Yvon Lambert is pleased to announce the exhibition Scars of our Revolution, which will be held in the section On Paper from June 6th to July 24th. In this exhibition 5 artists, David Horvitz, Florence Jung, Sean Raspet , Brad Troemel and Andrew Norman Wilson will explore the contemporary construction of our subconscious.
The digital revolution has forced the individual to create its own new symbolic dimension. The overwhelming media, and even more their virtualisation, have utterly changed our perception of the world and have redefined our experience of others and ourselves. The different artists trace, almost topographically, the overflow of our current languages. In this subliminal analysis, they invite us to reconsider our comprehension of the invisible and imagination in an over-virtualized world.
Scars of our Revolution highlights the essential absence facing an unbounded communication. The artworks, not confined within the space-time of the exhibition – thus of representation – become pure presence. Draining out their elementary form, they expose the viewer to the very concept of disappearance.
David Horvitz was born in California in 1982 and lives in Brooklyn. Recent solo exhibitions include concurrent shows at Jan Mot, Brussels and Dawid Radziszewski Gallery, Warsaw; Peter Amby, Copenhagen; Statements, Art Basel; Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen and Chert, Berlin. His work has been included in group shows such as Agitiationism, EVA International, Limerick ; To Meggy Weiss Lo Surdo, Happy Hours, CO2 gallery, Torino ; #nostalgia, Glasgow International 2014, CCA, Glasgow; And I laid traps for troubadours who get killed before they reached Bombay, Kadist Art Foundation & Clark House Initiative, Bombay ; Just what is it that makes today so familiar, so uneasy?, LIAF, Norway ; Please Come to the Show: Part II (1980–Now), MoMA, New York ; Matter Out of Place, The Kitchen, New York ; The End(s) of the Library, Goethe-Institut New York Library, New York and Free, New Museum, New York. He has received the Rema Hort Mann Grant in 2011 and was nominated for the Discovery Award at Les Rencontres d'Arles in 2011. In 2013 he founded Porcino gallery in Berlin. This summer he will have a solo exhibition at Blum & Poe, Los Angeles.
Florence Jung was born in France in 1986 and lives and works in Switzerland. Recent solo exhibitions and performances include Que s’est-il passé ? par Sophie Lapalu, MAC/VAL, Vitry-sur-Seine ; jung29, Performance Art Festival, Bern and Hot Jam Hot Jam Hot Jam Hot Jam Hot Jam Hot Jam, Festival des Urbaines, Lausanne. Jung has also participated in numerous group exhibitions including Used to be USB. A multiple project by Rebecca Stephany & 40 friends, Rongwrong, Amsterdam ; Tout est bon dans le poisson par Random Institute, Réunion, Zurich ; Luc Andrié : Salle. Avec la participation de Gilles Furtwängler, Nathalie Perrin et Florence Jung, Espace de Andrés-Missirlian, Romainmôtier ; Tome 9 : Des choses en cours – Things to unfold, Preface gallery, Paris ; L’annexie, Espace libre/Gallery Harry Mugwumps, Biel/Bienne ; Staging Point, Piano Nobile, Geneva ; If anyone answers no : scream, Oslo10, Münchenstein ; Lustige Frauen Kunst II – Funny Women Art II par Rosalie & Maria, lothringer13_laden, München ; Salon de Montrouge, le Beffroi, Montrouge ; You I Landscape, Carré Rotondes, Triennale de Luxembourg and Social Love, Espace Saint Valentin, Lausanne. In 2013, she won the Werkbeiträge der Stadt Zurich and the Swiss Performance Award. She is nominated for the Swiss art awards 2014 in Basel.
Andrew Norman Wilson
Andrew Norman Wilson was born in 1983 and lives and works in New York. Recent and forthcoming solo exhibitions include Project Native Informant, London; Art Post Internet, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing; Prospectif Cinema, Centre Pompidou, Paris; #Voiceover, Palais de Tokyo, Paris and Kaleidoscope Project Space, Milan; Image Employment, MoMA PS1, New York; To Look is to Labor, CCS Bard/Basilica Hudson, New York; Movement Materials and What We Can Do, Tensta Konsthall, Stockholm & American Medium, New York; The Refrain: Medfield/Walpole, threewalls, Chicago. He has received the Illinois Arts Council Artist Project grant in 2012 and is a 2011 recipient of the Dedalus Foundation MFA fellowship and the Edward Ryerson Fellowship. He was a 2013 artist in residence at Impakt in Utrecht and a 2012 resident at the Headlands Center for the Arts. His work has been featured in Aperture, Artforum, Buzzfeed, DIS Magazine, Gizmodo/Gawker, Kaleidescope, The New Yorker, and Wired.
Sean Raspet was born in Washington D.C. in 1981 and lives and works in Los Angeles. Recent and forthcoming solo exhibitions include Untitled (Registration/PIN: G0009296/78GY76DM; G0009297/99ER43TB; G0009298/39ZL54SJ), New Galerie, New York ; New Flavors and Fragrances, New Galerie, France ; EntityΔΔ: Advance Viewing (featuring 2Registration::(ÒUntz'tled (Police Incident (7[c])) 6, (((2007-2012) 2007-2011. Ó) Ó) 2012) 2012 - 2013) ; Appendix Project Space, Portland ; OR Société, Berlin, Germany ; « Untitled (Sublet) », Bund Deutscher Architekten, Berlin ; Binder, Société, Berlin ; As If Written In, The Kitchen, New York, NY ; 20/02, Max Hans Daniel, Berlin ; A Brief History, Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami, FL ; The Generations, Daniel Reich Gallery, Chelsea Hotel Space, New York, NY; The Ones We Work For, Daniel Reich Gallery, New York, NY; A Modest Proposal, Daniel Reich Gallery, Frieze Art Fair, London. Raspet has also participated in numerous group exhibitions including That Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of at Clearing, New York, +/- at The Artist’s Institute, New York, Time Machine at M-ARCO Foundation, Marseille, France, Digital Infinity at Jessica Silverman Gallery, CA and Rematerialized at New York Gallery/New Galerie, New York.
Brad Troemel was born in Aurora, Illinois in 1987 and lives and works in New York. Recent solo exhibitions include F.L.O.W. (Freedom Lights Our World), Zach Feuer Gallery, New York; Customs, The Still House, Brooklyn; The Edwards Copy (1796 – 2014), Future Gallery, Berlin. Troemel has also participated in numerous group exhibitions including This is the Story of America, Brand New Gallery, Milan ; Two person with Isaac Brest, +1 (Art in General), New York ; Rematerialized, New Galerie, New York and Paris ; Brand Innovations for Ubiquitous Authorship, Caroll/Fletcher, London ; New Lavoro, Peckham Pavillion at the Venice Biennial ; Promotional Materials for a New Sport, Red Bull Music Academy, New York ; The Shirleys, Baboo Print Studios, New York ; Soon, The Still House, New York and IRL, Point B Gallery, New York. In 2011 he published his first book, titled Peer Pressure, as a collection of essays published through various journals and magazines.
Galerie Yvon Lambert
Tuesday - Wednesday from 10.00am to 1.00pm & 2.30pm to 7.00pm
Thursday - Saturday from 10.00am to 7.00pm
1 Brad Troemel, Sender/Receiver/Shipper/Consumer/Acquaintance #4 (6 Series 1 Lealana LTCs and 4 Casascius mBTCs), 2014, Sintra-mounted Digital C-print with front, mounted plexi, 58.4 x 76.2 cm (23 x 30 in)
2 David Horvitz, I will think about you for one minute, Ongoing project, 1 minute
3 Brad Troemel, Sender/Receiver/Shipper/Consumer/Acquaintance #5 (6 Series 1 Lealana LTCs and 4 Casascius mBTCs), 2014, Sintra-mounted Digital C-print with front mounted plexi, 58.4 x 76.2 cm (23 x 30 in)
4 & 6 View of the exhibition "Scars of our Revolution", Galerie Yvon Lambert, Paris, June 6 - July 24, 2014
5 Andrew Norman Wilson, an inquiry in the nature and causes of the wealth of nations - 365, 2012, Archival pigment print, painted frame, aluminum composite material, 23.5 x 36.8 cm (9.25 x 14.5 in), Edition 1/3 + 2