Faced with the radiation of the infinitely small, the black velvet of Katarzyna Wiesiolek’s charcoal drawings leaves room for the radiation of the infinitely large and distant. Wiesiolek creates hyperrealistic drawings in dry pigment of great intensity but which escape any form of anecdote or narration by their framing, sometimes bordering on the abstract.
Created 31 years ago by Eric Dupont, the gallery welcomes visual artists such as Damien Cabanes, Carlos Kusnir, Siobhan Liddell…, whom focus on formal research. Moreover, it also promotes photographers whose work is part of a committed and aesthetic approach (Mathieu Pernot, Nicholas Nixon, Taysir Batnji…). Over the years, Eric Dupont has hosted a new generation of artists: Tahmineh Monzavi, Wiame Haddad, Roméo Mivekannin, Katarzyna Wiesiolek… Thanks to its constant intercultural dialogue, the gallery participates in international events, biennials and fairs (1-54, Paris Photo, Art Paris, Venice Biennale, Sharjah Biennale…).