Since the end of 2015, Bardula has been represented by Swiss gallery La Ligne, which will be making its fourth appearance at Art Paris. From 31 March to 3 April 2016, the gallery will show Bardula’s work for the first time at this unmissable contemporary art fair, held annually in the Grand Palais.
Bardula’s exhibited artworks by Galerie La Ligne will feature ‘Dôme’:
Presented as the central work, it is a luminous, translucent structure that seems to emerge from nothingness and, at the same time, to lose itself in infinity, in a perspective that could as easily be monumental as microscopic. This crystallization evokes a mineral structure that could serve as a model for a spatial construction, an architecture suspended in the void. The work draws into an intense density of light a diaphanous delicacy, producing a majestic visual poetry imbued with unexpected serenity. ‘Square’, ‘Univers Parallèles’ and ‘Hexagone’ will also be exhibited alongside it.
Galerie La Ligne, located in Zürich, specializes in geometric Art Concret and Constructive Art.
The gallery represents international artists whose artworks continue in the tradition of these artistic movements.
Exhibitions are held in the gallery or, externally, in museums, such as the Museum Haus Konstruktiv in Switzerland.
Galerie La Ligne, founded in 2004 by Jack Meyer and Urban Hess, also shows its artists’ work at contemporary art fairs, in Zürich, Cologne and, for the fourth consecutive year, at Art Paris.
The artists represented by La Ligne include Aurélie Nemours, Haruhiko Sunagawa, Sonia Delaunay, Vera Molnar, Ueli Gantner, Marie-Thérèse Vacossin and Christian Megert among others, and, recently, Bardula, whose work will be exhibited in the Grand Palais during Art Paris.