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Anne Jallais


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Anne Jallais, Tumults 4, acrylique sur toile, 60x180 cm, 2014 Tumults series

Anne Jallais, Battle 5, acrylique sur toile, 97x195 cm, 2014 Battle series

Anne Jallais, Breakaways 17, acrylique sur toile, 180x180 cm, 2014 Breakaways series


Anne Jallais' paintings often speak of territory, as suggested by the very titles of the series: Bends in 2010, Slips in 2010, Garden of Disorders in 2011, Collisions in 2011 or Free Zone in 2013.
The Dominique Bagouet Cultural Space decided to show the most recent and unreleased work of the artist, Turbulences, extendable landscapes. She writes of them: Just like the ocean movements, the gestures paint the turnarounds and the boundary forces following each other with softness and violence, in search of a lucid vision from the "top of the wave". My paintings architect themselves as territories subject to rebounds, overhangs and collisions. Mineral or metallic angers are followed by lighter breakaways; veils are lifted, breath is released. The canvasses full of frictions allude to Anne Jallais' taste for some of surrealism’s lessons.
Numa Hambursin, exhibition curator Turbulence, expandable scenes, April 2014 [Read full text]