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Artist presented by Tom Eccles

Anne Collier

3 July - 19 September

10H00 - 19H30

Collier’s photographic works typically incorporate images of found everyday objects, including magazines, record sleeves, jigsaw puzzles, used books, analogue darkroom equipment and abandoned self-help manuals. Her works operate on the threshold between the personal and the universal. Informed as much by the advertising and technical photography of the late 1960s and 1970s as more recent approaches to photo-conceptualism, her work invites the viewer into an animated web of formal and psychological associations. Collier’s works explore questions of perception and representation and the mechanics of the gaze. Negotiating biography, nostalgia, and melancholia, Collier’s work establishes a tension between her employment of an almost forensic photographic objectivity and the often highly subjective and emotive content she focuses on.
Exhibition produced with the collaboration of Anton Kern Gallery, New York and the Corvi-Mora Gallery, London.
And with: Aphrodite Gonou, Jim Lambie, Thea Westreich / Ethan Wagner, Hilary Rubenstein, Melissa and Robert Soros, David Schrader.
Exhibition venue: Atelier de Mécanique, Parc des Ateliers.
Collier’s photographic works typically incorporate images of found everyday objects, including magazines, record sleeves, jigsaw puzzles, used books, analogue darkroom equipment and abandoned self-help manuals. Her works operate on the threshold between the personal and the universal. Informed as much by the advertising and technical photography of the late 1960s and 1970s as more recent approaches to photo-conceptualism, her work invites the viewer into an animated web of formal and psychological associations. Collier’s works explore questions of perception and representation and the mechanics of the gaze. Negotiating biography, nostalgia, and melancholia, Collier’s work establishes a tension between her employment of an almost forensic photographic objectivity and the often highly subjective and emotive content she focuses on.

Exhibition produced with the collaboration of Anton Kern Gallery, New York and the Corvi-Mora Gallery, London.
And with: Aphrodite Gonou, Jim Lambie, Thea Westreich / Ethan Wagner, Hilary Rubenstein, Melissa and Robert Soros, David Schrader.
Exhibition venue: Atelier de Mécanique, Parc des Ateliers.