Daphné Corregan has become, throughout her forty years of ceramic career, a figurehead of the French cultural landscape. Both a prolific artist and an influential teacher, she enjoys unequivocal international recognition, as evidenced by the public collections of a dozen countries that have understood the importance of acquiring her works. This exhibition will offer you the opportunity to meet an exceptional spirit, surveying with an obvious technical mastery, a perfectly surprising diversity of expressions. Here is an artist whose each sculpture is suspended between improbable suggestion and deliberate plastic affirmation, some of which, such as the post-Orwellian heads with their impassive gaze, owe much to the heroic works of social realism, whether Russian or Chinese. Here is a generic portrait well in line with our own time when the struggle between tribalism and civic-mindedness is in full swing.