Exhibitor listing

Mark Hachem


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Exhibitor's Artists:

Michelangelo BASTIANI




Mauro CORDA
Biography :
Born in 1960 in Lourdes, France Lives and works in Paris As a sculptor, Corda is sensitive to color. He not only uses the most diverse patinas, but he also applies chrome, silver, gilding and paint to his bronzes. Starting from the same color sensitivity, Corda has gone on to other materials than bronze. He has cast sculptures in aluminum and iron. And as he regularly spends time in the Italian Pietrasanta, he also works in marble and terra cotta. It is astonishing to see how this wizard commands the diverse techniques necessary for the varied material applications. But the material experiments lead back to Corda’s central theme: to portray people in the most diverse roles, environments, and situations. Corda’s expressiveness is too strong for just one material. He will redo his bronze bust of an Asian girl in ceramic, because it will let him illuminate aspects of her essence that remain hidden in bronze. A white marble fist, in positive and negative form, has something gentle, while an aluminum male torso takes on an almost divine radiance.


Philippe HIQUILY




. Micka
Biography :
Micka was born in 1965 in Marseille, to a family of artists and actors. His childhood was spent between Montreal, Aix en Provence, and Marseille, where he finished his studies. But it was the call of the other side of the Atlantic that drove the young artist into the heart of New York lifestyle for two years. Once back in France, he moved to Paris and became one of the most recognized designers for prints and colors in fashion accessories. Since, Mika has created more than 20.000 designs and 300.000 color variants, become a collector of contemporary art, and developed his Kinetic Art, respecting the Op’art movement of the 1960’s. (discover the concept of an object in movement through the human eye via images). Mika’s specific style is a combination of vibrant colors, dynamic mines, and geometrical forms pushed to unknown limits of POP art. Today his works are found in contemporary art galleries throughout the four corners of the world and used by him within his numerous architectural development in Paris.


Dario PEREZ FLORE




Fernando PORRAS




Daniel SAMPER




Son SEOCK
Biography :
Son Seock was born in South Korea in 1955 and has lived and worked in France since 1995. His works belong to the realm of the visual senses: if we shift our point of view, we can experience the color changing of his paintings like the skin of a chameleon. The images disappear according to our own movement, or we even have the illusion that they are escaping from the picture-plane realm and floating in mid-air. The viewer becomes part of the artwork, enjoying the magical effects created by the relations between the image and the background. These changes of color and disappearance of images according to the movement of the eyes are comparable to the technique of Rayogram in photography. The picture-plane, covered with numerous dots to resemble a rough cement surface, stimulates the viewer’s eyes with tactile experiences. The multiple layers of small paint lumps are a demonstration of the devotion of the artist to his work. He transcends the traditional painting technique and develops new methods, trying to keep the distance from a world increasingly focused on digital media and photography. The lines that divide the picture vertically create the illusion: they are not placed randomly but are the result of mathematical calculations and logical rules. The subject matters, such as elephants and ceramics, are in this way minimized. Son Seock does not represent them for the sake of narration, but he simply places them on the picture-plane as anonymous objects. Paradoxically, such minimization of narrative contents does not mean an absence of meaning; on the contrary it allows the viewer to concentrate on the image, fascinated by the abundance of aesthetic meaning. The tactile works of Son Seock reveal in fact the immaterial qualities of objects. By establishing a relationship between the images and the tactile background, the artist suggests his attempt to overturn logic. As the vase disappears according to the movement, the viewer notices the chaos of perception a Exhibition :
SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2017
Décompositions du mouvement, Mark Hachem Gallery - Paris

2016
Art New York, New York, U.S.A.
Art16 London, London, UK

2015
Mazel Galerie, Blackout, Brussels, BELGIUM
Adagio Sostenuto, Clayarch Museum, Gimhae, Korea

2014
Beckja Festival Seoul Museum, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA

2013
Mazel Galerie, Brussels, BELGIUM

2012
Gana Gallery, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA

2011
KIAF, Galerie Gana, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA
Calme et Volupté, Mazel Gallery, Son Seock – Hubert le Gall, Brussels, BELGIUM

2010
Tokyo Art Fair, Tokyo, JAPAN

2009
Art Paris, Grand Palais, Paris, France
Seoul auction Hongkong. Hongkong

2008
ARCO, Madrid, SPAIN

2007
Art Paris, Grand Palais, Paris, France
Insa Art Center, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA
Gana Beaubourg Gallery, Paris, FRANCE


Jesus Rafael SOTO




Yves ULLENS




Other Artists represented by the Gallery:

Yves HAYAT
Biography : Yves Hayat was born in Egypt. There, most likely, were born his first aesthetic sensibility, his first needs for compliance, his first denials. In 1956, he discovered France and uprooting. During five years, he attended the National School of Arts in Nice. In 1973, Yves Hayat chooses advertising - a creative trade in full effervescence. He will later retain from this creative profession his fascination for images and the importance of their message. Those years enabled him to discover new technologies and to master his technics. In 1990, Hayat returns to art and rediscovers the old masters. While working as an advertising designer he photographs people, the streets, museum paintings and recuperates magazine and web images which are carefully classified. Hayat is a perfect example of his time: an open mind on society, its streets, its media, its internet.

ABOUT

Dorothée Quentel   Assistant
Mark Hachem   Director
Galerie Mark Hachem presents contemporary works, mainly centered on the Op Art with established artists such as Cruz Diez, Perez Flores, Soto and Vasarely.
When the Galerie Mark Hachem opened in New York in 2007, Mark Hachem chose to focus primarily on works of new technologies of the image, photography and digital tools. However, the gallery also exhibits sculptures and paintings, provided that these works blend coherently with the visual and artistic line of the gallery. Galerie Mark Hachem pursues its visual line, with the desire to show new and innovative creations of quality.
From Paris since 1997 Galerie Mark Hachem enjoys artistic diversity and gives free expression to young emerging talents.

Galerie Mark Hachem develops a strong reputation as a consultant to public institutions and as an art advisor for private and corporate collections. The gallery regularly presents solo and group exhibitions and participates in contemporary art fairs including Miami, Palm Beach, New York, London, Shangai, Beijing, Moscow and Istanbul.
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