Manfred Mohr & Antoine Schmitt @ Le Masc


Exhibition: Painting - Deprogrammed Obsolescence The exhibition Painting: deprogrammed obsolescence focuses on the future of painting in the digital age. It shows the evolution of the pictorial medium and its renewal in contact with new technologies. The omnipresence of screens and the intrusion of algorithms in almost every aspect of daily life, as recent as they are dazzling, have resulted in an evolution of the way of looking that some painters are trying to translate into their works. With works by : Carole Benzaken, Amélie Bertrand, Édouard Boyer, Alex Brown, Nina Childress, Philippe Cognée, Flavio De Marco, Raymond Hains, Dan Hays, Philippe Hurteau, Remy Hysbergue, Alain Jacquet, Miltos Manetas, Manfred Mohr, Vera Molnar, Albert Oehlen, Loïc Raguenès, Martial Raysse, David Reed, Thomas Scheibitz, Antoine Schmitt, Ida Tursic & Wilfried Mille, etc. Curator of the exhibition: Camille Debrabant



by Manfred Mohr

Plotter drawing on paper
60 x 60 cm

Black Square

by Antoine Schmitt

Generative video
Computer, screen, frame, custom software
5 copies + 2 AP
58 x 35 x 6 cm