The gallery at 24, rue Treilhard (Paris 8) will close from December 25 to January 1 included. It will reopen its doors on January 2nd at 11 am. Happy holidays to all!
Christmas Sale - Last days
We think that gifting a work of art is a wonderful way to show that you know someone. We have therefore prepared a selection of Christmas gift ideas for you, works that will please all types of personalities. Discover the selection now, on display at the gallery until December 24th!
See the works here
For the first time, we are adopting the Black Friday trend at Envie d'Art and exceptionally all the works are at -15%, until Saturday, November 30. Don't miss this opportunity for your Christmas gifts!
How to benefit from it? Visit us at the gallery, call +33 1 53 30 00 10 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Need inspiration? Check out our Christmas selection, on display in the gallery at the moment.
Artist focus: Silvia Calmejane
Women dancing freely in the wilderness, urban jungles full of positive messages: these are the two main inspirations of Silvia Calmejane, an outstanding artist, who fascinated us from the moment we met eight years ago. Today, we brush a portrait of this joyful painter, in an interview that outlines Silvia's journey, from her former advertising career to the international success she experiences today.
Silvia describes herself as a great observer, everything around her is important in her creative process. Since childhood, she has been painting faces and wondering what a face can hide behind the mask. The artist does not really have an established process - a piece of poster, depending on its shape and colour, can trigger the dynamic. She has abandoned canvas in favour of wood, which corresponds better to her and on which collage and colour emerge more instinctively. Plexiglass allowed her to use mirror writing and to paint with her left hand, with a more liberated stroke. She also likes to mix tools: paint, greasy pastels, felts, paper. When she creates, it is in the urgency to reproduce as best as possible the image she has in mind, before it escapes.
Through her work she wishes to spread messages of tolerance and peace: "On my own humble level, I would like to convey the vision of a free world, in which people are united, at peace with each other and with the planet. Reveal the beauty of nature that nourishes us on all levels. To awaken our individual responsibility to participate in a collective consciousness. Share positive messages to simply spread good."
See all her works
Exhibition: Beyond Reality
After their resounding success at the Art Elysées fair, we are exhibiting the works of our artists who like to play with our perception of reality. Holograms, optical illusions, kaleidoscopes... Don't miss visiting the gallery and escaping your daily routine, until November 16.
Artist focus: Jeff Robb
Master in the art of three-dimensional holography, British artist Jeff Robb totally seduced us with his technique and the aestheticism of his female nudes. Leaving no one insensitive, they have also seduced great museums such as the Victoria & Albert Museum in London or the Getty Museum in Los Angeles. For the past thirty years, Robb has been experimenting with lenticular technology and has started working on projects combining sound and kinetic installations on a large scale.
Jeff Robb is continually inspired by the nude female form: the countless permutations of bodies and their composition, facial expressions and light, are both a technical challenge and a fascinating problem to solve. He is also inspired by the medium with which he works: lenticular photography. It is a complicated and expensive process, but it is a process that captures the subjects in a strange and wonderful mixture of photography and sculpture. How does it work? It is a process that consists in taking many different photographs of the subject, from different angles. Then, they are digitally processed with a technique called interlacing, printed out and laminated.
For Jeff Robb, it is a matter of putting us in a state between perception and reality: "I believe it is important that our minds experience this period of suspension, especially when we in the Western world generally live in a spiritual void. We need magical inspiration in our lives and I would like to share this feeling in my work."
See all his works
Art Elysées Art Fair 2019
We will be delighted to meet you from 17 to 20 October with our sister gallery, K+Y, at the booth 148A of the Art Elysées fair, a stone's throw away from the Grand Palais. We will present amongst others the new works of Didier Fournet, Florent Touchot, Reinhard Görner... but above all, you will have the opportunity to discover our brand new artist Jeff Robb. For the complete program, click here.
New artist: Jeff Robb
It is with great pride that we welcome Jeff Robb and his hypnotic photography in the Envie d'Art artist family. The British artist's lenticular pictures - which have been shown at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London or the Getty in LA - defy the laws of physics as well as they celebrate the aesthetics of the female nude, and the possibilities of the human body.
AAF New York
The Envie d'Art team will fly to New York next week to present the latest works by Cécile Plaisance, Reinhard Görner, Silvia Calmejane, Michelle Y Williams, Park Byung-Hoon, Vinça Monadé, Peter Hoffer and Eva Ullrich! Meet us at the Metropolitan Pavilion at the Affordable Art Fair, from September 26 to 29. For more information, click here.
Artist focus: Nicolas Dubreuille
It was at an art market 5 years ago that we fell in love with Nicolas Dubreuille's works. Since then, we have accompanied him in his work, witnessing a constant evolution in his style. Coming from the world of graphic design, the artist lives in the South-West of France and multiplies mediums - combining drawing, sculpture, photography and painting - allowing him to explore form and colour more freely. After two catalogues and numerous orders, we are pleased to introduce you to this popular artist.
Nicolas Dubreuille draws his inspiration from modernist and abstract art everywhere: sculptors Eduardo Chillida and Philippe Hiquily, or painters such as Kandinsky or Paul Jenkins (in particular his work on transparency and the contrast he manages to obtain with colours). The artist started working with geometric shapes and then evolved towards transparency and gradually his work became more complex in the superposition of colours. "For my sculptures, I use a kind of alphabet of shapes, and I try to find a balance between all the pieces. A link between painting and sculpture is, in my opinion, the art of finding the right balance."
Nicolas likes to focus on details that allow him to let his imagination run wild and for him, movement is an escape from reality: "That's what I'm trying to share."
See all his works
Opening on September 12th: Line & Colour
The summer holidays are over and we are craving for art that transcends form, appeals to our emotions and allows us to forget for a moment the reality of the visible world. Therefore, for the first time, we are organizing an exhibition exclusively dedicated to abstract art.
Come celebrate the geometry and polychromy of the works of three of our artists, whom you will have the opportunity to meet at the opening on Thursday, September 12.
Register for the opening: email@example.com
The gallery will close its doors from Thursday August 1st to Sunday September 1st included.
We wish you an excellent holiday and look forward to seeing you back in September.
Save the date : Exhibition "The line and the colour", opening on September 12th 2019.
Seattle Art Fair
We are pleased to announce our first participation in Seattle Art Fair from August 1st to 4th 2019. Featured artists : Cécile Plaisance, Nicolas Dubreuille, Michelle Y Williams, Reinhard Gorner and Eva Ullrich.
For more information, click here.
Cécile Plaisance's solo show
Discovered by our gallery 7 years ago, Cécile Plaisance is a feminist photographer who places women at the heart of her artistic work. Thanks to a particular work of images using a lenticular print, our artist stages the famous Barbie and then models while having fun with their feminity and maintains her provocative and free side. Cécile Plaisance continues her international career and has enjoyed immense success in France and abroad.
See all the artworks here
New artist: Eva Ullrich
Eva Ullrich is a young british artist whose work leans towards abstraction. She won our hearts with her impeccable technique and her special work on light. Our new artist draws her inspiration from nature and the landscapes encountered during her various travels, to highlight them in her paintings.
New artist: Marcel Ceuppens
We are very happy to welcome Marcel Ceuppens to our gallery today! As a former advertiser and passionate about mid-century design, he creates abstract and minimalist pigment prints reminiscent of the 1950s and Calder's mobiles.
More information, here
San Francisco, we are coming!
We are delighted to participate for the first time in Art Market San Francisco. We will welcome you there from April 25 to 28.
More information on the artfair, here
Nicolas Dubreuille's new catalog
Nicolas Dubreuille's new catalogue is out! You will discover througout the artitst's sculptures, paintings and body paintings.
Click here to discover it
Envie d'Art around the world
Note to all globe-trotters: we will participate in three consecutive art fairs! You can meet us this week at AAF London Battersea until March 10, at AAF Brussels from March 15 to 17 and finally at AAF New York from March 28 to 31.
You will discover all the new works of our artists.
Don't forget to follow the backstage of the art fairs on our instagram.
More information on art fairs, here
Silvia Calmejane's exhibtion at the Gajac Museum
We are pleased to announce Silvia Calmejane's solo show "Flower Power" at the Gajac Museum in Villeneuve-sur-Lot. Twenty paintings and sculptures are exhibited from February 15 to April 14, 2019. It is also an opportunity for Silvia Calmejane to publish her first catalogue, which will soon be available at the gallery.
More information, here
Discover her artworks, here
Cécile Plaisance at the museum!
After charming many international collectors from Europe, Asia, the Orient and America, Cécile Plaisance conquered Russia ! Sixty artworks will be exhibited at the Erarta Museum in Saint Petersburg from February 1st to June 2nd, 2019. We are proud to have initiated this prestigious project and to support our artist in her spectacular rise.
More information, here
Discorver her artwork, here
Hanna Sidorowicz's exhibition at Levallois's City Hall
Don't miss Hanna Sidorowicz's exhibition Fugitives at Levallois Perret's Town Hall. One hundred works will be exhibited from January 26 to February 10, 2019.
Tony Soulié is back
We are thrilled to begin the year with the amazing Tony Soulié and his "Flowers"! Opening Wednesday 16 at our Paris gallery.
Click here to discover the exhibition
Happy New Year!
And go for HAPPINESS in 2019!
We look forward to meeting you at our many events:
January 7th : Reopening of the gallery
January 16th : Opening of the exhibition "Color Power"
March, 7th to 10th : AAF London Battersea
March, 14th to 19th : AAF Brussels
March, 28th to 31st : AAF New York