Pop Up Gallery - Deauville
May 22 - July 15, 2021
Whether you are a film buff or a seafood lover, Deauville has something to offer everyone who steps foot on its famous beaches. Envie d'Art will soon open a pop up gallery on the seafront, 200 metres opposite the Casino, where you will find the gallery's key figures: Cécile Plaisance, Edouard Buzon, Silvia Calmejane, Jeff Robb, Antoine Gaussin and many others, in a summery context, to the sound of the Atlantic waves.
Place Claude Lelouch, 14800 Deauville
Open every weekend and during school holidays.
April 8 - May 30, 2021
Spring is the season that brings out the diversity of nature, from the gushing of streams to the melodies of birds. The plant world comes back to life after months of immobility and this gives artists the opportunity to praise its beauty. We have gathered the works of four artists who, in all seasons, are inspired by the vegetation that surrounds them. Discover the latest photographic still lifes by Charlotte Fröling, Peter Hoffer's tree portraits, Peter Keizer's raised flowers and Patricia Erbelding's more ethereal ones.
The gallery is unfortunately closed to the public, but we will ensure deliveries as usual, offer the possibility of Click & Collect, and if you wish to see the exhibition in video or for any other information, do not hesitate to contact us: email@example.com (06 80 07 41 89).
05 - March 31, 2021
Spring is approaching, the days are getting longer and our hearts are in joy. To celebrate the bursts of soul that accompany the arrival of beautiful days, we are delighted to exhibit for the first time in a long time the superb embroideries of the British artist Karen Nicol, who in her new series celebrates the diversity of the world's cities and continents. We will also be exhibiting Silvia Calmejane's latest creations, which as always carry messages of hope, as well as those of Edouard Buzon, abstractions in full colour.
Due to the latest measures, the gallery is unfortunately closed to the public until further notice, and we will be very happy to meet you there as soon as possible. We will ensure deliveries as usual, offer the Click & Collect, and if you wish to see the exhibition by videoconference or for any other information, do not hesitate to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org (06 80 07 41 89).
08 - February 14, 2021
All you need is love. This year, say it with flowers... or with art. While we wait for the buds to blossom and the birds to start singing spring, we celebrate everything that makes our hearts beat on Valentine's Day. Passionate kisses in Paris, Vaporetto rides in Venice, and flower bouquets as far as the eye can see; if it is difficult to say it in words, here are some works that will help you declare your love.Learn more about the exhibition
February 5 - March 3, 2021
February is traditionally the winter month dedicated to snow. If this year we won't be able to enjoy winter sports as usual, we wanted to pay tribute to the beauty of this immaculate colour, so we have brought together in the gallery the works of our artists who celebrate white, on a wide variety of mediums. You will thus discover the refined works in paper cut-outs by our new artist Muriel Kerba, but also Elise Oudin-Gilles' latest paintings, Raku-yaki ceramics by Bennie, Patrick Smith's photographs of winter resorts and Michelle Y Williams' canvases.
More information: email@example.com (+33 6 80 07 41 89)
January 8 - February 5, 2021
After the holiday celebrations in December, our exhibition dedicated to minimalism and purity will bring us the long-awaited touch of moderation and serenity. The subtle balance of Antoine Gaussin's beaches mixed with the softness of Vinça Monadé's pastels will be perfectly combined with the astonishing still life precision of our newest photographer, Thierry Genay. Harmony and softness will be the key words of this first exhibition of the year and we look forward to seeing you at our gallery located at 24, rue Treilhard until February 5th.
More information: firstname.lastname@example.org (+33 6 80 07 41 89)Learn more about the exhibition