The Catalonian painter presents an astonishing exhibition of Type-C prints augmented by oil paint. Each work, like his paintings, is unique.
Renowned for his chiaroscuros, Antoni Taulé's game is played between light and shadows in highly structured places, opening up entirely new perspectives. At the center of the image, a fountain of light draws the eye. Taulé paints in oil directly on the print: erasing a character there, adding an imaginary perspective there, and there opening a door into a garden.
After the triple exhibition "Interior" (2016), celebrated by friends Christian Boltanksi, Jean-Claude Carrière, Sarah Moon or Erro, "Insula Lux" marks a new stage in Taulé's work. Darkness fades; the light arrives and catches the eye.