The exhibition Neither Here Nor There presents the works of eight artists who all share the same birthplace – France and who voluntarily migrated several years ago to New York City.

Not quite from one side or the other anymore, a nonnative constantly oscillates between two realities, fully belonging to none.Through mixed media, sculpture, photography and painting, the artists of Neither Here Nor There examine this state of being slightly “out of tune” and how their experience may have impacted their work over the years.

The exhibit also aims to highlight a common thread between all the works - a feeling of detachment of the human figure from its urban environment, within a context of personal narration and a touch of absurdity. The sense of isolation and fragmentation that can emanate from the works is nonetheless often counterbalanced with whimsicality and humor.

The exhibit is curated by Nicolas Touron and Fanny Allié, and includes works by Anne Mourier, Fanny Allié, Jeanne Verdoux, Julien Gardair, Marilia Destot, Nicolas Touron, Shani Ha, and Simon Courchel.


LOCATION: Radiator Arts
DATES: November 18, 2016 – January 20, 2017
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Radiator Arts 10-61 Jackson Ave LIC, New York 11106

Neither Here Nor There at Radiator Arts

When
Nov 18, 2016 – Jan 20, 2017
Where
Radiator Arts
10-61 Jackson Ave
LIC, New York 11106
Marilia Destot

The exhibition Neither Here Nor There presents the works of eight artists who all share the same birthplace – France and who voluntarily migrated several years ago to New York City.

Not quite from one side or the other anymore, a nonnative constantly oscillates between two realities, fully belonging to none.Through mixed media, sculpture, photography and painting, the artists of Neither Here Nor There examine this state of being slightly “out of tune” and how their experience may have impacted their work over the years.

The exhibit also aims to highlight a common thread between all the works - a feeling of detachment of the human figure from its urban environment, within a context of personal narration and a touch of absurdity. The sense of isolation and fragmentation that can emanate from the works is nonetheless often counterbalanced with whimsicality and humor.

The exhibit is curated by Nicolas Touron and Fanny Allié, and includes works by Anne Mourier, Fanny Allié, Jeanne Verdoux, Julien Gardair, Marilia Destot, Nicolas Touron, Shani Ha, and Simon Courchel.


LOCATION: Radiator Arts
DATES: November 18, 2016 – January 20, 2017
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