87 rue de Turenne – Sobering Galerie

87, rue de Turenne 75003 Paris

+33 06 79 28 96 30

PROCESS

The sobering gallery is a contemporary art gallery installed since 2013 rue de Turenne, in the Marais.

The genesis of the gallery dates back to 2002, when its directors, Patrícia Kishishian and Jean-Claude Ghenassia launched the magazine Annual, which became a reference in art publishing. Through collaborations with renowned artists such as Lawrence Weiner, Jonathan Monk, Thomas Demand, the magazine has made a place for itself in the world of contemporary art thanks to its limited editions presented at Art Basel (Basel & Miami), FIAC and EAB New York. Quickly, the need to accompany young artists presented in the magazine is felt: this is the objective of "92 rue de Varenne", a gallery-apartment exhibiting historical artists, Niki de Saint Phalle, Arman, Pavlos, F. Arnal, and internationals such as Tony Oursler and Christo & Jeanne-Claude, in dialogue with the young generation in a setting adjacent to the gardens of the Rodin Museum. In 2013, the "92 rue de Varenne" moved to rue de Poitou and was named Annual.

It was in 2013 that the project was renamed sobering galerie by moving to 87 rue de Turenne.

The gallery initially defended artists in the tradition of Pavlos, working with paper in volume (Rodrigo Arteaga, Carlos Rivera) or as a support (Thomas Andréa Barbey and Alexandra Hopf) and brought François Arnal's work back to light. Since the health crisis, the gallery has wanted to support young creation, drawing on the pools of art schools and more particularly the Beaux-Arts de Paris, without neglecting the strong link existing with the emerging Chilean art scene.

Artists

Per Adolfsen

Per Adolfsen, Crossroad, 2021, crayon sur papier, 42x30cm
Per Adolfsen, The Pine Tree and the Hills, 2021, crayon sur papier, 42x30cm
Per Adolfsen, The edge of the forest, 2021, crayon sur papier, 42x30cm
Per Adolfsen, Winter by the Stream II, 2021-2022, Colored pencil on paper, 42x30 cm
Per Adolfsen, Evening Lango, 2022, colored pe ncil, chalk and graphite on paper, 60x42cm
Per Adolfsen, Puring morning, 2022, Colored pencil, grafite and chalk on paper, 42 x 30 cm
Per Adolfsen, Purple evening at the beach, Colored pencil, 2022, and chalk on Hahnemuehle paper,42 x 30 cm
Per Adolfsen, Two stones, 2022, Colored pencil, grafite and chalk on paper, 42 x 30 cm
Per Adolfsen, Crossroad, 2021, crayon sur papier, 42x30cm Per Adolfsen, The Pine Tree and the Hills, 2021, crayon sur papier, 42x30cm Per Adolfsen, The edge of the forest, 2021, crayon sur papier, 42x30cm Per Adolfsen, Winter by the Stream II, 2021-2022, Colored pencil on paper, 42x30 cm Per Adolfsen, Evening Lango, 2022, colored pe ncil, chalk and graphite on paper, 60x42cm Per Adolfsen, Puring morning, 2022, Colored pencil, grafite and chalk on paper, 42 x 30 cm Per Adolfsen, Purple evening at the beach, Colored pencil, 2022, and chalk on Hahnemuehle paper,42 x 30 cm Per Adolfsen, Two stones, 2022, Colored pencil, grafite and chalk on paper, 42 x 30 cm

Thomas Andrea Barbey

Thomas Andrea Barbey, Untitled (fauteuil), 2021, gouache sur papier, 55 x 38 cm
Thomas Andrea Barbey, Untitled (arbres), 2021, acrylique sur toile, 55 x 38 cm
Thomas Andrea Barbey, 15 Octobre, 2021, gouache sur papier, 55 x 38 cm
Thomas Andrea Barbey, Untitled (portes), 2021, acrylique sur toile, 55 x 38 cm
Thomas Andrea Barbey, Untitled (fauteuil), 2021, gouache sur papier, 55 x 38 cm Thomas Andrea Barbey, Untitled (arbres), 2021, acrylique sur toile, 55 x 38 cm Thomas Andrea Barbey, 15 Octobre, 2021, gouache sur papier, 55 x 38 cm Thomas Andrea Barbey, Untitled (portes), 2021, acrylique sur toile, 55 x 38 cm

Adrien Fricheteau

Adrien Fricheteau, Pas le time, 2021. Huile et sculpture sur bois, 36x46cm. Pièce unique.
Adrien Fricheteau, <<  L’Avant-Nuit », 2021, huile et sculpture sur bois, 36x46cm
Adrien Fricheteau, Pas le time, 2021. Huile et sculpture sur bois, 36x46cm. Pièce unique. Adrien Fricheteau, <<  L’Avant-Nuit », 2021, huile et sculpture sur bois, 36x46cm

Etienne Gayard

Etienne Gayard, Sans Titre, acrylique sur toile de lin, 42x50cm
Etienne Gayard, Sans Titre, acrylique sur toile de lin, 42x50cm

José Gomez

Jose Gomes, Spielerei 33, 2020, t ransfert photo et crayon sur papier sur bois teinté, 59 x 40 x 3 cm, quatre versions suspendues
Jose Gomes, Spielerei 33, 2020, t ransfert photo et crayon sur papier sur bois teinté, 59 x 40 x 3 cm, quatre versions suspendues