Post-Postmodernism, CNAC Gallery, Tokyo. An exhibition by Ill-Studio, featuring photographers Alex Blouin, Allyssa Heuze, Antje Peters, Carl Oliver Ander, Chris Maggio, Fabrizio Albertini, Jack Bool, Marvin Leuvrey, Matthieu Lavanchy, Osma Harvilahty, Sean David Bradley, Stig De Block and Younes Klouche.
Photography : Younes Klouche
Photography : Chris Maggio
Photography : Marvin Leuvrey
Photography : Matthieu Lavanchy
Photography : Carl Oliver Ander
Photography : Jack Bool
Photography : Alex Blouin
Photography : Antje Peters
Photography : Allyssa Heuze
Photography : Stig De Block
Photography : Sean David Bradley
Photography : Fabrizio Albertini
Ill-Studio conceptualized an installation at the Museum of Modern Art in Paris for the Pigalle Spring-Summer 2018 fashion show.
The installation explored the lifelong relationship between art and the anatomy of the human body and its performances. The scenography established visual parallels between the past, present and future of modernity, from the Roman Antiquity to the Avant-Garde era of the early 20th century and the Open-Source times we live in today.
Music composed by Thomas Roussel . Production by Villa Eugenie
As part of the Nike and Pigalle 2017 collaboration, Ill-Studio created a global campaign evoking the anatomy of the human body and its performances while establishing visual parallels between the past, present and future of modernity, from Renaissance to Futurism.
Ill-Studio commissioned photographer and artist Camille Vivier alongside French painter Jean Baptiste Boyer to create a variety of images alternating between painting and photography.
Photographer : Camille Vivier. Film : Julien Pujol. Paintings : Jean Baptiste Boyer
“Playmaker“ is a work by Ill-Studio, produced with the help of Nike, establishing a parallel between the work of French artist Henry Matisse and the free-role of football’s attacking midfielders being central pivots between offensive and defensive players (Post-Impressionism and Modernism) through their superior vision, technical skills, control and creativity.
Artist Anri Sala and curator Christine Macel appointed Ill-Studio to create the identity of the French Pavillon during the 2013 edition of the Venice Biennalle. The resulting project was a minimalistic interpretation of Anri Sala’s take on Maurice Ravel ‘Concerto pour la main gauche’ adapted to various forms and mediums.