Work

  • Sans Titre (Caran d'Ache), 2019 • acrylic on canvas, 169.5 x  cm
    Sans Titre (Caran d'Ache), 2019 • acrylic on canvas, 169.5 x cm
  • Sans Titre (pour Pierre Keller), 2019 • acrylic on canvas, 130 x 130 cm
    Sans Titre (pour Pierre Keller), 2019 • acrylic on canvas, 130 x 130 cm
  • A Rainbow in Curved Air, wall painting
2001-2019 • acrylic, dimension variable
    A Rainbow in Curved Air, wall painting 2001-2019 • acrylic, dimension variable
  • Sans Titre, 2018 • acrylic on canvas, 47 x 43 cm
    Sans Titre, 2018 • acrylic on canvas, 47 x 43 cm
  • Let's Built a Zoo, 1989 - 2016 • acrylic on canvas, 191 x 47 cm
    Let's Built a Zoo, 1989 - 2016 • acrylic on canvas, 191 x 47 cm
  • La lettre de l'amour, 2014 • acrylic on canvas, 100 x 101 cm
    La lettre de l'amour, 2014 • acrylic on canvas, 100 x 101 cm

News

Milléniales. Peintures 2000 – 2020

Millennials. Paintings 2000-2020” is an exhibition presenting a set of works which, without claiming to be exhaustive, is representative of the most significant developments in painting over the past twenty years. The works exhibited are the work of artists of all generations. The “millennials” in question here are the paintings on display, all made since the transition to the year 2000

It Never Ends – John M Armleder & Guests

It Never Ends is a multi-dimensional artistic project that is vital and in constant movement. It is certainly the most important challenge that Armleder has been invited to conceive to date and presents a paradox; it is a personal exhibition, but at the same time one that invites the works of more than a hundred artists; a vast art exhibition, many of which are fleeting, and sometimes even invisible. It may give the impression of being like the ideal museum, but it is above all an experimental, interdisciplinary and polyphonic project. It is, in short, a ‘Chinese Portrait’ of the person who conceived it, for whom notions of hospitality, collaboration and friendships have always played a key role.

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Gallery Exhibitions

Group Show (Adieu Gessnerallee!)