Itinéraires de l’Oeil
"L'Atelier" presents the exhibition "Itineraires de l'oeil" from 17th July to 30th September 2021. The starting point of the event is a private collection of stereoscopic "viewers" and photographs from the 1960s and 1970s. The viewers are made of coloured plastic and the stereoscopic plates are displayed on the walls of the gallery in a resolutely "Pop" style. New series from Diane Ducruet "Mother & Daughter playing dough" from her Contemporary photographic family album will be also exhibited.
Mother & Daughter playing dough series
Series of 12 Ink-jet prints on cotton paper (Hahnemuehle) to be viewed with anaglyph glasses.
L’Atelier was inaugurated in Montignac-Lascaux, Dordsogne, France, on 16th September 2018, by Diane Ducruet and Emmanuel Martins In addition to its status as a photo studio, L’Atelier-studio, offers several exhibitions during all year long, and has initiated multiple residency projects by bringing together the approaches of of artists (visual, plastic and performing arts) and a and performing arts) and a reflection on the territory. The results take the form of exhibitions, installations, performances, projection or reading. L’Atelier is a resource centre that produces, and disseminates the objects resulting from residencies and exhibitions.
“After studying art history at the Ecole du Louvre, Philippe Nolde joined the Liliane and Michel Durand-Dessert gallery, which was devoted to contemporary art. In the early 1990s, he directed a contemporary photography gallery and exhibited the work of the British photographer Martin Parr for the first time in France. He was appointed Exhibition Manager at the future Maison Européenne de la Photographie and collaborated in the elaboration of numerous exhibitions: notably the important retrospective, “Pierre et Gilles” before joining “La Mission 2000 en France” for the event “La Beauté” in Avignon. “