Exhibtion from July 6th to September 21st 2024

The Arts of Australia Gallery Stéphane Jacob invites the Oia Gallery , for a two-part conversation at 13 rue Chapon 75003 Paris. It is the encounter between Aboriginal art and Southeast Asian art, two cultures that put their narrative energy at the service of a poetic work of memory.

Further, higher, stronger, together!

From their inception in ancient Greece to their modern incarnation, the Olympiad celebrates physical power, mental resilience, courage and determination.

The Olympic Games bring people together, exalt athletes and praise their achievements, glorifying the strength, surpassing oneself and endurance of women and men.

With Racines, the Galerie Arts d’Australie• Stéphane Jacob and the Galerie Oia had initiated a conversation by questioning the links that unite the present to the past and invoke heritage and mythologies.

During the summer and Olympic seasons, the two galleries deepen their exchanges, presenting with the exhibition STRONG a new selection of works from the two galleries.

By putting into perspective the different nuances of the force – vital, physical, mental – the works celebrate through a range of techniques, the vitality of the territory and the need for artistic commitment.

The exhibition highlights profiles that are part of the perpetuation of rites, that question their relationships to territory and time, that affirm their identity, whether singular or common.

Works from the Arts Gallery of Australia:

Aileen Adamson, Barney Campbell Tjakamarra, Collectif Erub Arts, Debby Brown Napaljarri, Konstantina, Kunmanara Sammy Lyons, Elizabeth Marks Nakamarra, Geraldine Granites Napangardi, Gloria Tamerre Petyarre, Leston Spencer Japaljarri, Lofty Bardayal Nadjamerrek, Nathania Granites Nangala, Reva Dickson Nungarrayi, Ronnie Tjampitjimpa, Sabrina Robertson Nangala, Samantha Wilson Napurrurla, Tim Payungka Tjapangardi, Valerie Marshall Napanangka

Works from the OIA Gallery

Channy Chhoeun (Cambodia), Dibsanist (Thailand), Dina Thun (Cambodia) Emmanuelle Nhean (Cambodia), Faizal Yunus (Malaysia), Sary Nou (Cambodia), Kosal Long, Heng Ravuth, Ponleu, Ramya Chuon (Cambodia)

Exhibited works :



Thursday July 4th, 2024
5 pm > – 9 pm

Guided tour by Stéphane Jacob and Hervé Cadet


Saturday July 6th, 2024
3pm > – 6pm

Guided tour by Stéphane Jacob and Hervé Cadet


Jeudi 11 juillet: Presentation of the exhibition “STRONG

Videoconference of your choice from 12 noon to 12:45 pm and from 6 pm to 6:45 pm (French)

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Saturday August 31st, 2024 3pm > to 6pm

Guided tour by Stéphane Jacob and Hervé Cadet

Thursday, September 5th 2024 5pm > 9pm

Guided tour by Stéphane Jacob and Hervé Cadet


July 6th>September 21st 2024, monday to saturday, 10am to 6pm

and Sundays 28 July, 04 August, 11 August, 1 September and 08 September from 10 am to 6 pm