13.02.2014 — 29.03.2014

Yamamoto Wakako – François Stahly, Dialogue

François Stahly, Yamamoto Wakako

St Germain Space

Yamamoto Wakako – paintings
Works from 1980 to 2013

In her quest for foresight through color, Yamamoto Wakako expresses the energy of Nature she experienced in contact with the elements – volcanoes, waterfalls, typhoons, and earthquakes – with the power of luminous sonorities and translates the elation of a trajectory or a lightning intrusion in the celestial concert. Her meditative painting reflects her quest for an homology between the cosmic rhythms and her own feeling.

François Stahly – sculptures
Works from 1945 to 1980

François Stahly’s sculptures moves between small dimensions pieces and monumental works displayed in public urban sites. Regardless of their format, his creations are influenced by esoteric tendencies. He met Arp and Brancusi, worked on wood with passion, and, as Pierre Cabanne recalls, he drew his inspiration from the sensuality of the vegetal world.

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François Stahly, Banyan, 1945-1946
Lime tree
26,7 × 16,9 × 12,9 in
Yamamoto Wakako, The sound of waterfall II, 1985
Acrylique sur toile
100 x 100 cm

Acrylic on paper
39,3 x 39,3 in
Photograph by Hyde
François Stahly, Relief au marteau, 1961-1962
Bronze
9,85 × 22,8 × 0,7 in
Yamamoto Wakako, L’initiation, 1997
Oil on canvas
102,3 × 76,7 in
Photograph by Yamashita
François Stahly, Venus Hottentote, 1974
Bronze
39,3 × 19,6 × 21,6 in
Yamamoto Wakako, L’étoile de Chang Keng, 1990
Oil on canvas
57,4 × 89,7 in
Photographie de Muller