2017

 

Más sol que sombra

 

Más sol que sombra gallery Les filles du Calvaire, Paris, France

On the occasion of her third exhibition at the Galerie Les filles du calvaire, French-Chilean artist Paz Corona presents a series of brushed canvases: portraits and bodies as vibrant as their style is genuine. Through this new corpus of paintings and drawings, she continues her formal research around the theme of identity while methodically exploring the possibilities of portrait. Here, the artist exhibits vague portraits and fragmentary bodies. She has no fear for the non finito, but instead likes to play with unfinished effects.

 
Art Brussels  gallery Les filles du calvaire, Bruxelles, Belgique

Art Brussels gallery Les filles du calvaire, Bruxelles, Belgique

 
 

Art Brussels

 
 

Camera camera

Camera Camera  Hotel Windsor, Nice, France

Camera Camera Hotel Windsor, Nice, France

 

2016

Le temps de l’audace et de l’engagement  ICA, Villeurbanne, France

Le temps de l’audace et de l’engagement ICA, Villeurbanne, France

 

Le temps de l’audace et de l’engagement -
De leur temps

2015

 

Face à face

Face à Face  The Harrington Street Arts Center, Calcutta, India

Face à Face The Harrington Street Arts Center, Calcutta, India

Sèvres Outdoors  jardin du musée national de la céramique , Sèvres, France

Sèvres Outdoors jardin du musée national de la céramique , Sèvres, France

 

Sèvres Outdoors

 

2014

 

La femme d’à côté

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La femme d’à côté gallery Les filles du Calvaire - 25 janvier - 22 février 2014

This exhibition evokes a theatre where women play all the possible roles from the position of direction to action. The stage varies: the interior of a bourgeois villa, the rooms of an abandoned house where stories seep out of walls and furniture, out of an artist’s or a photographer’s studio. Those women-heroines act in the shadows of streets lined with buildings, trees or a river bed.

The tone alludes to tragedies. But the end of the story remains in suspense and the interpretation open to the viewer’s own appreciation. Here, heroines don’t yield to the temptation that consumes Mathilde, the leading figure in Truffaut’s movie. They’re driven by the same blast as the artists that create them: without whose gaze or gesture, they could as well have stayed off-stage, aside, next door.

 

2013

Ulysse, c’est moi  gallery Les filles du calvaire, Paris, France

Ulysse, c’est moi gallery Les filles du calvaire, Paris, France

 

Ulysse, c’est moi

2011

 

Duo with Olivier Mosset

Duo avec Olivier Mosset  gallery Les filles du calvaire, Paris, France

Duo avec Olivier Mosset gallery Les filles du calvaire, Paris, France