Bétonsalon (Center for Art and Research) invited students from the École des Beaux-Arts de Paris working at the Atelier Claude Closky to conceive an exhibition in its space for an evening and a day.
Alexandra Eguilux, PCA Fine Arts Alumni, showcased her work at the exhibition Raccourcis et paraboles (Shortcuts and parables), which was held from June 1st until June 2nd at Bétonsalon – Centre d’art et de recherché.
Under the direction of Claude Cloksy, the studio aims to develop students thinking and practice using experimentation in an intensive, concrete way that compares the approaches of all students, regardless of their level of study, involving art history and the surrounding environment of the artworks in the process. Each student presented to the group a selected piece of their own work, whether it be an old or new artwork. Then a different student exhibits their studio members work and the colleagues in the studio design the hanging of the exhibition.
More info: betonsalon.net