Tuesday, July 5th from 6:30 pm to 10 pm
Exhibition from July, 6th to July, 30th 2015
Tuesday - Saturday 11 am - 7 pm
ADDICT Galerie & Laetitia Hecht continues her
programmation at the whim of her very favourites and invites today Sacha Haillote.
Energize spaces, that’s precisely the talent
of this interior designer, formed at Camondo. Sacha Haillote has a knack
for deflecting objects, vitamize spaces, scripting the everyday. Curious of
others, she gets her inspiration from artist like Julian Schnabel, Martin Parr and so many others to imagine the
first emergences of her projects. The wide colour pallet she unfolds finds its
balance through her taste for simple mediums, warm and contrasted. Every detail
is processed with a special attention. The
sceneries she creates each carry an authentic and original atmosphere.
Year after year, Sacha Haillote applied
to collect images and objects, asking herself how to give those accumulations.
She developed a curiosity for the aesthetic of industrial objects, for which
she likes to discern similitudes and experiment their combinations to create
work of art
Challenged by the aerodynamic forms and the
multiples colours that can take the building pegs she gives life to a character
that marked her childhood: Goldorak.
Then is born a series of works, reflecting the
nostalgia for a time when she admired the superpower, the dynamism and the
invincible nature of that colourful alien robot.
Thus most of her work interrogates the notion
of icon, not as a testimony of faith for a divine power, but as the testimony
of an admiration for the men and mostly women that surrounds her. These last
are glorified for their courage, their personalities, their character traits
and their assertiveness in our society.
Though her works she often interrogates what
is played out in the relationships between men and women, and what it reveals
of complementarity and influence on the identity.
ADDICT Galerie will present “AKKU”, an exposition of Sacha Haillote from the 5th of
July until the 30th of July 2016