GALERIE CHLOE SALGADO is pleased to invite you to Un souvenir qui se porte, a solo exhibition by Côme Clérino.
Graduated and honoured from the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris in 2016, Côme Clérino (1990) develops a multidisciplinary practice shaking up the academic definition of painting and integrating drawing, sculpture, ceramics, textiles and installation. In 2017, he presents his first solo exhibition, Voir au verso, at the gallery Les Gens Heureux in Copenhagen. In 2018, after a new solo exhibition, Emulsilfy(ing), at Castellana 22 gallery in Madrid, he is nominated for the International Painting Prize of Vitry-sur-Seine. In 2019, he presents his first two solo exhibitions in France, Et si on passait les meubles par la fenêtre? at the Double V gallery in Marseille, and Que devons nous y faire at the GALERIE CHLOE SALGADO in Paris. In 2020, he participates in the 69th edition of Jeune Création at the Fiminco Foundation in Romainville, and in 2021 in the 65th edition of the Salon de Montrouge. Finally, in the first half of 2022, he is a laureate of the spring commission of the Fondation des Artistes.
For his fifth solo exhibition, Un souvenir qui se porte, Côme Clérino has imagined a new participative and immersive proposal around the theme of memory.
The exhibition will be accompanied by a text by the curator and head of artistic projects and contemporary art collection Emerige, Joséphine Dupuy-Chavanat.