Interior mood

Umemoto

Sculptures integrated in private home - 2019

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The work of David Umemoto exudes mystery, stimulates the imagination, but at the same time gives a sense of reflective discipline. In the twilight zone between sculpture and architecture, these pieces evoke the feeling of temporary buildings and monuments.

Right, Dorothée Loriquet

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There’s nothing static about Dorothée Loriquet’s sculpture. Her biomorphic compositions rotate in space while retaining a vertebral dimension, particularly in her most recent works. “My main concern is not the contours, but rather the empty spaces without which movement would not exist.” Indeed, the artist repeats them to the point of breaching the material beyond the constraints of gravity.

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Dorothée Loriquet at Modern Shapes Gallery
Contemporary ceramics