Spreading fear and mayhem in the visual arts.

Antanas Sutkus at Château d'Eau, Toulouse

by Suzanne on March 11th, 2011

Blind Pioneer by Antanas Sutkus, 1962 - click to enlarge

I stumbled upon one of the most amazing French photography galleries the other day: The Château d'Eau founded in 1974 by Jean Dieuzaide and located in an old water tower in Toulouse.

Until April 17, the gallery is showing Un Regard Libre, a retrospective devoted to Lithuanian photographer Antanas Sutkus that makes my eyes water particularly because the above photograph that has haunted me for years will be on show.

Details below.

On show: Mar 9 - Apr 17, 2011

Address: Le Château d'Eau, Galerie municipale, 1 Place Laganne, 31300 Toulouse, France, tel: +33(0)5 . 61770940, email: chateau@galeriechateaudeau.org

Opening hours: Tue - Sun: 1 - 7 PM

To order Antanas Sutkus' monograph at £60.00 or print sales contact Anya Stonelake: anya@whitespacegallery.co.uk

In Japan earthquake & tsunami news, sensei Trevor Brown has survived the apocalypse unharmed and is far away from the grotesquely large dark brown self-aware lava-like blob made of trucks, trains, houses, bridges, and BURNING forests swallowing up the landscape bit by bit like Katamari. :(

by suzanne_tumblr on November 18th, 2010

Blind Pioneer by Antanas Sutkus, 1962