Fabienne Leclerc’s in situ gallery, in the 3rd, consistently impresses with the quality of its installations from a set of highly individual artists, including Mark Dion, known for his interest in zoology and classification, Indian star Subodh Gupta, renowned for her monumental pieces (including towers of silver cooking pots), and video maestro Gary Hill. Much of what you see involves an element of ‘surprise’: in situ swears by sculpture, video art and installations, which create an array of weird, wonderful and often theatrical atmospheres as you wonder through the huge 2-floor space. Each new expo is an excuse for in situ to rethink the floor plans and create new dialogues between the artists, their artworks and the area they’re shown in.
|Venue name:||in situ Fabienne Leclerc|
17-19 rue Michel Le Comte
|Opening hours:||11am-7pm Tue-Sat|
|Transport:||Métro: St-Michel or Pont Neuf|