Galerie La Forest Divonne proposes a dive into the universe of David Décamp (French, 1970), whose sculptures in lead, bone and concrete are rooted in the experience of nature to forcefully alert us to the urgency of rediscovering the animal that lies dormant within us. An osmosis with Nature also nourishes the sculptures of Catherine François (Belgian, 1963), which combine cast iron and resin in forms directly inspired by nature. Alongside them, the gallery presents three great painters of matter: Jeff Kowatch (American, 1965) on the one hand, in the great American abstraction, Vincent Bioulès (French, 1938) and Denis Laget (French, 1958) on the other, who draw from the landscape and plants the subject of their painting, powerful and sensual.

From April 7 to 10 at the Grand Palais Éphémère, Champs de Mars, Paris