À double sens? A double expo @ Lili Ubel begins next Thursday featuring the playful sculptures of Anne Claverie and her world of chaotic mix of materials on one side and those of self-taught painter Lou Ros on the other.
Colourful low-life clowns, portraits from a dating website where, despite all our efforts, ‘privacy’ remains a word of the past, nervous sex scenes and random faces are some of Ros’ works, which will be presented next week @ the central Parisian gallery.
Entering the art world from the graffiti scene over 10 years ago, Ros has evolved to focus today on the relationship between fixed and moving image, between the clear and blurry eyes of a camera.
Ros practices a very instinctive painting like that of the artists that fascinate him, through the colours brash strokes and compositions, without having a very precise idea of what the final result will be. He decides then to suspend his works even if they may not look finished, at the moment where the process suggests a final structure.
Highly recommended, Lou Ros’ paintings will be on display @ Lili Ubel until March 23rd, more info this way.