FRANCK LE FEUVRE AND JONATHAN ROZE PRESENT INVADER: PART III, THE THIRD PART OF A SERIES OF EXHIBITIONS, INITIATED IN 2011, DEDICATED TO INVADER.
The gallery, which represented the artist in France between 2009 and 2015, first co-organised, alongside Invader, the exhibition 1000 in 2011. Celebrating Invader's 1000th mosaic pasted in the streets of Paris, the exhibition was held both at La Générale - where the Rubik's Cubes as well as several installations could be seen - as well as at the gallery where the Alias occupied the space.
In 2017, after the official collaboration between the artist and the gallery had already ended, the gallery organised Invader: Masterpieces following the discovery of four unpublished panel ceramics from 1997. These mosaics, among Invader's earliest works, formed the backbone of an exhibition featuring a selection of the artist's major works. Although Invader was not involved in the exhibition, the gallery was able to rely on his intervention for the restoration of the four 1997 mosaics which, at the time of their discovery, had just spent twenty years outside.
June 2022. Five years after Invader: Masterpieces, the gallery is pleased to present Invader: Part 3, an exhibition unveiling a series of symbolic works, representative of the artist's work: Rubik's cubes, Alias, unique pieces, Invader Guides with micro-ceramics, Invader Kits...
A catalogue is published on this occasion. As a preface to the catalogue, Franck Le Feuvre has written a text recounting his encounter and his history with the artist (also to be read in the press release).