I have been selected to pariticipate to the next "Réalités Nouvelles" art fair in winter 2017. The exhbited artwork is "Sarran Laxman" dated in 2016.
The Salon des Réalités Nouvelles is an association of artists and an art exhibition in Paris, focusing on abstract art.
The exhibition takes place annually in October and ranks among the top Parisian art salons.
The expression “réalités nouvelles” --“new realities” -- was penned in 1912 by the poet Guillaume Apollinaire to designate abstraction as the form best suited to expressing modern reality.
Current abstract trends represented include allusive figuration as well as conceptual, concrete, geometric, gestural, haptic, lyrical, and nominalist abstraction. Painters, sculptors, and installation artists show one work each; artists showing smaller format work on paper – such as prints and drawings – are allowed two or three works apiece.
Since 2008, under the leadership of its president Olivier di Pizio, the Salon has expanded its exhibition scope to include a series of “Hors les Murs” (“Beyond the Walls”) shows in France and internationally (Beldrade in 2013 and Beijing in 2014).
The association’s governing committee, presided by Olivier di Pizio, is composed of the following artist-members.