Alan Goulbourne to participate in “Parcours St Germain”
The Virginie Louvet Gallery is proud to announce Alan Goulbourne’s participation in “Parcours St Germain”. The theme for the 2015 event, which takes place concurrently with the Fiac from October 22nd to November 2nd, is “The poetry of matter”. The mission for each selected artist is to create a piece for an emblematic spot in St Germain-des-Prés. The works of the young Welsh sculptor will be shown at the legendary Café des Deux Magots.
Marion Charlet nominated for the Prix Marin
The Virginie Louvet Gallery is pleased to announce that Marion Charlet has been selected to participate in the 19th edition of the Prix Antoine Marin, which will take place from June 5th to June 27th at the Espace Julio Cortazar in Arcueil. It will be the occasion for twelve established artists to each sponsor a visual/multimedia artist under forty years old.
Opening of show and award ceremony on Friday, June 5th at 7pm.
Antoine Carbonne, Home Alone Exhibit
The works of Antoine Carbonne are currently being shown in the group show Home Alone, from May 17th to May 31st 2015 at La Laverie, 117 rue de Belleville, 75019 Paris.
The show, curated by Hélène Garcia, includes:
Andy Sewell (UK)
Annie Descôteaux (CA)
Antoine Carbonne (FR)
Cécile Chaput (FR)
Charlotte Boutron (FR)
Christopher Füllemann (CH)
Elizaveta Konovalova (RU)
Hélène Garcia (FR)
Justin Morin (FR)
Louis Gary (FR)
Photographs – Cornelius de Bill Baboul & Madeleine Kotte (DE)
Marion Charlet in TCQVAR !
Solenne Ducasse came and interviewed Marion Charlet last week about her solo exhibit As Long as it Lasts, currently showing at the Virginie Louvet Gallery, as the Focus of the weekly web art magazine TCQVAR. The exhibit can be seen until May 30th.
Marion Charlet and Antoine Carbonne in the February 2015 issue of l’Œil magazine
The Virginie Louvet Gallery is proud to let you know that two of her artists, Marion Charlet and Antoine Carbonne, have been mentioned in the special painting section of l’Œil magazine, in their February 2015 issue.
Marion Charlet nominated for the Chamalot residency in 2015
The Virginie Louvet Gallery is pleased to announce that Marion Charlet’s application has been accepted for the Chamalot painting residency for the year 2015.
ART IS HOPE for Aides / 140 artists against Aids
The ART IS HOPE exhibit for the association Aides, in which the works of 140 artists active in the fight against Aids have been brought together, will take place from December 3rd to 7th at PIASA’s.
A gouache by Antoine Carbonne will be part of the show.
We are expecting you on December 3rd for the opening at PIASA, 118 rue du faubourg St Honoré, 75008 Paris
Download invitation by clicking here.