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Rainbow Gravity

While the exhibition borrows its title from the American novelist Thomas Pynchon’s masterpiece, it further relates to a recent theory in astrophysics postulating that light would be itself subjected to gravitational properties, which would have the power to deflect it as they affect mass.


The apparent contradiction conciliating the immaterial and the tangible at the core of this theory describes a spectrum, which could as well encompass artworks between transcendence and immanence, or ‘Gravity and Grace’ to quote this time the title of a book by the French philosopher Simone Weil.

The show is organized with the complicity of Galerie Jean Fournier, Paris

With Anna-Eva Bergman, Babi Badalov, Sidival Fila, Kapwani Kiwanga, Georges Tony Stoll, Kees Visser, Paul Mignard et Société Réaliste.

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June 20 – July 18, 2020