°CLAIR Welcomes Joseph Dadoune
The °CLAIR Gallery is pleased to announce it will be representing the photographer, artist, and filmmaker Joseph Dadoune.
“The aesthetic forms and underlying significance of Joseph’s work is utterly captivating,” says °CLAIR Gallery director Anna-Patricia Kahn. “I am exhilarated by the opportunity to work with such a talented and original artist.”
Joseph Dadoune was born in 1975 in Nice, France. His work portrays an on-going odyssey between mental realms and geographical realms in Israel and Europe. He explores fundamental and critical zones in contemporary reality as they deal with the issues of borderline, centre/periphery, multiculturalism, Judaism/Christianity, post-colonialism and identity and gender issues.
Dadoune has had multiple international exhibitions of his work including solo shows at the Petach Tikva Museum in Israel, the Art Le Plateau Contemporary Art Center in Paris, the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Nice, the Museum of Modern Art, Strasbourg, and the Film Museum in Düsseldorf. He has also collaborated with the Louvre and the designer Christian Lacroix in the context of his cinematic projects.
The featured image shows an image from Joseph Dadoune’s Jeux de Tomates series. Colour photographs, ink jet on paper, 84cmx64cm. ©Joseph Dadoune, Courtesy °CLAIR Gallery. For further information about the availability of any prints of these images, inquiries are welcome via email at firstname.lastname@example.org