Archives James Brooks — The Archivist Past: June 11 → July 16 For this exhibition, James uses his alphabetical and numerical interventions to appropriate the occupations of a geometer, administrator, and cartographer and their historic role of defining land, borders, and territory.
Archives Christof Zwiener — J’ai tendu des cordes d’étoile à étoile Past: March 31 → May 21 Christof Zwiener works with the theme of memory connected to the body and its limits, both internal and external. His interventions, sculptures and works are often minimalistic, based on historical events and documentary research.
Archives Alexandre Silberstein — FITZ Past: April 6 → May 21 “ This is the story of Augustus’ journey…” This sentence which applies to both the opening dynamic and track record of the story that forms Alexandre Silberstein’s exhibition could be the foreword, the comment, the first words or simply the metaphor that sums up the how and the why of a novel by Jules Vernes.
Archives Clara Saracho de Almeida — CAIS Past: February 25 → March 26 The presence of Clara Saracho de Almeida (*1990, Pampelune, Esp.) in France is a form of artistic Odyssey that has led her from Porto, Portugal, to the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris including other European cities. “ Odyssey ” because her work as an artist takes an interest in space, and in geography.
Archives Laurence De Leersnyder — La Fonte des Sables Past: January 28 → March 2 Laurence De Leersnyder’s sculptural work is a search into the shapes that can be created by various materials, be it earth, plaster, concrete… she particularly likes the moulding process that lead up to the creation of her pieces. Once again, she shakes up the great questions surrounding sculpture.
Archives Pauline Lavogez — Adieu Tristesse Past: January 14 → February 13 The work of Pauline Lavogez frequently originates from simple phenomena that are often ubiquitous in our society, our methods of creation and consumption as well as in the way we let our environment shape our needs and personality.
Archives Elvire Bonduelle — The Rotating Painting Show Past: October 15 → December 19, 2015 Elvire Bonduelle’s “ Rotating Paintings ” re-establish in a new way the formal practices of some artists from the Concrete Art, BMPT or Support-Surface movements. She uses pertinence and humour but also this false indolence that characterises her so well and triggers a reflection on painting, the act of painting, and the conditions of presentation of the artworks.
Archives Cabinet de Curiosités — Commissariat Nike Bätzner Past: October 27 → December 19, 2015 The exhibition Cabinet de Curiosités, in the Studio of galerie laurent mueller, shows works on paper created with various techniques, jewels and hybrid objects, a film, a miniaturised room, collections of natural objects and artefacts, materials of choice as well as objects with significant historical value.
Archives Katharina Monka — A 00315 Past: September 16 → October 17, 2015 Katharina Monka work’s focusses on the link between the body and the exhibition space, specifically the blur between the space, the artistic intervention in it, and the role of the body in this ensemble.
Archives Jeongmoon Choi — Quake, shock, seismograph Past: September 5 → October 10, 2015 Jeongmoon Choi likes to create a paradoxical impression of solidity and vulnerability on whomever walks through her installations. The wire structures that she stretches out from floor to ceiling encompass the reality of bodies and architectural constraints, sparking dialogue.
Archives Corinne Laroche — Mes heures cadmium et lumineuses n’ont rien à craindre des noirs profonds de la nuit Past: May 30 → July 11, 2015 Since 2007, Corinne Laroche has been developing a drawing style where a grid constitutes the basic structure, the point of reference and the horizon. This grid is kept more or less visible on the surface, but it is still very much present and allows the intensive and expansive spreading of a simple gesture, not unlike doodling.
Archives Nathalie Regard — Dream sessions Paris Past: June 10 → July 11, 2015 With the collaboration of researchers and neurologists, Nathalie Regard has developed an experimental protocol for sleep monitoring. Using her own body for the study has allowed her to rebuild the environment of dream emergence, built upon the permanent exchanges between internal perception and the environment.
Nathalie Regard — Dream sessions Paris Past: Wednesday, July 8, 2015 at 5:30 PM Pascal Pique, directeur du Musée de l’Invisible et Roberto Toro, neuroscientifique et chercheur à l’Institut Pasteur s’entretiennent avec l’artiste Nathalie Regard au sujet de son exposition Dream Session… Meeting
Archives Robin Meier — Fossil records Past: May 6 → June 6, 2015 If the world of symbols and artifice traditionally distinguishes man from animal, Robin Meier revisits this evolutionary criterion in order to study and explore it.
Archives Choices Paris — Collectors weekend Past: May 29 → 31, 2015 For three days, 40 art galleries join forces to offer an itinerary across the capital through their respective exhibitions, but also a major group exhibition at the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts. This artistic itinerary goes from Belleville to Saint-Germain by way of the Marais, the Rue Louise Weiss, the Palais-Royal and Pantin.
Archives Choices Paris — Galerie laurent mueller Past: May 29 → 31, 2015 Through her drawings, Corinne Laroche conceives the surface of the work as a territory. She defines protocols to fill space through the repetition of a gesture and the creation of a graphical grid that expands from shapes such as the square or the dot.
Archives Nicolas Boulard — The Cheese Museum Past: May 6 → 23, 2015 After having mixed art and wine in a collection of works which were at the very least intelligent and subversive, the artist has now placed at the centre of his approach his intuition of a reconciliation between the geometric forms of minimalist art and the most commonplace cheese-forms on market stalls.
Archives Magali Daniaux & Cédric Pigot — 78°55’N Past: March 31 → April 30, 2015 Projected for the first time on an immersive scale, the piece “78°55’N” forms part of a project realised since 2010 around the Global Seed Vault in Norway. Magali Daniaux and Cédric Pigot identify, explore and deliver the stakes of this “last chance backup” via a field study between documentary and science fiction.
Archives Cyrille Weiner et Grégory Lacoua — Twice Past: February 12 → March 25, 2015 Cyrille Weiner finalises a project which was talked about for a long time with the designer Grégory Lacoua: to conceive a hybrid photographic object, halfway between sculpture and furniture. They are both interested in the possibility of enriching our relationship with the world through the creation of objects and situations.
Archives Dieudonné Cartier et collaborateurs — The Office of Gravitational Documents #Fax Past: March 12 → 25, 2015 The project “The Office of Gravitational Documents #Fax” takes the shape of a process that implements simultaneously the realisation of an exhibition, its archive and the fabrication of a publication. Upon reception, each fax is validated by a stamp, numbered, photocopied and stored in a mural file dedicated to each artist.
Dieudonné Cartier et collaborateurs — The Office of Gravitational Documents #Fax Past: Wednesday, March 25, 2015 5 PM → 9 PM Closing
Archives Motoko Dobashi — S.U.D Past: January 8 → February 28, 2015 The Japanese artist Motoko Dobashi realises works on paper, collages and installations that are influenced by the spatial characteristics where she works. From her culture, she derives a practice of painting directly on architectural elements, perturbing the static shapes by inserting landscapes whose expansion seemingly menace the limits of the architecture.
Archives Mischa Kuball — Playtime (domestic version) — Paris Past: October 16 → December 20, 2014 A craftsman working with projected light, Mischa Kuball explores approaches which involve the mediation of reality by the media and its social implications. The installation ‘Playtime (domestic version) — Paris’ found inspiration in Jacques Tati’s eponymous film and the Marcel Duchamp’s optical experiments summarised in ‘Le Grand Verre.’
Archives Theodoros Stamatogiannis — Project space Past: November 20 → December 20, 2014 Parallel to Mischa Kuball, Theodoros Stamatogiannis invests the the upper floor Studio. This greek artist lives currently in London, his work based on sculpture and architecture revisits the close bounds between these two disciplines that have nourished each other throughout art history.
Archives Grey Matter Past: September 4 → 26, 2014 In Sebastian Gögel’s and Laurence De Leersnyder’s work, matter trumps form. As these artists explore it, matter appears to be a memory that is realised according to the prevailing mood. It is a surface where gesture becomes inscribed, the residual trace of a past phenomenon, the manifestation of a symptom.
Archives Danica Phelps — The more poetic side of money Past: June 5 → July 18, 2014 For her first exhibition in France, Danica Phelps shows a series of drawings which stem from the project “Income’s Outcome”. This exhibition also contains works made on the gallery premises, during Phelps’ stay in Paris, together with her son Orion, at the studio inside the gallery.
Archives Roland Stratmann — Post Cuts Past: April 3 → May 24, 2014 Since the end of the 1990s, Roland Stratmann has been working with performance, installation and drawing. Often participative and playful, his work creates a dynamic of exchange for which it invents the forms of reception. Drawing, as place where the eye is trained and form takes shape, hold a central place.
Archives Olivier Leroi — Double Printemps Past: March 25 → April 26, 2014 The exhibition includes drawings and sculptures selected from throughout Olivier Leroi’s career. The artist draws on found and chosen pieces of paper. The drawings are anchored in a specific moment by crystallising it, and are the manifestation of a conscience, the precipitation of experience.
Archives Martin Meyenburg, Benoît Blanchard — Éléments ordonnés Past: February 6 → March 22, 2014 The galerie laurent mueller announces a dialogue between German artist Martin Meyenburg and invited French artist Benoît Blanchard. For this dialogue, both artists have undertaken the representation of surface and the aesthetic transformation of abstraction from real images.
Archives Paula Doepfner — When Lilacs Last in The Dooryard Bloomed Past: March 12 → 22, 2014 The galerie *laurent mueller* inaugurates STUDIO by inviting the artist Paula Doepfner to present an installation made especially for the event. The artist explores the transformation of material through drawings made with dried vegetables, transitory sculptures and performances.
Archives Adam Ball & Etienne de Fleurieu — Echo Past: November 7, 2013 → January 25, 2014 For this exhibition, Adam Ball and Etienne de Fleurieu have primarily worked on paper, whether it is with Adam Ball’s large cut out works or with Etienne de Fleurieu’s Shooting Symphonies. These symphonies, a series de Fleurieu has been working on for four years, combine the violence of a shotgun rippling through paper with the poetry of drawn musical notes.
Archives Slick Art Fair Paris Past: October 24 → 27, 2013 While Laurence De Leersnyder uses materials such as plaster, concrete or wood in order to materialise the marks and traces of movement, Corinne Laroche approaches drawing through the series, centred on the idea of territory, gestural repetition and the filling of space.
Archives James Brooks — Facts and Fictions Past: September 12 → October 26, 2013 James Brooks is seeking constantly to integrate today’s political and societal resonances into his oeuvre and works by playing with repetition and the format of his works. The exhibition at the gallery shows us how the artist perceives the manipulation and re-contextualisation of public information, or, how facts can lead us to fiction.
Archives Salle d’attente III Past: June 6 → July 20, 2013 Salle d’attente III is the third instalment of an exhibition series based on the idea that waiting rooms are spatiotemporal parentheses which offer themselves to the contemplation of artworks. At the galerie laurent mueller, this new experience unites 26 artists in two spaces linked by a staircase.
Archives Valérie Dantas Mota, Christof Zwiener — Tightrope, de la création d’un équilibre Past: February 9 → March 30, 2013 Equilibrium is essentially defined by the possibility of a fall, by the crumbling of the system. A system is always in balance: on the one hand there is structure and on the other its individual elements, reassembled in chaos. With this exhibition, the question of equilibrium is as much physical as it is philosophical.
Archives Dialogue linéaire — Jeongmoon Choi Past: November 10, 2012 → January 26, 2013 After a successful first installation of thread stretched in space during the gallery inauguration in October 2010, Jeongmoon Choi has devised a new installation of thread under black lights in order to alter a part of the space, while she will also be showing a new sculpture and video, as well as works on canvas and on paper.
Archives Correspondances — Martin Barré, James Brooks, Corinne Laroche Past: September 8 → October 27, 2012 An invited artist and an artist from the gallery find the correspondence that unites them with a third presence, Martin Barré — a historical reference in French gestural abstraction. Two artists from two different generations, both working on the medium of paper have decided to take Martin Barré’s œuvre as reference and a starting point.
Correspondances : Closing Performance — James Brooks as Land Observations Past: Friday, October 26, 2012 at 6 PM On the occasion of the finissage of the exhibition, James Brooks is going to perform as Land Observations songs from his latest album Roman Roads published by Mute Performance
Correspondances — Martin Barré, James Brooks, Corinne Laroche Past: 2012-09-06 17:00:00 +0200 → 2012-09-07 21:00:00 +0200 Cocktail on the occasion of the Nuit Blanche Event
Archives Laurence De Leersnyder — La Dame de Byblos Past: June 20 → July 28, 2012 The galerie laurent mueller presents a solo exhibition of the French artist Laurence De Leersnyder with a selection of works specifically designed for the event. During her realisations, Laurence De Leersnyder puts the idea aside in favour of intuition. Indeed, her actions are elementary and without virtuosity.
Archives Martin Meyenburg — No Place Like Home Past: May 12 → June 2, 2012 The German artist Martin Meyenburg presents a series of new works specially conceived for the space of the galerie laurent mueller. Martin Meyenburg creates paintings and sculptures on the verge between abstraction and still life, where a sense of space collides with improbable lightning or an hermetic viewing field.
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