Exhibitions

Petits dieux de misère, © Nico Peltier

from May 30 to September 4 2016

"Little gods of misery"
Mylinh Nguyen

Little Misery Gods took shape in Kyoto, in 2015, during the artist's residency at Villa Kujoyama. They are part of the continuity of the creator's work around paradoxes and contrasts: grace and unease, the world of mechanics and that of the living...


Presented in the form of a sound installation, they result from a collaboration with Pablo Salaün. Mylinh Nguyen is a graduate of the Duperré School of Textile Art and the Olivier de Serres School of Metal Art.


Since 2002, she has been creating objects and accessories using this rare technique. In 2013, she was awarded the Liliane Bettencourt Prize for the Intelligence of the Hand.

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Petits dieux de misère, © Nico Peltier