Michel Nedjar "Intimités"

From 24 April to 31 May 2008

For 30 years, Michel Nedjar has been extracting the soul from rags, forgotten objects and other scraps of humanity which he revives in the form of dolls and soakes in a ritual bath in order to accomplish this new birth.
As a painter, his hand-to-hand combat with pigments and tars produces silhouettes of uncommon evocative power. He also contributed to the experimental cinema of 1970s-1980.s
His works are included in the collections of Art Brut in Lausanne and of Centre Georges Pompidou.
His exhibition at the gallery polad-hardouin, from April 24 to May 31, will showcase his work from an essential viewpoint: that of intimacy.