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A few steps away from the Pompidou Center

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Come and discover the universe of the Chinese Ink Artist ERIC DABANCOURT

 

Exhibition from the 16th to the 27th of Feburary, 2021

 

We are delighted to highlight the artistic universe of Eric Dabancourt over the next two weeks on the theme of nature and the poetry of the line. Eric Dabancourt, through his experiences with ink and pen, still observes the life of the line he creates, a furtive and instinctive birth. By mixing the material object with the factual trait, Eric Dabancourt intends to make sensitive worlds dialogue, in order to see how far communication can be established. Like a small theater of shadows and lights, obstacles speak to the paths, and become one, in the adversity of creation, endlessly subject to the vagaries of interpretations. 

In the rustle of wild grasses, Eric Dabancourt watches ahead, seeking a moment of life. Sea and sand share the horizon among a few clouds. There is no void, and this is the language that appeals to him when he hears his footsteps in the water. The Artist becomes a pilgrim for the time of a tide to smell, look, and discover 20,000 places by the sea. His line takes shape on paper grained like sand. The feather marries a few shells and its design takes on a new destination ... 

Focus on the work  "COUPLE"

Couple - Diptych of two Chinese ink drawings with brush and pen on paper mounted on dibond framed with two black American boxes - 60 x 120 cm © Eric Dabancourt.

"Couple" is a work that underlines the experience taking us further into a deeper meaning, going beyond the superficial layers. Eric Dabancourt intends to create a dialogue between solid and liquid, in order to see how far communication can be established. Trembling and fragile, the feather creates new links between two ageless beings ready to share their emotions, hand in hand. The Artist strips the blacks and structures his drawing in a poetic gesture where each stroke of the brush or pen structures the Indian ink. 

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