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Aurélien Cornut-Gentille, Nathan Crothers, Jean-Baptiste Ganne, Alexandra Guillot, Paul Lebras, Ludovic Lignon, Emmanuelle Negre, Florian Pugnaire, David Raffini, Vivien Roubaud, Cédric Teisseire, Tatiana Wolska.

La Station, part II
From 29.05.2015 to 11.07.2015

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La Station, installation view
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In contemporanea con la mostra GAS STATION PART I presso la sede de La Station (Nice,) che vede la presenza di opere di Ennio Bertrand, Davide Coltro, Giuliana Cunéaz, Piero Fogliati e Paola Risoli, Gagliardi Art System è lieta di annunciare la seconda parte del progetto di interscambio tra le due gallerie: GAS STATION PART II ospita infatti nella sede di Via Cervino 16, dal  28 maggio all’11 luglio, opere di Aurélien Cornut-Gentille, Nathan Crothers, Jean-Baptiste Ganne, Alexandra Guillot, Paul Lebras, Ludovic Lignon, Emmanuelle Negre, Florian Pugnaire, David Raffini, Vivien Roubaud, Cédric Teisseire, Tatiana Wolska.

La Station è la “parte operativa” dell’Associazione Starter, il cui scopo è quello di promuovere le arti nella loro forma più contemporanea. Originariamente installati negli spazi di una ex stazione di servizio situata al 26 di Boulevard Gambetta a Nizza, da cui prende il nome, la Station si trasferisce nell’ottobre 2009 nella sala sud della vecchia cella frigorifera messa a disposizione dalla città di Nizza: una superficie di 1000 mq2 divisi in aree espositive aperte al pubblico e atelier d’artisti. Una dozzina di artisti in residenza vi lavorano, costituendo una piattaforma professionale a sostegno e diffusione della vita culturale e dell’arte contemporanea a Nizza, di attrazione e di coagulo di altre forme di d’arte cresciute altrove: in Francia ma anche in altri paesi d’Europa. Tra le attività si segnalano mostre, performance periodicamente proposte al pubblico, ma anche letture, sedute di ascolto, concerti, proiezioni video, conferenze…

La mostra a Torino è l’occasione per proporre al pubblico italiano alcuni artisti che hanno avuto riconosciuto il loro talento, come Jean-Baptiste Ganne, di cui si ricorda l’installazione luminosa per la Cupola del Gran Palais di Parigi nel 2009, Tatiana Wolska, attualmente in mostra al Palais de Tokyo con un’installazione site-specific, Florian Pugnaire e David Raffini, la cui Expanded crash è stata selezionata da Maurizio Cattelan per la mostra One Torino e Cédric Teisseire, già cofondatore e vicepresidente de La Station, le cui opere sono presenti nelle principali collezioni pubbliche e private in Francia e all’estero.

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Alongside the exhibition GAS STATION PART I at the premises of La Station (Nice), which features works by Ennio Bertrand, Davide Coltro, Giuliana Cunéaz, Piero Fogliati and Paola Risoli, Gagliardi Art System is pleased to announce the second installment in the exchange program of the two galleries: in the building of Via Cervino 16, from May  28 to July 11, GAS STATION PART II will present works by Aurélien Cornut-Gentille, Nathan Crothers, Jean-Baptiste Ganne, Alexandra Guillot, Paul Lebras, Ludovic Lignon, Emmanuelle Negre, Florian Pugnaire, David Raffini, Vivien Roubaud, Cédric Teisseire, Tatiana Wolska.

La Station is the “operative unit” of the Starter Association, whose mission is to promote the arts in their most contemporary expressions. Originally installed in the spaces of a former gas station located at 26 Boulevard Gambetta in Nice, hence its name, in October 2009 la Station moved to the south hall of the old refrigerating room made available by the City of Nice – a surface of 1000 square meters divided into exhibiting areas open to the public, and artist studios. A dozen of artists-in-residence work there, building a professional platform that supports the cultural life and contemporary art scene in Nice, which attracts and concentrates other art forms that have developed elsewhere in France, but also in other European countries. The events include exhibitions, periodical performances suggested by the public, as well as readings, listening sessions, live music, video projections, and lectures…

The show in Turin is an opportunity to introduce the Italian public to a series of artists who have been recognized for their talent, such as Jean-Baptiste Ganne, author of, among other things, the light installation for the Dome of the Grand Palais in Paris in 2009 , or Tatiana Wolska, who is currently at Palais de Tokyo with a site-specific installation, Florian Pugnaire and David Raffini, whoseExpanded crash, was selected by Maurizio Cattelan for the show One Torino, and Cédric Teisseire, co-founder and vice-president of La Station, whose works are included in major public and private art collections in France and abroad.