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Artists

Kubra Khademi

Kubra Khademi is a multidisciplinary artist born in Afghanistan in 1989. She lives and works in Paris, France. Through her practice, Kubra Khademi explores her life as a refugee and a woman. She studied Fine Arts at the University of Kabul, before joining the University…

Christine Barbe

Christine Barbe was born in France in 1955. She went to the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Grenoble before attending the Centre Saint Charles at the Sorbonne University, where she studied visual art, the science of art and film studies.   After graduating, she travelled extensively,…

Christine Crozat

Half French and half Swiss, Christine Crozat lives and works in Paris, Lyon and in the train. She practices drawing, printmaking, wall-paper, installations, sculpture-object and video with Pierre Thomé.   Interested in what arises in movement and in displacement, she lives in two cities since…

Rémi Dal Negro

Born in 1985 and a graduate of the École Supérieure d’Art d’Annecy (2009), Rémi Dal Negro lives and works in Lyon, dividing his time between artist residency programs, workshops, exhibitions and setting up place of community spaces devoted to art and music.His work has been…

Pierre Gaignard

Pierre Gaignard is a French artist born in 1986. He is co-founder of the Wonder collective which temporarily occupies and transforms vacant places on the outskirts of Paris into artists’ studios.  

Bérénice Lefebvre

Bérénice Lefevbre was born in 1987 in Paris where she currently works and lives. Bérénice Lefevbre received a congratulations from the panel of judges at the EESAB Rennes in 2012 for her diploma in fine arts (D.N.A.P) before enrolling in the ENSBA Paris where she…

Robert Michel

Robert Michel was born in 1897. In 1917 Robert Michel moved to Weimar, Germany, where he established a practice as an independent artist. In 1919 he produced collages and drawings which were influenced by the Bauhaus. He exhibited with El Lissitsky and Kurt Schwitters in…

Gwendoline Perrigueux

Des matériaux pauvres : résine, silicone, moquette, paraffine, paillette, béton, polyester, bolduc. Puis des objets courants: des bassines, des pailles, des confettis, des parapluies papier, des cordages des plumeaux, des tuyaux, des entonnoirs. Et surtout, ce que l’on remarque d’emblée, des couleurs inhabituelles: jaune citron, rose fuchsia ou pastel, vert pomme, bleu turquoise, magenta. Le tout compose des objets sculpturaux improbables enjolivés d’un maquillage outrancier, customisés pour une étrange soirée festive comme des starlettes se bichonnant pour un festival.

Isabelle Plat

Lives and works in Paris. Born in Lyon.   The work of Isabelle Plat, whether intended for public or private space, is always based on the specificities of its exhibition environment, from an ecological angle. She builds a work that often transforms people into potential…

Louis-Cyprien Rials

Born in 1981 in Paris, Louis-Cyprien Rials discovered photography in Japan, where he was based for several years. He then moved to Paris, Brussels and Berlin, while also undertaking long stays in conflict zones and areas forbidden to the public. After the beginning of the…

Capucine Vever

Capucine Vever develops a contextual practice surrounding the notion of the invisible, the unattainable and the imperceptible. Whether geographic, social and/or cultural, the land is central in her artistic practice. Her work tends to engage in a poetic relationship, by harnessing the potential narrative of…

Vincent Voillat

Born in 1977 in Nantes, France, Vincent Voillat is a contemporary multidisciplinary artist. He lives and works in Paris. Since 2005, he collaborates with the Collective Mu as a scenographer and artistic director. For 3 years now, he develops a personal work mainly focused on…

Cyril Zarcone

Born in Marseille in 1986. Lives and works in Paris. Cyril Zarcone is co-founder of ChezKit, an artist-run-space located in Pantin, in the suburb of Paris. He teaches at the Fine Arts School of TALM Tours.   This self-proclaimed “bricoleur superieur” (superior handyman), is inspired…

Samir Mougas

Samir Mougas was born in 1980. He lives and works in Rennes. Samir graduated from AKV St-Joost with a Master of Fine Arts in Breda with a Higher National Diploma in Plastic Expression at EESAB in Quimper. His work has received numerous honorary awards. The…

Hudinilson Jr.

Hudinilson Jr (1957-2013) was one of the most important Brazilian artists of his generation, influencing the entire Brazilian artistic scene, not only through his personal work – produced between the 70s and 2000s – but also because of his active role as a catalyzing personality…

Ken Matsubara

Ken Matsubara born 1949 in Tokyo, Japan. He lives and works in Tokyo, Japan. Ken Matsubara is a Japanese artist who primarily works with video art. Using photos, movies, objects and collages, Matsubara’s work addresses memories and histories to which we can all relate, regardless…

Eikoh Hosoe

Eikoh Hosoe was born in 1933 in Yonezawa, Yamagata. He is a Japanese photographer and filmmaker who emerged in the experimental arts movement of post-World War II Japan. He is known for his psychologically charged images, often exploring subjects such as death, erotic obsession, and…

Le Corbusier

Le Corbusier was a French-Swiss architect, designer, and painter who, along with Frank Lloyd Wright, Walter Gropius, and Mies van der Rohe, is considered one of the most influential architects of the 20th century. Credited with pioneering the Modernist architecture, Le Corbusier popularized open-floor style…

Wells Chandler

Born in 1985 in Virginia Beach, VA, Wells Chandler was raised within a conservative family in Texas and now lives, works and teaches in New York.   He identifies as a fluid non-binary transgender boi and uses the masculine pronouns “he/his”. Wells Chandler is a…

Ulrike Ottinger

After starting out as a painter, curator, and publisher in the sixties, Ulrike Ottinger (born in 1942 in Konstanz) found her artistic home in the medium of film. In her numerous projects she has developed an inimitable, unconventional imagery that seldom permits a clear separation…

Tony Reggazoni

Born in 1982, lives and works in Paris.

Ella Bergmann-Michel

Ella Bergmann-Michel (1896-1971) is a major German abstract artist, photographer and documentary filmmaker. She is renowned for her creations at the crossroads of many European artistic movements, from constructivism to surrealism, including the Dada movement. By using wood, metal and any other obscure material Bergmann-Michel would…