WALTMAN ORTEGA FINE ART

"Vessel #1 (pink)" - Jorge ENRIQUE

Jorge ENRIQUE "Vessel #1 (pink)"
Vessel #1, 25x16x8 in

Variations, 2017 - Stevens DOSSOU-YOVO

Stevens DOSSOU-YOVO Variations, 2017
Steel and acrylic
90 x 110 x 20cm
36 x 44 x 8 in

Vortex Totem, 2017 - NOART NOART

NOART NOART Vortex Totem, 2017
Edition of 8 + 4 APs
Zinc Quartz, mirrors, LED lighting
36x6x6 in. | 90x15x15 cm

Eyescape #2 - Jérôme LAGARRIGUE

Jérôme LAGARRIGUE Eyescape #2
Oil on canvas, 36x36 in.

Axis III, 2017


 - Joe SEGAL

Joe SEGAL Axis III, 2017
Wall sculpture

Alveoles No. 280 - Jean-Pierre ATTAL

Jean-Pierre ATTAL Alveoles No. 280
Edition of 5 + 2 APs. Lambda print on diasec,

Hors Champ (Offscreen), 2017 - Francois BARD

Francois BARD Hors Champ (Offscreen), 2017
oil on canvas, 160x160 cm

Guardian, 2017 - Cesar SANTOS

Cesar SANTOS Guardian, 2017

A Question of Black & White 044, 2017 - Luis CRUZ AZACETA

Luis CRUZ AZACETA A Question of Black & White 044, 2017
36x36 in, acrylic on canvas

Water Painting, 2017 - Jonathan HUXLEY

Jonathan HUXLEY Water Painting, 2017
Mixed media on canvas, 100x120 cm

Exhibiting Artists

  • NOART _

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  • Jean-Pierre ATTAL  (+)

    Biography : Born in 1963, lives and works in Paris.

    Exhibition : SOLO EXHIBITIONS

    2015
    Jean-Pierre Attal “Open Space” | galerie Olivier Waltman

    2011
    Jean-Pierre Attal | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami
    Serial Cities (2001-2011), Galerie Olivier Waltman

    2010
    Empty Architecture | Olivier Waltman Gallery, Paris

    2009
    Alveoles Vol. 2 | Olivier Waltman Gallery, Paris

    2008
    Alveoles Vol. 1 | Olivier Waltman Gallery, Paris
    Social Consulting Vol. 2 | Jean-Cocteau Arts Center, France

    2007
    Urban Course #02 | PressClub, Paris

    2006
    Urban Course #01 | Artima Gallery, Paris
    Business Impact | Younique Gallery, Paris

    2005
    Social Consulting Vol. 1 | Jungle Art Gallery, Paris

    2004
    Elementary Particles | Clermont-Ferrand, France

    2003
    Codes | Média Library | Issy les Moulineaux, France

    2001
    Monograph of the Social Masses | Theater 347, Paris
    Modeling the Urban Stereotype | Saint Martin Gallery, Paris

    2000
    Aléa Gallery, Paris
    Mirror of Alienation | Miguel Amate Gallery, Paris


    GROUP EXHIBITIONS
    2015
    Art Wynwood

    2014
    Art Miami
    Art up! Lille
    Art Wynwood, Miami
    Art 14, London
    Art Paris Art Fair, Paris
    Les esthéques d’un monde désenchante | Abbaye Saint-André, Centre d’Art Contemporain, Meymac
    Une journée de coincidences, expositions collective itinérante et parcours sonore | Plateforme, Paris
    Galerie Olivier Waltman | Paris
    Nos deserts | Platforme, Paris
    Pulse New York

    2013
    Cutlog New York
    Photography | Waltman Ortega Fine Art
    Art Wynwood, Miami
    London Art Fair
    Art13 London
    Norev Over, galerie Dock Sud, Sète

    2012
    Art Miami
    Kogan Galerie, Madrid
    Photo Madrid
    Norev-Over, Plateforme, Paris
    Art Wynwood, Miami

    2011
    Scope Miami
    Art London
    Jean-Pierre Attal | Waltman Ortega Fine Art | Miami
    Art Chicago | Miami, FL
    Art Paris | Galerie Olivier Waltman | Paris, France
    London Art Fair | Galerie Olivier Waltman | London
    Art Palm Beach | Waltman Ortega Fine Art
    MIA fair, Miami Beach, Florida

    2010
    Art Miami, Miami, FL | Waltman Ortega Fine Art
    Photo Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Paris, France
    Tript

    Detailed Description : With the architecture of offices today being more transparent, in 2007 I decided once again to explore this area as an extension of my work of social urban archaeology. These photographs capture the reality of individuals who are closer linked to modern architecture. They dig into the world of the service sector through the glass openings of modern office towers. Open spaces become completely accessible then and reveal the details of a standardized world which usually escape us. In architectural chaos, it is the recurrence and obsessive repetition which finally lead to the crumbling of unknown beings. Jean-Pierre Attal Paris, France 2008

    Artist's Objects:

    • Jean-Pierre ATTAL - Alveoles No. 280 Alveoles No. 280

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  • Francois BARD  (+)

    Biography : FRANÇOIS BARD Born in 1959. He lives and works in Paris. Education & Awards 1977‐1980 Ecole nationale supérieure des Beaux‐Arts, Paris 1988‐1990 Casa Velasquez, Madrid 1990 First Prize Belmondo Award

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions

    2016
    Francois Bard | The Paths of Glory

    2015
    François Bard, Ainsi soient-ils | galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris

    2014
    Bard, Renonciat, NOART, Enrique, Segal | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami, FL
    Francois Bard | Bertrand Delacroix Gallery, New York

    2013
    Figure - Round 2 | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami
    Figure – Volume 1 | Galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris

    2012
    Si Loin – Galerie Olivier, Waltman, Paris
    Mai - Bertrand Delacroix Gallery, New York

    2011
    Scope Miami, Waltman Ortega Fine Art
    Galerie Mazel, Bruxelles
    Biennale d’Issy les Moulineaux ‐ France
    Art London ‐ Galerie Olivier Waltman
    Art Elysé François Bard
    Si Loines ‐ Galerie Olivier Waltman
    Chic Art Fair ‐ Galerie Mazel

    2010
    Galerie du fleuve, France
    BDG, New York

    2009
    Une saison en forêt , Galerie du Fleuve, Paris
    Art Paris, Galleria Forni

    2008
    FORM London, Stephanie Hoppen Gallery
    Art Karlsruhe, Galerie du Fleuve

    2007
    Centre d’Art contemporain de Montluçon, France
    Salon de Vitry, France
    Art DC, Washington DC, Galerie du Fleuve
    Biennale de d’Issy les Moulineaux, France
    FORM London, Stephanie Hoppen Gallery

    2006
    Le Carmel, Tarbes, France Galerie Aida Cherfan, Beyruth
    London Art Fair, Stephanie Hoppen Gallery
    Art Miami, Galerie du Fleuve

    2005
    Centre d’Art Contemporain de Montluçon, France
    Galerie du Fleuve, Paris,
    London Art Fair, Stephanie Hoppen Gallery Foundation Coprim, Paris
    Biennale d’Issy les Moulineaux, France
    St’Art, Strasbourg, Galerie du Fleuve

    2004
    St’ Art, Strasbourg, Galerie du Fleuve
    Le Carmel, Tarbes, France
    Art London, Stephanie Hoppen Gallery
    Galleria Forni, Bologna
    Stephany Hoppen Gallery, London

    2003
    Galerie du Fleuve, Paris
    Centre d’Art Duatre Coelho, Portugal.
    L’art Emmêlé, Paris

    2002
    Art Miami, Galerie du Fleuve
    Galerie Samagra, Paris
    Stephany Hoppen Gallery, London
    Salon Grands et Jeunes d’aujourd’hui, Seoul

    2001
    Salon Grands et Jeunes d’aujourd’hui, Luxemb

    Detailed Description : French artist François Bard’s oeuvre is often described as “epic” or “monumental.” Yet he paints the most ordinary of subjects, transforming them into powerful metaphors of human emotion. Hard to define, he is a conceptual experimentalist disguised as a traditionalist. His paintings invariably elicit more questions than answers. Elusive and multi-layered, images of everyday people and places suggest meaning, and hint at the emotional content just beyond our grasp. Recognized as one of the great French figurative painters working today, Bard was born in Lille, France in 1959. He graduated from the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris in 1980, and was selected for a two-year residency at the prestigious Casa Velázquez, Madrid in 1988, before being awarded the Prix Paul Belmondo at Paris’s Salon d’Automne in 1990. From 1990 to 2000, Bard taught as a professor at the Ateliers des Beaux-Arts in Paris, and now divides his time between his Paris studio and his home in Burgundy, southeast of Pris

    Artist's Objects:

    • Francois BARD - Hors Champ (Offscreen), 2017 Hors Champ (Offscreen), 2017

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  • Fabien CHALON  (+)

    Biography : Fabien Chalon was born in 1959 in Paris, France, where he currently lives and works.

    Exhibition : EXHIBITIONS

    2016
    Art Paris Art Fair, Galerie Olivier Waltman
    Art 16 London, Galerie Olivier Waltman
    Art Elysées, Galerie Olivier Waltman

    2015
    Vu des étoiles, Anthéa- Antibes
    Je, Tu, Elles, Chapelle Ste Anne, Galerie Joseph Antonin, Arles

    2014
    Vecteur, Galerie Benamou-Gz, Paris

    2013
    Confesse, Paris
    Vu des étoiles, L’atelier, Paris

    2012
    Histoire d'un Homme, Musée de Hyères, Hyères-les-Palmiers
    Réactions en chaîne, Rome Italie
    Tokyo, Japon
    Ginza, Japon
    Sapporo, Japon
    Daimaru, Japon
    Ninonbashi Takashiyama, Japon
    Hakata, Japon
    Hankyn, Japon
    Isebukuro Seibu, Japon
    Art Basel, Galerie Benamou

    2011
    Les disparus, Paris
    Réactions en chaînes, Prague
    Hong Kong
    Pékin, Chine
    Shanghaï, Chine
    Berne, Suisse
    Lausanne, Suisse

    2010
    L’abandon, Maison Européenne de la Photographie, Paris
    Réactions en chaînes, Lyon
    Luxembourg

    2009
    Le grand océan, Installation, Paris

    2008
    Le monde en marche, commande publique, Gare du Nord, Paris

    2007
    Les disparus, église Notre-Dame de Bercy, Nuit Blanche, Paris

    2006
    Prends le temps, Galerie Kamel Mennour, Paris
    Vidéo aquatique, Galerie Kamel Mennour, Paris

    2005
    La voiture qui vole, Galerie Kamel Mennour, Paris
    Galerie Kamel Mennour, Paris
    Mazarine, Paris

    2004
    Galerie Kamel Mennour, Paris
    Fiac, Galerie Benanmou, Paris
    Art Moscou, Galerie Benamou
    Loop, Galerie Rabouan Moussion, Barcelone

    2003
    Sex, sex, etc., Galerie Beaubourg, Vence
    Galerie Beaubourg, Paris

    2002
    Et voilà, Galerie Commines, Paris
    Voyage en Amérique, Pour un film de Bruno Podalydès
    Azimuth et Gravité, Galerie de l’Etoile, Paris

    2001
    L’usine, Musée de St Etienne, St Etienne

    2000
    Musée Ingres, Montauban


    Catalogues (selection)

    2008
    Le Monde est en marche (240 pages), Editions Le Cherche Midi

    Press
    2016
    Avril. L’Observateur

    2013
    Avril – Mai. Côté Paris

    2010
    Août. Art Press n°370

    Detailed Description : Contemporary sculpture, object, automata, mechanical object

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  • Luis CRUZ AZACETA  (+)

    Biography : Luis Cruz Azaceta, born April 5, 1942, is a Cuban American visual artist. He left Cuba as a teenager in 1960. After immigrating to the United States, Azaceta lived in New York, graduated from The School of Visual Arts and began his long career as an artist. Since the late 1970s the paintings and drawings of Luis Cruz Azaceta have been addressing the moral and ethical pulse of this country. Early works focused on urban violence, the Aids epidemic, and racism. His current works relate to the rapid state of change in the world at large - war, terrorism, displacement, identity, and collapsing economies. Azaceta is a devotee of visual experiment who often develops parallel series in several media at once, combining materials in totally unexpected ways, as with his extended series of photographs mounted on twisted metal stud. Azaceta works constantly and is extremely prolific. For Azaceta, art is a way of facing the world. He recognizes that change is inevitable, and that all of us are implicated by reality and time passing. The world we inhabit is contingent and changing; and chaos is an inherent part of the process. This is the reality we all share and which we all too often ignore. He has exhibited extensively nationally and internationally and has been awarded grants including The Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, The National Endowment for the Arts, The New York Foundation for the Arts, The Joan Mitchell Foundation. His work is in the permanent collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, and The Whitney Museum of Art in New York, The Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C., Museo De Bellas Artes, Caracas, Venezuela, Marco, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo De Monterrey, Mexico among others.

    Exhibition : SELECT SOLO EXHIBITIONS

    2017 ON THE BRINK, Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans, LA
    2016 DICTATORS, TERRORISM, WAR AND EXILES, American Museum of the Cuban Diaspora, Miami, FL
    Curated by Dr. Alejandro Anreus*
    SWIMMING TO HAVANA, Lyle O. Reitzel Gallery, New York, NY
    LUIS CRUZ AZACETA: WAR & OTHER DISASTERS, Abroms-Engel Institute of Visual Arts,
    Birmingham, AL. Curated by Lisa T. Becker*
    2015 STATE OF FEAR, Pan American Art Projects, Miami, FL*
    2014 PAINTINGOUTLOUD, Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans, LA*
    DICTATORS, TERRORISM, WARS AND EXILE, Aljira: A Center For Contemporary Art, Newark, NJ*
    2013 LOUISIANA MON AMOUR, Acadiana Center for the Arts, Lafayette, LA
    UP* SIDE* DOWN, Pan American Art Projects, Miami, FL*
    2012 TERRAFORMA 2, Allegro Galería, Panamá, Republic of Panama*
    TERRAFORMA, Gary Marotta Fine Art, Provincetown, MA*
    SHIFTING STATES, Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans, LA
    2011 SELF PORTRAITS: WATERCOLORS & DRAWINGS 1977-81, George Adams Gallery, New York, NY
    LIMBO, Southeastern Louisiana University Contemporary Art Gallery, Hammond, LA*
    LUIS CRUZ AZACETA: SELECTED WORKS ON PAPER, Gary Marotta Fine Art Provincetown, MA
    2010 TRAJECTORIES, Pan American Art Projects, Miami, FL
    INTRUSION IN PARADISE, Allegro Galería, Panamá, Republic of Panama
    LABERINTOS, Galería Lyle O. Reitzel, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
    EXILE 50, Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans, LA
    SWIMMING TO HAVANA, New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA
    2009 AMBULATORY: MUSEUM PLAN, Emmanuel Gallery, Auraria Campus, Denver, CO
    2008 LUIS CRUZ AZACETA: 1999, Contemporary Arts Center, New York, NY
    MUSEUM PLANS, Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, Miami, FL*
    NO BOUNDS, Gertrude Herbert Art Institute, Augusta, GA*
    2007 LOCAL ANESTHESIA, Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans, LA*
    AMBULATORY: MUSEUM PLAN, Galería Ramis Barquet, New York, NY* SIN
    PALABRAS/WITHOUT WORDS, Galería Lyle O. Reitzel, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic*
    2006 BLOOM: PAINTINGS AND CONSTRUCTIONS, Museum of Contemp

    Artist's Objects:

    • Luis CRUZ AZACETA - A Question of Black & White 044, 2017 A Question of Black & White 044, 2017

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  • Stevens DOSSOU-YOVO  (+)

    Biography : Stevens was born in Paris, where he graduated from the Penninghen Design School. He dedicated himself metal sculpture and was soon producing anthropomorphic sculptures and automata. In recent years, Stevens has moved away from figurative sculpture; he now focuses on the representation of space through powerful mural compositions. Steel remains his favorite medium: a fairly basic material, it lends itself to all sorts of experimentation. Each sculpture offers up a spatial equation, a mathematical formula. Each combines the principles of concentration and expansion: the optical illusion is the result of a process whereby the tension between opposing forces is cancelled out, producing a striking impression of suspended motion. The assembled elements seem to be both in free-fall and levitating, both static and animated by the flow of air or the pull of gravity. Broken Clouds is thus an invitation to gaze into virtual skies and the expanding universe. The structures holding the elements together are carefully concealed, so that each composition seems to be floating. The metal is given a different surface treatment, depending on the final effect intended. In some cases, the metal is left raw while certain areas are polished; the color and texture of the metal are subtly altered, as is the way it absorbs or reflects the light. Elsewhere, Stevens applies acid to certain surfaces in order to add depth and tone. An additional illusion is thereby produced: in those compositions where some of the facets are oxidized, the metal seems to have morphed into another material.

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions

    2008
    Dispatch, Sculptures 3D | The Smithfield Gallery, London

    2007
    Perspectives, Sculptures 3D | The Smithfield Gallery, London

    1996
    Mécanismes | Tour de l’Horloge, Avallon, France
    1995
    Artothèque | Musée Saint-Germain, Auxerre, France
    Karlskaia 1950 – Dussou Yovo 1995 | Galerie Arnoux, Paris


    Group Exhibitions

    2015
    Art Miami Context | Waltman Ortega Fine Art
    Art Miami New York | Waltman Ortega Fine Art

    2014
    Galerie Detais : Art Elysées

    2013
    Galerie Detais | Paris
    Toog | Ibiza
    Cercle des Nouveaux Artisans | Place Saint-Germain de Prés, Paris
    Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie Paris | Exposition CHAUVET, France

    2012
    Cercle des Nouveaux Artisans | Place Vendôme, Paris

    2011
    Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie Paris | Océan Climat, France

    2010
    Salon d’Art Contemporain | CUTLOG, Paris
    Simple Gallery | Gstaad, Switzerland
    Galerie Xavier Nicolas | Paris

    2009
    Simple Gallery | Gstaad, Switzerland

    2008
    Simple Gallery | Gstaad, Switzerland
    l’Art béninois | Maison des Arts, Evreux, France
    Cocoa Arts | Coningsby Gallery, London

    2006
    Simple Gallery | Gstaad, Switzerland

    2005
    London Art Fair | Business Design Center, London
    Rev’arts, Biennale des Arts plastiques | Bezons, France

    2001-02
    l’Homme transformé, Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie | Paris

    2000
    Homme, nature, technologie – Exposition universelle, Pavillion français | Hanovre, France

    1998
    Victoire de la Musique africaine | Hôtel de Crillon, Paris

    1997
    Galerie Le Poisson d’Or | Lyon

    1994
    Galerie Claire Gastaud | Clermont-Ferrand, France

    Detailed Description : Stevens Dossou-Yovo uses primarily steel and focuses on representations of space through his commanding geometric compositions. The elements joining the structures are well-concealed giving them a weightless appearance and, as a result, counterbalancing the gravity of the metal. Drawing inspiration from the sky and playing with optical illusions, his work communicates limitlessness, questioning the origins and confines of reality. Mathematical and metaphysical, Dossou-Yovo treats the surfaces of the steel in his sculptures in a variety of different ways. He polishes some areas while leaving others raw, alters the color and texture of some areas to play with light, adds depth and tone by applying acid to their surfaces, etc. Together the combination of the textures, finishes and colors (or lack thereof) on Dossou-Yovo's geometric abstractions form what could be compared to three-dimensional pixelated clouds.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Stevens DOSSOU-YOVO - Variations, 2017 Variations, 2017

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  • Stephane DUCATTEAU  (+)

    Biography : After training in engineering, Ducatteau attended the Beaux-Arts (Fine Arts) School in Paris (drawing, painting, modeling, glass blowing). She holds a diploma in engineering as well as ironworking. After working for a several years in a group workshop in Roubaix, Nord Department, Stephane Ducatteau now lives and works in Normandy, one hour away from Paris.

    Exhibition : EXHIBITIONS

    2014
    GALERIE OLIVIER WALTMAN, Paris
    COLLECTION GALILA BARZILAI HONLLANDER, Brussels
    VILLA DATRIS, L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue
    FONDATION RAJA, Paris

    2013
    GALERIE OLIVIER WALTMAN, Paris
    GALERIE LE FEUVRE, Paris

    2012
    LE HANGAR, Evreux, France
    GALERIE EMEURAUDE, Le Touquet, France

    2009
    TALENTS, Paris
    ROSELAND GALLERY, permanent exposition, Toronto, Canada

    2008
    VIA, Paris (exposition LABELS VIA 2008)
    VIA, Milan (exposition LABELS VIA 2008)

    2007
    GALERIE LE FEUVRE, séries limitées, Paris

    2006
    LA NUIT BLANCHE, Toronto, ROSELAND GALLERY,
    MAATGALLERY, Paris
    ROSELAND GALLERY, Toronto
    VIA, Milan (exposition LABELS VIA 2006)

    2005
    GALERIE EMEURAUDE, Le Touquet,
    Maison des architectes de Grenoble,

    2004
    GALERIS S1LIVRE?, Villerville, France

    2003
    CARREFOUR DES ARTS, Brecey, France
    GALERIE Ateliers d'Art de France, Paris

    2002
    VISIONI, participant in the French selection, Florence

    INTERNATIONAL SHOWS

    2015
    Art Miami New York, New York
    Art Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, FL
    Context, Miami

    2014
    Art 15, 14, 13, London

    2013-2014
    Art Miami, Miami, FL

    2013
    Pulse Miami, Miami, FL
    Art Miami, Miami, FL
    Texas Contemporary, Houston, TX
    Pulse New York, New York, NY

    2012-2013
    Art Wynwood, Miami, FL

    2012-2016
    Art Wynwood, Miami, FL

    2005
    Salon du meuble, Paris

    2001
    MAISON ET OBJET / SCENES D'INTERIEUR, biannually since 2001, Paris


    DESIGNERS SHOWS

    2005
    RECUP, Paris

    2004-2005
    Design Louveciennes, Louveciennes

    2003
    HABITER, Jardin des Tuileries, Paris

    2002
    Salon des antiquaires, Jardin des Tuileries, Paris
    Carrousel des métiers d'art, Carrousel du Louvres, Paris

    AWARDS

    2008
    LABEL VIA, for JEU DE CARTES

    2006
    LABEL VIA, for the stools TAB

    2002
    AWARD "DECOUVERTE"(New name) at Maison et Objet Show


    PUBLICATIONS

    2007
    CONNAISSANCE DES ARTS, portrait

    2006
    TEVA DECO, portrait of 5 minutes
    MARIE CLAIRE, portrait
    COTE OUEST, portrait
    MARIANNE MAISON, portrait

    2005
    ATELIERS D'ART, portrait
    TF1, portrait

    2004
    France 5, "question maison", portrait of 5 minutes

    Detailed Description : Stephane Ducatteau is a contemporary artist designer working basically with sheet metal. For artist, furniture is a support to develop a certain aesthetic. His way of creating a furniture object is close to sculpture. Elegant curves and comfortable shapes that the artist gives to the objects evoke emotions and sensuality. Due to an use of sheen the metal gains the brilliance of ebony. Each piece of the artist's furniture is unique. It is not just a magnificent result of the iron craft, but also an art object.

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  • Jorge ENRIQUE  (+)

    Biography : Enrique was born in Havana, Cuba in 1960. He left Cuba as a child and lived in Madrid , Spain, and later moved to the United States. He began his academic studies at the Alfred Glassell School of Art (Houston, TX) in 1991. Although exile impacted his life in the most profound way; Enrique, like Matta, does not only consider himself a Latin American artist since his education and professional growth took place in the United States.

    Exhibition : SOLO EXHIBITIONS
    2016
    Borders | Waltman Ortega Fin Art, Miami, FL

    2015
    Art Miami Context solo presentation | Miami, FL
    Metallic | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami
    Metallica | Galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris
    Art Miami New York | New York

    2014
    Art Paris | Paris
    Art Miami | Miami
    Art14 | London
    Group Show | Bertrand Delacroix, New York
    Retrospective | Galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris

    2013
    Crossroads | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami
    Hybrid | Galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris

    2012
    Barcode | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami
    Objects | Galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris
    Art Elysées | Paris
    François Bard and Jorge Enrique | Galerie DX, Bordeaux

    2011
    "Off The Wall", Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami
    "Wynwood" galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris

    2010
    “Aftermath”, Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami, FL

    2009
    "Urban D-Construction" galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris

    2008
    "Numbers" galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris, France

    2007
    "Traffic" galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris, France
    Fort East Martello installation project, Sculpture Key West 07
    Jorge Enrique, Charest-Weinberg Gallery, Key West, FL

    2006
    "itarget", Swenson Gallery, Miami, FL

    2005
    "Nothing Remains Empty", Karen Lynne Gallery, Boca Raton, FL
    "Digimatic" Swenson Gallery, Miami, FL

    2001
    Haworth Gallery, Orlando, FL

    1998
    “Other Voices”, Virginia Miller Galleries, Coral Gables, FL
    “The Offering”, Koelsch Gallery, Houston, TX

    1996
    “Cambios”, Koelsch Gallery, Houston, TX

    1995
    “Catch a Fire”, Koelsch-Frietsch Gallery, Houston, TX


    GROUP EXHIBITIONS


    2016
    Art Miami | Miami, FL
    Art Elysees, Paris
    Art Southampton | Bridgehapmton, NY
    Art 16, London
    Art Paris
    Art New York | New York, NY
    Art Wynwood | Miami, FL


    2015
    Art Miami New York | New York, NY
    Art Wynwood | Miami, FL
    Palm Beach Art Fair | Bertrand Delacroix Gallery

    2014
    Art Miami | Miami, FL
    Bertrand Delacroix Gallery | New York, NY
    Art Paris | Paris, France
    Urbanism: Perceived and Interpreted | The Coral Gables Museum
    Art 14 | London, England
    Art Wy

    Detailed Description : Focusing on technology and urban sub-cultural modes to inform the finished aesthetic product, Jorge Enrique offers a specific perspective on the dizzying shifts between man and machine that he describes as “revved up minimalism” – sparse in colors that never mix, and very simple elements multiplied in a very intense repetitive manner in his mixed media works. Enrique names Jasper Jones, Cy Twombly, and Robert Rauschenberg among the masters who influenced his own artistic vision. Thus, in his recent projects, he delivers frozen and petrify mathematically-driven, codes flowing at a breakneck pace in totem poles in ‘Numbers’ (2007), elevating those systems with the city’s grit in ‘Urban D-construction’ (2009-2012), and projecting its progress as illuminated by a distinctive American subculture in ‘Low Ride’ (2011), Enrique’s artistic development displays noted signs of an artistic practice informed by accepted contemporary artistic movements, and simultaneously rewarded with a degree of poignant storytelling relaying his own background and social influences. Appropriating the traces directly from the streets of Miami , Enrique builds its urban mythology: "deconstructing these images brought me to a new visual order, a place to explore, as the foundation for a new home…"

    Artist's Objects:

    • Jorge ENRIQUE - "Vessel #1 (pink)" "Vessel #1 (pink)"

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  • Rune GUNERIUSSEN  (+)

    Biography : Guneriussen was born in 1977, in Kongsberg, Norway. He attended Eiker college 1992-1996 and received a BA in photography from Surrey Institute of Art & Design, 2002. He currently lives and works in eastern Norway.

    Exhibition : Solo exhibitions:

    2016
    Art Paris Art Fair, Galerie Olivier Waltman
    Art 16 London, Galerie Olivier Waltman
    Dramaturgie, Galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris
    Art Miami New York, Waltman Ortega Fine Art

    2015 Art Miami New York | Galerie Olivier Waltman, New York
    Quality of Present Interaction | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami, FL

    2014 Art Miami | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami, FL
    Galerie MelanieRio | Paris, France

    2013
    A Clear Epical Dominance | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami, FL

    2012
    Galerie MelanieRio | Paris, France
    Rhein Galerie | Bonn, Germany
    A I B I Contemporary, Zürich, Switzerland

    2011
    Parcour St. Germain | Paris, France
    Manifesta Maastricht | Maastricht, Netherland

    2010
    Le Radar, Bayeux, France, Les Borealés Festival
    Galerie Melanie Rio, Nantes, France
    Tjuvholmen, Oslo
    Turbine Hall, Vestfossen, Norway
    The Old Hå Vicarage, Art Centre, Stavanger, Norway

    2009
    Galleri Gathe, Bergen, Norway
    Working Class Hero, Norway
    Arena Vestfossen

    2008
    Galeria Atrium, Talinn, Estonia
    Arena Vestfossen

    2007
    House of Photography, Oslo
    Arena Vestfossen

    2006
    Moksha, Drammen
    Arena Vestfossen

    2004
    Shoddyhuset, Vestfossen
    Palett, Hønefoss

    Collections:

    2012
    Musees de Bayeux, France

    2011
    Christian Dior, Paris, France

    2010
    Royal Monceau, Phillipe Stark, Paris, France
    Kommuneforlaget, Norway
    Øvre Eiker Nett, Norway

    2009
    City of Bergen, Norway
    Centre of Knowledge, Lillestrøm, Norway

    2008
    Helsebygg – Midt-Norge (St. Olavs Hospital)

    Detailed Description : Rune Guneriussen uses man-made objects to build temporary installations in the natural settings to create his ethereal photographic works. Most ordinary every day items, such as electric lamps, books, chairs, etc.; were placed by the artist in untouched Norwegian landscapes where these objects are seemingly the only indication of the human presence. Guneriussen believes that the human approach to nature is too invasive. Therefore, with his projects, he assembles site-specific sculptures and installations creating the most enchanting of worlds, photographs them and takes them apart afterwards leaving no trace behind – as a suggestion for a more gentle approach. “This process involves the object, story, space and most important the time it is made within. It is an approach to the balance between nature and human culture, and all the sublevels of our own existence”, states the artist himself. As an artist he believes strongly that art itself should be questioning and bewildering as opposed to patronizing and restricting. As opposed to the current fashion he does not want to dictate a way to the understanding of his art, but rather indicate a path to understanding a story.

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  • Jonathan HUXLEY  (+)

    Biography : Huxley was born in 1965 and currently lives and works in London. He received a BA Honors Fine Art from the Trent Polytechnic Nottingham in 1989 and attended the Royal Academy Diploma Royal Academy of Arts London 1989-1992.

    Exhibition : SOLO SHOWS

    2013 “Absolute Zero”, Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami
    2012 Crane Kalman Gallery, London
    2012 Galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris
    2011 Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami
    2008 Galeria Ariel Sibony Paris
    2007 „Small Change‟ Crane Kalman Gallery London
    2005 „Boys Own Story‟ Royal College of Art London
    2004 Crane Kalman Gallery London
    2003 „Mobile‟ a Mini-Retrospective APT Gallery London
    2001 Crane Kalman Gallery London


    GROUP SHOWS
    2013 Art Wynwood, Miami, FL
    Group show | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami
    2012 Art Miami | Galerie Olivier Waltman
    Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami
    2011 FIAC (Foire International D‟Art Comtemporain)
    Galerie Olivier Waltman Paris
    MIA (Miami International Art Fair)
    2010 Art Miami
    Galerie Olivier Waltman
    2009 Sunday Times Watercolour Competition
    The London Art Fair 2010 Crane Kalman Gallery
    2006 Dubai Art Fair Crane Kalman Gallery
    Miami Art Fair Galerie Ariel Sibony
    Art Bologna Italy Crane Kalman Gallery
    2005 Royal Academy summer show (work published)
    The Discerning Eye, Mall Galleries (invited artist)
    2004 Hayashibara Museum of Art, Okayama, Japan (exhibition)
    Exhibition for the Monaco Grand Prix at the Monaco Star
    1998 FIAC 98 Paris
    1997 FIAC 97 Paris
    1995 Nagoya City Art Museum Japan Touring exhibition
    European Parliament, Strasbourg
    Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
    1992 Royal Academy Young Masters, Crane Kalman Gallery
    1991 “Into the Nineties” ICA


    PRIZES AND COMMISSIONS

    2011 Paintings in Hospitals
    2010 Elected Associate of the Royal Watercolour Society
    Royal Watercolour Society award
    Barclays PLC London
    Installation for Red Bull HQ London
    2009 Sunday Times Watercolour Award
    Penguin Modern Classics commission
    2007 Painting installation The White Falcon House Majorca
    2004 Ultraviolet painting commissioned for the Met Bar, Park Lane, London
    2003 Installation of paintings for Channel 4 building, London
    Unesco Publications, Paris
    2002 Commission for EMI musi

    Detailed Description : Absolute zero is the coldest possible temperature. More formally, it is the temperature at which entropy reaches its minimum value. The laws of thermodynamics state that absolute zero cannot be reached using only thermodynamic means... By international agreement, absolute zero is defined as 0K on the Kelvin scale and as −273.15° on the Celsius scale. This equates to −459.67° on the Fahrenheit scale and 0 R on the Rankine scale. Scientists have achieved temperatures extremely close to absolute zero, where matter exhibits quantum effects such as superconductivity and superfluidity. In these new paintings white forms the arena. The figure I use is akin to a mantra. A repetitive statement or word or sound used in the process of meditation. The human form is a potent image and needs no explanation or definition. The theme is movement and fluidity Though white is indeed a colour, for me it is a neutral pure base on which to freeze the action. Fluidity is as far as I get on a journey to achieve superfluidity (if you like). Nothing fixed, constant motion forcing the eye to continually scan finding no fixed focal point yet guided by an inevitable geometry. The aim is to create pure rhythm and movement in a frozen scene...probably as impossible as achieving absolute zero.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Jonathan HUXLEY - Water Painting, 2017 Water Painting, 2017

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  • Jérôme LAGARRIGUE  (+)

    Biography : Jerome Lagarrigue was born in Paris in 1973. He lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

    Exhibition : 2015
    Jérôme Lagarrigue “Arcane Chamnber” | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami, FL
    “Gensis” for the 2015 BP Portrait Award | National Portrait Gallery, Washington D.C.
    Manifest Justice, curated by Yosi Sargant | Los Angeles, CA
    Optical Identites | Christian Louboutin, Miami, FL
    Visible Man | Driscoll Babcock, New York, NY

    2014 Art Miami | Miami, FL
    December group show | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami, FL
    Visible Man, Driscoll Babcock Galleries | New York, NY
    Jerome Lagarrigue | galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris, France

    2013 Figure – Round 2 | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami
    Art Miami | Miami, FL
    TX Contemporary | Houston, TX
    Figure – Vol. 1 | galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris
    Round Zero | Brooklyn, NY
    Pulse NY | Waltman Ortega Fine Art
    Art Wynwood

    2012
    Closer | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami, FL

    2011
    Closer, galerie Olivier Waltman
    Art Paris, galerie Olivier Waltman
    London Art Fair, galerie Olivier Waltman
    MIA-Miami International Art Fair, Waltman Ortega Fine Art
    Art Elysées, galerie Olivier Waltman
    Scope Miami, galerie Olivier Waltman
    Art London, galerie Olivier Waltman
    London Art Fair, galerie Olivier Waltman
    MIA-Miami International Art Fair, Waltman Ortega Fine Art

    2010
    Art Miami, galerie Olivier Waltman
    Triptyque, contemporary art event, Mairie d'Angers
    Roud Zero, video project commissioned by No Mas NYC et Mohammed Ali Enterprises
    Boxing Urban United - Palais la Bourse / Chamber of Commerce - Marseille
    Art Paris, galerie Olivier Waltman
    Art Elysées, galerie Olivier Waltman



    2009
    Tosca, painting for the opera production at the Metropolitan Opera, New York (commission,
    September 09, director Luc Bondy, scenograph Richard Peduzzi)
    Brooklintimate, galerie Olivier Waltman
    Art Elysées, galerie Olivier Waltman
    Art Miami, galerie Olivier Waltman
    Art London, galerie Olivier Waltman

    2008
    Scope Art Fair Miami, galerie Olivier Waltman
    Art biennale of Rhode Island school of Design, New York
    Art London, galerie Olivier Waltman
    Galerie Olivier Waltma

    Detailed Description : Jérôme Lagarrigue is a funambulist. As Jean-Marc Terrasse tells us, his personal history, artistic choices and worldview contribute to his singular approach and precarious equilibrium. He is the product of two cultures - the European one of his father, and the American of his mother ; one is white, the other is black. He grew up on a tightrope stretched between these two worlds. This permanent state of tension is the backbone of his work; it generates a form of violence in him that is galvanised in his painting. He has a contemporary eye, formatted to the measure of new image technologies. The prism of the photographic lens and the blur of freeze frames are the cornerstones of his approach. This dematerialisation allows him to get as close as possible to people and their flesh: “Closer”, indicates the title of his 2011-2012 exhibition. These paintings present us with over-detailed bodies, as though the aim was to make them lose their own reality and authorize a metaphysics of introspection. Jérôme Lagarrigue’s approach is nonetheless a poetic experience and, through the tests of time and exposure to the gaze of others, the body takes on a new reality beyond time and space, and thus beyond death… as though each work was a corporeal and pictorial aphorism, loaded with an emotional charge.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Jérôme LAGARRIGUE - Eyescape #2 Eyescape #2

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  • Alain LE BOUCHER  (+)

    Biography : Born in 1950 in Paimpol, France. Lives and works in Normandy. Studied literature, influenced by Robert Musil and Marcel Duchamp. Formerly a sculptor, involved in the IT business through machines design. Graduated from the art institute of Aix en Provence (France) in 1976. Managing Director of SMT-GOUPIL in 1978. First exhibition in 1984 at the CNRS / Maison des Sciences de l’Homme (Paris), invited by Fernand Braudel. Over the years, sculptures developed to be monumental in scale.

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions

    2006
    Paris Galerie CODE 3
    Paris Galerie Artitude

    2005
    Paris Galerie CODE 3
    Paris Hôtel Sofitel Sèvres

    1999
    Argentan

    1995
    Amiens (siège d’EDF, région Picardie)

    1991
    Evry, Aire Libre - Art Contemporain

    1988
    Reims, CNAT (Centre National d’Art & Technologie)

    1987
    Paris, Ecole Nationale d’Administration
    Amiens, Maison de la Culture

    1986
    Bourges, Maison de la Culture
    Drancy, Maison de la Culture

    1985
    Annecy, Centre d’action culturelle

    1984
    Paris, Maison des Sciences de l’homme


    Exhibitions

    2016
    Art New York | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami

    2015
    Context Art Miami | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami
    Art Paris | Galerie Olivier Waltman

    2014
    Art Paris | Galerie Olivier Waltman
    Séquences lumières et cinetiques | Galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris
    L’art de l’infini | Galerie Lelia Murdoch
    Galerie Artima, Paris

    2013
    Lights! | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami, FL
    TX Contemporary | Houston, TX
    Lights | Galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris
    Galerie Lelia Mordoch, Paris | Miami
    Art Wynwood, Miami

    2012
    Lumière et Géométrie, Galerie Lélia Mordoch, Paris
    Art Paris, Galerie Lélia Mordoch

    2011
    Galerie Garden, Bruxelles Maison des Comtes de Provence, Brignoles Art Paris, Galerie Lélia Mordoch Galerie Acabas, Paris Biennale de sculpture, Bois Guilbert

    2010
    Galerie Acabas, Paris
    Galerie Roggwiller, Bruxelles

    2009
    Galerie 138, Honfleur

    2008
    Galerie Sparts, Paris

    2007
    Tour des Templiers, Hyères Galerie Ardital, Aix en Provence

    2005
    Galerie Lydia Arroch, Paris Hôtel Sofitel Sèvres, Paris

    2004
    Artist & Life, La Grande Arche, La Défense

    2003
    La maison des Arts, Carcès

    1999
    Théâtre des Chalands, Val de Reuil

    1997
    Hôtel de Ville, Ritterhude, Allemagne

    1996
    Nouvelle Médiathèque, Argentan

    1988
    Les artistes et la lumière, CNAT, Reims Maison de la Culture, Amiens

    1987
    Galerie Roggwiller, Paris

    1986
    Bonlieu, Annecy Hôtel de Ville, Drancy

    1985
    Maison de la Culture, Bourges

    1984
    Maison des Scien

    Detailed Description : Circulating in a network of delicate metallic wires, the counterpoint movement and rhythm of lights in Alain Le Boucher’s sculptures continually transform the viewer’s perception of volume. Skeletal, sculptural, electronic and fanciful, Le Boucher programs and formulates his LED sculptures to move with the mystery and precision of the starry night sky. “The light of the stars draws my particular attention -- an attraction which I’ve had since my earliest childhood. I make the acquaintance of astronomers, who like artists are personages on the margin of society, remaining aloof from the dictates of suffocating consumerism.” Le Boucher graduated from the Art Institute of Aix in Provence in 1976, before briefly working in machine design within the Information Technology field. Influenced by Robert Musil and Marcel Duchamp, it was in 1982 that he created the first of his light sculptures he is now so well known for, the Luchrones. Public art and monumental pieces soon became his preferred form of expression, beginning with a piece he created for the Paris Museum of Modern Art in 1985. Since then, his public works have occupied Bourges, Omans, Reims, and Argeles.

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  • NOART NOART  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • NOART NOART - Vortex Totem, 2017 Vortex Totem, 2017

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  • NOART NOART  (+)

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  • Cesar SANTOS  (+)

    Biography : Cesar Santos’ work has been exhibited around the world—to name a few: the Annigoni Museum and Villa Bardini Museums in Italy, the National Gallery in Costa Rica, the Beijing World Art Museum in China, and many other institutions throughout North and South America, Europe, and Asia. Cuban-born, Miami-based Santos studied at Miami-Dade College, where he earned his Associate in the Arts Degree in 2003. He then attended the New World School of the Arts before traveling to Florence, Italy. In 2006, he graduated from the Angel Academy of Art in Florence where he studied classical art. Santos has received numerous accolades, including first place in a Metropolitan Museum of Art competition, and he was recently presented with the 2013 Miami-Dade College Hall of Fame Award in Visual Arts.

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions
    2011 Paisajes y Retratos | National Gallery, San Jose, Costa Rica
    Syncretism | Eleanor Ettinger Chelsea, New York, NY
    Beyond Realism | Oxenberg Fine Arts, Miami, FL
    2010 New Impressions | Greenhouse Gallery, San Antonio, TX
    2008 Farewell | Cernuda Arte, Coral Gables, FL
    2007 Ballerina | Tower Theater, Miami, FL

    Group Exhibitions
    2015 Art Palm Beach | Palm Beach, FL
    2014 Cosmic Connection | Concept Art Fair, Miami, FL
    Fixation | Zhou B Art Center, Chicago, IL
    Paper Hearts | MDC Museum of Art and Design, Miami, FL
    Art Palm Beach | Palm Beach, FL
    MIA Art Fair | Downtown Miami aboard Seafair, Miami, FL
    2013 Art Wynwood | Miami, FL
    Icognito | Naples Museum of Art, Naples, FL
    LA Fine Art Show | Los Angeles, CA
    2012 World of Art Showcase | Wynn Las Vegas, NV
    Fan Forever | MDC Museum of Art and Design, Miami, FL
    Contemporary American Realism | Beijing World Art Museum, Beijing, China
    American Figurative | Albemarle Gallery, London, England
    Nude | Albemarle Gallery, London, England
    The Figure in American Art: 15th Annual Exhibition | Eleanor Ettinger Gallery, New York, NY
    Art Palm Beach | Palm Beach, FL
    2011 Acopal Members Show | The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio
    International Art Exhibition | Nina Torres Fine Arts, Miami, FL
    Salon International | Greenhouse Gallery, San Antonio, TX
    2010 Champions of Realism | Wendt Gallery, Laguna Beach, CA
    Mas Alla del Realismo | Galeria Arte Libre, Zaragoza, Spain
    Red Dot | Cavalier Galleries, Miami, FL
    Great American Figurative | Waterhouse Gallery, Santa Barbara, NY
    ArtHamptons | Bridgehampton, NY
    Annigoni’s Legacy | Billa Bardini, Florence, Italy
    Arte Américas, The Latin American Art Fair | Miami Beach, FL
    Art & Antique Show | Cavalier Galleries, Palm Beach, FL
    Reviving Realism, Contemporary Masters of the Classical Tradition | Cavalier Galleries, Greenwich, CT
    2009 Abstractomicina | Cremata Gallery, Miami, FL
    Salon International | Greenhouse Gallery of Fine Art, San Antonio, TX
    Arte Américas,

    Detailed Description : “My artistic energy drives me to capture the people around me, embedding firmly in our time. I am fascinated with the way our daily activities establish identity in a specific way; this action is persistent that our individuality fades and we become archetypes. Through my detailed paintings which intermingle areas of charcoal and oil paint, I question the history and standards of portraiture. By isolating my subjects from their environments, I play with the expression of their identity against the loss of their individuality. I seek to establish a relationship between subject and their place in contemporary society. When I do include hints of the subject’s environment, I imply that they are shaped and perhaps defined by their activities and place in society. My ultimate interest is in the unnoticed, yet irreplaceable people in my community.” - Cesar Santos

    Artist's Objects:

    • Cesar SANTOS - Guardian, 2017 Guardian, 2017

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  • Joe SEGAL  (+)

    Biography : Joe Segal was born in New York in 1963. After growing up on Long Island he moved to St Augustine, Florida and attended Flagler College where he studied with sculptor Enzo Torcoletti. Segal graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in visual arts in 1989 and then returned to New York to study bronze casting at The Sculpture Center. Segal is one of the most innovative sculptors working in Florida, creating compelling art that typically combil1es wood, manipulated and processed in some way, with steel or aluminum objects. He has been featured in public exhibitions at the Jacksonville Museum of Contemporary Art ( solo show in 2005, featuring prints and sculpture ), The University of South Florida, The Cummer Museum of Jacksonville, The Atlantic Center for the Arts, and the gallery at Flagler College in St. Augustine. Public collections in which his sculpture can be found include the Bass Museum in Miami, the Lowe Museum in Coral Gables and the Jacksonville Museum of Contemporary Art. In 2000, Segal was a recipient of Fostering Vitality in the Arts grant from the Jacksonville Community Foundation. In 2001 he received an Individual Artist Fellowship from the State of Florida: both of these were related to his sculpture. In 2003 he was awarded another grant from the Jacksonville Community Foundation and in 2004, an Artistic Enhancement Grant from the State of Florida. These last two were in recognition of Segal's experimentation with printmaking.

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions

    2015
    Context Art Miami | Waltman Ortega Fine Art
    96" in the Shade | Waltman Ortega Fine Art

    2014
    Aberration | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami

    2012
    Graphic Nature | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami

    2010
    Wood Sculpture, Florida School of the Arts, Palatka, FL

    2009
    Shifting Range, The Cultural Center of Ponte Vedra Beach, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL
    Counting Lines, Robert Steele Gallery, New York, NY

    2006
    Recent Works, Robert Steele Gallery, New York, NY

    2005
    Transition: Sculptures and Prints, Jacksonville Museum of Contemporary Art, Jacksonville, FL

    2004
    Counting Rings, Nathtan Wilson Center for the Arts F.C.C.J. South Campus, Jacksonville, FL

    2002
    Controlled Burn, Florida Department of State, Capitol Exhibition, Tallahassee, FL

    2001
    Recent Works, Arts on Douglas Gallery, New Smyrna Beach, FL

    1998
    Recent Works, Nancy Moore Fine Arts, New York, NY

    1997
    Koger Seven Series, The Jacksonville Museum of Contemporary Art, Jacksonville, FL
    Recent Works, Florida School of the Arts, Palatka, FL

    1996
    Intersection, Virginia Miller Gallery, Coral Gables, FL

    Group Exhibitions (Selected)

    2015
    Art Miami New York, New York, NY

    2014
    Art Wynwood, Miami, FL

    2013
    Pulse Miami, Miami, FL
    TX Contemporary, Houston, TX
    What is Art? Art is Salvaged, Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens, Jacksonville, FL
    Spring Group Show | Waltman Ortega Fine Art
    Art Wynwood, Miami, FL

    2012
    The Power of Two | Art and History Museums Maitland
    Latest Additions | Waltman Ortega Fine Art
    Art Wynwood | Miami, FL

    2011
    Scope Miami
    Black & White | Waltman Ortega Fine Art
    The January Show | Waltman Ortega Fine Art

    2010
    Art Ventures, Cummer Museum, Jacksonville, FL
    Winter Show, Joe Segal, Michael Kessler and Mary Mitsuda, Paia Contemporary Gallery, Paia, HI

    2008
    Summer 2008, Robert Steele Gallery, New York, NY

    2007
    Elements, Jane Gray Gallery, Jacksonville, FL

    2006
    Sculpture, Robert Steele Gallery, New York, NY
    Prints and Sculpture, Joe Segal and David Shapiro, Ally

    Detailed Description : "My most recent sculptures are a departure because of the way that color is being used. I've always thought of lumber as a processed material that has the energy of nature beneath its surface. I expose areas of beams to show this force but in the past, my surface treatments (burning, scraping, whitewashing) have been used to show the material's passage through time which is an evolution from tree to lumber then to sculpture. In the new work, color is used to emphasize the power of the raw material. I think of my work as observations of time passing and these round pieces are also statements about different concepts of time. There is a notion that time is linear: the past is somewhere behind us while the future is farther ahead. There is also a cyclical concept of time: the sun rises and sets every day, the seasons come every year. In ancient Chinese art life is symbolized by tsung, a notched column and heaven is represented by pi, a disc. Tsung was the inspiration for my vertical sculptures such as those in the “Seam” series. The circular sculptures combine the symbol for life and heaven through a disc that is notched and segmented. In all of my work I try to express a desire for balance and composure especially when dealing with contrasting ideas” - Joe Segal, Aberration, 2014

    Artist's Objects:

    • Joe SEGAL - Axis III, 2017


Axis III, 2017

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Other Represented Artists

  • Tali AMITAI-TABIB  (+)

    Biography : Tali Amitai-Tabib was born in 1953 in Kvutzat Kinneret (Israel). She lives and works in Tel Aviv.

    Exhibition : SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2016 “Trudl”, Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami, FL 2015 Trudl, Galerie Olivier Waltman 2012 The Author’s Space, Tel Aviv Museum of Art 2011 Walls & Spirits | The Author’s Space, Tel Aviv Museum of Art 2010 The Splendour of the Camondos, from Constantinople to Paris (1806-1945), Musée d’Art et d’Histoire du Judaïsme, Paris (Curators: Tami Katz-Freiman) For a complete list of exhibitions, contact Waltman Ortega Fine Art

    Detailed Description : Waltman Ortega Fine Art presents works from “Trudl” a photographic project by Israeli photographer Tali Amitai-Tabib. The project is based on the story of Trudl Böhm-Williams, a young German-Jewish girl who lived during World War I and had to leave her home in Germany after Nazis came to power. She found refuge in Great Britain in 1939. During more than six decades she took photographs of the places where she lived, worked, and spent her vacations. With Trudl, Israeli artist Amitai-Tabib not only deals with personal topics, such as her own story, her family and private life, but she also questions the complex and tight link between memory and fiction. This project, result of five years of research, is presented as a photographic and literary installation.

  • Ronald DUPONT  (+)

    Biography : Ronald Dupont was born in 1961 in Belgium where he lives and works today. Dupont has been exhibiting worldwide for the past 20 years including France, Belgium, Holland, Germany, USA, Lebanon and Dubai. His work features in numerous private, public and corporate collections.

    Exhibition : Selected Exhibitions 2014 Fresh Paint – Waltman Ortega Fine Art Art Wynwood, Miami FL 2013 TX Contemporary art fair, Houston, TX For Real! – Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami, FL 2011 St-Art Strasbourg - Galerie Artima - Paris, France Art Elysées - Galerie Artima - Paris, France London Art Fair, England Galerie Roy Sfeir - Paris, France 2010 London Art Fair, England Stephanie Hoppen Gallery - London, England Art London, England Lint - Gent, Belgium 2009 Absolut Art Gallery - Bruges, Belgium Contrast Gallery - Brussels, Belgium Leonhards Gallery - Antwerpen, Belgium Galerie Roy Sfeir - Paris, France 2008 London Art Fair -, England "Form" Art Fair - London, England Stephanie Hoppen gallery - London, England Galerie du Fleuve - Paris, France 2007 London Art Fair - Stephanie Hoppen Gallery, England Art Miami, Miami, FL, USA "Form" Art Fair London, England Stephanie Hoppen Gallery - London, England 2006 London art fair - Stephanie Hoppen Gallery, London Galerie du Fleuve - Paris, France Contrast Gallery - Brussels, Belgium 2005 Galerie Argo - Knokke, Belgium Stephanie Hoppen Gallery – London, England Expositie De Kliuw - Heeze, Holland 2004 Stephanie Hoppen Gallery - London, England Galerie Argo - Knokke, Belgium 2003 Galerie Argo - Knokke, Belgium Contrast Gallery - Brussels, Belgium Galerie du Fleuve - Galerie Samagra - Paris, France 2002 Art New-York (USA) Aida Cherfan Fine Art – Beirut, Lebanon Galerie Samagra - Paris, France Contrast Gallery – Brussels, Belgium 2001 Art New-York, USA Galerie Argo - Knokke, Belgium Bergelli Gallery - Larkspur, CA, USA 2000 St-art - Strasbourg, France Galerie Samagra - Paris, France Aida Cherfan Fine Art – Beyrouth, Lebanon Samagra gallery, San Diego, CA Art Fair Palm Springs, CA, USA Simaa Beyrouth Lebanon Index Dubaï (UAE) 1999 Galerie Argo - Knokke , Belgium Galerie Samagra - Paris, France 1998 Het Waterschaphuis - Medemblick, Holland Galerie St Vincen

    Detailed Description : Ronald Dupont's large-scale works of New York scenes perfectly capture the bustle and frantic energy of the city that never sleeps. Views of Manhattan, as seen through the eyes of a European artist, the paintings are an outsider's vision in glorious Technicolor. His viewpoint is interesting and unusual, his angles often ones that native-born New Yorkers might ignore. Dupont started using oil paint, then wax, and now works with Venice turpentine, enabling him to capture in his paintings the vibrating reflections of the city. Often misleading our apprehension of perspective, they open the surface of the painting to a dimension up to now invisible. The eye enjoys losing itself in the complexity and the richness of his compositions; the bold colors and sophisticated textures. The neons of the Times Square ripple as the light, often saturated, melts in the façades, never revealing its source. Dupont portrays a town which is often visited too quickly, nevertheless, anybody who had ever visited New-York would recognize its unique atmosphere in these paintings.

  • Marcus EGLI  (+)

    Biography : Marcus Egli considered himself as much a metalworker as he did an artist. He was born in Zurich in 1957 to a family of craftsmen and he studied precision engineering. He spent part of his youth drifting happily and was offered a bursary at Art College to study arts. Before taking up his place at college, he travelled to America, and on his return to Switzerland, he decided to set up his studio. Marcus and his wife Rita bought an aluminum forge and workshop, where Egli began producing his art work since around 1985. Egli lived and worked in a mountain village outside of Neuchâtel, Switzerland. He died there in 2016.

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions 2013 (D)eux | Galerie d’(A), Lausanne, Switzerland Aluminum | Galerie Artima, Paris, France 2012 Uno, nessuno e centomila | Oltre Dimore, Bologne, Italy 2011 Art Elysées | Galerie Artima, Paris, France Marcus Egli | Woolf Gallery, London, England 2010 Aluminum 3.710 | L’Espinoa, Baignes, France Group Exhibinitions 2012 Art en paysage, Rousseau en Pays de Vaude | Centre Culturel d’Assens, art in-situ, Assens, Switzerland 2011 Aux yeux de tous | Visarte Vaud, art in-situ: Parc Mon-Repos, Lausanne, Switzerland Le manque | Galerie Grard, Fenin, Switzerland Art en plein air | sculptures and installations, Môtiers, Switzerland Entrez Libres | Musée d’Art et d’Histoire, organisé par Visarte Neuchatel, Switzerland 2010 Culture en pots | Visarte Neuchatel, Switzerland Marcus Egli et Kurt Bratschi | Gewôlbe Galerie, Bienne, Switzerland AAF New York | Woolf Gallery, USA 2009 Galerie MMB | Avignon, France Jeanne-Odette & Marcus Egli | Galerie Nelly l’Eplattenier, Lausanne, Switzerland Ex-voto | La Neg, Le Noirmont, Switzerland Skulptura 09 | art in-situ, Glarus, Switzerland TIAF Toronto | Woolff Gallery, Canada 2008 Frontiéres-Grenze-Frontiere | Visarte Neuchatel, Switzerland Jetzt Kunst 08 | art in-situ, Schupfen, Switzerland Biennale SAMBA | La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland London Art Fair | Woolff Gallery, Great Britain AAF Amsterdam | Woolff Gallery, Pays-Bas 2007 Art en plein air | sculptures and installations par 60 artistes, Môtiers, Switzerland Public and Private Collections Conseil d’Etat de la République et du Canton de Neuchâtel – CH Caisse Cantonale de Compensation, Neuchâtel – CH Cifom, Ecole technique automobile, Le Locle – CH Musée des beaux-arts, Le Locle – CH Bibliothèque des Jeunes, La Chaux-de-Fonds – CH

    Detailed Description : Marcus Egli was one of Switzerland’s most successful sculptors with his distinctive work in aluminum. Starting with raw aluminum, he heated, hammered, cut, welded and polished each piece by hand, making each figure unique. Egli called his mini sculptures “Hominiums”. These sculpted figures, often generic, can be found in rows, lines, blocks, some are in cages, others scattered loosely, the artworks illustrates Marcus’ fascination with freedom and the issues of humanity. Egli’s faceless, aluminum crowds reflect the modern world, often literally, where people live trapped in the boxes of their homes, the restrictions of their jobs, and the constraints of societal pressures.

  • Toma JANKOWSKI  (+)

    Biography : Jankowski was born in 1977 in Le Creusot, France. Lives and works in Paris. Education 2005 Post-graduation of Applied Arts 2003-2004 Degree in Applied Arts, University of Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne 2000 Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan (Design Department)

    Exhibition : Exhibitions 2014 Winter Show | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami 2013 The Blue Light | Galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris 96º in the Shade | Waltman Ortega Fine Art Théâtre "L’atelier du Plateau", Paris DDessin, Paris 2012 Art Paris Théâtre "L’atelier du Plateau", Paris Art Wynwood, Miami Spontaneous Combustion | Waltman Ortega Fine Art 2011 Scope Miami | Waltman Ortega Fine Art New Voices, Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami, FL The January Show, Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami, FL 2010 Illustrator for Shakespeare's Love Songs, Moon Kang-Hee, Edition Dounam, juin 2010. Galerie Olivier Waltman 2009 Cultural Centre Jean Cocteau, Les Lilas. Solo exhibition Galerie Olivier Waltman Graphic communication for the group WAT (Vincent Courtois) Communication for the festival "Electrolyses" 2008 Scenography for the festival "L'atelier du Plateau fait son cirque" at the Théâtre National de Quartier "L'atelier du Plateau”, Paris Communication for the festival "Electrolyses" 2007 Scenography for "Grimm the full or nearly" | Théâtre National de Quartier "L'atelier du Plateau", Paris CD cover for Vincent Courtois "What do you mean by silence" CD cover for François Merville quartet "O Mago Hermeto" 2006 Scenography for the project "II" with Carine Tedesco (photography) at the Théâtre National de Quartier "L'atelier du Plateau, Paris 2005 Scenography for "Grimm integral or nearly" at the Théâtre National de Quartier "L'atelier du Plateau, Paris 2004 - 2003 Collective participation in the "ZAM", show in residence at Triton (design and performance) 2002 Painting-performance in the show "The oscilloperturbographe" directed by Claudia Beaufreton Participation in the festival "Digital path" Reims

    Detailed Description : “I tend to work in some sort of guided improvisation. I usually start with an idea of composition, or a “plastic event” or even a mere pretext and I try to build something coherent and heterogeneous. The way I paint is very much influenced by the jazzmen I had the chance to work with. They taught me that improvised creation is not a total abandon but rather a constant tension between a stable structure and the possibility of an instant, unexpected. I look for a road between the rule and the immediate sensation. I dream of painting without constraint. Therefore I place barriers around which I may gravitate.” Toma Jankowski, Paris, January 2011 “I usually start a painting with a very simple element: a color, a figurative element, a word, a mood… and then I try to let the painting "grow" more freely. In a sense, I try to paint the way a jazzman improvises. I also try to put heterogenic elements to avoid simple figuration and to keep the painting in a plastic state. I want to let the elements exist on their own. I don't like them to be dissolved into the whole "image". I also like simple materials and I want to make painting appear like a balance between painting, drawing, and a poster… I am afraid not to be a good critic for my paintings… I just hope that people who look at my work enjoy the journey and build their own "stories". For me, a painting is not a concept; it’s a material fact, so the persons, who look at my work, can bring their feelings, their past. I understand that this way of describing my work is not so helpful, but I still wonder what exactly a painting is after all the wonderful artists of the past! Maybe this confusion is the reason of the deconstruction I use in my paintings …” Toma Jankowski Paris, France, 2012

  • Ayline OLUKMAN  (+)

    Biography : Ayline Olukman is an artist and writer who was born in Strasbourg, France and currently resides in New York. Since 2006, Ayline has found her inspiration in travel. She’s lived in various locations throughout her life and now spends half the year living in NYC and the other half travelling abroad. Her travels have taken her many places around the world; such as, Japan, China, Argentina, Canada, Thailand, Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Costa Rica, Iceland, Egypt, and many more. This permanent call to elsewhere pushes her to live with fervor, fueling her artistic energy. Ayline Olukman’s work has been exhibited and collected worldwide, including features in various art fairs, from the United States to China. She is also a published artist and author - in 2012 she published her first book of photography, Small Eternity. In October 2015 Olukman joined the writing staff at French magazine NOVO.

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions 2014 “Where the Summer Goes”, Galerie Artima | Paris, France 2013 Jos Joos Galery | Brussels, Belgium Solo project room, Istanbul Biennal, Alan Istanbul Gallery | Istanbul, Turkey Galleri Backlund | Goteborg, Sweden 2012 Midcentury Oasis, Galerie Artima | Paris, France Crossroads, Galerie Bertrand Gillig |Strasbourg, France The Suspended Moment, Alan Istanbul Gallery | Istanbul, Turkey 2011 Galerie des Remparts | Bordeaux, France Galleri backlung | Göteborg, Sweden 2010 Behind Cities, Galerie ARTIMA | Paris, France Where The Summer Goes, la boutique | Strasbourg, France Galerie Bertrand Gillig | Strasbourg, France 2009 Elysian Fields, Galerie Artima | Paris, France 2008 September: galerie Wolm’art | Strasbourg, France Galerie Bertrand Gillig | Strasbourg, France 2007 Galerie Artima | Paris, France Group Exhibitions 2014 Summer Collective Part I, Bertrand Delacroix Gallery | NY 2013 Summer Collective Part II, Bertrand Delacroix Gallery | NY AAF Stockholm, Backlund Gallery | Stockholm, Sweden AAF Singapour, Aperture Foundation Gallery 2013 Star’t- Bertrand Gillig Gallery | Strasbourg, France Contemporary Istanbul, Alan Istanbul Gallery | Istanbul, Turkey 2012 Contemporary Istanbul, Alan Istanbul Gallery | Istanbul, Turkey St’art, Galerie Bertrand Gillig | Strasbourg, France Lille Art fair, Galerie des Remparts | France 2011 Contemporary Istanbul, Alan Istanbul Gallery | Istanbul, Turkey St’art, Galerie Bertrand Gillig | Strasbourg, France Art BeaT Istanbul, Alan Istanbul gallery | Istanbul, Turkey PopArt extended, Alan Istanbul gallery | Istanbul, Turkey Scope Art fair, Galerie Bertrand Gillig | Strasbourg, France Photo édition 1, Galerie Bertand Gillig | Strasbourg, France 2010 Art Elysée, Galerie Artima | Paris, France Urban Painting, Galerie des Remparts | Bordeaux, France Art Metz | Metz, France 2009 AAF Paris, Galerie Artima | Paris, France 2008 AAF London, Galerie envie d’art | London, England Mac 2

    Detailed Description : The notion of time and movement is ever-present in Ayline Olukman’s mixed-media work. Influenced by cinematography (David Lynch being one of her favorite filmmakers), she captures moments as if they were taken from a film reel. Her works balance between fiction and autobiography. Her beautiful and timeless images are created through an elaborate technique where photography, painting, and screen-printing generate eminently poetic compositions; sometimes bordering on unreal. Her artistic processes consist of multiple steps. She starts by printing her photographs in segments on standard paper, in a manner that appears aged and worn. She then pieces the segments together using a technique similar to wallpapering, adding a “second skin” to the canvas. In true post-modern fashion, she then adds multiple layers of paint and varnish, altering the appearance and nature of her media, and, ultimately, resulting in a glossy photographic feeling where painting and photography morph into one another.

  • Aleix PLADEMUNT  (+)

    Biography : orn in Gerona in 1980. Lives and works in Barcelona.

    Exhibition : PUBLIC COLLECTIONS Collection Société Générale, Paris Arte y Naturaleza, Madrid Injuve, Madrid Caixa Terrassa, Barcelona Collection Angel Suarez (Bourse Angel de Fotografia), Barcelona UCA, Université de Cadix EXHIBITIONS AND AWARDS (SELECTION) 2012 Art Wynwood | Waltman Ortega Fine Art 2011 Dubailand and Other Circumstances | galerie Olivier Waltman Scope Miami | Waltman Ortega Fine Art Art London | galerie Olivier Waltman The Summer Show | Waltman Ortega Fine Art Art Chicago, Waltman Ortega Fine Art London Art Fair, Galerie Olivier Waltman Art Palm Beach, W. Palm Beach, FL MIA fair, Miami Beach | Waltman Ortega Fine Art 2010 Art Miami, Waltman Ortega Fine Art Pulse Miami, galeria Valle Orti Triptyque, Mairie d'Angers Lauréat Prix Purification Garcia pour la photographie 2010 Caja Madrid, Barcelone Fotopres 09, Caixa Forum, Madrid London Art Fair, galerie Olivier Waltman Naturae. Fondation Benetton, Trevise Italie Art London, Galerie Waltman Champion´s Gallery. Austin, Texas. USA. Art Paris, Gallerie Olivier Waltman. Paris 2009 Nada series, galerie Olivier Waltman Propuestas09 grant (Small Dreams project, USA) Todo project, Rome International Festival Volta Basel, galeria Valle Orti Art Paris (solo), galerie Olivier Waltman London Art Fair, galerie Olivier Waltman Exposition Talent Latent, El Prat de Llobregat Exposition Talent Latent, Gerone 2008 Scope Art Fair Miami, galerie Olivier Waltman Espectadores series, galerie Olivier Waltman 2nd Caixa Terrassa Photography Award Arco, Madrid, galeria Valle Orti London Art Fair (solo), galerie Olivier Waltman 2007 Art London, galerie Olivier Waltman Groups show, galerie Olivier Waltman Una habitació propia, Son Space gallery, Palafrugell Art DC, Washington, galerie Olivier Waltman Forosur´07, galeria Valle Ortí Arco, Madrid, galeria Valle Ortí Group show, León university Art Miami, galerie Olivier Waltman 2006 Solo show, Collegium of Catalans Architects, Barcelona Group s

    Detailed Description : The Nada project is a reflection on the use of words and the invasion of advertising currently taking place in our contemporary societies. We are surrounded by words. Words are present in our everyday lives. Messages on advertising billboards, walls, façades, windows, shopping bags, cars, buses, underground, lorries, floors, roads, plots of land, television, newspapers… this constant onslaught of messages brings us to a saturation point where words tend to loose their meanings. These sugary delicacies seem to penetrate the very fabric of the canvas, which is “tinted sky blue, iced pink, and layered with gold.” The porous canvas no longer gives off whiffs of turpentine oil but rather the scents of sweets and sours, like a Baudelairean reminder of the past set off by these little treats whose “intoxicating memory flutters about, dear poison prepared by the angels.” This generalized nothing is recurrent, from Barcelona to Beijing and from Mexico City to Cairo. And the conclusion seems to be that, while the forms may vary, the tangible reality remains the same. Needs have become globalized and stereotyped, despite the sometimes abysmal differences of the settings. The project was an immersion in the emptiness of words. I aimed to clearly and nakedly illustrate the conceptual emptiness in which I move. The nada appears repeatedly, not only expressing emptiness and non-existence but also filling our visual environment with its presence. Hence, the nada opens the door to reflection; from silence, it becomes a scream towards questioning. What is the reaction to the awareness of the nada? And this meaning, while, in principle, empty, aims to prompt a reconsideration of our coexistence with words.

  • Magi PUIG  (+)

    Biography : Magí Puig was born in the Catalonian village of Palou, Lleida in 1966. Completing his artistic training at the Sant-Jordi University of Fine Arts in 1989, he later pursued advanced studies at the Winchester School of Art in the UK. He currently lives and works in Tàrrega, Spain.

    Exhibition : SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2016 Sala Parés, Barcelona 2015 Galerie de l'Ancien Courrier, Montpellier Galerie Catherine et Frédéric Portal, Saint Jean de Luz 2014 Ariel Sibony Gallery, Paris L'Urgell - Tarrega Museum, Tarrega Sala Parés, Barcelona 2013 Ariel Sibony Gallery, Paris 2012 Ariel Sibony Gallery, Paris Galerie de l'Ancien Courrier, Montpellier Bel-Air Fine Art, Geneva Sala Parés, Barcelona 2011 Ariel Sibony Gallery, Paris 2010 Ariel Sibony Gallery, Paris Sala Parés, Barcelona 2009 Ariel Sibony Gallery, Paris Mark Hachem Gallery, New York 2008 Sala Parés, Barcelona Ariel Sibony Gallery, Paris 2007 Ariel Sibony Gallery, Paris 2006 Ariel Sibony Gallery, Paris Sala Parés, Barcelona 2005-06 Galerie de l'Ancien Courrier, Montpellier 2005 Ariel Sibony Gallery, Paris Stricoff Fine Art, New York 2004-05 Eduard Camps Museum, Guissona 2004 Ariel Sibony Gallery, Paris 2003 Galerie de l'Ancien Courrier, Montpellier Ariel Sibony Gallery, Paris Sala Parés, Barcelona 2002 Sibman Gallery, Paris 2001 Sibman Gallery, Paris Galerie de l'Ancien Courrier, Montpellier 2000 Sibman Gallery, Paris Galerie de l'Ancien Courrier, Montpellier 1999 Galerie de l'Ancien Courrier, Montpellier Sibman Gallery, Paris Vint-i-dos Gallery, Igualada 1998 Artnau Gallery, Girona Manel Mayoral Gallery, Barcelona Palace Lacoste, Pézenas 1997 Galerie de l'Ancien Courrier, Montpellier 1996 Alfama Gallery, Madrid Galerie de l'Ancien Courrier, Montpellier 1995 Galerie de l'Ancien Courrier, Montpellier Vint-i-dos Gallery, Igualada 1994 Manel Mayoral Gallery Alfama Gallery, Madrid Galerie de l'Ancien Courrier, Montpellier Art i Traça Gallery, Olot 1993 Can Norat Gallery, Girona Vint-i-dos Gallery, Igualada 1992 Alfama Gallery, Madrid Altarriba Art Gallery, Sitges Art i Traça Gallery,Olot 1991 Can Norat Gallery, Girona Centre d'Art Contemporain Altar

    Detailed Description : From a young age, Puig has been passionate about drawing. Fueled by an urgent necessity to channel and interpret the world around him, painting eventually provided the ideal outlet for his creative impulses. Recurring themes in the work of Puig include scenes of daily life within a local and international context. The study of the human figure and the interplay of light also form important considerations, evidenced in the plein-air scenes of beaches, markets, and those depicting the intimacy of familial life. The painter defines himself as an alchemist that distills the essence of a complex reality in order to offer his own essence: a perfume that goes beyond the mere appearance of color and searches for the soul of objects.

  • Christian RENONCIAT  (+)

    Biography : Christian Renonciat was born in 1947 in Paris. He lives and works in Issy-les-Moulineaux. In 1969 he studied at an art studio in Antibes and set up his own studio at Valbonne in 1975.

    Exhibition : EXPOSITIONS 2016 Art Miami, Waltman Ortega Fine Art Noir, galerie Olivier Waltman Art Paris, galerie Olivier Waltman 2015 Art Paris, galerie Olivier Waltman 2014 Art Miami | Miami, FL Renonciat, Bard, Lagarrigue, Enrique, Segal | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami, FL 2013 "Au fil du bois", Centre d'Art Contemporain Matmut, Saint-Pierre-de-Varengeville,France. "Au fil du bois", Invité d'honneur d'Art Élysées "Froissés composés", galerie Duchoze, à Rouen 2011 Show à Art Élyséees, Paris, avec la galerie Alain Blondel "Froissés composés", Mazel galerie à Bruxelles "Composed creases", Gremillion & fine arts, Houston 2009 "Creased", Gremillion & fine arts, Houston, Texas 2008 "Wood sculptures", Galerie Piretti, Knokke, Belgique "Pièces écrites", Galerie Blondel, Paris "The way of wood", SHINA, Tokyo, Japon 2007 "Twins", ISLAND6, Shanghaï "The way of wood", Gremillon & C°, Houston, Texas 2006 "Fleur de peau", Hong Merchant of Shanghai "Le parti pris de la matière des choses", Epernay Château Saint-Jean, Nogent-le-Rotrou "d'une matière l'autre", ARTRIUM de Genève, siège d'UPS 2005 "Fleur de peau", galerie Blondel, Paris 2004 "Douceurs", galerie Piretti, Knokke, Belgique 2002 Exposition à la FIAD de Beyrouth "Juxtapositions", musée d'Art moderne de Dubrovnik, Croatie Exposition rétrospective à l'Hôtel de Ville d'Issy-les-Moulineaux Le toucher des choses”, Galerie Alain Blondel, Paris, exposition avec Edelman Exposition à Beyrouth du projet “PHENIX, cheval de proue”, projet de monument pour la rade du Saint-Georges Galerie Piretti, Art Classic, Courtrai, Belgique Toucher du bois, Maison des Arts d'Antony Exposition à Lineart, Gand, Belgique. Exposition à la Galerie Piretti, Knokke-le-zout, Belgique Hooks-Epstein Galerie, Houston, Texas, USA 2000 Exposition Epstein Gallery, Houston USA, avec Edelman Exposition à Houston, Hooks-Epstein Galleries, avec le peintre Edelman 1999 Exposition rétrospective à Genève, "

    Detailed Description : Sculptor Christian Renonciat differentiates himself through his approach: what he tries to find is not so much the realism of the forms, but that of the matter. The folded or draped fabric; the paper - folded, crumpled, or unfolded; the torn cardboard, as well as the wool or the plastic, all are carried out with the extreme precision, so are the window dressing made out of wood of poplar, lime or ayous. When he creates his monumental sculptures, he uses not only wood but also bronze, steel or aluminum. One step at a time as he works on his sculptures, he sort of forgets about its shape and focuses not only on its texture, but also seeks for abstract qualities in it. Christian Renonciat exhibited his works at various cultural institutions worldwide such as Center of Contemporary Art of Matmut, the Museum of Modern Art of Dubrovnik and the Museum of Fine Art of Reims, just to name a few. He created several important commissions for international companies, of which the most well known one was a collaboration with the Hermès company. He made a public monument for the city Issy-les-Moulineaux (France) and La Rochelle on the southwest of France. He exhibites his works at FIAC, FIAD and Art Elysée, where he was the guest of honor.

  • Francois RONSIAUX  (+)

    Biography : Born in France in 1974. Lives and works in Paris

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions: 2013 Galerie Plateforme - Paris - solo exhibition Jacob's Mirage Park 2012 United Land, solo exhibition, Galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris 2002 Transcendent Reality, Museum of Photography, Krakow, Poland Group Exhibitions: 2016 Fotocontempo | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami, FL Le Cube - Issy Les Moulineaux : Exposition collective System Failure - Projet United Land - fév/juil 2015 Plateforme gallery Paris : Exposition collective Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum - Projet Posture - nov Espace Jean Roger Caussimon - Tremblay : Exposition United Land et table ronde - nov Paris 20 - Nuit Blanche 2015 : Installation lumineuse Paris Underwater - oct Nunc Contemporary Gallery - Anvers - Belgium : Exposition personelle United Land - avril/mai Hotel St Régis Moscow Nikolskaya - exposition United Land dans le cadre de la conférence Cop 21 - mars Galerie Olivier Waltman - Paris 06 - Exposition Open Space - projet United Land et 28eme Parallèle - jan/fév 2014 Galerie Claude Samuel Paris - Mois de la photographie à Paris - projet Waterline avec Vincent Debanne - nov Galerie Plateforme Paris - Mois de la photographie à Paris - projet 28eme Parallèle - nov Galerie Plateforme Paris - projet Black Flag Meteorite - juin Waltman Ortega gallery - Miami - exposition collective Mutations : projet United Land - fev/mars 2013 Photography | a group exhibition | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami, FL Cutlog New York art fair | Galerie Olivier Waltman On-Gallery - Pekin – group exhibition, Norevover / Croisements festival / Ambassade de France en Chine Norev Over, galerie Dock Sud, Sète Galerie Sanatorium - Istanbul – Hyphologie, group exhibition 2012 Plateforme - Paris - group exhibition, Norevover / Mois off de la photographie à Paris: 28ème Parallèle NoFound photo fair - Galerie Olivier Waltman - Garage Turenne, Paris: United Land Conférence / Uprade projet United Land - Maison populaire de Montreuil United Land - Salon 1.618 – COAL Project - Cité de la

    Detailed Description : “United Land” is a submarine vision of a series of cities and landscapes from around the world. The images depict a man made water-rise that engulfs the planet and its landmarks. The series explores the possible disappearance of a human's vital space - Earth. The project aims to conceptually capture the idea of temporary existence as well as the end of the world. The photography technique used gives the impression that the shot is void of inhabitants. The water shots come from the artist’s database of images from French Polynesia during a scuba diving expedition in 2009. The two shots are layered and the final image is created through post-production techniques. The artist uses this series to convey the fragility of our physical and psychological spaces as we know them to exist. United Land represents an instant of time where activity and movement are halted and human existence is compromised. He uses waster as a symbol of man’s loss of control.

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