A tri-coloured 14th of July!
Carte blanche to André Le Bozec, universal legatee of Guy de Lussigny’s work.
Red. Blue. White.
Fire, passion, life.
The sea, the sky, the immensity.
Water, transparency, purity.
Three colours which, through this group exhibition, link artists who belong to the same family: that of the absolute. Absolute rigour. Absolute construction. Absolute determination in self-denial. For one must be definitively humble before the force of form and colour
and colour that speak of the invisible with such subtlety…
The artists chosen by André Le Bozec for this “Carte Blanche” reveal a common sensitivity, dear to Guy de Lussigny. Like him, with an economy of formal means and these three colours, they explore rhythm, nuance, space and perfection.
This carte blanche is doubly commemorative, since Guy de Lussigny died on 14 July and, just ten years ago, André LE Bozec was given a carte blanche on the occasion of his donation to the LAAC in Dunkirk.
Hilde VAN IMPE
Exhibition until 7 October