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Scott Hunt, Beast

Charcoal on paper
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Scott Hunt, Curtains

Charcoal on paper
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Scott Hunt, This Must Be The Place

Charcoal on paper

Entre chien et loup

Scott Hunt solo show

In 1974, the silent shout which does not stop ringing throughout the play written and staged by Bob Wilson, letter for Queen Victoria, is the one of a settling of scores orchestrated by Wilson in its childhood repressed by the morality of his parents in deep and puritanical America having lost until the most elementary sense of humor. It is the shout of the child that suffers to have become him an adult.

This " american way of life " stigmatized by Wilson is reminiscent of that denounced by the New York draftsman Scott Hunt whose first monographic exhibition the gallery Coullaud and Koulinsky presents in France, entitled Entre chien et Loup from January 30th till March 29th, 2014. Stemming of prestigious design Parsons school of, fort of a robust technique and leaned in the tradition of the big illustrators of press New Yorker (his work is regularly published by the Harpers Bazar, New-Yorker, the New York Times etc.), Scott Hunt develops a work of drawing, in the charcoal, meticulous, obsessional, absurd, heartening, moved, hyper and surealist at the same time.

The work of Scott Hunt is "fantasticque" by the hesitation which it produces between the supernatural and the nature, the possible or the impossible and sometimes between logic and the illogical.

Just like Bob Wilson, Hunt is an illusionist.

EXHIBITION 30/01 > 29/03/2014

Galerie Mathias Coullaud