Oui, la peinture !

17 février – 27 mars 2022, MARAIS

Romain Bernini – Alkis Boutlis – Alin Bozbiciu – Gil Heitor Cortesão
Etienne François – Youcef Korichi – Kriki – Markus Lüpertz
Lucien Murat – Ed Paschke – Léopold Rabus – Antoine Roegiers
Pierre Schwerzmann – Terry Taylor – Anna Tuori

We invited you to join us, during this exhibition, for book signings dedicated to the art world

► Thursday, February 17
7 – 8 pm: Quelques-unes, Femmes de l’art contemporain en France, Anne-Martin Fugier, historian and art historian, éditions Gallimard, collection témoins de l’art
8:00 pm: Alpine horn concert by Léopold Rabus

► Thursday, February 24, 7 – 8 pm
Le monde des galeries, Alain Quemin, University professor in sociology of art, researcher at GEMASS – Sorbonne University, senior member of the Institut Universitaire de France, CNRS editions

► Thursday, March 24, 7 – 8 pm
Iris Clert, L’astre ambigü de l’avant-garde, Clément Dirié, historian, art critic and curator, éditions Hermann, art gallery collection
+ Performance by Félix Touzalin



9 – 12 septembre 2021, EVENEMENT

Romain Bernini – Alkis Boutlis – Alin Bozbiciu
Eva Jospin – Youcef Korichi – Kriki
Markus Lüpertz – Recycle Group – Antoine Roegiers
Anna Tuori – Anne Wenzel

Anna Tuori

14 mars – 6 juin 2020, MARAIS

Galerie Suzanne Tarasieve
7, rue Pastourelle F-75003 Paris


Anna Tuori

8 septembre – 11 octobre 2012, MARAIS

Tuori fashions her dreamy, magical landscapes through looping, undulating swathes of oil paint. She thins her oils and applies with a broad brush to give surprising depth and suggestions of perspective within a simple stroke. There is little sense of horizon in Tuoriʼs curious terrains, where horizontal and vertical plains hover back and forth, painted in saturated subaqueous, dirty ochre and vanilla colours. These suspended worlds flip between glinting night scenes and snowy day scenes, peopled by lingering, unobtrusive protagonists. Tuoriʼs cast of characters is painted in a fine, delicate hand and feel like miniatures through the play of scale in brushwork between figure and ground. The human characters are wraithlike with indistinct features. They appear to do little, observing and hanging around, accompanied by Finnish forest animals; squirrels, horses, owls and rabbits, a deer head, fairground paraphernalia and a snowmanʼs head with a Pinocchio-type nose.