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Detanico Lain, sun(radiante), 2019

Kei Okano
Kei Okano
Kei Okano
Kei Okano
Kei Okano
Kei Okano

Current Exhibition

Detanico Lain Between Yesterday and Tomorrow

November 23, 2019 - January 5, 2020

THE CLUB is pleased to present “Between Yesterday and Tomorrow”, solo exhibition of French−Brazilian artist duo living and working in Paris, Detanico Lain. They are a linguist and a typographer as well. In 2007, they represented Brazil at the 52nd Venice Biennia l. Their work “Vermeer to Veronese” is collected by Conservation Center in Louvre-Lens and was inaugurated at the site in October, 2019.

“There is a line in the middle of the Pacif ic Ocean. A line that divides time into yesterday and tomorrow.
This line is not natural, it is cultural . It is not straight, but broken. It goes right and left to accommodate islands and territories.
It divides time in dif ferent days, though both sides of the line share the same hour. It turns one day into another.” ― Detanico Lain


Artists

Detanico Lain Angela Detanico (1974 –) and Rafael Lain (1973 –) are French–Brazilian artist duo living and working in Paris. They are a linguist and a typographer as well. Their work has been shown in different countries and venues such as Palais de Tokyo and Grand Palais, (France); Moderna Museet (Sweden); CCS Bard Hessel Museum (USA); Mudam (Luxemburg); National Museum of Contemporary Art (Greece); ICC (Japan); Laboratorio de Arte Alameda (Mexico); Malba (Argentina); and Henry Moore Institute (England). They took part in several international exhibitions as 3rd Media City Seoul, Echigo–Tsumari Art Triennial 2006, 10th Bienal de la Havana and the 26th, 27th and 28th São Paulo Biennials. They presented individual exhibitions at Jeu de Paume, Musée de l’A bée Sainte –Croix and Musée Zadkine (France), Museu Coleção Berardo (Portugal), Fundação Iberê Camargo, Museu de Arte da Pampulha and Espaço Cultural Porto Seguro (Brazil) and Brazilian Embassy in Tokyo, among others. In 2004 they received the Nam June Paik Award, in Germany. In 2007, they represented Brazil at the 52nd Venice Biennial. In France, they did several public art works, including a permanent installation for the Institut de Physique du Globe in Paris, and a piece commissioned by the Louvre Museum for its new Conservation Center in Liévin, recently inaugurated.

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