Artists 

  • Aïello (Claude)

    Claude Aïello, ceramist, installed his workshop in Vallauris, in the south of France. Driven by his desire to give new lines to the objects he designs, Claude Aïello throws himself into contemporary creation, putting his craftsman's knowledge at designers' service. They bring their talents...

  • Alechinsky (Pierre)

    Pierre Alechinsky is a painter and engraver, he was born in belgium in 1927 and works and lives in France since 1951. From 1948 to 1951, Pierre Alechinsky is part of the Cobra movement, wanting to free the artistic act after the war. Pierre Alechinksy creates a synthesis between modern...

  • Asse (Geneviève)

    Born in Vannes (France) in 1923. She lives and works between Paris and l'île aux Moines (France).

  • Atelier BL119

    Hervé Dixneuf and Grégory Blain, who joined forces in 2007 to create the “Atelier BL119”, make up an atypical duo, far from the usual line of strategy one comes across in the work of young designers. Their difference in the realm of design resides in their culture of the “project”, in which...

  • Azambourg (François)

    François Azambourg lives and works Paris. His work has been devoted to the combination of techniques and the true art of applied arts. His work often crosses over into the realm of research. He regularly registers patents for new materials and new processes. In 2005 he obtained a Carte Blanche...

  • Barani (Marc)

    After studying architecture and scenography, Marc Barani completes his course with anthropology studes that led him to spend one year in Nepal. Marc Barani founds his agency in 1989with Brigitte Fryland, scenographer, and starts his activity with the extension of the Saint-Pancrace cemetery in...

  • Bardet (Guillaume)

    Guillaume Bardet began to draw as a child... an activity that he continues to this day. On paper tablecloths, newspapers, serviettes, sketch pads. Guillaume Bardet experiments with forms. Just as Guillaume Bardet used to back in Rouen, where he was born in 1971 and where he lived until the age...

  • Barry (Robert)

    An American artist born in 1936, Robert Barry became one of the most radical representatives of conceptual art in the sixties. During the seventies, his artwork became almost exclusively text-based. He projected words onto walls, in a series of slides presenting isolated phrases or...

  • Bedin (Martine)

    Martine Bedin was born in Bordeaux in 1957. She is an architect and is part of the “Radical Design” movement, as well as the designers’ group that founded the Memphis. Martine Bedin built several houses such as La Maison Rouge in Bordeaux, she converted the Sully hotel and the Palais du Tau....

  • Ber (Janos)

    Janos Ber is a hungarian painter, he was born in Budapest in 1937 and lives and works in Paris since 1957. He interrogates Henri Matisse’s writings and paintings, beginning of a production that addresses themes coming from “the subconscious”. In 2008,...

  • Biecher (Christian)

    Christian Biecher is an architect, he belongs to a new generation of creators, sensitive to the crossing of different artistic disciplines. He graduated from the Ecole nationale supérieure d’architecture de Paris-Belleville in 1989. Design, architecture and interior design are all part of his...

  • Big-Game

    Grégoire Jeanmonod was born on april 2nd 1978. In 2003, he got his HES industrial design diploma at the Ecole cantonale d’art de Lausanne (Ecal). Elric Petit was born on april 2nd 1978. He has a bachelor degree in industrial design from the Ecole nationale des arts...

  • Bisch (Karina)

    Born in 1974, Karina Bisch lives and works in Paris. She is represented by the Nosbaum & Reding gallery, Luxembourg, and the Dépendance gallery, Brussels (Belgium).

  • Blain (Grégory)

    Hervé Dixneuf and Grégory Blain, who joined forces in 2007 to create the “Atelier BL119”, make up an atypical duo, far from the usual line of strategy one comes across in the work of young designers. Their difference in the realm of design resides in their culture of the “project”, in which...

  • Bloch (Pierrette)

    Born in 1928, Pierrette Bloch is one of Europe’s most renowned post-war abstract artists. An independent spirit, she has made use of poor materials and reduced motifs throughout the course of her career.

  • Bonetti (Mattia)

    Mattia Bonetti was born in Lugano (Switzerland) in 1952. After art studies, he moves to Paris in 1973 where he creates for the textile industry, then works as a photographer. From 1979, he becomes a designer-decorator and creates many collections of furniture and unique pieces or limited...

  • Bonnefoi (Christian)

    Christian Bonnefoi, a trained art historian, was born in 1948. He lives and works in Gy-les-Nonains (in the Loiret, a region of France) and in Paris. In 2008-2009, a retrospective of his work was shown at the Georges Pompidou Centre, in Paris.

  • Branzi (Andrea)

    Andrea Branzi is, at one time, an architect, designer, city planner and journalist (Modo Magazine, 1983 to 1987). He was one of the founders in 1983, of the Domus Academy in Milan. A professor of industrial design at Milan Polytechnic University, he is also the author of a number of books and...

  • Brown (Jacques)

    Jacques Brown was born in 1918, and died in 1991. He was a French sculptor and painter.
  • Bruneau (Martin)

    MARTIN BRUNEAU was born in Ottawa, Canada, in 1960. He came from a family involved in the arts and chose to study fine arts in Montreal. He arrived in France in the late 1980’s and settled in Burgundy in 1992. He now lives and works in Autun. He is represented in France by the Isabelle Gounod...
  • Bruno (Vanessa)

    Vanessa Bruno is the daughter of a danish supermodel whose modern, bohemian style was to be a vital source of inspiration for Bruno's future designs. She decided to create her own label and opened her first store in 1998. Parisians spontaneously adopt her urban and feminin creations. As a great...
  • Buren (Daniel)

    Daniel Buren, french paintor and sculptor, was born in 1938 in Boulogne-Billancourt (France). He creates in situ art works, spread world-wide, constantly renewing the relationship between the piece of art, the spectator and the place.

  • Champion Métadier

    Born in Tours (France). Lives and works between Paris and New York.

  • Chancel (Philippe)

    For more than twenty years Philippe Chancel has been developing a photographic experiment in a fertile, complex, and rapidly advancing field between art, documentary and journalism. Philippe Chancel's work has been widely shown, and published in France and overseas in leading magazines. "DPRK",...
  • Charpin (Pierre)

    Pierre Charpin was born in 1962 in Saint–Mandé (near Paris) and graduated from the Beaux–Arts de Bourges in 1984. Since the early 1990s he has devoted himself to designing furniture and objects.

    In 1990 his first solo exhibition was held at the Galerie Perkal (Paris) where he presented...

  • Chevalier (Miguel)

    Miguel Chevalier was born in 1959 in Mexico. He lives and works in Paris. Since 1978, Miguel Chevalier uses technology as a way of expressing himself on the visual art field. He internationally imposed as one of the pioneers of visual and digital arts.

  • Chombart de Lauwe (Lucile)

    Lucile Chombart de Lauwe studied art at the École nationale supérieure d’art in Paris-Cergy, and then photography at the École nationale supérieure de la photographie in Arles. She now lives in Paris, where she joined the photographers association “Le bar Floréal“ in early 2010.
  • Christen (Franck)

    Franck Christen (born January 18, 1971 in Mulhouse) studied at the École nationale supérieure des arts visuels de La Cambre in Brussels (photography studio). He lives and works in Brussels and in Alsace. He is an invited professor at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels. Prizes: 2001 HSBC...
  • Claisse (Geneviève)

    Geneviève Claisse was born in 1935, she is an abstract geometric painter.
  • Cognet (Roland)

    Roland Cognet lives at the foot of the Chaîne des Puys mountain range in the Auvergne region and teaches at the École Supérieure d’art de Clermont-Métropole. At the beginning of the 1980s, Roland Cognet set himself a challenge, to incorporate into the same sculptural body of work the four...
  • Couturier (Stéphane)

    Since 1994, Stéphane Couturier exhibits his work, organized in series. The first one, Urban Archeology, addresses shifting urban spaces. Following the Urban Archeology series comes the Generic Cities, then since 2002 the Landscaping series, and finally the Melting Point series, inaugurated in...

  • Daraspe (Roland)

    Roland Daraspe was born on the 20th of september 1950 in Versailles. He is a goldsmith and Master of Arts. In 1968 he got a boilermaker diploma and an aeronautical mecanics certificate in 1971. He lives and works in Macau, in Gironde. In 2003, he was elected a member of the Académie nationale...

  • De Lucchi (Michele)

    Michele De Lucchi was born in 1951 in Ferrara, Italy and graduated in architecture from the University of Florence in 1975. During the period of radical and experimental architecture he was a prominent figure in movements such as Cavart, Alchymia, and Memphis. De Lucchi has designed lamps and...

  • Decq (Odile)

    Odile Decq is an architect born in 1955 in Laval, in the Mayenne department of France. Odile Decq graduated in architecture in Paris in 1978 and received a diploma in Urbanism and Planning in 1979 from the Institute of Political Studies in Paris. In 1980, Odile Decq opened her own agency and...
  • Philippe Decrauzat

    Philippe Decrauzat is an artist who uses both the formal language of Russian constructivists, the optical effects of kinetic art as well as the simple geometric forms of minimalist art. His murals, sculptures, installations or films set out meticulously to explore the status of abstraction in...

  • Dixneuf (Hervé)

    Hervé Dixneuf and Grégory Blain, who joined forces in 2007 to create the “Atelier BL119”, make up an atypical duo, far from the usual line of strategy one comes across in the work of young designers. Their difference in the realm of design resides in their culture of the “project”, in which the...
  • Domeau & Pérès

    Master craftsmen Bruno Domeau and Philip Peres joined venture in the early 90's bringing together their respective proficiency in saddling and upholstery. As they launched their collaborative enterprise, they started to gain immediate recognition for the impeccably detailed execution of their...

  • Dougherty (Patrick)

    Born in 1945 and raised in the woodlands of North Carolina, Patrick Dougherty developed an appreciation for the utility of sticks during childhood play and became aware that sometimes a thicket of branches can achieve the effect of a natural drawing. Despite a career in health administration, he...
  • Downsbrough (Peter)

    Peter Downsbrough was born in 1940 in New Brunswick (US). Peter Downsbrough lives and works in Brussels (Belgium). He studies architecture and works in the continuity of the minimalist movement. minimalistes.
  • Dubois (David)

    Born in 1946, lives and works in Paris.
  • Dupin (George)

    George Dupin was born in 1966 and works and lives in Paris. He graduated from the Institut des Hautes études en arts plastiques and got his National diploma of plastic expression in 1990. George Dupin leads his research according to two axis: on one part, a photographic process that describes...

  • Erró

    Erró (born Guðmundur Guðmundsson) was born in 1932 in Ólafsvík (Island). Erró is a postmodern artist.
  • Favier (Philippe)

    In Europe’s artistic scene, Philippe Favier is an example of a singular practice which has no real equivalent. Born in 1957, he has, since the 1980's, produced paintings where the motif becomes a simple ornamentation of a wider whole, without visible hierarchy and without any particular...
  • Fukasawa (Naoto)

    Born in 1956, Naoto Fukasawa has worked in a consulting capacity as well as designes in Japan, Europe, and other parts of Asia. His design experience is both diverse and widespread, ranging from electronics to furniture and he is recognized worldwide. He continues to hold the "Without Thought"...
  • Fulton (Hamish)

    Hamish Fulton was born in 1946 in London. He defines himself as a "walking artist." Often related to Land art for its proximity with nature and aesthetic exchange from it, yet refuses Hamish Fulton this association. Hamish Fulton prefers to focus on walking, it practical in nature: his steps are...
  • Gaulier (Hellène)

    Hellène Gaulier is a graduate of the ENSCI. She has worked with biologists, la Paillasse, F. Azambourg and the Cochenko Collective. Her work lies at the intersection of industrial and social issues, functionality and evocation, the familiar and the strange. How can objects trigger a surprising...

  • Graham (Dan)

    Dan Graham also works as a theoretician on minimal art, conceptual art and video. He was born in 1942, and he lives and works in New York.
  • Grcic (Konstantin)

    Konstantin Grcic (*1965) was trained as a cabinet maker at The John Makepeace School (Dorset, England) before studying Design at the Royal College of Art in London. Since setting up his own practice Konstantin Grcic Industrial Design (KGID) in Munich in 1991, he has developed furniture, products...
  • Gross (Rainer)

    Rainer Gross, born in Berlin in 1953 and now living in Belgium, began his artwork as a stone sculptor before turning his attention to wood in the mid 1990s. By presenting living, changing, and ephemeral processes, Rainer Gross produces creations with fluid forms, at times graphic, at others...
  • Gupta (Shilpa)

    Shilpa Gupta (b.1976) lives and works in Mumbai, India where she has studied sculpture at the Sir J. J. School of Fine Arts from 1992 to 1997. Gupta creates artwork using interactive video, websites, objects, photographs, sound and public performances to probe and examine subversively such themes...
  • Hardy (Pierre)

    Pierre Hardy was born in Paris in 1956. He praticed dance in parallel to his Fine Arts studies to become a teacher. At the same time, he discovered the shoe through his experience as an assistant, then, following close upon this, and for four years, he designed Christian Dior's shoe collection. A...
  • Hausherr (Pascal)

    Born in 1957, he lives and works in Paris. Combining an autobiographic and staging work, he imposes from the middle of the 90s. His artworks are mostly kept in the public collections of the Bibliothèque Nationale de France in Paris, at the Carnavalet museum in Paris and at the Maison...

  • Herbin (Auguste)

    Along with Matisse, Auguste Herbin founded the Museum of Le Cateau-Cambrésis, to which he donated twenty-two works of art in 1956. Like Matisse, Auguste Herbin was born in a cloth-weaving milieu. Auguste Herbin is considered one of the undisputed masters of colour. Auguste Herbin led an active...
  • Hirakawa (Shigeko)

    Born in Kurume, Fukuoka (Japan). She arrived in France in 1983 with a grant from the french government. She lives and works in Châtenay-Malabry, France. Exhibited in the following countries: France, United States, Japan, Belgium, Poland, Germany, Great Britain. The principal themes that...

  • Horvath (Laszlo)

    Laszlo Horvath is a hungarian photographer. He exhibited his photos taken at the La Tourette convent, in 2013 in Hungary.

  • Hyber (Fabrice)

    All of Fabrice Hyber’s work is conceived in the form of a giant rhizome, the growth of which is based on echoes. The artist uses accumulation,...

  • Jaccard (Christian)

    Christian Jaccard was born in 1939 in Fontenay-sous-Bois, France.

    He lives and works in Paris.

    After having studied at the school of fine arts Paris, Christian Jaccard perturbs very soon the traditional act of painting.

    Free of the frame, the...

  • Jarrigeon (Philippe)

    Philippe Jarrigeon was born in France in 1982. He studied at the Cantonal Art School of Lausanne (ECAL), a prestigious academy at the intersection of multiple forms of art, which led him from industrial design to photography. In 2008, two years after graduation, he was selected by the...
  • Anish Kapoor

    Born in 1954 in Bombay (India), Anish Kapoor lives and works in London (England).

  • Katz (Alex)

    Alex Katz was born in Brooklyn in 1927 and is considered as one of the pioneers of american Pop Art. At the beginning of the 80s, he became one of the leaders of Cool Painting by studying the human figure, especially portraits in a fluid style.

  • Klotz (Victoria)

    Victoria Klotz was born in 1969 in Alsace (France). Victoria Klotz lives and works in Serres (France). Website : http://www.victoria-klotz.com/
  • Lacroix (Christian)

    Born Christian Marie Lacroix in 1951 in Arles, France; married Francoise Rosenthiel (a boutique manager), c. 1991. Education: University of Montpellier, arts degree, 1973; attended the...

  • Lafont (Suzanne)

    Born in 1949, Suzanne Lafont works and lives in Paris. French photographer, her work is well-known since the beginning of the 90s.

  • Langlois (Flora)

    Flora Langlois is an independent designer. She graduated from the ENSCI (french national school for advanced studies in design) in 2013. Research plays an important role in her work, with a particular interest in the aesthetic and technical interface which determines her exploratory approach....

  • Le Corbusier

    Le Corbusier was born Charles-Edouard Jeanneret in 1887 and died in 1965. He is one of the most important representants of the modern movement with, for example, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Walter Gropuis, Alvar Aalto and Theo van Doesburg. Installed in Paris since 1917, he participates to the...

  • Lespagnard (Jean-Paul)

    Jean-Paul Lespagnard, born in Liège in 1979, is a Belgian designer. After studying visual arts and fashion design at Liège’s IFAPME, he worked with Anna Sui and became Annemie Verbeke’s assistant. In 2008, he participated in the 23rd edition of the Hyères International Festival of Fashion and...
  • Lévêque (Claude)

    Lives and works between Montreuil and Pèteloup.
  • Levy (Arik)

    Creation is an uncontrolled muscle according to Arik Levy (born 1963). Artist, technician, photographer, designer, filmmaker, Levy's skills are multi-disciplinary and his work can be seen in prestigious galleries and museums worldwide. Best known publicly for his sculptures – such as his...
  • Mairet (Bastien)

    This young designer graduated from the ESAD of Reims with the jury's congratulations, DNSEP 2015

  • Matisse (Henri)

    Henri Matisse was born December 31, 1869, in Le Cateau in northern France. Over a six-decade career he worked in all media, from painting to sculpture to printmaking. Although his subjects were traditional—nudes, figures in landscapes, portraits, interior views—his...

  • Matisse (Jackie)

    Born in France, Jackie Matisse lived in New York until 1954. Since then she has lived in Paris making frequent visits to New York. Between 1959 and 1968 she worked for Marcel Duchamp, completing the assemblage of the “Boite en Valise”. At this time using her married name, Jacqueline Monnier,...

  • Mayot (Régis)

    Régis Mayot, graduate from the École d’architecture de Strasbourg in 1994, graduate from the École nationale supérieure des arts décoratifs in1998. Solo exhibitions : 2012 : reedition of the armchair Cube, gallery Avril, Paris. 2005 : gallery MAAD, Paris. Collective exhibitions : 2014 : «...

  • McConnico (Hilton)

    In 2005, the Sommet du luxe et de la création (international luxury and design exhibition) recognized Hilton McConnico for his entire body of work with the Talent de l'Audace award. The January 2006 Scènes d'intérieur interior design exhibition paid tribute to Hilton McConnico in a...

  • Michel (Éric)

    Éric Michel (born in 1962) lives and works in Paris. His work on light, in particular his paintings, saturated with pure pigments, his videos and neon installations follow essentially in the tradition of a quest for the immaterial, along the lines of Yves Klein, James Turrell and Dan Flavin. A...
  • Molnar (Véra)

    Born 1924 (5th January) in Vera Gacs, Budapest. Lives and works in Paris as well as in Normandy

    1942-47 studied painting and for a diploma in art history and aesthetics at the Budapest College of Fine Arts. 1946 first non-representational images are created. 1947 artists′...

  • Montgomery Barron (Jeannette)

    Jeannette Montgomery Barron was born in 1956 in Atlanta Georgia and studied at the International Center of Photography in New York. She became known for her portraits of the New York art world in the 1980’s, which were later published in Jeannette Montgomery Barron (Edition Bischofberger, Zurich,...
  • Morellet (François)

    Born in 1926, he got married in 1946. Between 1944 and 1949, he was a figurative painter, an industrial from 1948 until 1975. He was a member of the G.R.A.V. bewteen 1960 and 1968. Since 1950, he is an abstract painter.
  • Jean-Luc Moulène

    Born in 1955 in Reims, Jean-Luc Moulène is a French contemporary artist. He works and lives in Paris.

  • Mouraud (Tania)

    Tania Mouraud was born in Paris in 1942, where she still lives and works. Self-tought artist and figure of french contemporary art, she questions le relationship between art and social links and explores the notion of perception. Her work has various forms (language, installation, the...

  • Niépce (Nicéphore)

    Joseph Nicéphore Niépce was born in 1765 in Chalon-surèSaône and died in 1833. He was a french engineer, considered as the inventor of photography. After working with heliography, Niépce collaborates with Daguerre in 1829, with whom he develops his most famous invention: photography. Nowadays,...

  • Nitsch (Hermann)

    Since 1960, Hermann Nitsch (born in 1938 in Vienna) has been interrogating themyths of European culture, especially those related to the Christian religion, a foundation of the Western world. His performances display a strong liturgical character, in which painting, music and theatre are...
  • Odon

    1940, November 1st - Born in le Mans (Maine)
    1956, October - Student at the Ecole régionale des beaux-arts d'Angers, where he becomes friends with Colette Tessier, his favorite fellow. He stays there for 2 years.
    1959, June - At the end of his 3rd year, he gets the CAFAS at the Ecole...

  • Pan (Biwei)

    This young designer graduated in 2015 from the ESAD of Reims (DNSEP) with the jury's congratulations

  • Pauchard (Geoffrey)

    This young designer graduated from the ESAD of Reims in 2015 (DNSEP)

  • Paulin (Pierre)

    Pierre Paulin - some dates. 1927: Born in Paris, July 9th, of a French father (a dental surgeon), and a Swiss-German mother. 1949: Apprenticeship in Beaune to become a sculptor, but a severed nerve in his right arm paralyzed his hand, preventing him from continuing. 1950-1953: Camondo school....
  • Penone (Giuseppe)

    A member of Arte Povera, Giuseppe Penone has been creating very special artworks since the late sixties, showing man in interaction with nature, involving vegetation,modifying its growth, carving out tree trunks to reveal their inner structure, growth curves and plastic richness.More recently, he...
  • Perkal (Nestor)

    Born in 1951 in Buenos Aires (Argentina), lives in Paris and works between Paris and Limoges (France).
  • Pétrovitch (Françoise)

    Françoise Pétrovitch’s practice oscillates between several worlds. While she often concentrates on the representation of youth, with all the subtleties of line and colour, she seems to unveil a world that is both devoid of violence and yet tightly strung. Each young person appears to be captured...
  • Pillet (Christophe)

    (born 1959, lives and works in Paris) With a degree from Arts Décoratifs in Nice in 1985, and a Master’s from Domus Academy in Milan in 1986, Christophe Pillet worked with Martine Bedin in Milan from 1986 to 1988. In 1988 he moved to Paris to work for 5 years with Philippe Starck. His first...
  • Poirier (Anne & Patrick)

    Anne Poirier, born in 1942 and Patrick Poirier, born in 1942. They live and work between Paris and the Provence (South of France).

  • Putman (Andre)

    Andrée Putman, whom the Süddeutsche Zeitung newspaper described as “beyond good taste”, dramatically began her career by introducing art to the supermarket chain Prisunic. After that she moved on to Créateurs et Industriels, the first real conjunction between creators and the general public. In...
  • Ragot (Cédric)

    Cédric Ragot, polymorphous designer, cultivates a transversal approach to industrial design and creativity in the broadest sense. While the manifestations of his vision are many and various, all evince an abiding interest in forward thinking and a clear, unequivocal reading of the object. Cédric...
  • Raynaud (Jean-Pierre)

    Jean-Pierre Raynaud is a french visual artist, born in 1939. He started his artistic career in 1964 in Paris during the Salon de la Jeune Sculpture (young sculpture art fair). The work of art which marks the beginning of his career is his...
  • Rouan (François)

    François Rouan was born in Montpellier in 1943, he lives and works in Oise. Painter, illustrator, he works with photography since the end of the 80s, and during the past few years, he realised almost 20 films, in dialogue with his paintings.

  • Rousse (Georges)

    When he was 9 years old, Georges Rousse received the legendary Kodak Brownie camera as a Christmas gift. Since then, the camera has never left his side. While attending medical school in Nice, he decided to study professional photography and printing techniques, then opened his own studio...

  • Rutault (Claude)

    Born in 1941, works and lives in France. In 1973, Claude Rutault tries, after breaking with the usual production systems of painting and fabrication of finished objects, through a painting which seems classical, to put into place an art piece which needs to be repainted according to life's...

  • Sacriste (Anne Laure)

    Born in 1970 in Paris, lives and works in Paris. A figure of contemporary romanticism, Anne Laure Sacriste works starting out from the idea of Nature as seen in its most alarming dimension. Her paintings, prints, and drawings are the stuff of meditation and contemplation, the eye losing itself in...
  • Samakh (Érik)

    Érik Samakh was born in 1959 in St Georges de Didonne (France). Érik Samakh lives and works in Serres (France).
  • Sottsass (Ettore)

    Was born in innsbrück, austria in 1917, in 1939 he graduated in architecture from politecnico of turin. he started out on his...
  • Soulages (Pierre)

    Very young, he was drawn to roman art and prehistory. During a short stay in Paris, he goes to the Louvre museum where he sees exhibitions of Cézanne and Picasso, who are revelations to him. It is only in 1946 that he spends his entire time painting. His canvases where black dominates, are...

  • Szekely (Martin)

    “Today, I see my work as detached from the expressionism of the drawing.
    This idea grew out of my experience in industrial design which is directed at the broadest possible public. My aim is to achieve an economy in the result which can’t even be defined as minimalist: a commonplace.”

  • Nathalie Talec

    Nathalie Talec was born in 1960 in Paris, where she lives and work.

    Since the 80's, she's mixed autobiography to science, experimentation, fiction and even reality. Her approach questions man status, the in-between situation and the link with duality, with her own figure, as a central...

  • Teschner (Frédéric)

    Born in 1972, graduated from the paris school of decorative arts in 1997, Frédéric Teschner started his professional life with pierre di sciullo, and then went on to the “atelier de création graphique” with pierre bernard, before striking out as a freelance graphic artist at the end of 2002....
  • Titus-Carmel (Gérard)

    Gérard Titus-Carmel was born on October 10th in Paris. He lives and works at Oulchy-le-Château, in Aisne. From 1958 to 1962, Gérard Titus-Carmel studies at Boulle in Paris. His first personal exhibition took place in 1964. Painter, illustrator and engraver, he participated to almost...

  • Tosani (Patrick)

    Born in 1954 in Boissy-l'Aillerie (Val-d'Oise), Patrick Tosani studies architecture in paris between 1973 and 1979, then photography. For the past 20 years, Patrick Tosani has developped an unusual practice of photography. He defens the use of "the most objective meens of photography:...

  • Trotignon (Claire)

    The artist was born in 1985 in Paris, where she lives and works. She graduated with honours from the École supérieure des beaux-arts in Tours in 2008, and has become one of the most talented artists of her generation. All her work revolves around a questioning of codes that drive our reality....
  • Udo (Nils)

    Nils-Udo was born in 1937. He lives and works in Germany where he studied graphic arts at the Fine Arts school of Nuremberg between 1955 and 1960.

    Precursor of the movement "Art in Nature", he interacts with the landscape without ever being violent towards it. From Connermara to the...

  • Veilhan (Xavier)

    Born in 1963. Lives and works in Paris
  • Venet (Bernar)

    Bernar Venet (born in 1941 in France) is a visual artist. In 1958, he joined the Villa Thiole in Nice and then became assistant set designer at the Opera of Nice. In 1966, he moved to New York where he painted and sculpted mostly wood and steel. His steel sculptures (or “Indeterminate Lines”)...
  • Verschueren (Bob)

    Bob Verschueren was born 23 October 1945 in Etterbeek, Belgium. He lives and works in Brussels. In 1978, Bob Verschueren left his studio and went outside to work with nature and the wind. Bob Verschueren created Wind Paintings, using natural pigments spread by the wind. Wind Painting was going to...
  • Viallat (Claude)

    Claude Viallat was born in Nîmes in 1936 in a protestant family and was brought up in a small village in the Gard, Aubais, rich from a bull-fighting tradition. He went to the Beaux-Arts of Nîmes where he meets a few of the artists he will work with later and create the movement...

  • Vibskov (Henrik)

    “Certainly not everyone considers fashion an art; however, when you observe the work of designer Henrik Vibskov, it appears evident that he is, above all, an artist! I discovered his work thanks to Audrey Mascina, curator of the exhibit ‘Space for Fantasy’ at the Galerie des Galeries in 2010....
  • Villeglé (Jacques)

    Jacques Villeglé was born in Quimper in 1926. In 1947 in Saint-Malo, he started a collection of found objects: steel wires, waste from the Atlantic wall… in December 1949, he limits his appropriative behavior to lacerated posters. In June 1953, the “Hepérile Eclaté” phonetic poem by Camille...

  • Viot (Jean-Pierre)

    The secret of Jean-Pierre Viot's work, whether on paper or canvas, lies in the quality of the silence it is bathed in: economy of means, simplicity of forms, the search for a world between balance and im-balance, the power of white, adn a deliberately limited palette. He uses the same approach in...
  • Vu (Tomas)

    Born in 1963 in Saigon, Tomas Vu is an artist who endlessly interrogates history, and particularly the way collective memory is built (Vietnam war, September 11th 2001...). Initially a painter, Tomas Vu adds to his practice mixt techniques and diverse materials such as cutting, sticking,...

  • Weiner (Lawrence)

    Considered as one of the fathers of American conceptual art, Lawrence Weiner has been developing since the late 1960’s a unique practice in which the work incarnates itself fully into the topicality of the monstration space. This play with, and within language has recently taken a new dimension....
  • Zao (Wou-Ki)

    Zao Wou-Ki was born in Beijing in 1920, and died in 2013 in Nyon.

    In 1948, he decided to move to Paris where he then regularly visited the Atelier d'Othon Friesz at the academy of the Grande-Chaumière as well as the Ecole des Beaux-Arts. He will then spend time with many artists,...

  • Yogananthan (Vasantha)

    Vasantha Yogananthan was born in 1985 and works and lives in Paris. He studied history of journalism and artistic direction on cultural projects. From 2010 to 2011 he leads a photographic investigation on the representations of war by the tamoule diaspora in Ile-de-France, and concentrates on...

  • Zakharia (Camille)

    Camille Zakharia was born in Lebanon, in Tripoli in 1962. He works and lives in Manama, in Bahreïn. In 1985, he got his engineer diploma from the American university of Beyrouth, just before leaving Lebanon that was in a civil war at the time (1975-1990). He has lived in the United States, in...

  • Zénon (Sophie)

    Before turning to photography in 2004, Sophie Zénon studied modern history and art history in Rouen, ethnology and religion studies in northern Asia shamanism in Paris, and then embraced various careers – bookseller, television documentalist, photography agency editor… As a self-taught...
  • Deroubaix (Damien)

    Expositions personnelles (Sélection)
    2017 Centre de la gravure et de l’image imprimée, La Louvière, Belgique


    2016 Postmortem, Le Creux de l’enfer – Centre d’art contemporain, Thiers
    Damien Deroubaix Best of Part 2, Musée...

  • Stella (Franck)

    Frank Stella was born in 1936 in Malden, Massachusetts. He studied painting at the Phillips Academy in Andover and at Princeton University, graduating in 1958 with a degree in history. After his graduation, Stella moved to New York and completed his renowned series of Black Paintings....

  • Creuzet (Julien)

    JULIEN CREUZET

     

    Born in 1986 in Blanc Mesnil, France. Lives and works in France.

     

    EDUCATION

     

    2012/2013 Le Fresnoy, STUDIO NATIONAL DES ARTS CONTEMPORAINS, Tourcoing

    2011/2012 Post-graduate at...

  • Polidoro (Julie)

    Born in 1970
    Grew up in Rome until 18 years old.
    1994 Hunter College, Grant, New York.
    1996 Graduation at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris, with distinction. 2000 U.N.E.S.C.O Grant, Hong Kong.
    2016 Study Residence, Istituto Italiano di Cultura,...

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