AT THE GALLERY
Maison&Objet In The City – January 17th to 22nd 2024
Exhibition “Arts and Design” – Professional Opening with the artists on Thursday, January 18th from 6pm, as part of the official itinerary “Maison&Objet In The City” and “Paris Déco Home”.
Paris Gallery Weekend – From May 24th to 26th 2024
Organised by the Comité Professionnel des Galeries d’Art, 102 participatory gallery.
“Résonances” Exhibition – 4 women artists propose a reading of the connection between the physical and the spiritual, the material and the immaterial, suggesting that everything is linked by subtle vibrations.
“Les 5 jours de l’Objet Extraordinaire” – From June 4th to 8th 2024
Carré Rive Gauche summer event, under the high patronage of the French Ministry of Culture.
Exhibition during the Olympic Games – July – August 2024
Paris Design Week – September 5th to 14th 2024
“Collections” – Carré Rive Gauche event – Tuesday, September 17th to Friday, September 27th, 2024 – Tribute to Karl Lagerfeld collector
Starting Sunday (Un Dimanche à la Galerie) October 13th 2024 – The gallery will be open on Sunday, as part of the official program of Paris + by ArtBasel
Carré des Arts – From Wednesday November 20th to Friday December 20th 2024
Moderne Art Fair – October 17th to 20th, 2024
and many other events with our partners in New York, Geneva, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Maastricht, Menorca…
ARTS AND DESIGN
From January 15th to March 2nd, 2024
Professional opening on Thursday, January 18th, as part of the official “Maison&Objet In The City” and “Paris Déco Home” programs.
From November 22nd to December 29th, 2023
We are delighted to invite you to the “Mémoire(s)” exhibition, from November 22nd until December 29th 2023, as part of the “Carré des Arts” event organized by Carré Rive Gauche, during the FAB Paris “Fine Arts Biennale” at the ephemeral Grand Palais.
We propose an exploration of memory, of memories, illustrated by the works of contemporary artists: Eleanor Lakelin – sculptor (English, born 1965-), Alexandra Laroche – painter (French, born 1963-), Lætitia Disone-Lachmann – visual artist (French, born 1965-) and Aude Herlédan – painter and sculptor (French, born 1966 in Paris-).
Encounters are at the heart of this exhibition. These four women artists share their experiences, paying tribute to the importance of human relationships in artistic creation. Each work tells a unique story, woven from the threads of memories, conversations, bonds and journeys…
The “Mémoire(s)” exhibition also explores memory in a philosophical sense, delving into profound questions of identity, time, forgetting and permanence. The 4 artists challenge the boundaries between past, present and future, creating works that transcend time and space – central themes in the work of Eleanor Lakelin, whose sculptures were created in a hundred-year-old sequoia tree, or Aude Herlédan’s painting “Memory II”, inspired by the Rift Valley she traversed when she was a young artist on assignment for the UN in Kenya (gold leaf, lava powder, natural inks); the works of Alexandra Laroche, a painter of emotions, which she translates into subtle color mise en abyme where the notion of time disappears; or Lætitia Disone-Lachmann who, in a quest for the essential, spontaneously expresses an infinity of possibilities.
ART EN ÉCHO
From October 25th to November 18th, 2023
After the success of Moderne Art Fair (over 24,000 visitors) and the enthusiastic comments about our accrochage (which was also praised in several articles in the art press), we are very pleased to present a new exhibition at the gallery, illustrating aesthetic correspondences between historical works from the modern period and contemporary works. “Art en écho” – until November 18th, 2023.
You will find paintings, sculptures and drawings by Robert Adams, Augustin Cárdenas, André Derain, César Domela, Henri Laurens, Conrad Marca-Relli, Marino Marini, Henry Moore, Theodoros Stamos, Dora Maar, Esteban Vicente… exhibited in dialogue with the gallery’s artists, in partnership with New York’s Rosenberg&Co gallery.
MODERNE ART FAIR
October 19-22, 2023 – Avenue des Champs Élysées
We will present an aesthetic dialogue between a selection of Modern works (in partnership with Galerie Rosenberg & Co from New York) and Contemporary works (representing artists from our gallery). The scenography will be organized around a double visual and thematic thread, complemented by a cross-view of the sources of inspiration of artists from the 20th and 21st centuries.
Discover works by Augustin Cárdenas, André Derain, César Domela, Henri Laurens, Aristide Maillol, Conrad Marca-Relli, Henry Moore, Theodoros Stamos, Dora Maar… in dialogue with the gallery’s artists.
Moderne Art Fair
Place Clémenceau (ephemeral pavilions next to the Petit Palais)
Avenue des Champs-Élysées – Paris 8ème
Stand 106 – Pavillon 1
PARLEZ-VOUS LE GAINSBOURG ?
Collection(s) event of Carré Rive Gauche – Tuesday, September 19th to 29th, 2023
A tribute to Serge Gainsbourg on the occasion of the new opening of the Maison Gainsbourg at 5 bis rue de Verneuil.
Poet, provocateur, anti-conformist… Serge Gainsbourg is honored in this exhibition that celebrates the creative audacity, freedom and love that were the hallmarks of this talented artist.
Wednesday, September 20th from 6pm, as part of the “Collections” event organized by the Carré Rive Gauche, in partnership with “Le Parcours de la Céramique et des Arts du Feu”, and on the occasion of the inauguration of “La Maison Gainsbourg”.
During the vernissage, Christophe Herlédan will perform Serge Gainsbourg songs.
Discover new works by Aude Herlédan – Eleanor Lakelin – Monika Debus – Séverine Duparcq – Andreea Zahiu – Sandra Zeenni – Thomas Lévy and rare photographs of Serge Gainsbourg, on show from Wednesday September 20th to Saturday October 7th, 2023.
PARIS DESIGN WEEK
Exhibition from Thursday September 7 to Saturday September 16, 2023 – Opening on Thursday September 7 from 5pm, in the presence of the artists.
This two-way theme introduces an aesthetic dialogue between natural forms and materials… illustrated by a selection of unique paintings, sculptures and design pieces; it also engages the emotions aroused by the viewer, sometimes revealing the nature of their own feelings.
It’s an exhibition that celebrates decorative arts and design, presenting the works of 6 contemporary artists who work with natural materials, paints and inks, wood, bronze, stone, marble, earth…
Discover new works by Aude Herlédan – Eleanor Lakelin – Monika Debus – Séverine Duparcq – Andreea Zahiu – Thomas Lévy
Exhibition July – August 2023
This exhibition presents a selection of works inspired by summer, with a vibrant display, warm colors and lively materials… to be discovered until Friday July 29 and from Tuesday August 22.
CARRÉ RIVE GAUCHE – SUMMER EVENING
“Les 5 jours de l’objet extraordinaire” – From Wednesday June 7th to Sunday June 11th 2023
We are pleased to invite you to the gallery for the Carré Rive Gauche summer evening, as part of “L’Objet Extraordinaire” event.
On Wednesday June 7th, starting at 6 pm, 70 galleries will present a selection of Extraordinaires works, in the presence of the artists.
PARIS GALLERY WEEKEND
We are delighted to invite you to the gallery on the occasion of Paris Gallery Weekend, from Friday 26 to Sunday 28 May 2023.
This year, Paris Gallery Weekend (organised by the Comité Professionnel des Galeries d’Art) will feature over 100 galleries and a selection of 245 artists.
These 3 days will also be a moment of conviviality and sharing, at the gallery we will welcome you on Friday and Saturday at the usual times and also on Sunday 28th May in the afternoon.
During these three days, we will organize (each afternoon) meetings and signatures with 4 of the 6 artists of the exhibition (Aude Herlédan, Thomas Lévy, Yang Wang and Lætitia Disone), around the theme: “The aesthetic emotions”.
THE NEW ESTHECISMS
January 19th to May 24th, 2023
Opening on Thursday, January 19th from 6 to 9 pm as part of the official Maison & Objet in the city program – in presence of the artists
Exhibition November 8th to December 11th, 2022
Sarah Baley grew up in Brooklyn in a Syrian-American family. She graduated from the College of Art and Design in Los Angeles. She now lives and works in New York. Her works are present in numerous private and museum collections such as the Jean Paul Getty Museum and the Brooklyn Museum of Art.
This exhibition offers a look at Sarah Baley’s work, from her first New York portraits to her “narrative selections”: urban photographic novels that unfold the thread of a fictitious story whose narrative she composes in an evolving and never static manner. Perception and the notion of time in their relationship to memory are the central themes of her photographic series: “The intersection and impact of time and experience provokes the present moment. Of memory and experience, using photography as a living instrument rather than a collection of frozen moments at the moment of capture.
Exhibition September 8th to November 5th, 2022
Dialogue between art and design; painting, sculpture, ceramics, photography and designer furniture – with an immersion in the artists’ creative process. This exhibition aims to unravel the bonds of artistic design; it offers an intimate look at contemporary creation; sources of inspiration, natural materials and ancestral techniques in the digital age. This multidisciplinary installation introduces the know-how of the artists by presenting preparatory studies, modelings; thus offering an immersion in the creative processes and the universe of the workshops.
RESPIRATION – INSPIRATION
Exhibition May 19th to July 30rd, 2022
Collective exhibition inspired by nature. Both a symbol of life and an expression of the relationship between man and his environment, the connection between the inspiration of the ten artists presented and the world around us. It is the nature deployed through the prism of the artists; their relationship to natural and living materials with woodcarving and ceramics, the interpretation of reality with landscape painting, the confrontation of man with his natural environment with photography.
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 30th, 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…
From May 14 to July 10, 2020
From January 14 to March 19, 2020