RHYTHMS : ARTS & DESIGN
from March 23rd to May 14th
Group show about the relationship between decorative arts and design, as part of the official “Maison & Objet in the city” program.
Paintings, sculptures, ceramics, designers furniture and textiles.
AT THE GALLERY
January – February 2022 – Women Artists
An exhibition dedicated to women artists. Of French, British, German, Sudanese, Romanian or Lebanese origin, it is through their cultural diversity that these artists draw their strength and deploy all their convictions. If their cultures are multiple, part of their inspirations are common; femininity and the condition of women are at the center of their artistic reflections.
March, April 2022 – Rhythms, Art & Design
Exhibition on the relationship between decorative arts and design, as part of the official “Maison&Objet in the City” tour
Paintings, sculptures, ceramics, designer furniture and textiles
May, June, July 2022 – Breathing Inspiration – group exhibition inspired by nature. Both a symbol of life and an expression of the relationship between people and their environment, the connection between the inspiration of the ten artists presented and the world around us. This exhibition will cover the Paris Gallery Weekend events and the Carré Rive Gauche summer party.
September and October 2022 – L’Atelier 1831
Dialogue between art and design with an immersion in the studios of the artists presented: painters, ceramists, sculptors, photographers…
During Paris Design Week, this will also be the theme of our stand at Moderne Art Fair from October 20 to 24
November 2022 – The Month of Photography in Paris
Collective exhibition dedicated to photography as part of the official PhotoDays tour
December 2022 – Bodies and sexualities
A committed exhibition, to which all the artists of the gallery are already invited to propose their interpretations of the theme.
January 2023 – Metaphors, images and words
The links between artistic creation and contemporary literature, or how the work of writing and the relationship to language intervene in the artists’ creative process.
ART UP! Lille – 14th edition at the Grand Palais
10th-13rd march 2022
MODERNE ART FAIR, Paris, Avenue des Champs-Elysées
20th-24th october 2022
LUTECA Gallery, New-York & Mexico
Thierry bertrand Gallery, Ile-de-Ré and Menorca
Kneedler Fauchère – Los Angeles, Denver & San Francisco
September 2021 to may 2022
Exhibition December 1st to March 6th, 2022
Amel Bashier – Andreea Zahiu – Aude Herlédan – Eleanor Lakelin – Lætitia Disone – Monika Debus – Sandra Zeenni
To conclude the year, we are pleased to introduce an exhibition dedicated to women artists. Of French, British, German, Sudanese, Romanian or Lebanese origin, it is through their cultural diversity that these artists draw their strength and deploy all their convictions. If their cultures are multiple, part of their inspirations are common; femininity and the condition of women are at the center of their artistic reflections. Discover the painting of Aude Herlédan, the ceramics of Laetitia Disone and Monika Debus, the wood sculptures of Andreea Zahiu and Eleanor Lakelin, the sandstone of Sandra Zeenni as well as the artwork on paper of Amel Bashier.
VYTOKY – PAVLO MAZAI
From November 1st to November 30th
As part of PhotoDays and in partnership with the Ukrainian Embassy – Exhibition of works by Ukrainian photographer Pavlo Mazai
From September 4th to October 30rd, 2021
“Adorn”, from the Latin ornare which means to embellish. This new exhibition presents the works of ten international artists, painters, sculptors, ceramists and furniture designers, proposing a contemporary dialogue between the arts and decoration, around a central concept “aesthetic emotion”. It is also an opportunity to introduce two new artists Josipa Krolo, a young Croatian painter and Andreea Zahiu, a sculptor of Romanian origin.
From May 29th to July 24th, 2021
The softness of Brutalism is the oxymoron that best defines the meaning of the Brutalist movement as described by Le Corbusier: “May our rough concretes reveal that, underneath them, our sensibilities are fine”. The selection of the spring exhibition at 1831 Art Gallery is inspired by this movement, whose purity and power of structure it recaptures, while modernizing it through the use of more delicate materials. Concrete gives way to the noble essences of Eleanor Lakelin’s wooden sculptures, to the suavity of Aude Herlédan’s materials, to the geometric rhythm of the folded stainless steel of the “Aspa” table by designer Pedro Ramirez Vasquez, or to the finesse of Monika Debus’ porcelain powder decorations.
From February 11 to March 27, 2021
Floating, from the old English flotian; to remain on the surface of the water. This exhibition is presented as an aside, an enclave of poetry and lightness where the imagination of each becomes the key word. Through the creations of Monika Debus, Aude Herlédan, Eleanor Lakelin and Lauren Kaplan, the 1831 Art Gallery invites you to dream and travel.
The works presented give off a feeling of floating, as delicate as sensitive, like a wave creating a dialogue between forms and materials, techniques and ideas, and thus calling for introspection and reflection during a spiritual wanderings.
AT THE GRAND PALAIS
from Thursday 10 to Sunday 13 September 2020
Aude Herlédan Solo Show.
Selection of paintings and sculptures by Aude Herlédan for a solo show under the dome of the Grand Palais. On this occasion she will sign her new book « Encounters”..
Parcours de la Céramique
et des Arts du Feu
from Tuesday 15 to Saturday 19 September
Invitation to discover the ceramics of Monika Debus, Sandra Zeenni and Séverine Duparcq. The 20 galleries of the Parcours de la Céramique will present pieces from the collections of the Musée des Avelines de Saint-Cloud.
Extension to February 10
Event organized by the Carré Rive Gauche, “Revolutions” is a bold theme, slightly provocative, unexpected … In the history of the arts, revolutions have been aesthetic, technical, philosophical … In the Middle Ages, “revolution” had an astronomical meaning. It is also a parable of the evolution of our societies. Optimism is the inspiration of revolutions, it is under this angle that we have decided to present our collective exhibition of new works by Eleanor Lakelin, Séverine Duparcq, Chandler McLellan, Harald Fernagu, Nalvad…
May 14 to July 10, 2020
from January 14 to March 19, 2020
from December 1 to January 11, 2020
from September 5, 2019 to December 7, 2019
Travels in the world of the arts at Carré Rive Gauche
Aude Herlédan, peintre et sculpteur, Keiko Gonzalez, peintre (Bolivien), Sandra Zeenni, sculpteur- céramiste
Yveline Tropéa, Nadège Mouyssinat, Laetitia Disone – 2019
Yang Wang, Antoine de Castellane, Pablito Zago / 2019
Monika Debus, Aude Herlédan, Christel Sadde / 2019
Florence Blanchard, Anne-Sophie Gruwez, Aude Herlédan / 2018
Ransome Stanley, Pedro Correa, Sandra Zeenni / 2018
Amel Bashier, Ali Zulfikar, Dorothée Loriquet, Pedro Correa / 2018
Rod McIntosh, Harald Fernagu, Aude Herlédan / 2017
Christel Sadde, Benoît Averly, SDAH, Aude Herlédan / 2017
THE SOUL OF BLACK SPIRIT
Ransome Stanley, some exceptional photographs and a musical playlist selected by Gilles Pétard, abstract paintings by Aude Herlédan and sculptures by Benoît Averly / 2017
LES PORTRAITS IMAGINAIRES D’ANTOINE DE CASTELANE
50 years of painting by the artist / 20177
A WHITER SHADE OF WHITE
INSPIRATRICES & INSPIRANTES / 2016
Isabelle Boccon-Gibod (photographer), Kashink (street-artist), Amel Bashier (Sudanese painter, presented for the first time in France), Aude Herlédan (visual artist), Marc Guéret (photographer), Joséphine Kaiser and Ute Faber (German visual artists ) and Pablito Zago (street artist).
RED IS BEAUTIFULL
L’ATELIER ROUGE DE LA GALERIE 1831 / 2016
Olivier Gagnère (designer), Aude Herlédan (plastic artist), Marc Guéret (photographer), Séverine Duparcq
Paris, New York, Los Angeles & pékin / 2016
African encounters and influences / 2016