Philippe Parreno had Speech Bubbles (Fuchsia) exhibited at Art Basel 2015 at Esther Schipper, the design gallery in Berlin. Besides Philippe, the Esther Schipper represents another creative designers like Angela Bulloch, Gabriel Kuri, Pierre Huyghe and many others.
This year for Art Basel, the gallery brought Speech Bubbles that caught a lot of attention from the visitors.
Philippe Parreno is a French artist that creates artworks that question the boundaries between reality and fiction, exploring the nebulous realm in which the real and the imagined blur and combine.He graduated from the Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Grenoble in 1988 and in 1989 from Institut des Hautes Etudes en arts plastiques at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris. He was the first artist to take over the entire 22,000 square metre gallery space at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris
Working in a diverse range of media including sculpture, drawing, film, and performance the artist seeks to expand our understanding of duration, inviting us to radically re-evaluate the nature of reality, memory, and the passage of time. Central to Parreno’s practice is his quest for an ultimate form of communication capable of transcending language.
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Taking the exhibition as a medium, Parreno has radically redefined the exhibition experience by exploring its possibilities as a coherent “object” rather than as a collection of individual works. To this end, he conceives his shows as a scripted space where a series of events unfolds. He is one of the most original figures of the international art world.
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