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Tatiana Trouvé

Tatiana Trouvé is an Italian-born artist. In 1994 she moved to Paris. She currently lives and works in Montreuil, Paris. Her recent work can be seen in a solo show at Gagosian, New York this fall. And a new sculpture installation of hers is on view in Oxford Ness, UK, as part of the exhibition Afterness on display for two years. In Paris, seven sculptures by Trouvé are featured in the inaugural exhibition at La Bourse de Commerce — Pinault Collection through December 2021.

From March to May

In March 2020, the world began to close its doors, first in China, then in Italy… Everywhere, uncertainty was growing. In France on March 15, 2020, the day before what would later be called the first confinement began, the front page of the newspaper Libération was headlined: "Coronavirus: Le jour d’avant” (Coronavirus: The day before). This uneasy title is a reference to Nicholas Meyer's film The Day After. A question emerged from this mirroring game: when would be the day after? And, above all, what would that day be like?

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OCT 2021

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