Drawing now Paris 2015

Drawing now Paris ! Thanks for the invite :))
Great opening with L&L artists: Claire Colin-Collin and Rieko Koga ...
my discovery of the fair : Beverly Baker.
Old time favorite : Thomas Muller & Hanns Schimansky
The new star : Pius Fox
also featuring our respected Fb friends : Frank Badur , Mark Williams , Paul Pagk 
and the first lady in the scene: Katrin Bremermann - congrats !


 Hanns Schimansky


 Beverly Baker



 Pius Fox


 Pius Fox


 Pius Fox




 Thomas Muller






John Yau on Hanns Schimansky @ Hyperallergic


John Yau offers a unique perspective on the work of Hanns Schimansky, an artist who was born in East Germany in 1949. Almost entirely self-taught, Schimansky makes drawings that “just don’t add up in ways that we are used to, and find comfort in. I suspect that Schimansky recognizes such comforts are an illusion, that we can never construct a sanctuary that is perfect for every occasion.”

http://hyperallergic.com/58075/what-happens-when-there-is-no-center-and-it-cannot-hold/?fb_action_ids=4209001876638&fb_action_types=og.likes&fb_source=aggregation&fb_aggregation_id=288381481237582

DRAWING NOW @ PARIS




Clément BAGOT


Had an interesting day at the  DRAWING NOW in paris (artistic director : Mr Philp Piguet )

The official award winner for 2012 is Mr. Clément BAGOT  - congratulation!
Personally, i think the uncrowned prince of the salon throughout the last three years is Thomas Muller, i admire his work.

it was fascinating to note how works by different artists converse.
Thomas vinson - frank badur, Corinne Laroche - Pietra bloch,  Károly Keserü - Lucie Beppler, German Stegmaier - Hanns Schimansky  ( what a beautiful collection of works )

not to suggest the works are similar, but that the wide range of generations and mediums, creates a context in which each proposition gains in clarity and results in a concentrated dose of high quality drawings.  



 Thomas Muller


 Frank Badur


 Thomas vinson


Corinne Laroche 


Pietra bloch


Károly Keserü




Lucie Beppler. 

German Stegmaier




Hanns Schimansky