French art gallery Maison Sophie Lacasse will present a Norman Reedus photography art exhibition from May 29 to June 29, 2019.
Norman Reedus will have his photography artwork featured in a group art show at France’s Maison Sophie Lacasse starting May 29. The art gallery is located at 33 rue de Bellechasse, Paris 7e and open from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. Reedus promoted the exhibition on Twitter and mentioned the May 29th date alone, making a first day appearance probable.
The Walking Dead star did an interview over at New York’s Sotheby’s when his photos were featured at the auction house back in 2017… So, it’s a pretty solid bet Reedus will stop by this show as well! Opening night beckons attendance after all. Potentially, the trip could be featured as part of a future Ride with Norman Reedus episode in the works for AMC. Either way, appearance or not, it’s an excellent opportunity for French Walking Dead fans to get acquainted with one of Reedus’ main passions off the set.
if your in paris, I’m part of a group art show x -May 29th
at Maison Sophie Lacasse
33 rue de Bellechasse, Paris 7e
— norman reedus (@wwwbigbaldhead) May 19, 2019
The photos at art gallery Maison Sophie Lacasse will be curated by Géraldine Beigbeder (@happen_art) and Laurie Dolphin.
Above: The art exhibition is being titled ‘Photographies – The sun’s coming up like a big bald head’ a spin on Reedus’ own user handle on Twitter. Reedus released a limited edition collector’s volume of his photographs in 2013 titled,
The Sun’s Coming Up … Like a Big Bald Head prior. The 132 page book is currently available for purchase over at Baker & Taylor in hardcover for $45.
Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes) on Reedus’ photography:
Every photograph is in some way autobiographical, as its composition and content all depend on the eye and the mind of the taker. But I would suggest not attempting this with these images.
Kim Gordon on Reedus’ photography (Founding Member of band Sonic Youth and Visual Artist):
Norman knows how to use the flat surface. He imbues it with the physicality that he knows as an actor, the spatial sense when you’re moving around in that rectangle.
The spontaneity of live action next to the STILLness of death, fake, stuffed…real.
Check out a detailed look into Daryl and Ezekiel’s one-on-one conversation about Carol this past Walking Dead season 9 finale.