"La flèche du Temps" at Galerie Heinzer Reszler, Sept 9 - Oct 13 2018


La Flèche Du Temps (The Arrow of Time), is an abstract tale at the crossing of three stories : the fall of a centenary pine tree, an banal archaeological discovery, and the scheduled ending of a space mission.

This exhibition at Galerie Heinzer Reszler will be the first public exhibition of this new series.

Opening : September 6th, 18:00


La flèche du temps est un conte abstrait au croisement de trois histoires : la chute d'un pin centenaire, une découverte archéologique sans importance, et la fin programmée d'une mission spatiale.

Cette exposiiton à la Galerie Heinzer Reszler sera la première apparition publique de ce récent travail.

Vernissage le 6 septembre dès 18:00


《La Flèche du temps (时间之箭)》是一个抽象的故事,它穿插了三个故事:一棵百年松树的倒下、一个平淡无奇的考古发现、和一次计划好的太空任务的结束。
在 Heinzer Reszler 画廊的这次展览将是这一新系列的首次公开亮相。

开放时间:9 月 6 日 18:00 点


Archival pigmented print, 29.7 x 42 cm, from the La Flèche Du Temps series, 2018

Archival pigmented print, 29.7 x 42 cm, from the La Flèche Du Temps series, 2018

Video still from La Flèche du Temps (20mn video loop)

Video still from La Flèche du Temps (20mn video loop)

Transform, Galerie Baudoin Lebon, Paris

Empire (Jouets, transformation 18) from the  Transform : Hyper  series, 2017

Empire (Jouets, transformation 18) from the Transform : Hyper series, 2017


New images fro the Transform series will be exhibited at Galerie Baudoin Lebon, Paris. June 8 - July 29.


De nouvelles images de la série Transform seront exposées à la Galerie Baudoin Lebon, Paris du 8 juin au 29 juillet 2017.



Elements series at 14-1 Galerie, Stuttgart. March 19th to April 21th

The French located artist Mathieu Bernard-Reymond explores, extends and ultimately challenges the basic concepts of "reality" and "truth" simultaneously in his creation. In his series “Elements” 2010/2011, which will be shown the first time in the gallery, Mathieu Bernard-Reymond gambles with the reality of images and tries to conquer old-fashioned perceptual patterns with digital manipulation. He deals with enlargement, coincidence , enhacement and recapitulations. By gathering and demonstrating moments of disarrangements, the series “Elements” describes a metadicourse about creating and alterting images.

"The series “Elements” collects fragments of a story forever unfinished. They are allusions to the process of creating and manipulating images. Where the action of fabricating a credible reality has suddenly been interrupted and the images are displayed in their unfinished state... The process is an attempt to show the forbidden areas where creative tools become a tangible part of the subject. Sometimes we may even be taken back to the reality presented, as if the digital manipulations were reaching into the realm of actual surface or penetrating materials as basic as the components of the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements. I choose to show things I usually hide in order to continue to tell the tale of what lies beneath the images I encounter." (Mathieu Bernard-Reymond).

Opening: Friday, March 18th 2011, 7pm
14-1 Galerie
Galerienhaus Stuttgart
Breitscheidstr. 48
70176 Stuttgart

Intervalles series at "Darmstädter Tage der Fotografie 2010". 23 bis 25 April 2010, Darmstadt, Germany.

I am very honored to participate to the main exhibition at this year's Darmstadt days for Photography along with a great selection of artists.


n°89 from the Intervalles series, 2004

Artists Participating in the Exhibition at the Design House:

  • Eugen-Bracht-Weg 6, 64287 Darmstadt
  • Sophie Calle - autobiographies
  • Kyungwoo Chun - Breathing
  • Kaylynn Deveney - The Day-to-Day Life of Albert Hastings
  • John Divola - AS Far AS I Could Get
  • Thekla Ehling - Summer Heart
  • Izima Kaoru - Landscape with a Corpse
  • George Knoll - A walk on Berlin Wall
  • Hans-Christian Schink - 1h
  • Mona Simon - memories of a beloved city
  • Waswo X. Waswo - A Studio in Rajasthan
  • Michael Wesely - How Wesely time have pictures
  • Mathieu Bernard-Reymond - intervalles

This group exhibition is organised by the Darmstadt days of photography, in close cooperation with the curator Ute Noll and Prof. Kris Scholz.

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