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Solo show by the artist Johanna Cartier

At KOMMET, Johanna Cartier strives to show what life can be like for teenage girls in rural areas. “Local girls” grow up far from the urban world, far from anonymity. Flirting around the football goals or working on the family farm, they evolve on a territory with little activities and hobbies. Sometimes seen as girlfriends, future wives or even as targets, the teenagers navigate feverishly between early hypersexualisation and pressure of judgement. Interweaving sculptures and painting, Johanna Cartier draws on her own memories to give us a piece of her adolescence spent in the french empty diagonal.

Curator : Émilie d'Ornano

Biography :
Born in 1996, Johanna Cartier lives and works in Brest.
She graduated from the École Supérieure d’Art de Bretagne (Rennes) in 2019. In 2021 she inaugurated a personal exhibition at Centre d’art Passerelle Brest). Her work has also been shown at Galérie Vanessa Quang (Paris), galerie du Praticable (Rennes) or even at Dapper (Amsterdam). In June 2022 she did a residency at the Brest prison, in partnership with Passerelle, the Ligue d’Enseignement Finistère and PJJ organised by the Culture/Justice plan backed by the Ministry of Culture and the Brittany DRAC.


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