Emily Harvey Gallery

NEW YORK 1985
USA

Série Lignes dans l’espace / Wood Cut Out

Opening :
Phoebe Legere performance, creation of a song about edible colors.
D.Selz, colored food event.

Exhibition :
series of straight lines and curves, and open circles.
Geometric shapes made of wood cut out, with added reliefs and colors.

Note :
around 1995, these geometric shapes will be reworked and will become the series spirals, double wave columns, zigzags in space and infinity of other incoherent lines : these shapes will be the support of edible ephemeral sculptures

© photos Steve Goldberg,DR, D.Selz
© Emily Harvey Gallery, NY

Thanks :
Jean Dupuis, artist
Emily Harvey, director of the gallery and founder of The Emily Harvey Foundation https://www.emilyharveyfoundation.org

Christian Xatrec, artist, curator
Gilbert Lascault, writer
Bruce Benderson, writer
Phoebe Legere, multi-disciplinary artist, singer, composer
French Institute NY and Jacques Halbert, artist and creator of The Art Café, NYC : where in June 1985, with  Dorothée Selz , they imagine the Eat Art show and the brochure.

 A very friendly thought to Antoine Desjardins, artist.

A very warm thought to Jean-Luc Poivret, painter (1950-2017)

Authors:
Bruce Benderson
Gilbert Lascault

Authors:
Jaques Halbert
Dorothée Selz

Série Lignes dans l’espace / Wood Cut Out

Opening :
Phoebe Legere performance, creation of a song about edible colors.
D.Selz, colored food event.

Exhibition :
series of straight lines and curves, and open circles.
Geometric shapes made of wood cut out, with added reliefs and colors.

Note :
around 1995, these geometric shapes will be reworked and will become the series spirals, double wave columns, zigzags in space and infinity of other incoherent lines : these shapes will be the support of edible ephemeral sculptures

© photos Steve Goldberg,DR, D.Selz
© Emily Harvey Gallery, NY

Thanks :
Jean Dupuis, artist
Emily Harvey, director of the gallery and founder of The Emily Harvey Foundation https://www.emilyharveyfoundation.org

Christian Xatrec, artist, curator
Gilbert Lascault, writer
Bruce Benderson, writer
Phoebe Legere, multi-disciplinary artist, singer, composer
French Institute NY and Jacques Halbert, artist and creator of The Art Café, NYC : where in June 1985, with  Dorothée Selz , they imagine the Eat Art show and the brochure.

 A very friendly thought to Antoine Desjardins, artist.

A very warm thought to Jean-Luc Poivret, painter (1950-2017)

Authors:
Bruce Benderson
Gilbert Lascault

Authors:
Jaques Halbert
Dorothée Selz

Technical information

Dimensions:
200 cm – 50 cm /  80 inches – 20 inches

Materials:
wood cut out, acrylic and enamel paint, oil pastels, reliefs

© Photos Steve Goldberg, Emily Harvey Gallery NY, D.Selz, D.R.