D + T Project Gallery

Sébastien Délire (*1974), artist on strike since he started the D&T Project gallery in September 2010 with Gregory Thirion (*1978), who has himself turned down a museum curatorial position to concretize the project with D. Why so? You might ask. A dream comes true. They would reply. The two met in a party in 2009…

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Loris Greaud – Curiosity and Ambition

In art, it’s important to have two things: Curiosity and Ambition.Loris Gréaud (*1979) has both, and he lives them up splendidly. His child-like obsession with objects and knowledge leads him to a desire to fuse different disciplines and practices in a manner that is characterized as “both futuristic and utopian”. A candy without taste, a…

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Andres Serrano

Despite his emphasis that it’s not his intention to shock or offend the public, Andres Serrano’s work is often proved to be far more provocative than he ever intended. In this interview, we talk about his photography series “Holy Works”, as well as his aesthetics and his religion.

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Delphine Coindet

Taking sculpture as the focus of her artistic research, French Artist Delphine Coindet engages herself in a non-ceasing reinvention of contemporary sculpture. In the interview, Delphine Coindet shared with us the notions of reality and representation in contemporary sculpture and her interests in natural primary elements as a counterpart of the humankind in the hierarchy of classification of things.

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Frederic de Goldschmidt – The Old Young Collector

The Brussels-based French collector Frédéric de Goldschmidt takes on the slightest Parisian snobbism. It was his openness in spirit and his “freshness” in the art world that allowed us to pose some of the “annoying” questions that most collectors wanted to avoid in an interview. “I was quick enough to distinguish what I would appreciate and what I was less convinced of. So it didn’t take me too long to make a purchase. I try to buy art with my instinct without spending too much time on research.”

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Pierre Pradié – My Collection is My Self-portrait

Mr. Pierre Pradié started collecting contemporary art, principally paintings, in 1995. His first acquisition: a Marc Desgrandchamp. It was the need of a meditative object that impelled him to go back home with nothing but a Desgrandchamp painting which has “marvellously accomplished its mission”. In the interview, Pierre Pradié talks with us about his ideas of collecting and his becoming of a collector.

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