VIVRE EN N’AYANT QUE ÇA À FAIRE

06/09/2019 - 08/09/2019

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VIVRE EN N’AYANT QUE ÇA À FAIRE

Yu Matsuoka, Stella Sujin, Jérémie Grandsenne

Invitation Lauren Coullard

Vernissage le vendredi 6 septembre 2019 de 18h à 21h

Exposition le samedi 7 septembre de 14h à 19h et le dimanche sur rendez-vous

DOC : 26, Rue du Docteur Potain, 75019 Paris, 2ème étage, ATELIER A21

Trois artistes dont les pratiques et les recherches distinctes se rejoignent dans certains accords de fond autour de la peinture, de la couleur étalée comme véhicule d'une narration et d'un au-delà, autour de certaines visions de la vie, et du caractère non-négociable de la liberté individuelle, d'accords même politiques au sein d'un monde qui souligne chaque jour l'urgence de lui répondre, se retrouvent ici pour mettre à jour les liens fluides et vivants qui font se rejoindre les trois perspectives selon lesquelles ils approchent le sens et la nécessité d'une pratique artistique.

Dialogue et affrontement passionné avec le médium pictural ou sculptural, ses lignes de fuite et son histoire, chemins pour adoucir le temps et traverser la nuit jusqu'au lendemain matin, surgissement impromptu de forces ou décision formulée d'incarner telles problématiques dans telles coulées de couleur, de matière ou de mots : trois artistes, trois fenêtres ouvertes sur quelque chose, déposent communément un petit peu de ce qu'ils y voient, et appellent à se montrer les lignes invisibles de ce qui les relie.


SUR RENDEZ-VOUS

December 2017 - January 2018

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Group exhibition with

Paul Akije, Jeunghae Yim, Jennifer Vinegar Avery, Marcus Kreiss, Stella Sujin, Constance Camus Govoroff, Catalina Niculescu, Laura Lindlief, Hélène Garcia, Tiphaine Calmettes, Sophie Kitching, Marc-Antoine Serra, Lucille Uhlrich, Anne Le Troter, Ibai Hernandorena, Nicolas Milhé, Bertrand Lacombe & Sophie Dejode, Francisco da Mata, Eleonor Klène, Cyril Verde, Xavier Mary, Vincent Ganivet, David Evrard, César Chevalier, Art Dech, Cécile di Giovanni, Cima Rahmankhah, Daniela Macé Rossiter, Ghislaine Vappereau, Sophie Boursat, Rémy Brière, Jérôme Cavaliere, Véronique Bourgoin, Philipp Schwalb, Marcel Huppauff, Matthieu Clainchard, Jonas Locht, Michael Debatty, Georges Autard, Quentin Spohn, Nicolas H Muller, Laurent Perbos.

Arnaud Deschin Galerie

18 rue des Cascades 75020 Paris

http://www.arnauddeschingalerie.com

Press release : http://www.arnauddeschingalerie.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/CP-SUR-RDV-v10.pdf

 


NATURES IMPURES

03/07/2017 - 31/07/2017

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STELLA SUJIN "Natures impures"

Exhibition from 3 to 31 July 2017

Opening reception: July 6th at 6pm

La Belle Hortense, 31 rue Vieille du temple 75003 Paris


ORATORIO

22/03/2017 - 19/04/2017

"Oratorio", solo exhibition in Seoul, Korea

Noblesse Collection

Exhibition from March 22nd to April 19th 2017

Opening reception: March 28th at 5pm


#202, 461, Apgujeong-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea, 06011

www.noblesse.com


NAKED HEART FOUNDATION

CHARITY AUCTION

07/03/2017

WOMEN'S INDEPENDENCE CHARITY AUCTION FOR NAKED HEART FOUNDATION

7th March Hotel Ritz Paris 

http://www.nakedheart.org/en/

 


WOMEN'S INDEPENDENCE (#2)

20/10/2016 - 23/10/2016

WOMEN'S INDEPENDENCE  

A group show of 13 artists celebrating 100 years of the French brand Etam, curated by Magda Danysz

Exhibition from October 20th to 23th 2016

ASIA NOW 2016

Paris Asian Art Fair / 9 Avenue Hoche 75008 Paris 

 

In 2016, the Etam celebrates its 100 anniversary. For 100 years this French Brand has helped the emancipation of women. The company's President, Laurent Milchior has chosen to celebrates this milestone in an artistic and philanthropic way; he is joined by supermodel Natalia Vodianova, who for many years has been the spokesperson for the brand, and who runs Naked Heart Foundation, an organization aimed at kids' education in impoverished environments. 

Internatational curator Magda Danysz was asked to commission 13 artists to illustrate the Women's Independence theme. The result is a wide range of works in different media, from photography to drawing and painting to video and installations.

The commissions will be unveiled during two shows, in Shanghai for Art In The City Festival, and in Paris, in October 2016. After these exhibitions, the artworks will be auctioned off and all profits will go to the Naked Heart Foundation. As a remembrance of this show, a 100 limited edition collector's boxes including editions of the artists' works will also be produced and auctioned. 

 

PARTICIPANT ARTISTS

Ekaterina Anokhina (Russia), Chen Man (China), Yseult Digan A.K.A. Yz (France), Faile (USA), Rose-Lynn Fisher (France), Nikolai Ishchuk (Russia), Li Hongbo (China), Liu Bolin (China), Daniel Otero Torres (Colombia), Stella Sujin (Korea), Jeanne Susplugas (France), Erwin Olaf (Netherlands) and Yi Zhou (China).

 

 

http://www.asianowparis.com/womens-independence/

https://news.artnet.com/market/asia-now-paris-doubles-size-second-edition-600287

 


WOMEN'S INDEPENDENCE (#1)

10/09/2016 - 09/10/2016

Yi Zhou, Natalia vase, marble, 2016

Yi Zhou, Natalia vase, marble, 2016

WOMEN'S INDEPENDENCE

A group show of 13 artists celebrating 100 years of the French brand Etam, curated by Magda Danysz

Exhibition from September 10th to October 9th 2016

K11 Art Museum

B3, chi K11 art museum, K11 Art Mall, 300 Middle Huaihai Road, Shanghai

 

In 2016, the Etam celebrates its 100 anniversary. For 100 years this French Brand has helped the emancipation of women. The company's President, Laurent Milchior has chosen to celebrates this milestone in an artistic and philanthropic way; he is joined by supermodel Natalia Vodianova, who for many years has been the spokesperson for the brand, and who runs Naked Heart Foundation, an organization aimed at kids' education in impoverished environments. 

Internatational curator Magda Danysz was asked to commission 13 artists to illustrate the Women's Independence theme. The result is a wide range of works in different media, from photography to drawing and painting to video and installations.

The commissions will be unveiled during two shows, in Shanghai for Art In The City Festival, and in Paris, in October 2016. After these exhibitions, the artworks will be auctioned off and all profits will go to the Naked Heart Foundation. As a remembrance of this show, a 100 limited edition collector's boxes including editions of the artists' works will also be produced and auctioned. 

 

PARTICIPANT ARTISTS

Ekaterina Anokhina (Russia), Chen Man (China), Yseult Digan A.K.A. Yz (France), Faile (USA), Rose-Lynn Fisher (France), Nikolai Ishchuk (Russia), Li Hongbo (China), Liu Bolin (China), Daniel Otero Torres (Colombia), Stella Sujin (Korea), Jeanne Susplugas (France), Erwin Olaf (Netherlands) and Yi Zhou (China).

 

http://press.etam.com/100-ans/womens-independant/

http://artinthecity.cn/en/page/detail/474cr.html

 

 

 


COLLECTION TYPE #4

25/08/2016 - 28/08/2016

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COLLECTION TYPE #4

Une exposition Dans le cadre de la saison du dessin initiée par PAREIDOLIE, salon international du dessin contemporain à Marseille.

Curation Arnaud Deschin

Exposition du 25 au 28 octobre 2016

Trottoir du 1 rue de l'étoile 13001 Marseille

 

ARTISTES PARTICIPANTS

Jérôme Cavalière, Fred Pradeau, Nicolas Desplats, Leaurant Perbos, Catalina Niculescu, Matthieu Clainchard, Dejode & Lacombe, Ibai Hernandorena, Stella Sujin, Véronique Bourgoin, Eva Barto, César Chevalier, Clara Marciano

 

Entretien avec Arnaud Deschin, par Guilhem Monceaux http://ledessincontemporain.com/otw-portfolio/salon-pareidolie-entretien-arnaud-deschin/

 

http://www.pareidolie.net

http://lagad.eu

http://lagad.eu/?page_id=13885


PLEASE RETURN TO BUSAN PORT

07/05/2016 - 02/10/2016

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PLEASE RETURN TO BUSAN PORT

Vestfossen Kunstraboratorium's 2016 summer group exhibition curated by Jari-Juhani Lager and Sunhee Choi

Exhibition from Mai 7th to October 2th 2016

Vestfossen Kunstraboratorium
Fabrikkgata 11, 3320 Øvre Eiker, Norway

 

PARTICIPANT ARTISTS

Anh Sihyung | Bek Hyunjin | Choi Soyoung | Choi Xooang | Choi Yoonsuk | Ji Yeo | Kim Ayoung | Kim Younghun | Kwon Jukhee | Kwon Soonhak | Lee Byungchan | Lee Hyungkoo | Lee Leenam | Lee Seahyun | Lee Yongbaek | Na Hyun | Oh Heinkuhn | Parada-Kim Helena | Shin Meekyung | Stella Sujin | Won Boemsik | Yu Jinyoung

 

PLEASE RETURN TO BUSAN PORT // Curators: Jari-Juhani Lager and Sunhee Choi

For this year’s group event we have invited the curator team of Jari-Juhani Lager (FI/DE) and Sunhee Choi (KR) to create for us an exhibition with a ‘family’ of South Korean artists who have their bases in South Korea, Europe and America. Lager and Choi have for many years dedicated themselves to developing the South Korean art market. The artists’ shared ethnicity does not necessarily mean that the styles and techniques of their art have much in common; while abroad, however, they have done as many ‘expats’ have done before them – sought out compatriots with whom they might share and exchange experiences in social and professional networks. One common factor in their lives has been the period in which they have grown up; as the curators point out, many of them are the sons and daughters of the post-Korean War generation and they have witnessed the rapidly evolving sociopolitical and cultural context of South Korean society from the 1970s until today. To quote from the curators’ own text: ‘They are the generation who grew up in the tumult and dynamic conditions of modernization, and are the direct beneficiaries of cultural advances made possible by the advent of new technology. If they have a particular understanding of the depression of the Korean War and the nation’s current sociopolitical situation as its direct result, they also grew up with a sense of general euphoria and optimism in view of later developments in every aspect of society.’

All the artists represented in this exhibition are active on the South Korean contemporary art scene in various parts of the world. The artworks presented are as multi-faceted as the modern South Korean society with all of its internal conflicts – a society where the values of collectivism and individualism are tightly intertwined. The title Please Return to Busan Port is the same as one given to a video work by Kim Ayoung. For her part, Kim Ayoung borrowed it from the title of a song that every South Korean would recognize, due to its nationwide popularity. In her video the artist traces back in time, casting new light on specific events in history and redefining Korea’s fast economic rise. By focusing on the microscopic events and lives of the people, the artist attempts to reframe an established historical narrative seen through the ‘real’ lives that have been lead. She takes her role as storyteller seriously, and with her title she embraces the notion of an artwork as a journey homewards. The idea of ‘returning home’ serves as a metaphor for most of the South Korean artists in this exhibition, for they have brought to their art the fruits of long periods in ‘exile’ and their experience of western culture. Now their journey is perhaps returning them to their point of departure.

 

www.choiandlager.com

www.vestfossen.com/en/

 


HAVE A GOOD DAY, MR.KIM

27/06/2015 - 21/08/2015

Xooang Choi, Wriggle, 2014, Oil on Resin, 31 x 23 x 94 cm

Xooang Choi, Wriggle, 2014, Oil on Resin, 31 x 23 x 94 cm

HAVE A GOOD DAY, MR.KIM

Choi & Lager Gallery's group show hosted by the Michael Horbach Foundation, Köln, Germany

Exhibition from June 27th to August 21th 2015

Kunstraüm Der Michael Horbach Stiftung
Wormser Straße 23, 50667 Köln, Germany

 

PARTICIPANT ARTISTS

Bekgin | Hyungkoo Lee | Jiin Park | Jinyoung Yu  | Jukhee Kwon | Seahyun Lee
Soonhak Kwon |  Xooang Choi | Yongbaek Lee | Yoonsuk Choi | Younghun Kim
Stella Sujin | Sungpil Chae |  Meekyoung Shin | Leenam Lee

 

CHOI&LAGER Galerie is proud to present its largest group show of Korean contemporary artists to date, graciously hosted by the Michael Horbach Foundation in Cologne, Germany.

Under the guidance of writer, curator and art advisor Sunhee Choi, Choi&Lager has been introducing and promoting both emerging and established Korean artists in Europe since 2006; this exhibition is an upscaled version of the group shows she holds in Paris on an annual basis.

The German setting of this show is an appropriate one. Germany contains the second-largest Korean diaspora community in Western Europe, largely made up second-generation descendants of guest workers invited by the German government during the late 1950’s and 60’s to both support the country’s post-war economic upturn and demonstrate solidarity with a nation similarly divided by ideology. Cologne, in particular, has long been an auspicious venue for German-Korean collaboration, having established the first Korean-language weekend school there in 1973.

More than 50 years on from the labour-migration agreement of 1963, members of the Korean community a widely recognized as having assimilated into German society with little friction or fanfare while retaining a distinct national identity in terms of conducting family affairs, fraternizing with other German-Koreans, church-going and other facets of everyday life.

As such, the idea of Duality is at the core of this exhibition. The title "Have a Good Day, Mr. Kim!", with its quotidian pleasantry and use of a parodically-common Korean family name is deliberate in its banality - the very antithesis of the variegated range of mediums, methodologies and critical concerns that this show presents. 

The curatorial remit of Dualities is persistent throughout, from the virtual/physical meditations of Yongbaek Lee and Younghun Kim, to the micro/macro inversions of Soohak Kwon and Sungpil Chae, and through the reworking of nature/culture at the hands of Hyungkoo Lee and Stella Sujin and more. 

Be it through the global popularity of ‘Korean Wave” cultural exports, the fair-reaching influence of its technology and infrastructure industries or the all-too-often reports of governmental and private-sector corruption, Korea is garnering ever-increasing attention on the world stage. In this context, CHOI&Lager wishes to raise a solemn debate not only on the subject of the new paradigm of Korean contemporary art but also on the various issues that underly popular notions of Korean society.

 

www.choiandlager.com

www.michael-horbach-stiftung.de


BLOOP

17/04/2015 - 16/05/2015

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BLOOP
 

Une exposition collective - avec Amandine Artaud, David Posth-Kohler, Linda Sanchez, Rémi Dal Negro, Stella Sujin, Vahan Soghomonian, Vincent Puricelli

Avec le soutien de La GAD - Galerie Arnaud Deschin et dans le cadre du Pringemps de l'art contemporain 2015 de Marseille

Galerie Hors-Les-Murs / HLM

20 Rue Saint-Antoine 13001 Marseille France

Exposition du 17 avril au 16 mai 2015

 

Bloop est le nom d'une onde sonore d’une incroyable puissance. Elle a été enregistrée sur un rayon de 5000 km en 1997, dans les profondeurs du Pacifique Sud et par des hydrophones de surveillance de la NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration). L'origine de cet ultra basse fréquence reste inconnue, il enveloppe alors son origine de mystère : est-ce le chant d’une créature des abysses ou le résultat d’un séisme glaciaire?

Sept artistes au travail protéiforme (sculpture, enregistrement sonore, vidéo, installation, dessin) se réunissent au sein d'un même espace pour questionner ce déploiement invisible qu'est le son. Comme il est nécessairement un lieu sensible au sens où il induit une certaine relation à l’espace – donnons l'exemple de David Tudor lorsqu’il a interprété en 1952 la pièce pour piano 4′33″ de John Cage – , une question sous-jacente se laisse entendre : quel "lieu" ces artistes vont-ils lui donner ?


ORGANISME INACHEVÉ

02/04/2015-28/04/2015

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Exposition personnelle

CIRCLE II : ORGANISME INACHEVÉ 

Espace Icare - Maison des jeunes et de la culture d'Issy-Les-Moulineaux 

31 Boulevard Gambetta 92130 Issy-Les-Moulineaux France

Exposition du 02 au 28 avril 2015

 

Artiste sud-coréenne inspirée par le spiritualisme recherchant la relation entre le corps et l’âme, Stella Sujin met en question le corps « soma », les vaisseaux contenant l’esprit, en explorant la façon dont cette connexion se brise et se répare. A travers ses représentations des corps et des pathologies à l’aquarelle de couleurs vives et oniriques à la fois, l’accent est mis sur l’aspect organique et circulaire de la naissance et de la mort, selon l’artiste, dont les limites deviennent « floues » lorsque l’on décide de comprendre « être né » et «  mourir » en terme de convergence et de dispersion.

 

www.espace-icare.net/

 

 


LA CONFIDENTIELLE DU YIA ART FAIR #02 au BASTILLE DESIGNE CENTER PARIS

26/03/2015 - 29/03/2015

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LA CONFIDENTIELLE du YIA ART FAIR #02 au Bastille Design Center 

74 Boulevard Richard Lenoir, 75011 Paris

Exposition du 26 au 29 mars 2015

Je suis heureuse de vous annoncer ma participation à La Confidentielle #02 du YIA ART FAIR, avec La GAD - Galerie Arnaud Deschin.

 

STAND 1 COLLECTION TYPE

COMMISAIRE : Arnaud Deschin

ARTISTES : Boris Chouvelon, Fouad Bouchoucha, Eva Barto, Frank Perrin, Elvire Bonduelle, Elise Carron, Jérôme Cavaliere, Matthieu Clainchard, David Evrard, Pierre Fisher, Ibai Hernandorena, Ideal Corpus, Laura Lindlief, Laurent Perbos, Keen Souhlal, Stella Sujin, Cyril Verde

 

www.lagad.eu


OCC "Hello Future" Talents' Archive - Onassis Cultural Centre Athens

21/03/2015 -

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Participation in the OCC "Hello Future" Talents' Archive

'Hello Future! Talents' Archive' project is a global initiative for finding and collecting emerging artists and designers; organized by the Onassis Cultural Center in Athens, Greece and curated by Double Decker, London. 200 sketchbooks will be on display in 2015, for the first archive project of this scale, in the Onassis Cultural Center. 

From March 21th - 

Onassis Cultural Centre Athens

107-109, Syngrou Ave, Λεωφόρος Συγγρού 107-109, Αθήνα, Athens 117 45, Greece

 

http://www.sgt.gr/eng/SPG1060

http://www.sgt.gr/eng

 

 


COMMENT L'ART SOIGNE AVEC DES MOTS ?

14/02/2015 - 27/02/2015

Nouvelle exposition hors les murs de La GAD - Galerie Arnaud Deschin

COMMENT L'ART SOIGNE AVEC DES MOTS ?

Avec BEN, Charles Dreyfus, Stella Sujin, artdech

 

Studio n°350 - La Cité Radieuse

280 Boulevard Michelet 13008 Marseille France

Exposition du 14 au 27 février 2015

 

Nous avons la joie de vous présenter un accrochage d’œuvres de 1990 versus 2010
au sein du studio n°350 de la cité radieuse à Marseille.
Cette exposition tentera de répondre à une question: Comment l’art soigne avec des mots ?

 

www.lagad.eu

 


82-33-44

13/06/2014 – 02/07/2014

 

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82-33-44, a group exhibition of Korean contemporary artists in Europe / Curation of Choi & Lager Project 

With Hyunjhin Baik, Jinyoung Yu, Sungpil Chae, Changwoo Ryu, Chanki Chung, Stella Sujin, Soonhak Kwon, Jukhee Kwon, Seon Kang Wolter, Leonard Johansson, Heaven Bae

Exhibition from 13th june to 2nd july 2014

7 Rue Gustave Nadaud 75016 Paris, France

The Choi & Lager project is happy to announce its 4th Korean Artists’ group show will be gathering artists from France, England and Korea once more, as we have been doing each year since 2011.

The title of the exhibition looks like a code. It is, in fact, a combination of three country codes, that of South Korea, France and England. The title is a reference to « 4482 », a Korean artists’ annual group show that takes place in London each year ever since its beginning in 2008. The exhibition now takes place as one of the many successful events of the British Art scene. It offers an opportunity to think about the way in which the Korean artist, coming from a different cultural background, looks upon the western society he lives in, and gives consistency to issues such as identity and cultural adhesion that have inspired more than one Korean artist adapting to western culture.

 

www.choiandlager.com

 


POST-FACES

11/03/2014 - 21/03/2014

Exposition internationale collective à La maison des arts de Talence / commisariat Cécile Croce (MICA) et ses commissaires (CEA4)

Post-Faces

Avec Carmen Herrera Nolorve, Ema Eygreteau, Stella Sujin, Anne Bothuon, Maeva Rheinart, Veronica Noriega, Philippe Faure, Marie Laure Wiel, Tales of Tales (Aureia Harvey et Michaël Samyn), Bernard Ouvrard, Guillaume Toumanian, Johann Chateau Canguilhem, Camila Moreira, Lionel Bayol-Thémines

 

Maison des Arts, Université Bordeaux Montaigne

Esplanade des Antilles, Pessac, France

Exposition du 11 au 21 mars 2014

 

Si le visage est le signe de l’humain, que devient-il lorsque l’humain est dispersé, médiatisé, hybridé de technologies, post-humain, dépassant toute identité repérable ? Qu’offre à voir le visage qui ne se donne plus de face, en vis-à-vis ?

15 artistes revisitent la visagéité, déclinant une face qui n’est ni transparence de l’être ni masque lisse. En Post-faces.

Des visages anonymes et muets, « entre croisés » de Carmen Herrera Nolorve à ceux « expeausés » à vif d’Ema Eygreteau, des minces faces fluides de Stella Sujin aux épaisseurs boursoufflées d’Anne Bothuon, la figure rend compte d’une expérience du corps. L’exposition Post-faces propose un voyage à travers nos émotions stimulées par une cinquantaine d’oeuvres étranges ou délicates, empreintes de douleurs ou criantes de solitude, hypnotiques ou poétiques.

OEuvres radiographiques de Maeva Rheinart, énigmatiques de Veronica Noriega, numériques de Philippe Faure, vidéographiques de Marie Laure Wiel, vidéoludiques de Tales of Tales (Aureia Harvey et Michaël Samyn), travaillées dans la chair picturale par Bernard Ouvrard ou Guillaume Toumanian, jouant de la fragilité des minces voiles de l’image chez Johann Chateau Canguilhem ou Camila Moreira, plongeant le spectateur dans un espace totalement décalé avec Lionel Bayol-Thémines : elles nous questionnent aussi bien. C’est pourquoi elles font l’objet de tables rondes et conférences à la Maison du Pérou, à l’Institut Cervantès, à l’Université.

La CEA4 (Commission Exposition de l’Axe 4), formée sur proposition de Cécile Croce, constituée de huit participants volontaires, a monté collectivement Post-faces. Elle a ainsi sélectionné une quinzaine d’artistes dont les oeuvres revisitent la visagéité de l’humain : aussi bien de jeunes talents prometteurs que des artistes de renoms, français, péruviens, brésiliens ou coréens.

 

Partenaires 

Université Bordeaux Montaigne | MICA | IUT Bordeaux Montaigne | Institut Cervantès | La Maison du Pérou | )Ö( | Centre Simone Signoret [Mairie de Canejan] | Ecole du Cirque de Bordeaux

 


AHAF Hong Kong 2014

28/03/2014 – 02/04/2014

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AHAF Hong Kong 2014 - Aisa Top Gallery Hotel Art Fair in Hong Kong

 

Marcopolo Hotel Hong Kong, Harbour City, 3-27 Canton Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Exhibtion from 28th march to 02 april 2014

 

I am pleased to announce my participation in AHAF Hong Kong 2014 with Keumsan Gallery (Seoul)

 

www.hotelartfair.

 

 

 

 


WHO WANTS TO LIVE FOREVER

14/02/2014 - 14/03/2014

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Exposition personelle

Who Wants To Live Forever 

 

Studio C41 Paris

41 Rue Condamine 75017 Paris, France

Exposition du 14 février au 14 march 2014


Memento Mori « Remember you will die »

14/10/2013 - 31/10/2013

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Solo Exhibition 

Memento Mori « Remember you will die »

 

Jazzy M.A.S Seoul

532-4 Sinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea

Exhibition from 14th to 31th october 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 


ORGANISME POÉTIQUE

15/03/2013 – 18/03/2013

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Exposition à la fin de la résidence des artistes de la Galerie RX

Organisme Poétique

 

Générateur de la galerie RX

36 Rue Ampère 94200 Ivry sur seine, France

Exposition du 15 au 18 mars 2013

 

www.galerierx.com

 


Résidence des artistes de la Galerie RX

Janvier - Mars  2013

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Résidence des artistes de la Galerie RX

Janvier - Mars 2013

 

Générateur de la galerie RX 

36 Rue Ampère 94200 Ivry sur seine, France

 

www.galerierx.com