The Slotine Gallery, created in 1991 in Le Havre, exhibits live artists (except exceptions) whose work is the culmination of a reflection, an experience and a great know-how. They produce numerous personal exhibitions including those of Michael Warren with his monumental wooden sculptures, this of Jean Olivier Hucleux with a catalogue prefaced by Gilbert Lascault and another one of Marc Devade born in Le Havre.
For this new edition of Art Élysées, the gallery presents the work of artist Sascha Nordmeyer who performs a serial search initiated on the paper by means of micro-reflectors cut out and activated by the artist. His research continues on metal installations and in increasingly monumental formats. His creation is in contrast. Strong in kineticism and constructivism, it uses technology and digital technology. His work is conducive to contemplation for the essential harmony that emerges from it as so many emotions, fullness and balance.