Signé Barrière n°6 jun à nov 2013
Signé Barrière n°6 jun à nov 2013
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english version english version For our British readers, Signé Barrière offers a selection of translated texts in English. Happy Reading ! SigneBa riere_06_07.indd 1 19/07/13 17:49 Patrice Palacio - Such strong fragments He wants to be a painter of reality in his own way and he combines in black and white the furtive present with every shade and material. At the age of 36, Palacio has tracked down centuries of « luminances ». page 6 In the palette of colours in which his paintbrushes wander, he watches out for that moment when painting becomes an embrace. Patrice Palacio is a kneader of passions. He likes to grab hold of solid time and scrapeup its outsides. Not crumbs or splinters  : all those torn fragments that the material lays on his canvas are pieces of the puzzle that he sees in reality. He does not reconstitute. He does not interpret. When it comes to colour(s), it is raw material - even olfactory - that he uses. On his canvas, the yellow is pollen - real pollen - the red is cherry pulp, the grey is pepper, the soft green is fennel, the ethereal pink is praline, the dark is liquorice. And what about the granular ? Chlorophyll, cornflower, violet, wool, earth, sand, brushwood. With a resin, made to a recipe created with a friend who is a chef, he has made the secret shield of his work to preserve what he knows to be ephemeral  : « I show. Time is an incorruptible hourglass. For art to last, it must be solid. Therefore well made. » His pigments are facings on the ramparts. Avoiding colour, Patrice Palacio has a passion for black and white. He imagines series of them. With his little Canon he photographs landscapes, faces or piles. Developed, these subjects are painted onto the canvas, in a vertical frame in one and the same format (162 X 130, this time). Palacio is not looking for the cosmetic precision of scenery  : « I like the actuality of life, not its dream. And what is valid for art is valid for everything else tra-la-la ». Down the phone line, the sound of laughing children chasing around in the distance enters the conversation. In this early part of summer, Patrice Palacio has briefly left Montpellier 90 | été/Automne 2013 - SignéBarrière
english version where he lives and works to go to a few acres of land at the foot of the luminous Cévennes where he also lives and works. Although very focused, there is nothing inscrutable about this 36-year-old man, carved by the winds of the Languedoc south. Self-taught, he passed his baccalauréat at 16, and soon had under his belt a postgraduate diploma in marketing and visual communication. He was offered a post in artistic direction at Publicis in Paris at the beginning of the 2000s. After thinking it over for one night - « advertising or art ? » - he decided to leave the building on the Champs-Élysées and the predictable office with a view over the Arc de Triomphe. To his would-be employers, he said no  : « I want to be a painter ». Without any bluster, just a resolution. Back to Montpellier. « I began to paint at the age of five. With a very clear perception so early on of what I would find in art through painting. I just had to put it into practice in my life ». A little detour via the national competitive exam for Fine Art teachers (category A) « for my bread and butter », and here we have Palacio in his studio by the sea. A meeting with gallery owner Roger Castang was to prove decisive. Palacio was working on the theme of Pompeii. For the first time he sold a drawing. And then the « luminance » of black and white became compelling to him. The idea of a working process. Of a discipline and a rigour that are expressed in the successful rhythm of series. The photo is a pretext and a tool in the search for fragments that he wishes to put on canvas as though staging a play. For a series of portraits, he found himself tempted to stick to the technique of his designer friend Xavier Llongueras, now living in Los Angeles, who had devised a technique of magnetic mosaic on a metal panel. « This gives the painting a variable, pixellated geometry ! » remarks Palacio with enthusiasm. For a recent work, on a base of small blank squares of mosaic which he painted individually, the stickler for detail turned himself into a Benedictine illuminator  : on the back of each piece, which measured less than a square centimetre, he has written a number which, if it accidentally comes off, means it can be replaced with one exactly the same. « In my view, these are not constraints. These are limits to creation that I do not impose on myself  : I choose them. And next ? Well, like you decide on a change of scene, I will look elsewhere. » A stickler for detail, hard worker and flaneur. « Never still, anyway ». The proof ? His increasingly visible presence on the international art market  : in Dubai, at the Paris FIAC, in Frankfurt, and more. And, for October and November, with his friend the designer Xavier Llongueras, happy to escape from Los Angeles, he is preparing a peculiar « food truck » operation. Like the vans that have become the darlings of good fast food made in Lutèce, it will be plying the streets of Paris. This exhibition on wheels will be called the Mobile Art Kitchen. Follow Palacio. In his superbly conceived crazy fragments. Charms, rituals and superstitions - 2013 includes "two" Friday 13 th SaL.t 1) t p o l p u o A Aepz.td page 34 A pair of Friday 13th  : one in September, and the other in December. It is not extraordinary but it is noteworthy. Here is the time to discuss the atmosphere of gambling from a different angle, on this particular day. At the top of the ladder – or should we say… under the ladder – of superstitions, Friday 13th has a special status. Many gamblers like to face this day as a challenge. Indeed, casinos in France may know a 40% increase of visitors on this particular day. A special date that comes twice in the calendar of 2013  : Friday September 13th and Friday December 13th. And now, it’s time to work on your winning formula ! Indeed, mathematics shows that, by 2019, there will be 17 Friday 13th. But the question remains  : superstitions aside for a moment, is this fifth day of the week engraved with the number 13 that special ? It is, indeed. The same mathematics reports demonstrate that over 4000 years based on the SignéBarrière - été/Automne 2013 | 91



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