Etienne Chambaud, Inexistence - Online Viewing RoomThrough August 28, 2021 www.estherschipper.com
Esther Schipper is pleased to present an Online Viewing Room dedicated to Etienne Chambaud’s exhibition Inexistence, the artist’s first with the gallery. The works included in the exhibitions are a scent and a sound installation, a sculptural work generating a pattern of temperatures, three light installations, glass works, bronze sculptures and modified panel paintings.
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The Online Viewing Room features an exhibition film in which Chambaud takes you through the exhibition.
ROHKUNSTBAU 26Schloss Lieberose, Brandenburg June 19 – October 3, 2021
This year's edition of ROHKUNSTBAU 26 presents the works of 22 artists including Etienne Chambaud, David Claerbout, Philippe Parreno and Daniel Steegmann Mangrané.
The exhibition title I am Nature – Of Vulnerability. Survival in the risk society defines a common thread running through the exhibited works. How are deep, existential insecurities after and during the Corona pandemic connected with the human understanding of nature, which is shaped by ideas of omnipotence? What are the consequences of this attitude?
"The Challenge: We are in this together" – Esther Schipper for The New Institute
For its December newsletter, titled "The Challenge: We are in this together", The New Institute asked Esther Schipper – among other thinkers and practitioners – to share her insights and analysis on the current global pandemic. For the occasion, Esther Schipper selected artworks by the gallery artists showing that the questions of viruses and pandemics have been among us for a long time.
Esther Schipper is pleased to announce the representation of Etienne Chambaud
Etienne Chambaud was born 1980 in Mulhouse, France. The artist lives and works in Paris.
Etienne Chambaud works across a wide spectrum of media, exploring the categories we impose on experiences, objects and disciplines. Individual works, installations and exhibitions destabilize notions of what art is and can be, how an artist conceptualizes and produces a work, and the form, function, and history of the exhibition. Beautiful and complex, Chambaud’s works can change the way we see and know.
Etienne Chambaud graduated from ECAL, Lausanne (2003) and Villa Arson, Nice (2005). He was part of the postgraduate program of Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Lyon in 2005. Since 2018 he has been conducting a doctoral research in the SACRe program of PSL University, Ecole Normale Supérieure and Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris.