The concept of “Fragmentation and Reconstruction,” approached from the perspective of Figurative Deconstructionism, explores how artists use formal deconstruction to reconstruct new figurative representations. This artistic approach challenges traditional forms of figurative representation by fragmenting forms and figures and then reconstructing them in unconventional ways.
In this exhibition, artists adopt a deconstructive approach to question preconceived notions of figurative representation.
Since June 2019, strengthened by two years experiences founded on the recruitment of artists across the world and their promotion on df-artproject.com, as well as its other information and communication sources, the DF ART PROJECT has decided to present a collective exhibition for the third time in Pavilion 18, an exhibition space of 360 square metres
Curators: Caroline Canault, Jérôme Rapin, Maxime Besnard, Ronnie Jiang
Scenography and Technical logistics: Jérôme Royer & Franck Turzo
Technical logistics: Adrien Conrad & Arnaud Desfontaines
Social media management: Mehnoush Modonpour
Press communication: Nathalie Moga
DF ART PROJECT is an international art collective that aims to popularize the concept of Figurative Destructuralism. It brings together living visual artists who share a common vision of their art.
It consists fragmentation of reality, its perspective, distortion and dynamic transformation. It’s a conceptualization of artistic practices already existed in painting, sculpture, photography, drawing, collage, digital art, performance and installation.