10 exhibitions not to be missed this summer in France (and one in Geneva), Les Inrockuptibles, July 24, 2020

“This summer saw the opening of POUSH, five letters and one onomatopoeia that were already on everyone’s lips (and, more importantly in everyone’s Instagram stories) on the opening night. You have to admit that it is photogenic, this old, abandoned office building from the 1980s, in the grey area of old tertiary-sector offices in Clichy, a few hundred meters north of the Porte de Clichy metro station. Here, in this decrepitly charming place right out of a Rohmer movie, with its bushy carpeting and long point collars, about a hundred artists have settled. A few renowned Parisian project spaces (Exo Exo, Rotolux or The Community) have also taken up residence and exhibited their work here. Until the programming starts again in September, you can already visit the inaugural exhibition of this “Special Program”: the collective proposal La Méditerranée, orchestrated by curators Gaël Charbau and Yvannoé Kruger.”