Ludovic Beillard, Mols 1 & Mols 2, 2021, wood (oak) on cushion, 65x65cm


Ludovic Beillard, ​Mols 1, 2021, wood (oak) on cushion, 65x65cm

Ludovic Beillard, ​Mols 2, 2021, wood (oak) on cushion, 65x65cm

‘The art of Ludovic Beillard (born in 1982, France) leads to a universe where stories, legends, theatre of the absurd and medieval imaginations combine with our contemporary era in its most brutal and foggy way: the artist seeks in his contemporaries how the cases of people seeking to move away from society evolve and externalise, such as in the past, Franciscan monks, recluses and today, "enlightened" characters, mole men living in the basements of cities, etc. He is particularly interested in how they build their living environment according to their means, creating real sets for a theatre of which they would be the only spectators.’

Part of the exhibition:


Ludovic Beillard, Jot Fau, Gotscha Gosalishvili, Charles Hascoët, Delphine Hennelly, Klara Hobza, Clara-Lane Lens, Lukas Luzius Leichtle, Charles Reynolds, Julien Saudubray, Łukasz Stokłosa, Yann Nirvana Yoy & Kyvèli Zoi

Launched mid-January 2023

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