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Diogo Pimentão: Residual Gravity

2020
English / French
128 pages
Softcover, 29 × 22 cm
ISBN 978-88-6749-411-8
€ 25 / $ 29.95

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Texts by Monika Branicka, Johana Carrier, Nicolas Chardon, Alfredo Cramerotti, Audrey Illouz, Pierre Leguillon, Julie Pellegrin, Paulo Pires do Vale, Delfim Sardo, and Véronique Souben

“Drawing, whatever the result, its size, meticulousness, radicalism, is done with the body. The hand is the final tool for it, of course, but its relationship to paper, composition, movement, format all involve the body. Diogo Pimentão works at the very heart of this question. For as long as I can remember, his work has called for volume. Very early on, paper was presented freely, in its materiality, its thickness, with its folds and bends that liken it to bas-relief.”—Johana Carrier

To open the 2020 season, Fonds Régional d’Art Contemporain (Frac) Normandie Rouen invited the Portuguese artist Diogo Pimentão to occupy its exhibition spaces for his first major solo exhibition in France. This richly illustrated monograph documents a research of almost fifteen years on the practice of drawing that involves the artist’s own body and the space, and references a history of sculpture and gesture that is simultaneously minimal, conceptual, and performative.

Diogo Pimentão: Residual Gravity

25.00 22.50

25.00 22.50Add to cart

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“Drawing, whatever the result, its size, meticulousness, radicalism, is done with the body. The hand is the final tool for it, of course, but its relationship to paper, composition, movement, format all involve the body. Diogo Pimentão works at the very heart of this question. For as long as I can remember, his work has called for volume. Very early on, paper was presented freely, in its materiality, its thickness, with its folds and bends that liken it to bas-relief.”—Johana Carrier

To open the 2020 season, Fonds Régional d’Art Contemporain (Frac) Normandie Rouen invited the Portuguese artist Diogo Pimentão to occupy its exhibition spaces for his first major solo exhibition in France. This richly illustrated monograph documents a research of almost fifteen years on the practice of drawing that involves the artist’s own body and the space, and references a history of sculpture and gesture that is simultaneously minimal, conceptual, and performative.