From 3 March to 8 May 2023 at the HAB Galerie
Leopold and Till Rabus are two painters who are highly attentive to the world around them. By practicing their generous style of painting — one that is also humorous and ironic — they overturn conventional codes of beauty and art history.
Une ébauche lente à venir (“A sketch that is slow to come”) is the first major show in France to feature them together and show a hundred of their works, most of which are recent and some created exclusively for the exhibition.
Juxtaposed genre scenes, still lifes, and landscapes all dialogue with one another in a layout designed to immerse visitors in their painterly desires.
The snow, manure piles, chicken coops, and fields in Léopold Rabus’s paintings teem with a tribe of sublimated and strange animals: cows, slugs, birds, flies, dogs, deer… They find an echo in Till Rabus’s paintings, which are populated by bodies, trash, and different consumer objects in cleverly orchestrated, baroque, and exuberant compositions.
Léopold Rabus (born 1977) and Till Rabus (born 1975) come from a family of artists in Neuchâtel, where they live and work. With their artist parents, Alex Rabus and Renate Rabus, the artists were immersed in a world of surrealism and parody from an early age.
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HAB Galerie, Quai des Antilles, Nantes
How to get there?
Public transport: Hangar à Bananes, Quai des Antilles, Carrière Misery, Salorges
Self-service bicycles: Hangar À Bananes (n°105), Antilles (n°104), Garennes (n°106), Carrière Misery (n°28)
From march 3rd 2023 to may 8th 2023
from 13h30 to 19h00 on wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday, sunday
PRM parking is available on the Boulevard de la Prairie-au-duc.
Cane seats and Flaneuses® (wheeled mobility modules) are available for self-service.