A.P.C. ARCHIVES

“This is a temporary exhibition.
It consists of the conjunction of two elements:
– a selection of pieces from the A.P.C. archives, organized chromatically, not logically.
Don Quixote takes his revenge on La Palisse (in other words : lyricism takes its revenge on self-evidence.)
– an echo of this selection with quilt-like panels, painted by Jessica Ogden, whose colours reflect those of the chosen
archives.
In both cases, this is an exercise in applied art.
By obligation, fashion is rooted in both reality and otherness. In a way, this type of painting is a restricted exercise,
because it must suggest reality in a fantasized version.”
— Jean Touitou
These pieces are not for sale.
In parallel with the archives exhibition, Café A.P.C. will remain open from Monday to Saturday until 30 January 2020.

A.P.C. ARCHIVES
8 TO 30 JANUARY 2020
JOYCE GALLERY, 168 GALERIE DE VALOIS 75001 PARIS

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