Amanda Smith Angelo Di Marco Beb-Deum Brian Dettmer Carolein Smit Charles Krafft  Choi Xooang Christian Clayton Davor Vrankic Elizabeth Mcgrath Frédéric Voisin Georganne Deen Gerard  Born Gérard  Lattier Gilbert  Peyre Handiedan Haroshi Heather Nevay Herbert Hoffmann   Jean Labourdette Jean Pierre Nadau Jim Skull Jim Woodring Joe Coleman John Brophy Judith Schaechter Kate Clark Louis Pons Mariel Clayton Martin Wittfooth Masami Teraoka Mike Davis  Mïrka Lugosi Moolinex Mu Pan Norbert H. Kox Paul Toupet  Renato Garza Cervera  Rob Clayton Stéphanie Lucas  Suckadelic Taylor Mckimens Todd Schorr Tom Huck Travis Louie

HEY! modern art & pop culture Part II

Catalogue of the second HEY! exhibition defending for in France the International outsider pop art in a museum.

Art Show from january 25, 2013 to august 23, 2013
Curators : Anne & Julien - Carte blanche to the art magazine
Halle St Pierre Museum (Paris)
59 artists and 4 private collections

Originale HEY! Team creation
Hard Cover, 256 pages / Bilingual (French, English)
Format 30 x 30  cm - Ankama/619 Edition

HEY! modern art & pop culture Part II

January 2013

Catalogue of the second HEY! exhibition defending for in France the International outsider pop art in a museum.

Art Show from january 25, 2013 to august 23, 2013

Curators : Anne & Julien - Carte blanche to the art magazine

Halle St Pierre Museum (Paris)

59 artists and 4 private collections

Our first exhibition (2011) brought together artists who represent their epoch but are incompatible with its trends: artists whose skills have been honed to a fine point by their inner visions, their methods of production and their determination to give form to the energy coursing through them. This second initiative is a continuation of the same breath, of our drive to share works that have previously been frowned upon or simply neglected. It was created with two theorems in mind: the idea that no art comes from nothing and the decision to shine a light on the world’s rich artistic palette... As a bonus, we wanted this exhibition to become an area of temporary artistic autonomy for each visitor; a place where his or her reflection and pleasure are neither guided nor conditioned by an outside party. As for the concepts explored - death, sexuality, addictions and fraudulent beliefs, for example - they are recurring themes in the history of art. Images that might elsewhere be considered crude are sincere in our eyes. The frankness of these pieces serves to awaken our numbed senses to the current definition of the “socially acceptable” in which we are stagnating. HEY! Modern Art & Pop Culture / Part II is both an endless instant and a provisional conclusion to the twelve issues we have already released as magazines... This exhibition will provide what so many tirelessly inquisitive enthusiasts are craving: sensory explorations, head-on reflections, emotional jolts, residues of human poetry trapped between enigmas. This publication is the exact recall of the artworks presented in the exhibition.

Artists

Canada -

Mariel Clayton -

France -

Angelo Di Marco /

Beb-Deum /

Davor Vrankic /

Frédéric Voisin /

Gérard Lattier /

Gilbert Peyre /

Jean Labourdette /

Jean Pierre Nadau /

Jim Skull /

Louis Pons /

Mïrka Lugosi /

Moolinex /

Paul Toupet /

Stéphanie Lucas -

Germany -

Herbert Hoffmann -

Japan -

Haroshi -

Korea, South -

Choi Xooang -

Mexico -

Renato Garza Cervera -

Netherlands -

Carolein Smit /

Gerard Born /

Handiedan -

United Kingdom -

Heather Nevay -

United States -

Amanda Smith /

Brian Dettmer /

Charles Krafft /

Christian Clayton /

Elizabeth Mcgrath /

Georganne Deen /

Jim Woodring /

Joe Coleman /

John Brophy /

Judith Schaechter /

Kate Clark /

Martin Wittfooth /

Masami Teraoka /

Mike Davis /

Mu Pan /

Norbert H. Kox /

Rob Clayton /

Suckadelic /

Taylor Mckimens /

Todd Schorr /

Tom Huck /

Travis Louie -