Culture The European Contemporary Art Fair (ST-ART) opens its doors this Friday. “20 Minutes” presents a (non-exhaustive) list of works or galleries that caught our eye Five surprising works or art galleries at ST-ART — 20 Minutes
ST-ART, the European contemporary art and design fair in Strasbourg, one of the very first contemporary art fairs in the region where visitors, collectors, art lovers, artists and professionals meet. As at As usual, it welcomes new galleries, young galleries, but also loyal galleries, and renowned ones established in the area. Strasbourg, at; Paris, France and Europe. ST-ART, which over the years has become an unmissable cultural event, is launching this Friday and until’? its 26th edition on Sunday. Difficult to make a choice among more than 70 exhibitors, multiple installations. 20 Minutes presents a small non-exhaustive list of works of art or galleries that have struck him. in the eye.
Finally this year, St-Art is setting up on a site at the height of the event, in the brand new Parc des Expositions in Strasbourg, a work of art in itself signed by the architectural firm Kengo Kuma and Associates. From the entrance, its vast hall and its spectacular nave, a first suspended work which already seems to have been created. to belong to the building as it is connected, a kind of suspended thousand sheets, Terforation,by German artist Angela Glajcar and presented by Stream Art Gallery, sets the tone for what awaits the visitor. Drawings, sculptures, video installations, Artificial Intelligence… The program is rich and the main part is made up of; photography, its relationship with the cinema or even installations at; mixed media.
Art for all
The opportunity to discover our favourite, the works in broken glass, Hammered Glass, by the Swiss artist Simon Berger, Masel Galerie, Brussels. The latter discovered a way to crack the glass without breaking it, thus transforming ordinary panes into remarkable portraits.
Or even the very colorful and surprising video of the ;Thai artist Kamita Vatanajyankur The Toilet, Arnaud Lebecq gallery. Without forgetting to take a closer look at the cut-out works, “mixed media”, of the artist Lis Sam, Bear Galerie, the Lithographic Impressions heightened at the hand of Patrick Hughes, Pop My Duke gallery. And finally, many works from the Kraemer gallery, which has the particularity of to present the most expensive work of the event but also the least expensive, as a wink to the eye. art for all.