SESSIONS is both a set of exhibitions and a series of events which intention isn’t connected to a defined curatorial theme but rather linked to a reflection on the emergence of new voices from contemporary art galleries, based on dialogue and collaboration.
For this first part of SESSIONS, we’ve chosen to show a work by Patricia Salen.
With the current situation of dematerialization and spectacularization of the market, of the art fairs’ omnipresence, of the auction houses and big trading names, of individualism and competition, SESSIONS wishes to be a collaborative and convivial event, in order to develop a sustained dialogue between art dealers but also with the other actors of the art world.
These sessions are developed in four thematic exhibitions. the galleries invite you to discover a vast panel of the contemporary creation during four successive evenings and numerous events, with a spirit of sharing and meeting.
After a decorative arts training, she met her double in 2005 and became “Pandora.” Pandora is like a carnal key, capable of opening the doors of time, but also the higher strata of consciousness. Her works, mostly in graphite on paper, bear witness to her temporal journeys and act in our eyes as vibratory fields. Her divinatory work - close to Zdenek Kosek in his cataclysmic perception - is already part of the collections of Antoine de Galbert (France), Amr Shaker (Switzerland), the Museum of Everything (Great Britain), and the Collection of Art Brut in Lausanne.