Tabac Le Reilhac
09. — 11.11.2018
Join us for the opening of the weekend-long photography group exhibition ‘Photos Authentiques, Romantiques, Magnifiques’ on Friday, November 9th, 2018, 19h00 – 23h00 at Tabac Bar Le Reilhac on 63 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis, 75010 Paris.
Three nights, three servings:
FRIDAY 19h00 – 23h00
With: David Brandon Geeting, Xiaopeng Yuan, Nico Krijno, Charles Negre and Melchior Tersen
One-weekend exhibition ‘Photos Authentiques, Romantiques, Magnifiques’
SATURDAY 18h00 – 23h00
With: Nick Sethi
One-night exhibition “YOU ARE WELCOME”
SUNDAY 15h00 – 19h00
With: Kamilya Kuspanova and Marie Déhé
The launch of “Look Into”, a double-publication by The Community Press
‘Photos Authentiques, Romantiques, Magnifiques’
A group exhibition with David Brandon Geeting, Xiaopeng Yuan, Nico Krijno, Charles Negre and Melchior Tersen.
Paris, amongst all cities and cultures, has developed such a unique cliché of being and acting Parisian that it has even grown to be a syndrome.
Even if Paris is continuing to transform into a more open and diverse cultural space, some of the old habits and narratives persist from one decade to the next.
We are happy to invite you to a weekend-long exhibition hosted in the Le Reilhac, a tabac bar located just around the corner from the original The Community. The exhibition marks our farewell to Château d’Eau before relocating to our new premises.
“YOU ARE WELCOME”
A project by Nick Sethi explores relationships between people and places expressed through a variety of readymade posters and an 8-year long photographic collaboration with Bob, Shuzun, Bilks, Nikita, Sonia, and Tania.
Nick’s installation will be presented at Tabac Le Reilhac for one night only on Saturday.
Kamilya Kuspanova and Marie Déhé
Accompanied by a text written by Haydée Touitou.
The third publication by The Community Press is a series of new works from two Paris-based photographers Kamilya Kuspanova and Marie Déhé. In “Look Into”, two friends study and converse about the self-portrait from their own perspectives.
Marie embodies in a very physical form of self-portraits an intimate exploration of her own body, gender and self in transformation depending on the context and technical medium used. Her photographs are sensitive to their nature while showing a realistic and spontaneous view towards self-exploration.
Kamilya’s work and self-portraits can be seen as a global collage-like approach towards visual narratives that deal with everyday magic, absurdity and mundane encounters. Her choice of using an iPhone places the images in a plane of technical and visual democracy. Kamilya often shoots in an observatory way, and her interlinked photographs manage together to form abstract ideas of humanity in the Information Age.
The launch of “Look Into” will be celebrated on Sunday and it will be the closing event of the weekend.
Hosted by Marie of Le Reilhac ❤️
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