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Johan Van Mullem P20065 (2020)

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Johan Van Mullem
P20065 (2020)
Ink on canvas
100 x 70 cm

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Johan Van Mullem P20064 (2020)

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Johan Van Mullem
P20064 (2020)
Ink on canvas
100 x 70 cm

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Johan Van Mullem P18010 (2018)

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Johan Van Mullem
P18010 (2018)
Ink on canvas
160 x 130 cm

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Johan Van Mullem P18004 (2018)

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Johan Van Mullem
P18004 (2018)
Ink on canvas
160 x 160 cm

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Johan Van Mullem P17033 (2017)

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Johan Van Mullem
P17033 (2017)
Ink on canvas
160 x 140 cm

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Johan Van Mullem P18003 (2018)

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Johan Van Mullem
P18003 (2018)
Ink on canvas
170 x 120 cm

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Fred Kleinberg Turmeric (2010)

Turmeric, 2010, Pastel on paper, 57 x 76 cm

Turmeric, 2010, Pastel on paper, 57 x 76 cm

Fred Kleinberg
Turmeric (2010)
Pastel on paper
57 x 76 cm

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Tana Borissova Embrasure 23 (2022)

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Tana Borissova
Embrasure 23 (2022)
Acrylic on canvas
100 x 73 cm

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TANA BORISSOVA

Tana Borissova was born in Sofia, Bulgaria in 1978. She has been living and working in Paris, France since 1997.

She became interested in art through books that she discovered during her childhood. While studying in a high school of applied arts in Sofia, her desire to create art was awoken when she began creating oil paintings, watercolors, and drawings. When she arrived in Paris at the age of nineteen, she was accepted to the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-arts (ENSBA), where she studied with Vladimir Velickovic and Dominique Gauthier. She graduated in 2003.

In her work, Borissova explores the body, the space within it, and its interactions with the outside world. She does so by referencing nature and its metamorphoses, movements, momentum, and contradictions that go beyond a scale of time.

The gallery Myriam Bouagal exhibited her first solo show, Corps, in January 2014, as well as her second show in June 2015, Ma place mon corps, which included inks and paintings. In September 2017, she presented her work in the Arrivage Gallery in Troyes. She published a collection of inks and texts for the occasion. In May 2019, she presented a selection of her inks and paintings with Loo & Lou Gallery during the JustLX art fair in Lisbon, Portugal at the Museu da Carris. From January to March 2020, the Loo & Lou Atelier hosted an exhibition of her paintings entitled Éclats de nuit.

Andrew Ntshabele Encounters 10 (2021)

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Andrew Ntshabele
Encounters 10 (2021)
Acrylic and lacquer on vintage and contemporary newspaper
140 x 134 cm

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ANDREW NTSHABELE

Andrew Ntshabele lives and works in Johannesburg, South Africa, in the midst of the urban unrest that fuels his inspiration. He sees the physical, socio-economic and political changes of the post-apartheid city as the results of rapid urbanization. His daily interactions with the residents lead him to investigate this difficult social reality, and to seek to understand the root cause of the current degradation of the inner city.

Andrew Ntshabele The greater purpose 5 (2022)

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Andrew Ntshabele
The greater purpose 5 (2022)
Acrylic and lacquer on vintage documents
89 x 70 cm

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There is a shaking in society 10, Acrylic on contemporary newspaper, 155x117 cm, 2021, Andrew Ntshabele

ANDREW NTSHABELE

Andrew Ntshabele lives and works in Johannesburg, South Africa, in the midst of the urban unrest that fuels his inspiration. He sees the physical, socio-economic and political changes of the post-apartheid city as the results of rapid urbanization. His daily interactions with the residents lead him to investigate this difficult social reality, and to seek to understand the root cause of the current degradation of the inner city.

Johan Van Mullem Sans titre 5 (2021)

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Johan Van Mullem
Sans titre 5 (2021)
Ink on canvas
200 x 345 cm

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Lydie Arickx Curiosité II (2015)

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Lydie Arickx
Curiosité II (2015)
Pomegranate and clay
6 x 11 x 9 cm

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Olivier de Sagazan Sans titre 6 (2022)

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Olivier de Sagazan
Untitled 6 (2022)
Acrylic, grass, clay and mixed media on canvas
160 x 130 cm

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OLIVIER DE SAGAZAN

Born in 1959 in Brazzaville, Congo. Lives and works in Saint-Nazaire. Biologist of formation, Olivier de Sagazan is interested in life and seeks to establish through his work, a sort of genea-logy of the sensitive to understand how at a given moment, the inert matter structured in cells has generated life and sensitivity.

Olivier de Sagazan Untitled 10 (2021)

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Olivier de Sagazan
Untitled 10 (2022)
Grass, flowers, clay and mixed media
120 x 32 x 23 cm

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OLIVIER DE SAGAZAN

Born in 1959 in Brazzaville, Congo. Lives and works in Saint-Nazaire. Biologist of formation, Olivier de Sagazan is interested in life and seeks to establish through his work, a sort of genea-logy of the sensitive to understand how at a given moment, the inert matter structured in cells has generated life and sensitivity.

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Olivier de Sagazan
Untitled 13 (2022)
Grass, clay, mixed media
71 x 24 x 40 cm

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OLIVIER DE SAGAZAN

Born in 1959 in Brazzaville, Congo. Lives and works in Saint-Nazaire. Biologist of formation, Olivier de Sagazan is interested in life and seeks to establish through his work, a sort of genea-logy of the sensitive to understand how at a given moment, the inert matter structured in cells has generated life and sensitivity.

Olivier de Sagazan Untitled 5 (2022)

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Olivier de Sagazan
Untitled 5 (2022)
Acrylic, grass, clay and mixed media on canvas
160 x 130 cm

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OLIVIER DE SAGAZAN

Born in 1959 in Brazzaville, Congo. Lives and works in Saint-Nazaire. Biologist of formation, Olivier de Sagazan is interested in life and seeks to establish through his work, a sort of genea-logy of the sensitive to understand how at a given moment, the inert matter structured in cells has generated life and sensitivity.

Lydie Arickx Chemin de croix IX (2020)

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Lydie Arickx
Chemin de croix IX (2020)
Hemp
44 x 35 x 24 cm

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Lydie Arickx Job VI (2009)

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Lydie Arickx
Job VI (2009)
Ink and graphite on Ingres paper
42 x 29 x 70 cm

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Lydie Arickx Vanité (2019)

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Lydie Arickx
Vanité (2019)
Cast iron and borosilicate glass
19 x 23 x 16 cm

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Johan Van Mullem Sans titre 2 (2018)

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Johan Van Mullem
Sans titre 2 (2018)
Ink on canvas
160 x 160 cm

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Johan Van Mullem Sans titre 1 (2017)

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Johan Van Mullem
Sans titre 1 (2017)
Ink on canvas
160 x 140 cm

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Johan Van Mullem Sans titre 4 (2021)

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Johan Van Mullem
Sans titre 4 (2021)
Ink on canvas
275 x 200 cm

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Tana Borissova Embrasure 5 (2021)

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Tana Borissova
Embrasure 5 (2021)
Acrylic on canvas
146 x 97 cm

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TANA BORISSOVA

Tana Borissova was born in Sofia, Bulgaria in 1978. She has been living and working in Paris, France since 1997.

She became interested in art through books that she discovered during her childhood. While studying in a high school of applied arts in Sofia, her desire to create art was awoken when she began creating oil paintings, watercolors, and drawings. When she arrived in Paris at the age of nineteen, she was accepted to the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-arts (ENSBA), where she studied with Vladimir Velickovic and Dominique Gauthier. She graduated in 2003.

In her work, Borissova explores the body, the space within it, and its interactions with the outside world. She does so by referencing nature and its metamorphoses, movements, momentum, and contradictions that go beyond a scale of time.

The gallery Myriam Bouagal exhibited her first solo show, Corps, in January 2014, as well as her second show in June 2015, Ma place mon corps, which included inks and paintings. In September 2017, she presented her work in the Arrivage Gallery in Troyes. She published a collection of inks and texts for the occasion. In May 2019, she presented a selection of her inks and paintings with Loo & Lou Gallery during the JustLX art fair in Lisbon, Portugal at the Museu da Carris. From January to March 2020, the Loo & Lou Atelier hosted an exhibition of her paintings entitled Éclats de nuit.

Andrew Ntshabele There is a shaking in society 10 (2021)

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Andrew Ntshabele
There is a shaking in society 10 (2021)
Acrylic and lacquer on vintage and contemporary newspaper
156 x 123 cm

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ANDREW NTSHABELE

Andrew Ntshabele lives and works in Johannesburg, South Africa, in the midst of the urban unrest that fuels his inspiration. He sees the physical, socio-economic and political changes of the post-apartheid city as the results of rapid urbanization. His daily interactions with the residents lead him to investigate this difficult social reality, and to seek to understand the root cause of the current degradation of the inner city.

Tana Borissova Aile 7 (2020)

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Tana Borissova
Aile 7 (2020)
Acrylic on canvas
61 x 50 cm

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TANA BORISSOVA

Tana Borissova was born in Sofia, Bulgaria in 1978. She has been living and working in Paris, France since 1997.

She became interested in art through books that she discovered during her childhood. While studying in a high school of applied arts in Sofia, her desire to create art was awoken when she began creating oil paintings, watercolors, and drawings. When she arrived in Paris at the age of nineteen, she was accepted to the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-arts (ENSBA), where she studied with Vladimir Velickovic and Dominique Gauthier. She graduated in 2003.

In her work, Borissova explores the body, the space within it, and its interactions with the outside world. She does so by referencing nature and its metamorphoses, movements, momentum, and contradictions that go beyond a scale of time.

The gallery Myriam Bouagal exhibited her first solo show, Corps, in January 2014, as well as her second show in June 2015, Ma place mon corps, which included inks and paintings. In September 2017, she presented her work in the Arrivage Gallery in Troyes. She published a collection of inks and texts for the occasion. In May 2019, she presented a selection of her inks and paintings with Loo & Lou Gallery during the JustLX art fair in Lisbon, Portugal at the Museu da Carris. From January to March 2020, the Loo & Lou Atelier hosted an exhibition of her paintings entitled Éclats de nuit.

Andrew Ntshabele The greater purpose 2 (2022)

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Andrew Ntshabele
The greater purpose 2 (2022)
Acrylic and lacquer on vintage documents
90 x 70 cm

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There is a shaking in society 10, Acrylic on contemporary newspaper, 155x117 cm, 2021, Andrew Ntshabele

ANDREW NTSHABELE

Andrew Ntshabele lives and works in Johannesburg, South Africa, in the midst of the urban unrest that fuels his inspiration. He sees the physical, socio-economic and political changes of the post-apartheid city as the results of rapid urbanization. His daily interactions with the residents lead him to investigate this difficult social reality, and to seek to understand the root cause of the current degradation of the inner city.

Tana Borissova Embrasure 08 (2021)

Turmeric, 2010, Pastel sur papier, 57 x 76 cm

Turmeric, 2010, Pastel sur papier, 57 x 76 cm

Tana Borissova
Embrasure 08 (2021)
Acrylic on canvas
162 x 114 cm

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TANA BORISSOVA

Tana Borissova was born in Sofia, Bulgaria in 1978. She has been living and working in Paris, France since 1997.

She became interested in art through books that she discovered during her childhood. While studying in a high school of applied arts in Sofia, her desire to create art was awoken when she began creating oil paintings, watercolors, and drawings. When she arrived in Paris at the age of nineteen, she was accepted to the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-arts (ENSBA), where she studied with Vladimir Velickovic and Dominique Gauthier. She graduated in 2003.

In her work, Borissova explores the body, the space within it, and its interactions with the outside world. She does so by referencing nature and its metamorphoses, movements, momentum, and contradictions that go beyond a scale of time.

The gallery Myriam Bouagal exhibited her first solo show, Corps, in January 2014, as well as her second show in June 2015, Ma place mon corps, which included inks and paintings. In September 2017, she presented her work in the Arrivage Gallery in Troyes. She published a collection of inks and texts for the occasion. In May 2019, she presented a selection of her inks and paintings with Loo & Lou Gallery during the JustLX art fair in Lisbon, Portugal at the Museu da Carris. From January to March 2020, the Loo & Lou Atelier hosted an exhibition of her paintings entitled Éclats de nuit.

Fred Kleinberg Dog (2006)

Dog, 2006, Pastel et huile sur papier, 210 x 230 cm

Dog, 2006, Pastel et huile sur papier, 210 x 230 cm

Fred Kleinberg
Dog (2006)
Pastel and oil on paper
57 x 76 cm

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Fred Kleinberg Relief (2005)

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Relief, 2005, Mixed media and collage, 210 x 230 cm

Relief, 2005, Mixed media and collage, 210 x 230 cm

Fred Kleinberg
Relief (2005)
Mixted media and collage
210 x 230 cm

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Fred Kleinberg La Fuite I (2005)

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La fuite I, 2005, Oil and collage on canvas, 197x 130 cm

La fuite I, 2005, Oil and collage on canvas, 197x 130 cm

Fred Kleinberg
La fuite I (2005)
Oil and collage on canvas
130 x 197 cm

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Benoît Luyckx Strong Human Wasp (2020)

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Benoît Luyckx
Strong Human Wasp (2020)
Belgian bluestone
59 x 43 x 14 cm

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Joël Person Frédérique (1984-2015)

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Joël Person
Frédérique (1984-2015)
Charcoal on glued paper
135 x 131 cm

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JOËL PERSON

“Joël Person was born in 1962 in Abidjan, Ivory Coast and he currently lives and works in Paris. After graduating from the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris, he devoted himself to portraiture before focusing drawing horses and erotic poses. He combines the classical purity of the line with a rare intensity of expression in his paintings and drawings. Person knows the traps of virtuosity. He looks for the moment where a nervous influx or spurt of life might change the careful framework of a figure.

Since his childhood he has been fascinated by horses whose physical structure he finds to be saturated with energy. He is equally captivated by the human figure. Eluding his own figurative technique, he looks for a breaking point in the static ritual of the pose. The moment a model rears up and flees elsewhere, he captures it with a contraction of the forehead, a twisting of the shoulder, a tilt of the face; Person maintains an illusion of realism. The intense life within his portraits is not born from the expressionist style, but rather from an anxious tension. It emerges from the artist’s confrontation between the “self” with others; a sudden surge towards freedom, a raw solitude which suddenly and briefly arises between the surface of the body, and the tension of the nervous system.”

— Philippe Garnier, Les Cahiers Dessinés #9

The artist has had several solo and group exhibitions in France and China, and many institutions have taken an interest in his universe. He has participated in residencies throughout the world that testify to his international career (China, several times, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Ireland, Slovenia…). His work is a part of many private collections and is present in several important collections, notably within the collection at Hermès; his drawings and paintings are exhibited in their boutiques around the world (Paris, Milan, Istanbul, Tokyo, Shanghai, Dubai and Las Vegas…). Person has also taught drawing at the Prép’Art and Atelier Hourdé. His drawing Confinement has been acquired by the musée Jenisch in Vevey, Switzerland.

Joël Person Cheval Dragon 4 (2013)

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Joël Person
Cheval Dragon 4 (2013)
Black stone pencil on paper
62 x 34 cm

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“Joël Person was born in 1962 in Abidjan, Ivory Coast and he currently lives and works in Paris. After graduating from the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris, he devoted himself to portraiture before focusing drawing horses and erotic poses. He combines the classical purity of the line with a rare intensity of expression in his paintings and drawings. Person knows the traps of virtuosity. He looks for the moment where a nervous influx or spurt of life might change the careful framework of a figure.

Since his childhood he has been fascinated by horses whose physical structure he finds to be saturated with energy. He is equally captivated by the human figure. Eluding his own figurative technique, he looks for a breaking point in the static ritual of the pose. The moment a model rears up and flees elsewhere, he captures it with a contraction of the forehead, a twisting of the shoulder, a tilt of the face; Person maintains an illusion of realism. The intense life within his portraits is not born from the expressionist style, but rather from an anxious tension. It emerges from the artist’s confrontation between the “self” with others; a sudden surge towards freedom, a raw solitude which suddenly and briefly arises between the surface of the body, and the tension of the nervous system.”

— Philippe Garnier, Les Cahiers Dessinés #9

The artist has had several solo and group exhibitions in France and China, and many institutions have taken an interest in his universe. He has participated in residencies throughout the world that testify to his international career (China, several times, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Ireland, Slovenia…). His work is a part of many private collections and is present in several important collections, notably within the collection at Hermès; his drawings and paintings are exhibited in their boutiques around the world (Paris, Milan, Istanbul, Tokyo, Shanghai, Dubai and Las Vegas…). Person has also taught drawing at the Prép’Art and Atelier Hourdé. His drawing Confinement has been acquired by the musée Jenisch in Vevey, Switzerland.

Joël Person La Déferlante Intérieure (2020-21)

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Joël Person
La Déferlante Intérieure (2020-21)
Charcoal on paper
244 x 95 cm

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“Joël Person was born in 1962 in Abidjan, Ivory Coast and he currently lives and works in Paris. After graduating from the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris, he devoted himself to portraiture before focusing drawing horses and erotic poses. He combines the classical purity of the line with a rare intensity of expression in his paintings and drawings. Person knows the traps of virtuosity. He looks for the moment where a nervous influx or spurt of life might change the careful framework of a figure.

Since his childhood he has been fascinated by horses whose physical structure he finds to be saturated with energy. He is equally captivated by the human figure. Eluding his own figurative technique, he looks for a breaking point in the static ritual of the pose. The moment a model rears up and flees elsewhere, he captures it with a contraction of the forehead, a twisting of the shoulder, a tilt of the face; Person maintains an illusion of realism. The intense life within his portraits is not born from the expressionist style, but rather from an anxious tension. It emerges from the artist’s confrontation between the “self” with others; a sudden surge towards freedom, a raw solitude which suddenly and briefly arises between the surface of the body, and the tension of the nervous system.”

— Philippe Garnier, Les Cahiers Dessinés #9

The artist has had several solo and group exhibitions in France and China, and many institutions have taken an interest in his universe. He has participated in residencies throughout the world that testify to his international career (China, several times, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Ireland, Slovenia…). His work is a part of many private collections and is present in several important collections, notably within the collection at Hermès; his drawings and paintings are exhibited in their boutiques around the world (Paris, Milan, Istanbul, Tokyo, Shanghai, Dubai and Las Vegas…). Person has also taught drawing at the Prép’Art and Atelier Hourdé. His drawing Confinement has been acquired by the musée Jenisch in Vevey, Switzerland.

Joël Person Déferlante (2021)

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Déferlante (2021)
Charcoal on paper
985 x 152 cm - Assembly of two pieces of paper

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“Joël Person was born in 1962 in Abidjan, Ivory Coast and he currently lives and works in Paris. After graduating from the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris, he devoted himself to portraiture before focusing drawing horses and erotic poses. He combines the classical purity of the line with a rare intensity of expression in his paintings and drawings. Person knows the traps of virtuosity. He looks for the moment where a nervous influx or spurt of life might change the careful framework of a figure.

Since his childhood he has been fascinated by horses whose physical structure he finds to be saturated with energy. He is equally captivated by the human figure. Eluding his own figurative technique, he looks for a breaking point in the static ritual of the pose. The moment a model rears up and flees elsewhere, he captures it with a contraction of the forehead, a twisting of the shoulder, a tilt of the face; Person maintains an illusion of realism. The intense life within his portraits is not born from the expressionist style, but rather from an anxious tension. It emerges from the artist’s confrontation between the “self” with others; a sudden surge towards freedom, a raw solitude which suddenly and briefly arises between the surface of the body, and the tension of the nervous system.”

— Philippe Garnier, Les Cahiers Dessinés #9

The artist has had several solo and group exhibitions in France and China, and many institutions have taken an interest in his universe. He has participated in residencies throughout the world that testify to his international career (China, several times, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Ireland, Slovenia…). His work is a part of many private collections and is present in several important collections, notably within the collection at Hermès; his drawings and paintings are exhibited in their boutiques around the world (Paris, Milan, Istanbul, Tokyo, Shanghai, Dubai and Las Vegas…). Person has also taught drawing at the Prép’Art and Atelier Hourdé. His drawing Confinement has been acquired by the musée Jenisch in Vevey, Switzerland.

07.04.2023 | Johan Van Mullem at Musées royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique

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Johan Van Mullem exhibits at Musées royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique.

A project supported by Loo&Lou Foundation

 

Published on April 7, 2023

 

From 31 March to 23 July, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium (RMFAB) present For Love’s S(n)ake! an exhibition by Belgian artist Johan Van Mullem. 

By inviting Johan Van Mullem to the heart of their collection of Ancient Art, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium establish their role of catalyst to pass on history to the widest audience possible, therefor actively embodying their support for the contemporary creation that puts down its roots in Brussels. 

Originally from Bruges and now a Brussels’ citizen, Johan Van Mullem stands as a true national flagship and a renowned multidisciplinary artist. He will be the only Belgian contemporary artist to be exhibited at the RMFAB this year, and the exhibition is the perfect opportunity to build bridges with his native country. As the only Belgian contemporary artist to be exhibited at the RMFAB in 2023, he meets his country through this exhibition. 

By questioning our changing society in his own individual way, he finds his place within the Remedies exhibitions’ program. Confronted with the ills and symptoms of our humanity, Johan Van Mullem’s art tends to offer a therapeutic path and seems to suggest possible remedies by encouraging us to slow down, reflect and meditate. 

For Love’s S(n)ake! reveals never before shown pieces as well as the latest work produced by the Brussels artist. The body of works on display contrasts with what the public knows of the artist’s work, namely his depictions of phantasmagoric faces, reflecting on what lies within, presented notably during his monographic exhibition at the Musée d’Ixelles in 2016-2017. 

A transition has taken place in recent years from portraits to nature. The health crisis and successive lockdowns have had a catalytic effect on his practice. Forced to slow down, the artist rediscovered his (inner) garden, a new horizon that inspired him to create universes more oriented towards the exterior. The vegetal dimension calls for serendipity and the artist’s colour palette blooms through the dreamy landscapes. The overall effect culminates in a peculiar luminescence enhanced by the use of printing and etching inks. 

Between emotions and memory, between movement and light, some fifty new works, sometimes of an impressive format, open up a timeframe far from any urgency, and offer the public a new perspective, inscribing contemporary creation in its historical roots. 

 
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© Constance Le Hardy

 

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3 rue de la Régence – 1000 Bruxelles
Tél.: +32 (0)2 508 32 11
Fax: +32 (0)2 508 32 32
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06.04.2023 | Joël Person at Festival du Dessin of Arles

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Joël Person at the first edition of the Drawing Festival in Arles

Published on April 6, 2023

 

Joël Person participates in the first edition of the Arles drawing festival, among 41 other artists, initiated by Vera Michalski and Frédéric Pajak. 

Project’sintention 

Drawing is the first art form we come across in childhood; it is also the first known art form used by our prehistoric ancestors. Despite a long history of being left on the sidelines and overlooked in favour of painting, drawing has seen a resurgence in recent years in schools of fine art, galleries and museums. Vera Michalski, president of the Libella publishing group, and Frédéric Pajak, an illustrator, writer and director of Les Cahiers Dessinés publishing house, took the initiative to give this art form its full scope by creating the « Festival du Dessin », an annual festival dedicated to it that will interest both the general public and discerning audiences. What better place to host such an event than the city of Arles, famed for the beauty of its historical monuments, Van Gogh and the Rencontres d’Arles festival of photography? From 2023 onwards, the most magnificent venues in Arles – museums, churches, cloisters, private mansions, foundations and cultural hubs – will welcome the Festival du Dessin every spring. Theatres, bookshops and cinemas will also be participating, as will educational institutions, to showcase more than 1,000 works and some forty artists, for the most part established, as well as some forgotten or as yet little-known figures. It will create a dialogue between artistic drawing, comic art, editorial cartoons, art brut drawings and alternative drawings – those produced by writers, filmmakers and major fashion figures.   Taking place over three weeks and four weekends, the Festival du Dessin aims to hold debates, meet-and-greets and autograph sessions with today’s illustrators, film screenings, concerts and many other celebratory events alongside the exhibitions.

Joël Person will exhibit at the Saint-Césaire enclosure as well as at the Espace Van Gogh, alongside Hervé Di Rosa and Anna Sommer.

He will also participate in the drawing concert of the National Orchestra of Cannes on May 3 at the Théâtre Antique in Arles. He will realize a performance of drawings on the spot, projected live on a giant screen, in collaboration with Anna Sommer.

 

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16.11.2022 | Jean Claude Wouters at the ALIEN Art Centre

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Jean Claude Wouters presents his new exhibition at the ALIEN Art Centre in Taiwan

Published on November 16, 2022

 

Artist photographer Jean Claude Wouters presents “Light of Void” at the Alien Art Centre in Taiwan, alongside artist Arman from November 23, 2022 to March 9, 2023.

The title of the current exhibition Light of Void, includes purposely the word “light”. It is presently this special light Wouters’ works speak about. “I draw with light, I don’t make a copy of reality”, Wouters says. In japanese photography is translated by shashin, two ideograms meaning copy/reality. In most occasions, photography is used as “a copy of reality”, rather than “drawing with light”. I prefer to think of the photography of the beginnings, in the XIX century, with its special painting feeling.” All the technics Wouters use are very traditional photographic ones and it is a fact that most of them are disappearing quickly pushed out by the new digital technology for photography. In a few years from now, Wouters might not be able to create more the art pieces he makes today that we can see in this current exhibition, while the special mat baryte paper he uses has already became difficult to find. We won’t see anywhere else such a refined nuance of greys like in Wouters’ work– which are never black and white but merely a unique greyish.

 

LIGHT OF VOID

Exhibition

From November 23, 2022 to March 9, 2023

 

ALIEN Art Center

No.111, Gushan 1st Rd., Gushan Dist.,

Kaohsiung City 804, Taiwan

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17.06.2022 | Elisabeth Daynès at the Collège de France

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Elisabeth Daynès intervenes in the Symposium “Images de l’homme fossile” at the Collège de France

Published on June 16, 2022

 

Elisabeth Daynès participates in the symposium “Images de l’homme fossile” organized by the Collège de France on Friday June 17, 2022. She will talk about “The Search for Lost Identities”. As an artist, Elisabeth Daynès brings reflection about identity, the significance of the skull, and the face, from our origins, to today, until the future. Her art toys discontinuously with science because science plays a big role in our imaginary. 

The symposium focuses on the multiple images of the fossil man : 

“From the beginning, research on human evolution and prehistory has had a double function. On the one hand, they have developed as new scientific disciplines, at the borders of biology and human sciences. On the other hand, they provided, in the West at least, the substance of a new account of origins that could replace that which the Bible had delivered for centuries.

This mythological and narrative dimension undoubtedly explains in part the fascination that this field of knowledge has always held for the public. Very quickly, the literature and the plastic arts took possession of the “prehistoric” theme, while the scientific knowledge remained still embryonic. A phantasmal prehistory has always rubbed shoulders with the one that archaeologists and paleontologists were trying to reconstitute. The border between the two remained porous and, in their attempts to fill the gaps in the fossil record, the researchers themselves were never free of subjectivity.

This account of origins touches us probably too closely to escape religious, philosophical and sometimes even political presuppositions. Each historical period has produced its own prehistory and human evolution, in accordance with the spirit of the time.

During this symposium, paleoanthropologists and historians of science will discuss the representations of fossil men and Paleolithic societies as they are produced by scientific works, then delivered to the public.”

 

IMAGES DE L’HOMME FOSSILE

Symposium

Friday, June 17, 2022

all day – Lecture is open to all, free of charge and without prior registration

 

Collège de France

11 place Marcelin-Berthelot

75005 Paris

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Benoît Luyckx White Way (2020)

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White Way (2020)
Belgian bluestone
32 x 30 x 13,5 cm

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Benoît Luyckx Slice Fruit 2020

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Slice Fruit (2020)
Belgian bluestone
43 x 25 x 16,5 cm

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