Emma Malig

March 9, 2010By Paris UpdateWhat's New Art & Culture



emma malig

You will have to leave Paris to see the exhibition “Terra Bruna” (Espace Julio Gonzalez, 21 av. Paul Doumer 94110 Arcueil; tel.: 01 46 15 09 75; RER: Laplace), featuring the work of Paris-based Chilean artist Emma Malig, but it is worth it, especially if you go on Sat., March 13, the show’s last day, between 4pm and 7pm to meet the artist. For this exhibition, Malig painted on, tore up and otherwise reworked old maps to create beautiful and delicate yet strongly evocative works that speak poetically about voyages of the mind.


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