Uniques en leurs genres
Exhibition view
Uniques en leurs genres
Exhibition view
Uniques en leurs genres
Exhibition view
Uniques en leurs genres
Exhibition view
Uniques en leurs genres
Exhibition view
Uniques en leurs genres
Exhibition view
Uniques en leurs genres
Exhibition view
Uniques en leurs genres
Exhibition view
Uniques en leurs genres
Exhibition view
Gode dit à cannelures, circa 1965
Pierre MOLINIER
Gode dit à cannelures, circa 1965
Vintage silver print
Image: 3.5 x 5.1 in (10 x 12.3 with frame)
Unique artwork
Tampon
Elle , 1971
Joan RABASCALL
Elle , 1971
Emulsified canvas
101 x 120 cm
Unique artwork
Sans titre, 1950 - 1980
Miroslav TICHY
Sans titre, 1950 - 1980
Vintage gelatin silver print, gouache, marker on paper
Image: 7,9 x 5,7 inches
Unique artwork
Sans Titre, 1950 - 1980
Miroslav TICHY
Sans Titre, 1950 - 1980
vintage gelatin silver print
Unique artwork
The Wedding, 2006
Boris MIKHAILOV
The Wedding, 2006
Case History
diptych, C-Print
Unique artwork
Nude pl09, 2012
Thomas RUFF
Nude pl09, 2012
C-Print
Exemplaire N° 1/5 + 2 AP
Curieuse (variante), circa 1968
Pierre MOLINIER
Curieuse (variante), circa 1968
Vintage silver print
Image: 5.4 x 5 in
Unique artwork
La Rose blanche, circa 1965
Pierre MOLINIER
La Rose blanche, circa 1965
Original silver print
Image: 4.48 x 3.30 in (11,8 x 10,6 in framed)
Unique artwork
sans titre (Marie), Circa 1940
Eugene Von BRUENCHENHEIN
sans titre (Marie), Circa 1940
tirage argentique (tirage unique original)
Unique artwork


Unique in their genders, curated by Stéphane Corréard

 

An exhibition in four spaces :

FRONTSPACE - Marcel Bascoulard // Un autre monde
SQUARESPACE - Pierre Molinier // Photographies et œuvres sur papier
VIDEOSPACE - Photos d'Identités // with Morton BARTLETT, Eugene Von BRUENCHENHEIM, Hans BELLMER, Julien CARREYN, Michel JOURNIAC, John KAYSER, Boris MIKHAÏLOV, Miroslav TICHY
MAINSPACE - Sexe au Logis // with Hélène DELPRAT, Roe ETHRIDGE, Joan RABASCALL, Thomas RUFF, Betty TOMPKINS


« To walk through his door didn’t mean wandering into a fringe world, it meant crossing the threshold of another world » Bourgeade wrote regarding Pierre Molinier, a tutelary figure of this exhibition.

This « other world » is that of self-eroticism, of personality games, of the domestic space as a theatre for the most intimate fantasies. In this space, all variations are conceivable, the roles aren’t as set as they are on the outside : in the shadowy light of the home, reality can reflect many surprises.

Excerpt from the press release written by Stéphane Corréard