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L’enfouissement du Crabe, 2009

Run time 2:57 Incorporating familiar objects into his sculptures, from tables to shelves, plywood, even the sails of a windmill, Leblon presents enigmatic constructions and combinations which have a powerful, seductive, material presence. While his works refuse a single reading, they often conjure images of the ruin and the passage of time, bringing the present and the past into contact. Guillaume Leblon was short-listed for the Prix Marcel Duchamp, has participated in solo and group exhibitions in such venues as Mass MoCA, the Palais de Tokyo, and is included in various institutional collections including the Georges Pompidou center in Paris. He is represented by Galerie Jocelyn Wolff in Paris, and Carlier-Gebauer in Berlin.