Starting Saturday, March 26, the Champs Elysées in Paris will be a veritable cat walk, hosting an exhibition of no less than twenty full-sized sculptures featuring Philippe Geluck’s Le Chat. On their Facebook page, the organising gallery Huberty-Breyne ran some pictures of the installation activities. Now I want to go to Paris, lockdown or not.
From March 26 until June 5, a parallel exhibition of artwork by Geluck will be held at the gallery’s Paris branch itself (36, avenue Matignon), featuring preparatory sketches, works on canvas and multiples. You will also be able to visit the show (and maybe score some art) on the Huberty-Breyne website.