lundi Closed except Monday 20 June 2022
mardi 11:00 – 19:00
mercredi 11:00 – 19:00
jeudi 11:00 – 19:00
vendredi 11:00 – 19:00
samedi 12:30 – 19:00
The Espace Art Absolument is a place of exchange, exhibition and sale of works of art as part of the continuity of the work carried out by the magazine, in particular as regards aesthetic diversity and a presence of consecrated literature. to art, with a choice of works on site.
Located at 11, rue Louise Weiss in the 13th arrondissement of Paris opposite Station F, it also hosts meetings of the Amis d'Art Absolument, of which we invite you to become members.
From June 9 to September 17, 2022
"I don't know where I'm going: I'm not an artist to find myself stuck in certainties", says Joël Andrianomearisoa during his interview with the magazine Art Absolument. From June 9, 2022, carte blanche is granted to this artist from Madagascar. If we look at the evolution of his work, from his first textile works, directly inspired by his stylistic period, to the "flat sculptures » that he explores today, we quickly realize that he is not attached to any particular technique and that, like an alchemist in search of the philosopher's stone, he does not hesitate to help on all the forms that could bring another color to his plastic universe. In 2019, the artist opened his first Malagasy pavilion at the Venice Biennale. At the same time, he opened the art center in the capital of Madagascar, Hakanto Contemporary.
From 14 April to 28 May 2022
Prix Art Absolument@Drawing Factory
Odonchimeg Davaadorj and Quentin Spohn
From March 15 to April 2; 2022
L'Art Absolument, 20 years with the artists
List des exhibited artists
Ayman Baalbaki, Carole Benzaken, Jacques Bosser, François Bouillon, Mark Brusse, Damien Cabanes, Philippe Cognée, Marc Couturier, Degann, Jean Le Gac, François Jeune, Peter Klasen, Christian Lapie, Najia Mehadji, Jean Michel Meurice, Yazid Oulab, Bruno Pédurand, Ernest Pignon- Ernest, Jean Pierre Raynaud, Judit Reigl, Vladimir Skoda, Barthélémy Toguo.
Sunday March 20 afternoon we celebrated the 20th anniversary of the review Absolument with the artists