Frédérique Morrel & Lino Lago

June 10 – July 25, 2019

In his series Fake Abstract, the Spanish artist Lino Lago plays with the imagination of the spectator. Classical or contemporary works? Lino treats his paintings as snatches of a Renaissance portrait through monochrome canvases where a finger would have removed the painting. Is the painter iconoclastic or is he the opposite?

Frédérique Morrel develops a discourse on the paradox of the values ​​of our consumer society. Her credo is on the skin of animals “life size” on which we see the poor become luxurious, the intimate become visible, the hidden become spectacular, the ugly become beautiful. Her animals are shown into international art galleries, private collections, Asian international shows and big names like Hermés New York and Bergdorf Goodman New York. Frédérique Morrel creates for the sharing and rehabilitation of the wise. At the border of all the arts and crafts, her “articles” speak to everyone, straightforward, with humor!