Group Exhibition: The Day After the Fire


September 8th — October 22nd, 2022 

Opening:  September 8th, 2022 – 5:30 pm

Curator: Steve Giasson

Artists: Charlotte Brontë, Stefan Brüggemann, Steve Giasson, Jordan Loeppky-Kolesnik (in collaboration with Coco Klockner), Jean Rhys, Erin Thurlow, and Lawrence Weiner


Project Description

In the current context, particularly fraught due to the environmental catastrophe and sociopolitical tensions engulfing the planet, the exhibition foregrounds the power, at once destructive, contentious, and transformative, of fire.
Born by a poetic and conceptual approach, it allows the emergence of a great humanity by proposing a reflection on the meaning and multiple facets of resistance and its potentialities.

Conceptual artist and curator, Steve Giasson gathers, in this exhibition, artists and authors of various origins and eras. Transcending disciplinary categories, he creates a dialogue between pictorial, conceptual, video and literary works.


Recording of the conversation between the artists Jordan Loeppky-Kolesnik, Erin Thurlow, and the curator Steve Giasson. September 8th, 2022. 


Photo Credit: Erin Thurlow – “Burnt Home” from the Dark Times series, Spray painting on a New York Times’ page, 2017-ongoing.