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Philippe Deléglise’s ‘Li Po’s Dreams’ at Anton Meier Galerie, Geneva

"A dream of Li Po II," 2017, Philippe Deléglise (1952, Switzerland), oil on canvas, 168.5 x 150 cm, Anton Meier Gallery, Geneva. Photo: Roger Chapellus
(Anton Meier Gallery, Geneva)

Philippe Deléglise’s latest exhibition “Li Po’s Dreams” is on view at Anton Meier Galerie, Geneva.

The exhibition touches upon philosophy and the human experience. The watercolor paintings that make up the exhibition are delicately balanced in a unique way.

A painter and engraver, Philippe Deléglise’s work has been influenced by the figures of Chaldni. The figures discovered by Ernst Chladni (1756-1827) deeply influenced the artist. Deléglise’s abstract paintings are a balance of colors, transparencies and spaces. This conveys a trilateral relationship between the plane, the matter and the vibration that echoes with our inner experiences. “Li” is a concept found in Neo-Confucian Chinese philosophy that refers to the hidden and fundamental reason and order of nature that is mirrored in its organic forms.

This exhibition is on view through April 21, 2018, at Anton Meier Galerie, Athenee Palace -2, rue de l’Athenee-CH-1205 Geneva – Switzerland.

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Click on the slideshow for a sneak peek at the exhibition.