret, with a contribution by Winshluss.
Published by Galerie Thomas - Cortex Athletico, Paris with the collaboration of Musée des beaux-arts of La-Chaux-de-Fonds, 19 Crac, Montbéliard, l'École municipale des beaux-arts / galerie Édouard Manet, Gennevilliers.
His project entitled "It belongs in a museum" will be produced in Mexico in 2019 and exhibited in 2020 at Palais de Tokyo, along with a monographic catalogue.
Fictional story-installation, this project starts with the rewriting of Christophe Colombus arrival on the American continent. The artist imagine an uchronia where the ratio of power between the West and old Americas would not have existed.
Queda mucho pasado por delante. Oroi,
Group show, Colección Artium
Bandes à part
Group show, curating : Sandra Patron
Sous l'ombre des vagues, la vie de Debussy
Group show on the occasion of Debussy's centenary, Saint-Germain-en-Laye
Picture : Rolf Julius, Orange Cello (Sound Cooking), 1984/ 2017