Nancy. The 6th Drawing Now price has been awarded to the artist Nancy Jochen Gerner, presented at the Contemporary Drawing Fair held until Sunday in Paris by the Anne Barrault gallery. This show is actually great contemporary art fair exclusively dedicated to drawing. The selection committee, composed of international personalities, demonstrates the will to develop contemporary drawing in all its richness and diversity. This is one of the most prestigious of its kind price. Brett Littman, executive director of the Drawing Center in New York and before that an official of the MOMA (Museum of Modern Art in New York), and influential art critic, is a member of the selection committee.
“I understand evil”
Jochen Gerner, 45, who lives in Nancy, was the first surprise. “To be honest, when we came to me and told on the stand of the gallery where I explained, I thought misunderstand. I had even forgotten that the Anne Barrault gallery I work since 2005 had chosen to make his focus on me. “Discreet, reserved, Jochen Gerner yesterday had joy in her voice. In the background sound, chirping birds in spring garden. Echoed these drawings he presented, birds which he did not really know if they are blackbirds, crows, pigeons. “Actually, it’s a bird idea, a variation, a reflection ratio between figurative and abstract. It’s part of my job. I do not often Observing drawing, but maybe there I watched the birds from my window, those on the son, rooftop … After interpreting, there are abstract shapes, mysterious … ”
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On sheets of notebook of India, with Indian ink Ink, funny bird Jochen Gerner, or old school maps he diverted to swallow, in the dark, continents or draw others are an additional facet of the creativity of this protean artist. “I have the impression that the committee wanted to reward is that we could draw in different ways,” he said. This is exactly what he does. Drawing illustration, children’s books, newspaper cartoons (for Libération, Télérama or Inrockuptibles, and even the New York Times), BD, contemporary art, it is exhibited in museums – it navigates freedom, and happiness in fairly fascinating graphic universe, which he alone holds the codes.
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“We had never worn a suit before The Last Shadow Puppets,” says Alex Turner, gominée banana ‘fifties’ as comfortable jacket and black pants that his accomplice Miles Kane in a retro cut azure together worthy of the Rat Pack in Las Vegas. Prior to 2008, therefore, and The Age of the Understatement first album recorded together under the name of Last Shadow Puppets, Turner and Miles were more willing jeans and polo Fred Perry, fittings with juvenile rock of their respective groups, the Arctic Monkeys Sheffield and Liverpool Rascals, pure products of culture “lad” in the north of England.
Parenthesis classy in their electrical careers, their duet of “puppets” refined their music as much as their wardrobe. Superb exercise orchestrated pop, the first game of the singers and guitarists borrowed the romance of Burt Bacharach, theatrical melodies Scott Walker, in swirls of epic strings dressing pace with their banter suburbs.
then returned to current affairs – confirmed the success and Americanized Arctic Monkeys Alex Turner, now a solo career, with ups (Colour of the Trap in 2011) and lows (Do not Forget Who You Are, 2013) for neo-mod Miles Kane – the just thirty acolytes took advantage of a break in a busy schedule to dive into the fantasy world of Puppets. Second chapter of their costume adventures, Everything You’ve Come to Expect found.