Robert Proch will be exhibiting a large body of new work in Paris next week. Openspace Gallery brings Robert to Paris for his first solo exhibition in the city. The show titled “Turn the Corner” will feature 25+ new pieces of work from mix media pieces on paper to large Canvases. We share with you a small preview of the work but after seeing all the other work we can definitely say this is Robert’s biggest and best exhibition to date. The amount of work he will be unveiling will surprise you as well as the more intimate paper works that give you some insight into the artists studies. The larger canvases are remarkable, Robert is definitely pushing the edge of abstraction with rendered portions allowing context to the fields of color and deconstruction. Working in a tonal palette Proch allows the contrast to move with color shifts and hard lines. It is the movement and abrupt rendering of representational elements that makes Roberts work so powerful. If you are close to Paris make sure to check out the opening at Openspace Gallery, if you are not we will offer a full recap after the opening.


Gallery OpenSpace welcomes Robert Proch for his first solo exhibition in France . The opportunity for the public to discover a strong painting , mixing figuration and abstraction, placing the individual in a slippery environment as if to disorient … and throw us!

Exhibition from November 16 to December 21, 2013

Vernissage Saturday, November 16
from 17h to 20h in the presence of the artist.

Practical information :

56, rue Alexandre Dumas, Paris 11th
Tuesday to Saturday from 14h to 20h
M ° Alexandre Dumas ( L2) or Rue Balls ( L9)

Tel. : 09-80-66-63-94


Robert Proch completed his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan in 2012. He painted in the streets for ten years now and develops in parallel research in the animated film. On a multi-story high wall , on a canvas or on a screen, the creations of all the daily deal Proch . Coincidences, surprises or opportunities that we offer the chance are among his favorite themes . Also student feeling like pride , greed , ambition and fear, Proch admit to an outlet of his works : they are ultimately the realization of his confessions . Beyond the aesthetics of narrative deconstruction Proch is based on a completely unique use of color. Almost monochrome , his paintings are done with a very limited palette, the shapes are highlighted with finer shades of colors.