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Visites Guidées

03/02/2022 à 16:00

    Date: Thursday 3 February 2022 at 4pm
    Place: Galerie Tanit, Gemmayzé, rue Mar Mikhael, Géolocalisation
    Registration: (78) 959670 ; visites@agendaculturel.com
    Duration: 1h00
    Language: English, French and Arabic

    Health mask required - social distancing assured.

    The visit is free of charge - booking is required.

    Number of participants is limited. 

    The tour will be guided by Elige Abou Youness, Communication and Project Manager

    “Joan Ill’s work implies reflexive revision of the concept of painting, questioning its limits while at the same time investigating and delving into its intrinsic possibilities and revealing its less evident side. He disrupts the usual perception of space and matter, turns the pictorial language upside down and offers us that which is usually hidden, the back room of the show.


    His works manifest a marked sense of balance, expressive restraint and sobriety. He’s not satisfied with the obvious, yet he expresses himself with a meridian clarity that affects both form and content.


    Always within the admirable sense of coherence that shows throughout his career, his recent production shows a splendid maturity, an increasingly subtle and refined use of his characteristic tools: transparency, hybridization with the photographic language, the combination of the manual with the technological… so that he manages, -especially in his diptychs and triptychs to transmit, to communicate something new, a deep sense of purity, an atmosphere impregnated with spirituality and transcendence.” - AICA member Raquel Medina de Vargas

    Les visites guidées de l’Agenda Culturel sont organisées avec le support de ArtScoops



    Galerie Tanit


    Gemmayzé, rue Mar Mikhael



    Event side1 top (square shape or rectangular where the height is bigger than the width)
    Event side2 down (square shape or rectangular where the height is bigger than the width)