“From the beginning, it was more a refusal to be an object-producer; I always felt that an exhibition is not just an arrangement of objects but also an act of creation. In 1988, Pierre Joseph, Bernard Joisten and I did a show at Le Magasin called ‘Siberia’, which we displayed in a shipping container. I made two videos, Bernard did silver paintings and Pierre included photographs: the works and the display were one and the same thing. Later, I met Liam Gillick who had come to review a show I had in Nice for Artscribe; we became friends, and the conversations I was having in Grenoble about how to create attention in a space continued. I’m still interested in this idea.” — Frieze Magazine | Archive | My Influences: Philippe Parreno
[Black is] both a colour and a non-colour. When light is reflected on black, it transforms and transmutes it. It opens up a mental field all of its own.
—  Pierre Soulages
Strange though this may sound, not knowing where one is going – being lost, being a loser – reveals the greatest possible faith and optimism, as against collective security and collective significance. To believe, one must have lost God; to paint, one must have lost art.
—  Gerhard Richter


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