16.02.2013 — 11.05.2013

h e r e t o f o r e

Paul Wallach

Marais Space

Approximately fifteen recent sculptures by Paul Wallach will be presented in this new exhibition entitled h e r e t o f o r e. His sculptures are exempt from narrative content. After an extended moment of obsversation, the diverse materials, – wood, plaster, fabric, metal and glass – take on coherence that gives the work unity. In addition to the traced lines and their drawings in space, which become forms of sculpted space, there is also a painterly dimension to his sculpture, a painting-becoming- sculpture, as it were. The sculptures of Paul Wallach invite us into the heart of geometry and its many spatiotemporal landscapes as well as mindscapes; their perception is ever renewed according to the time, mood and light.

practical informations

Marais Space

5 et 7 rue de Saintonge
75 003 Paris – France
T +33 1 42 72 60 42
F +33 1 42 72 60 49
info@jeannebucherjaeger.com

opening hours

Tuesday to Saturday
from 10 am to 7 pm

Paul Wallach, Beginning to End, 2010
Wood, string, acrylic paint
89,4 × 77,6 × 45,3 in
Photograph by Georges Poncet
Paul Wallach, Color War, 2012
Wood, cloth, acrylic paint, pencil
5,3 × 7,7 × 6,7 in
Photograph by Georges Poncet
Paul Wallach, contact me back, 2012
Wood, cloth, metal, thread, oil and acrylic paint
7,1 × 8,7 × 1,2 in
Photograph by Georges Poncet
Paul Wallach, fuite(s), 2012
Wood, cloth, paper, oil and acrylic paint, pigment and pencil
8,5 × 32,3 × 5,3 in
Photograph by Georges Poncet
Paul Wallach, halfwayhome again, 2008-2012
Wood, string, oil and acrylic paint
42,5 × 22,4 × 14 in
Photograph by Georges Poncet
Paul Wallach, pathmarking, 2012
Wood, metal, cloth, acrylic paint, pencil
5,5 × 6,5 × 0,4 in
Photograph by Georges Poncet
Paul Wallach, Foretold, 2010
Wood, steel, string, oil paint
69,3 × 25,8 × 7,9 in
Photograph by Georges Poncet
Paul Wallach, Reason and Rhyme, 2002
Steel, plaster
104,3 × 44,1 × 1,2 in
Paul Wallach, pathmarking, 2012
In-situ installation by the artist for the exhibition “h e r e t o f o r e”, February 9, 2013

Acrylic paint
20,9 × 59,1 in
Paul Wallach, throne, 2012
Wood, cloth, oil and acrylic paint
57,5 × 11 in
Photograph by Georges Poncet