From the Future, Give Us News



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Group Show
December 6-8, 2022
Théâtre national de l'Opéra Comique, Paris

DANAE.IO is pleased to present the first digital group show, "From the Future, Give Us News," within a public institution.

Taking place at the heart of the Opéra Comique, and in harmony with lyrical art, the artists create bridges to elsewhere, showcasing the vibrancy of the ideals conveyed by lyrical art, modern myths that shape our societies. Together, they make a plea, a cry of hope in the face of fears, against the chronicle of an anticipated defeat of life.

Organization of four panel discussions featuring, among others, the following personalities: Anne-Laure Janeczek (Project Director at the Digital Department of the Ministry of Culture); Pierre Person (Former Deputy, rapporteur of a parliamentary information mission on crypto-assets); Brian Beccafico (Head of NFT Department, Sotheby's Europe).

Philippe Mayaux, represented by Loevenbruck Gallery, explores themes of identity and desire through a unique blend of surrealism, humor, and introspection. His sculptures and paintings invite viewers to engage with the complexities of human emotions and question their perceptions of reality.

Antoine Schneck and Hugues Hervé are talented artists at Berthet-Aittouares Gallery. Schneck excels in portrait photography, capturing emotions with meticulous detail. Together, they bring a dynamic combination of visual storytelling exploration. Hugues Hervé, a French photographer and sound artist, collaborates with Antoine Schneck, combining their artistic works in a unique blend of photography and musical exploration.

Through her works, Claire Adelfang establishes a silent and contemplative dialogue between humanity and its history. Using analog photography, Adelfang's focus primarily lies in capturing abandoned or evolving architectures, including industrial or military remnants, as well as iconic and often inaccessible locations. In doing so, she seeks to emphasize the surreal quality of these environments. She was represented by Thaddaeus Ropac Gallery from 2012 to 2019.

Léo Caillard is a contemporary artist known for his innovative approach to combining classical and contemporary elements in visually striking compositions. Through digital manipulation, he transforms classical sculptures, challenging traditional perceptions and prompting viewers to reconsider familiar art forms.

Patrizia Mussa's art explores the interplay between nature and culture, highlighting themes of identity and the human relationship with the environment. Her visually rich and conceptually layered works invite contemplation of our existence and the interconnectedness of all living things.

Marc Simonetti, represented by Alice Black (ArtULTRA) is a concept artist. With intricate details and vibrant colors, his art brings fantastical worlds to life, inviting viewers to embark on epic adventures and explore the boundless realms of imagination.

Installation views of Leo Caillard's artworks, Caesar and Hipster Marie-Antoinette at Opéra Comique in 2022. Photo: DANAE.IO. © Leo Caillard. Courtesy of the artist.


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