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Birthday Exhibition at Marcelle Alix
Isabelle Alfonsi & Cécilia Becanovic
4 rue Jouye-Rouve, 75020 Paris
tel: +33 (0)9 50 04 16 80
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avec / with: Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc, Élisabeth Ballet, Eva Barto, Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz, Simon Boudvin, Anne Bourse, Nina Canell, Éléonore Cheneau, Guillaume Constantin, Marie Cool Fabio Balducci, Volmir Cordeiro, Eli Cortiñas, Thibaud Croisy, Michael Dean, Jochen Dehn, Antonin Detemple, Iris Dittler, Chloé Dugit-Gros, Alexandre Erre, Aurélien Froment, Élie Godard, Lola Gonzàlez, Louise Hervé & Chloé Maillet, Armand Jalut, Charlie Jeffery, Ian Kiaer, Bob Kil, Soto Labor, Laura Lamiel, François Lancien-Guilberteau, Ronan Lecreurer, Myriam Lefkowitz, Liz Magor, Robin Margerin, Thomas Merret, Marjorie Micucci, Helen Mirra, Aurélien Mole, Charlotte Moth, Gyan Panchal, Baptiste Pinteaux, Jean-Charles de Quillacq, Camila Renz, Clément Rodzielski, Ernesto Sartori, Lucy Skaer, Matt Taylor, Maxime Thieffine, Hayley Tompkins, Sarah Tritz, Josselin Vidalenc, Marie Voignier, Emma Wolukau-Wanambwa, Raphaël Zarka, Zohreh Zavare.

opening October 30 2019

I’m nobody ! Who are you ?
Are you -Nobody - too ?
Then there’s a pair of us !
Emily Dickinson, excerpt from "I’m Nobody! Who are you?" (1951)

In the face of the robustness of reality and the absence of a magical talisman, we express — for our 10th anniversary — three wishes that should not dent the natural order of things:
that artists will be on our side, just as we are on theirs.
That our projects will be peaceful and subtle, regardless of their context.
That we will never forget our enjoyment and yours, even though one must repeat gestures and ideas within a perfectly identified system.
Without further eloquence, you are invited to discover all the gestures of the 58 invited artists*, who are all involved in our trajectory, as well as in the gallery life. Today, let’s continue to open up Marcelle Alix through this fragment that splits into parts, that multiplies or stands still, originating from one of the three poems that Marjorie Micucci** has recently completed, by thinking about what has so often kept her among us, within this framework that has witnessed the birth of a thousand stories, ten years ago already.

* The price of every exhibited work will not go beyond 1000 euros. Our desire was to gather around small-format works, first in order to save space, but as you will see, the artists’ involvement and generosity has largely erased this initial condition.
** Marjorie Micucci is an art critic and the author of six collections of poetry and artist books, including Lost journey ou le voyage perdu (2005, 2007-2009), À Paul Verlaine, Avant (2011-2012), L’Expédition friable (2014-2015), La baleine noire (2016-2017).

(translation : Callisto McNulty)

Our warmest thanks go to the 58 invited artists and the galleries who support them, and to:
Franck Balland, Thomas Bezias, Manon Burg, Guilhem Chabas, Margot Dallier, Julia Donaxi Mon Curano, Sonia Droulhiole, Deborah Galante, Lorène Greiffenberg, Juliette Hage, Salomé Jouin, Asako Kawate, Katrina Kufer, Adrien Lecerf, Ludmilla Lencsés, Laura Leprince, Bérénice Mainot, Louise Mariotte, Sébastien Martins, Sophie Mortreuil, Léna Ortiz, Catalina Peña Gomez, Leslie Pranal, Barbara Quintin, Yeelen Raynaud, Chloé Richez, Mathilde Rossello, Thomas Roussel, Samir (bar Le Pataquès), Camille Tournay, Sabrina Tarasoff, Camille Varenne.
Marcelle Alix thanks all the places and people who support the artists we represent and follow our program with interest.