Edward Hopper — National Galleries of the Grand Palais, Paris, 2013
The exhibition-event dedicated to the American painter welcomed more than 780,000 visitors and received the Crystal Globe for the best exhibition in 2014. Hopper's works are of a rare intensity. The situations of daily life are transformed, charged with ambiguity, left in suspense. The themes of suspended time or the spectator-voyeur are translated into a simple spatial configuration where the spaces gradually expand, where the hanging is aerated as the journey progresses and by carefully planned perspectives.
temporary exhibition organized by the Réunion des Musées Nationaux
surface: 2000 sqm
curator: Didier Ottinger
exhibition design : bgc studio
graphic design: Margaret Gray
lighting: Abraxas concepts