***Art opening reception Thursday July 16, 6PM – 10PM  ***


HORS (out) is a group exhibition which showcases for the first time the work of artists Milan Sanka, Ari Kali & Kirrikoo.

« Hors » is defined as « outside », « out of », « beyond »…

This preposition became the starting point for the three artists to compile their body of work into three distinct themes, defined by each artist.



Milan Sanka // HORS SAISON (out of saison)

Definition : at the time of year when a place is less popular or fashionable.

July 2020 – Post Covid 19 ?
The world has stopped. Plans had to be abandonned, changed, adapted or rescheduled. Everything is being called into question. The world has been quarantined.
This year, there will no longer be tourists, every sector and social class are affected, culture and events, despite being an essential part of humanity were greatly omited by institutions and the government.

However, artists carried on to express, to create, to reflect what makes them tick from a world where change is long overdue.

A one-of-a-kind exhibition in a particular time.

“Hors saison, j’existe, dans l’œil du cyclone.” (“Out of season, I exist, within the eye of the storm”)


Ari Kali // HORS NORME (non-standard)

Definition : individuals who are defined as non conforming, unusual.

These unconventional personalities are the main focus in the artist’s pictorial work, which pushes his vision to brand them as new icons of our contemporary era.


Kirrikoo // HORS-CADRE(S) (out of frame(s))

Definition: not in correct order or condition, incorrect.

This definition applies to the various artworks presented by the artist, ranging from sculptures to illustrations. His work questions identity, and more specifically  dedicated to the black diaspora.





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📅 Tuesday July 14 through Sunday July 26, 2020
⌚ Open everyday except Monday, 1PM – 8PM
🎪 59 Rivoli Gallery (59 rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, Metro station Chatelet)
▶▶ Free entry

Face masks and hand disinfection is mandatory to access the exhibition. Hand sanitizer is available.