in.plano artist-run space
62 avenue Jean Jaurès
93450 Île Saint-Denis
The show will be opened from Wednesday to Saturday
from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. or by appointment : firstname.lastname@example.org
Opening reception : Saturday, June 8, from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Noelia Portela (Persona Curada) invited by in.plano presents :
MAKE LOVE BY A TRASH CAN
An exhibition with :
Santiago Esses, Gabriel Moraes Aquino, Caroline Reveillaud, Felipe Vasquez and Carolina Zaccaro
And a special intervention by :
About the artists:
Santiago Esses (b. 1994) lives and works in Paris. He is a graduate of the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris. Esses' work consists mainly on installation, presented as sculpture, photography, video or sound. The formal aspect of his work communicates with notions of memory and dislocation of these unique and autochthonous symbols found in the geographic landscape he works.
Most recent shows include That Same Far Place, Chezkit & Persona Curada, Pantin, France (2018); In Beirut/18, La Maréchalerie, ENSA-V & ENSBA, Versailles, France (2018); Echantillons, DNSAP, Paris, France (2018); RATAFIA, Collectif 23, Paris, France (2017); Moquette et Papiers Peints, Paris, France (2017); A Little Push Paris, France (2017); DNAP, Paris, France (2016); Ola Kala!, Centre d'Art Contemporain de Saint Restitut, France (2016).
Enzo Mianes (b.1988) lives and works in Paris. Mianes's work takes objects out of their original context, thereby qualifying them with a fetishist dimension. His research translates into a poetic narrative, often related to the issue of disappearance - of beings, shapes, or matter itself.
He has shown his work in various exhibitions including the Musée Sainte-Croix, Poitiers, France (2015); Château de la Roche-Guyon, France (2014); Vortex, Dijon, France (2013) ; Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France (2012); Project Room, Centre Pompidou-Metz, Metz, France (2011); Castello di Lajone, Italy (2017). Most recently, he participated in the exhibition Crash Test: La révolution moléculaire, curated by Nicolas Bourriaud at La Panacée in Montpellier, France.
Gabriel Moraes Aquino (b. 1994) lives and works in Paris. He is a member of The Church of the Kingdom of Art, "A Noiva" (The Bride), and was baptized the 21st of February 2019 by Maxwell Alexandre. He is currently in his a 4th-year at ENSBA. Recent group exhibitions include Variations by Felipe Vasquez and Felix Touzalin, ENSBA, Paris, France (2019); Sketchy by Lucy Ralph, Stour Space London, UK (2018); Art as Experiment: Performing the School, Sogetsu Plaza, Tokyo, Japan (2018).
Caroline Reveillaud (b.1991) lives and works in Paris. Her next solo show will be in November 2019 at the Gallery Florence Loewy in Paris. Recent and upcoming group shows include Galerie Bubenberg, Cité des Arts, Galerie Eric Mouchet, Espace Topographie de l'Art, Paris.
Caroline Reveillaud is interested in the relation between an image and its perception. More specifically into the elaboration of a vocabulary of shapes based on image proposing to the spectator a sensitive reading of its own environment. The path through the narrative, indexation, and the development of the classification of systems are recurring elements in her body of work. Reveillaud materializes these ideas in installation work, video and sculpture.
Felipe Vasquez was born in Colombia. He grew up in NYC, where he obtained a BFA in Photography from The School of Visual Arts. He is currently pursuing a MFA at the Beaux-Arts de Paris in the ateliers of Emmanuelle Huynh and Nathalie Talec, with a focus on performance art, dance, and installation.
Recent performance works have taken place at: Palais de Tokyo as part of Do Disturb in a piece by Höel Duret/Tanguy Malik Bordage; Hotel La Louisiane; Beaux-Arts de Paris; Centre Nationale de la Danse, among others.
Carolina Zaccaro (b. 1990) is based in Paris. Zaccaro graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie d'Arles. Her research resonates with philosophy, music, and literature. Zaccaro's work inhabits the space between information and reformulation. Her practice addresses the processes of translation and seeks to explore its gaps.
Her work has been exhibited in Switzerland (2015), Malta (2016), China (2017), as well as in various French institutions and galleries including Faire Surface, (2016), Agnès B., Rêvez, (2017), Yvon Lambert Collection, Offshore, (2018), CAC Abbaye Saint André - Meymac.