|January 21 - March 12, 2016
Opening Thursday January 21th, 6-9pm
Tiphanie Kim Mall presents a series of photographic works. The images, taken by the artists over a period of three years, are distributed in clusters across individual inkjet prints on paper. Mall also presents a new silent video work which was made at a vocational school in the north of Paris, the setting of the artist's day job.
Timothée Calame has spent the days leading up to the exhibition working at the gallery to create a canopy-like paper work. The large rectangular plane, made through conjoining sheets of paper and wood, has been suspended with transparent fishing wire from the gallery's rafters.
Samuel Jeffery presents works from his ongoing series of box sculptures. The basic form of a four walled container is achieved through heating and folding plastic to create units of close dimensions. They are carefully decorated with various, horizontal stripe designs.
Tiphanie Kim Mall was born in 1987 in Basel. She lives and works in Paris.
Timothée Calame was born in Geneva in 1991 where he lives and works.
Samuel Jeffery was born in Blackpool (UK) in 1987. He currently lives and works in Berlin.
The exhibition was proposed by Emil Michael Klein.
|Location:||Gaudel de Stampa
49, quai des Grands Augustins
M° Saint-Michel, Odéon, Pont Neuf
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|Date:||Thursday, January 21, 2016|