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Nexus Retrospective at Le Cube Gallery in Paris

February 5, 2014


A TASTE OF LONDON / FOCUS ON THE NEXUS STUDIO

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The exhibition spans ten years of internationally-recognised creative work, which demonstrates the company’s success in cultivating a roster of unique and innovative directing talent across animation, live-action and interactive media.

The directors’ projects on display at Le Cube include a Cannes Lions Grand Prix-winning commercial, an Oscar-nominated short film, a Grammy-music video, and a Webby Award-winning interactive film using the latest web technology. Nexus has also included some of its newly-signed talent, whose backgrounds and stylistic influences range from animation to architecture, illustration to photography.

The exhibition presents each piece of work on an individual screen with headphones across the gallery space and it will open to the public from the 31 January, running until mid July this year.

Carine Le Malet, Artistic Director of Le Cube, says; “I have followed Nexus for a long time and have already shown some of it creations at Le Cube. In my opinion, Nexus is one of the best design studios in Europe. It brings everything it touches to a higher level. It certainly comes from the fact that Nexus have chosen to work with creative people who are also artists. This is the reason why artists from Nexus like Quayola or Memo have also been exhibited at Le Cube several times during the last 12 years. It seemed important to me to honour Nexus with an exhibition in an art space like Le Cube. This gives the opportunity to discover the fabulous productions of Nexus for a sector of public who are not yet aware of their work. And for those already in the know, they can discover Nexus’ latest creations in this great show!”

The exhibition presents each piece of work on an individual screen with headphones across the gallery space and it will open to the public from the 31 January, running until mid July this year.

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