Opening: Wednesday 2 May 2018, 20:00
Duration: 2 May – 16 May 2018
Hours: Everyday 17:00-21:00

As the body cannot be detached completely from experience, and memory from the human presence, thus information cannot exist without form. The technical features of a photograph are its exact description, but not its essence. Plato described a hell of ambiguity, not a utopia of existence when an item’s pure information consists of elements without a specific position, the restructuring of its form would have no impact as to its identity.

Daily we subconsciously recall automated patterns of knowledge, behaviour, interaction, processes with synchronous will and contexts of information that behave as symbiotic organisms. Libraries and lineages act through our simplest action, the metadata of our mental evolution, the filters of existence and the keys of civilization. Every group of information that constitutes an item, an action, a habit or tendency, is meaningless before we filter it through our collective subconscious will.
The purpose is not to know how to process data, but knowing from the beginning their final form. By assuming the end result, we will force its parts to adjust to their new reality.

Participating artists: Anastasia Lamprou, Caroline Pradal, Dimitris Tzikopoulos, Katerina Psimmenou

Project developed by Notus studio

Texts: Alexander Platis

FokiaNou Art Space is pleased to present the work of two artists, Maria Letsiou and Caroline Pradal, who hail from Thessaloniki and France. Both artists playfully address emotions and personal memories by assembling sculptures and collections of mundane items, both secular and sacred, from natural and manmade materials. Letsiou combines vintage found family photographs with sculpture and models to pose questions about nationality and democracy, as well as presenting new works in ink and watercolor on paper. Pradal creates a “mix and match game” with her sculptures and dioramas, which stem from a wide range of influences.

Maria Letsiou (Ph.D.) is a visual artist, educator and researcher. She has participated in two biennials (Luleå Art Biennial, LAB11, Sweden and the 9th Biennale of Young Artists in Europe, Rome, Italy, 1999). Her art works have been presented in several solo and group exhibitions. She is an adjunct assistant professor in the School of Early Childhood Education at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. As a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at UIUC’s School of Art and Design in the United States (2015), she conducted research on learning through video production.

Caroline Pradal graduated from Paris Fine Arts School (ENSBA) in 2005. Her personal exhibitions include: Jardin des Batignolles, Paris (2017), LaChapelle, Paris (2015), Gallery Ockenlund, Copenhagen (2012), and Gallery 22,48m2, Paris (2011). She also participated in several collective events and exhibitions at Ela Projects, Athens, Gallery Jeune Création, Paris and LaGénérale en Manufacture, Sèvres. She was an artist-in-residence at Gallery Rasch in Denmark(2012) and at Gallery Le Besset in France (2005). She works and lives in France, Athens and Vienna.

Opening: Thursday, 11 January, 2018, 18:00
Duration: 11-27 January, 2018 / Hours: Thursday to Saturday, 17:00-20:00

Dôme 24 april-2 may
Opening 24 april at 19h30-22h00

Ela Projects is pleased to host Dôme a video show

Panagiota Bakouti
Rada Boukova
Stéphanie Lefebvre
Vasilis Papageorgiou
Caroline Pellet
Caroline Pradal
Pepo Salazar
and guests

The event will take place on the rooftop at the sunset...
Keiriadon, Athina

24 April-2 May 2016
Visit by appointment only
phone : (+30) 69 43 04 01 66

ελα/Ela! projects is glad to host
the collective summer exhibition 2015

Latitude et Longitude
(here we stand)

Rada Boukova (Bulgaria)
Dorota Feifer (Poland)
Stéphanie Lefebvre (France)
Maria-Claudia Litsas (Greece)
Caroline Pradal (France)
Stian Rekdal (Norway)
+ guests

Opening the 25 July 2015

26 July-4 August
Visit by appointment only

Mini Show

Stéphanie Lefebvre,
Rada Boukova
Sylvain Gelinotte
Elodie Huet
Caroline Pradal
Arnaud Laroche
Pier Francesco Lerose
Maria Bang Espersen
Stian Redkal
Panayota Bakouti

1 rue du Louvre
75002 Paris

Vendredi 12 Décembre 14h00-20h00
Samedi 13 Décembre 14h00-18h00
Dimanche 14 Décembre 14h00-18h00

Visite sur rendez-vous uniquement

"The Fine Line",
Caroline Pradal and Maria Bang Espersen
Gallery Rasch, Rønne, Bornholm, Denmark. 11th of Sept. - 2nd of Oct. 2013

1-23 March 2013 Collective exhibition Galleri ØckenLund

Enjoy the silence
Martin Farran-Lee, Tine Wessel, Caroline Pradal, Maria Bang Espersen og Katrine Kanstrup

Opening 1 March 17h-20h

24 rue Berthe
75018 Paris

La Galerie Jeune Création invite Stock Option.
Vernissage le jeudi 4 octobre à 18h, en présence des artistes
Exposition du 5 octobre au 3 novembre 2012
Du mardi au samedi de 11h à 18h

Hugues Allamargot
Eric Baudart
Benjamin Bruneau
Jennifer Caubet
David Cousinard et Sarah Fauguet
Dominique Forest
François Fleury
Elodie Huet
Sylvain Gelinotte
Stéphanie Lefebvre
Pier Francesco Lerose
Pierre Limpens
Arnika Müll
Otto Muehlethaler
Marc Moret
Vladimir Najman
Caroline Pradal

Collective exhibition, Ockenlund gallery, Copenhaguen, Danemark

Opening 27 Avril

exposition du 14 janvier au 18 février 2012
vernissage vendredi 13 janvier 2012 à partir de 18h

ouvert du mercredi au samedi de 14h à19h

Galerie 22,48m2

30 rue des Envierges
75 020 Paris

30 rue des envierges 75020 Paris
métro pyrénées/jourdain ligne 11
tél. 33 9 81 72 26 37
directeur rosario caltabiano

Vente aux enchères d'oeuvres d'artistes contemporains
(54 artistes, 98 oeuvres)

Dimanche 12 septembre 2010 à partir de 15h

Mirabilia is a latin word for marvellous, "marvelous realism" (or "realism of the marvel")

- that which entails wonder, a moment of awe and intervention of the sublime, a pause of the miracle cutting through the reality of the everyday routine.

Mirabilia is a graphic and photographic walk on the edge of two worlds. From reality, sublimated to the dream-like…

A self portrait in a pool, like a reflexion of a surreal drifting, then a series of black ink drawings of dark forest and photographies of sleeping and ghosltly elements (flowers, building and corridor). Each piece bringing the viewer in touch with the "Marvelous Realism" that's surrounding us.

As a gateway, a doorstep to another world, this work proposes a momentum where the supernatural is a

La Générale en Manufacture
6 Grande Rue
92310 Sèvres - FRANCE
Métro : Ligne 9 - Station : Pont de Sèvres
Tramway : Ligne T2 - Arrêt : Musée de Sèvres
Noctambus : N61 (Hôtel de Ville de Vélizy-Villacoublay - Gare Montparnasse)

Gallery will be open from December 26th to 31st from 5 to 9PM (and from 23rd to 26th by appointment).
Elaine Levy Project, 9 rue Fourmois
Brussels, Belgium


Elaine Levy Project is pleased to announce Nine and has Half Weeks, a series of weekly projects that will start on October 31st, 2009 and take place till the end of January 2010.

During almost three months, from November till January, Elaine Levy Project is taking a break and leaving space to Nine And A Half Weeks, a test project on the edge of the usual gallery functioning.

The dull context of the art market encouraged us to propose a playful and free reinterpretation of the gallery space. Thus Nine and has Half Weeks will propose little experimental forms out of the commercial constraints and which will address a wider public than usual.

Most of the projects will be open construction sites and thought as such, or at least they will offer a range of devices to activate the space. The audience will be invited according to constantly renewed modalities, and the artists will invest the workspace as they want.

Nine and has Half Weeks is thought to be a place not only dedicated to the spectator, but also as a work and research space...

Finally the title is a funny reference, first of all to the duration of this programming, but is besides an invitation for new improvised experiments in our small kitchen, by means of everyday cheap objects.

a project hosted by Elaine Lévy & Florent Delval

Exposition Collective

exposition collective

13 January 2009 - 22 February 2009

15 NOVEMBRE 2008


2 bus, 2 départs, 6 lieux d’art de l’ouest parisien

Parcours Paris/Paris :

départ 15h de La Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris

Parcours Versailles/Versailles :

départ 15h de La Maréchalerie

Réservation bus : 06 12 77 88 90

Jonathan BINET
Élodie HUET
Jessica LAJARD
Blandine LEHEC
Thomas LÉON
Shinobu MIKAMI
Erik Muhammad PAUHRIZI
Caroline PRADAL
Delphine RENAULT
Yumin YANG