|Fabrice Gygi||2||artist's editions|
Fabrice Gygi is an artist from Geneva who has become increasingly important on the contemporary art scene over the past few years in Switzerland, and more recently, abroad. His work has been shown in various group–Nonchalance, Centre PasquArt, Bienne, Freie Sicht aufs Mittelmeer, Kunsthaus Zurich, Dogdays are Over, Centre Culturel Suisse, Paris, Xn00, Espace des Arts, Chalon-sur-Saône–and solo exhibitions–at the Centre d’Art de Neuchâtel, and at the Magasin-Centre National d’Art Contemporain in Grenoble. He has also produced works for public spaces on the occasion of Over the Edges in Ghent, in Fribourg at the invitation of the Kunsthalle and in Bienne during Transfer. His pieces are also regularly on view at galleries Bob von Orsouw in Zurich and Chantal Crousel in Paris. (more…)
ALPHABET EDITIONS is an alphabetical display of the CEC’s editions (1989-2014), a possibility to see again everything or to purchase a book, a print or a multiple during this “winter sale”. WINTER SALE is neither a sale nor an auction or a sale, but simply the presentation of the still available editions, a new display, a Christmas market and above all a support for the CEC. (more…)
Alexandre Bianchini, Gerard Byrne, Jeremy Deller & Karl Holmqvist, Andreas Dobler, Vidya Gastaldon & Jean-Michel Wicker, Fabrice Gygi, Klat, Jakob Kolding, Elke Krystufek, Claude Lévêque, Fabian Marti, M/M
Pierre Bismuth, François Curlet, Fabrice Gygi, Karl Holmqvist, Angela Marzullo, Mai-Thu Perret, Benjamin Valenza, Jeffrey Vallance et Erik van Lieshout
Editions from 1995 to 2005 for the members of Cec
Olivier Mosset (1995) : Sans titre, engraving chisel, black / white;
Fabrice Gygi (1996) : Sans titre, displays, screen color;
Elena Montesinos (1997) : Love it, blotter, plastic bag;
Elke Krystufek (1998) : Economical Love, poster, offset color;
Klat (1999) : EVIL TALK, affiche, sérigraphie noir/blanc;
Alexandre Bianchini (2000) : Sans titre, displays, serigraphy black / white;
Jakob Kolding (2001) : Sans titre, displays, offset black / white;
Karl Holmqvist (2002) : CECI N’EST QU’UNE ILLUSION, plastic bag, screen;
Mai-Thu Perrret (2003) : Sculptures of Pure Self-Expression, series of five ceramics;
No More Lights on My Starguitar (2004) : compilation rock ‘n’ roll performed by Bruno Dürr, vinyl, 33 rpm;
et Christophe Rey (2005) : Washington, color photography.
Exhibition of the Centre genevois de gravure contemporaine editions 1986 – 1998
The CGGC artistic program reflects the CGGC productions from 1986 to 1998: engraving, lithography, offset, multiple and artist book. Among the artists who previously collaborated with the Centre and whose works were exhibited on this occasion, particularly be mentioned the names of Ian Anüll, John M. Armleder, Alex Baladi, Alexandre Bianchini, Marcel Broodthaes*, Stéphane Brunner, Mourad Cheraït, Claude Closky, Philippe Favier, Nicolas Fernandez, Claude Gaçon, Fabrice Gygi, Alex Hanimann, Jérôme Hentsch et Alain Julliard, Thomas Hirschhorn, Andreas Hofer, Karen Kilimnik, Elke Krystufek, Simon Lamunière, Stephan Landry, Claude Lévêque, Christian Lindow, Henri Michaux*, Elena Montesinos, Olivier Mosset, Kristin Oppenheim, Giuseppe Penone, Anne Pesce, Marie Sacconi, Roman Signer, Sigurdur Arni Sigurdsson, Rosemarie Trockel, Emmett Williams, Heimo Zobernig.
Presentation of the editions of Alexandre Bianchini, Claude Closky , Nicolás Fernández, Fabrice Gygi , Alex Hanimann Jérôme Hentsch and Alain Julliard, Thomas Hirschhorn, Karen Kilimnik , Stephan Landry, Claude Leveque, Olivier Mosset , Kristin Oppenheim, Jean- Michel Othoniel , Giuseppe Penone Anne Pesce , Marie Sacconi, Roman Signer , Sigurdur Arni Sigurdsson , Rosemarie Trockel , Luc Tuymans , Emmett Williams.