Spazio Nobile Midsummer Garden Party & Book Signing “Uchronie” by Vincent Fournier, ed. Filigranes

16/06/2023 — 16/06/2023 @ 18:00 Spazio Nobile GallerySpazio Nobile Studiolo

Welcome to Spazio Nobile Midsummer Garden Party
& Book Signing “Uchronie” by French photographer Vincent Fournier

Spazio Nobile Gallery & Studiolo
Rue Franz Merjay 142 & 169, B-1050 Brussels

Friday 16th June, 18-21.00, in the presence of the artist
New set up of photographs by Vincent Fournier

RSVP before 15.6.2023:

The book signing of Uchronie will take place at the gallery, in the presence of the artist, around his solo show Season XXVI- Super Specimens: Sensations Of The Extraordinary, which takes place until 3rd September, in parallel with his exhibition held at the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature in Paris until 17th September 2023.


Season XXVI- Vincent Fournier, Solo Show at Spazio Nobile
Super Specimens: Sensations of the Extraordinary

After his first solo show Post Natural History at the inauguration of the gallery in 2016, Vincent Fournier returns back to Spazio Nobile – celebrating its 7-year anniversary – with a new personal exhibition Super Specimens: Sensations of the Extraordinary.

Spazio Nobile will unveil at the occasion of the Midsummer Garden Party a new body of work, including prints from the photographer’s Auctus Animalis, Flora Incognita and Post Natural History collections.

Auctus animalis (2022-) puts into perspective the metamorphoses of living beings and the evolution of species looks at the augmented animal. It is an initiatory fable on the metamorphosis of hybrid species, a poetic questioning on the transformation of the living.


Flora Incognita (2023) presented by Spazio Nobile in “World Première” at PAD Paris gives us a glimpse of the possible and infinite transformations of the plant unfolding with delicacy and majesty.

Download the full catalogue here


About photographer Vincent Fournier


Born in 1970 in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, Vincent Fournier is a graduate of the École Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie d’Arles, he also studied sociology and cinema at the University of Montpellier. He now lives between Paris and Arles. His works are part of the collections of the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Mori Art Museum (Tokyo), the LVMH collections and the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature. In 2022, he is the winner of the Swiss Life 4 Hands Prize.