Exhibition of the monumental work L.U.C.A., previously exhibited at the Academy of fine arts in Riga, in the Hall of Liepaja Opera (Great Amber Konzerthalle), in partnership with theInstitut français de Lettonie. A performance came to accompany the opening of the exhibition to the public. A way to make dialogue music, dance and painting in an emblematic place of the Latvian cultural scene.
At the third exhibition organized at its historic headquarters in Boulevard Haussman, the Crédit du Nord group, which regularly supports artists, invited Silvère Jarrosson to display his work in its monumental lobby.
This provided an opportunity to create a set of large canvases specially sized to match the space. The project proposed by Silvère Jarrosson is a outsized affirmation of his Figures–this time exceeding the dimensions of human anatomy. A new form of meta corporal gestural painting can then be invented.
This second exhibition of Silvère Jarrosson at the vanities Gallery was an opportunity to sit a pictorial style already developed ten months earlier during his first exhibition in these places. Here the renewal took place in particular by a new work of the color and a more radical approach of the composition.
The title of the exhibition, closing in the passage of time and its sudden stop, underlined the parallel between the frozen works of Silvère Jarrosson and the photographs of dancers presented by Julien Benhamou in a second part of the Gallery.