Exhibitions at WILD PROJECT GALLERY
During the European month of photography, Wild Project Gallery is eager to present one of the last series of Cédric Delsaux under the exhibition title Dark Celebration. The Series Underground Society (2013-2015) continues his exploration of recurring anxieties of humanity by plunging places and figures in a troubling obscurity. Shipwrecked and abandoned to their fate, the survivors of the Underground Society unveil current fears and obsessions made up of apocalyptic visions where catastro… more
During his emergence as a leading contemporary artist over the last three decades, Alvin Booth's work has focused almost exclusively on the human body as his subject, most often through representations of the female form. At the heart of these works, made in a range of media that include photography, film, printmaking and sculpture, lies his constant search for ways of expressing the elusive concept of beauty. Booth’s first artworks (whole-body casts of female models) were made in … more
The immediacy of Vee Speers’ imagery is overwhelming. In her past series, which capture the last days of childhood and then eternalize the fragile beauty of adolescence, faces look directly at the viewer to create a quietly dramatic tension. Wearing different kinds of costumes and masks, the proud boys and girls are transported to another dimension where the photographer seems to uncover their hidden secrets. Growing older, the children become glowingly beautiful adolescents with penetra… more
Izumi Miyazaki is a young Japanese photographer who captivates her fans on the web by her self-portraits that seem to come out of another world. Story of a phenomenon.
Japan is a country full of paradoxes, that does not stop surprising by its traditions and by its hybrid culture that ranges from "Kawai" to excess. It is fascinating to observe its ability to get out of the most dramatic events as two atomic bombs, a major economic and identity crisis, repeated earthquakes and tsunami… more
In her recent series IN MEMORIAM, French artist Sabine Pigalle pushes back the boundaries of codified territories such as painting and photography, portrait and landscape, ancient art and contemporary art. She’s part of a new generation of artists who travel between reality and fiction, inviting us to question our relationship to the picture. Revisiting the history of painting, Sabine PIGALLE creates multiple references that build up a simulated reality which can be read as a contempor… more