The first Parisian gallery consecrated to art and garden is exhibiting Anne-K Imbert’s sculptures and Rachel Levy’s photographs, until next May 24th. Their creations focus on the observation of flowers and plants from vegetable or flower gardens. Anne-K Imbert’s works are like miniature poems, which reflect the evanescence of flora. Using metal, the artists manages to convey moments of life, like the fragile beauty of a flower or an insect in a marsh. In her shots, Rachel Levy takes a look on flowers withering, from roses to narcissuses, to dahlias. She spent a year in Saint-Jean-de-Beauregard’s vegetable patch, to carry out these melancholic prints of extreme beauty and particularly colourful. A free exhibition which will thrill lovers of beautiful things and nature !
Exhibition “Botanic’Art”, from April 5th to May 24th 2016.
Open from Monday to Saturday from 10am to 8pm.
Galerie Jardins en Art
19, rue Racine
Tel.: +33 (0)1 56 81 01 23
Metro: Odéon (lines 4 and 10).