The Loo & Lou Gallery exhibits a choosing of bronze and drawings from Paul de Pignol, combining old and new works. Wax and plaster figures and a new series of charcoal drawings entitled "Figures de cendre" will be presented for the first time.
In these two disciplines, Paul de Pignol’s work focuses on the feminine figure around universal themes (birth, life, death) through the exploration of the female body whose function, mass, composition, the decomposition and the presence in a back and forth between the inside and the outside.
Wax, a malleable material close to the flesh, allows him to search the entrails of a tortuous material, to explore the living being by giving its sculptures a very organic appearance.
Teaser of the exhibition of Paul de Pignol "Dessins et Sculptures" at Loo & Lou Gallery