Exhibitions - Amelie, Maison d'art


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Anima Mundi

From July 21 to 30

We are delighted to present the recent works of Virginie Hucher during an open house this Saturday, July 23 at 18 rue Séguier, 75006 Paris.


International Design Parade Festival

Virginie Hucher at the Noailles villa

Discover the work of Virginie Hucher during the International Design Parade in Hyères, in the Villa NoaillesThe Design Parade is organised by Lauranne Elise Schmitt and the artists' works rhyme with the Mediterranean. The honorary president for the 2022 edition is interior architect Rodolphe Parente and the president of the jury is Dutch designer Ineke Hans.   

Photos : Lauranne Elise Schmitt  

Upcoming exhibitions

Les trames du possible - september 2022

Juliette Lemontey & Guido de Zan - October 2022

Nick Mcphail - October 2022

Victor Cadene - December 2022

Nicolas Lefebvre - December 2022

Photo Saint Germain - November 2022

Past exhibitions


Pola Carmen & Pilar Angeloglou artworks

From 19 to May 29th

Living Lines

The works of Pola Carmen and Pilar Angeloglou are guided by the line.

It runs and traces its way on the coated canvases of Pola Carmen and draws the outline of the architectures of Pilar Angeloglou. In both cases, imperfect and moving, the line vibrates and agitates: it is alive.

Pola Carmen's paintings are first of all a work on the background. This background is coated, like a facade, with a very matte and deep material, left raw on the edges.

Then comes the line. An almost infinite line, whose trace is lost. These paths, Pola Carmen comes to draw them with the fatty pastel or the stick of oil. This long path constitutes like a floating frame in which openings are created which, like breaths, give rhythm to the visitor's look.

Like a game, Pilar Angeloglou builds spaces. Imaginary planes intertwine to circumvent and catch the light. Sometimes, a curve or a round opening comes to surprise and offer a new perspective. The sculpture constitutes a real space, dynamic and favourable to the wandering of the glance.

Amélie du Chalard