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Xolo Cuintle

BIOGRAPHY


Under the entity Xolo Cuintle, Romy Texier and Valentin Vie Binet imagine spaces at the border between a dream and a simulacrum. In an undefinable timing, these spaces characterized themselves as a deserted domestic, in a permanent state of latency. Between furniture and sculpture, a set or intimate space, their construction is a meticulous assembly where the furnishings can be considered either as a sculpture or a pedestal. There is a presence of intimacy of this architecture, where the object is ideally placed according to their gaze and live in a state of serenity.

ARTIST CV

2021

March 2021: Beatus, group show curated by Lisa Boostani, Poush Manifesto, Clichy

March 2021: Worst Case Scenario, group show curated by Chloe Bonnie More, Paris

March 2021: Head Office, Poush Manifesto, Clichy


2020

December 2020 : The Ghost Between the Guest and the Host, curated by Laurent & Raphael Gia, Poush Manifesto, Clichy

December 2020 : Waiting Room, Poush Manifesto, Clichy
October 2020 : LIMBO group show, curated by Leo Lopez, Everyday Gallery, Antwerp
October 2020 : Home Theatre Saison 4 : La Salle à Manger, Manufacture des Gobelins, Paris

September 2020 : Exhibition for the launch of Feu magazine N°2, Glassbox, Paris
March 2020 : Home Theatre Saison 2 : Le Salon, Manufacture des Gobelins, Paris
February 2020 : Tumulus group show, curated by Leo Lopez, Everyday Gallery, Anvers
February 2020 : Crash group show for the launch of Temple Magazine N°8, 35fsd, Paris
February 2020 : Exhibition for the enclosure of Revue Tintamarre, Peinture Fraîche, Bruxelles.

January 2020: Exhibition/Party Indépendance Day, organized by Bildung at Duperré, Paris.


2019

- October 2019 : Home Theatre Saison 1 : Le Cabinet, Manufacture des Gobelins, Paris

June 2019: Exhibition for the launch of Temple Magazine N°7, Glassbox, Paris
June 2019: Savoir Faire Savoir, Galerie des Galeries, Galeries Lafayette, Paris

November 2018 : Scenography for the performance Carte Blanche à Zoé Guédard, « L’invitation au musée », Centre National de la Danse, Pantin