Exhibitions

 
  • Fabrice Hyber Les Bains / les bains mentaux 2012 Chili peppers, sponge, currency, white salt 175 x 175cm (x4) Courtesy Fabrice Hyber and BALTIC Photo: Colin Davison

  • Fabrice Hyber Raw Materials (installation view), BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead 2013 Courtesy Fabrice Hyber and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art Photo: Colin Davison

  • Fabrice Hyber Untitled (self portrait)1989 Resin, glass, steel, gel coating, pump, water 220 x 50 x 50cm Courtesy Fabrice Hyber and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art Photo: Colin Davison

  • Fabrice Hyber Une metre cube de beaute 2012 Courtesy Fabrice Hyber and BALTIC Photo: Colin Davison

  • Fabrice Hyber Les Bains / les bains mentaux 2012 Chili peppers, sponge, currency, white salt 175 x 175cm (x4) Courtesy Fabrice Hyber and BALTIC Photo: Colin Davison

  • Fabrice Hyber MIT-MAN 2007 Metal structure and fruit 200 x 100 x 50 cm and metal mannequin 180cm Courtesy Fabrice Hyber and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art Photo: Colin Davison

  • Fabrice Hyber Installation view, Palais De Tokyo, Paris 2012 Photo: André Morin

Fabrice Hyber

Raw Materials

22 March 2013 - 30 June 2013

Fabrice Hyber (born Luçon, France 1961) is one of the most inventive and influential artists of his generation. Hyber’s continually evolving work includes painting, drawing and installation and is developed from a principle of echoes, in which each work is made in response to another. Since the 1980s Hyber has created hybrid works made from a vast array of materials and based upon a network of unexpected associations. In his exhibitions, visitors are invited to experience the work by interacting with it directly and generating new ways of behaving. Raw Materials is the artist’s first large-scale solo exhibition in the UK and will bring together more than fifty works spanning Hyber’s prolific career.

Fabrice Hyber: Raw Materials was originated by Palais de Tokyo, Paris.

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Fabrice Hyber: Raw Materials was originated by Palais de Tokyo, Paris.

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