From October 22nd to 26th, 2015, the gallery MATIGNON JANY JANSEM will exhibit at Art Élysées Art Fair, an annual event which has become an international meeting point in Paris for collectors and art lovers, curators, art experts and gallery owners. We will be presenting major works of artists from the XXth century :
Pierre BONNARD, Bernard BUFFET
Jacques DOUCET, Raoul DUFY
Julio GONZALEZ, Hans HARTUNG
Jean JANSEM, André MASSON
Paul REBEYROLLE, Maurice UTRILLO
A strong dialogue with the following contemporary artists will be also established :
Sophie BOULLET, Eveline BOULVA
Sergio CAMPOREALE, DADO
Francis GIACOBETTI, KONGO
Eric LEPOUREAU, Joy de ROHAN CHABOT
Jeremy Maxwell WINTREBERT
The gallery presents a group exhibition featuring the gallery’s artists : Bernard Buffet, Jansem, Hans Hartung, Julio Gonzalez, Raoul Dufy, painters of the XXth century, Sophie Boullet, Eveline Boulva, Colorz, Kongo, Erohe Du Azac, contemporary artists and the most recent works of Joy de Rohan Chabot a contemporary decorative artist.
Please note that as of October 1st, the gallery will be open on appointment only. To take an appointment, please call Jany Jansem (+33 (0)6 20 60 58 10) or Danielle Paquin Jansem (+33 6 80 74 72 18).
For her second exhibition at the Galerie Matignon, Sophie Boullet presents a series of paintings revealing a re-enchanted vision of the forest, flowers or sea landscape. Some twenty colorful new paintings are exhibited.
Opening Wednesday June 3 from 17h to 23h – the artist will be signing the catalogue
Special evening in the Matignon / Faubourg Saint-Honoré district : 50 art and antiques galleries invite the public to an artistic voyage through exhibitions, openings and book signings on the theme «A voyage through Art History».
From June 3 to July 25, 2015 Cyril Phan aka Kongo is back at Galerie Matignon for his second solo exhibition, entitled « Mr Colorful ». Galerie Matignon continues a dialogue it began with the artist in 2014, reflecting their complicity and shared belief in stating the obvious: that graffiti art is a major, significant and noble art of our times.
Catherine Moncan is a French painter based in London. Her art is dedicated to portraits and indoor scenes paintings. She is constantly seeking to reveal the soul of places and people of her times. Strength and lightness, humanism and mastery characterizes this contemporary work that is part of a current revival of portraiture.
Born in 1972, Sebastien Marc, aka COLORZ, won acclaim in the landscape of French urban art over more than twenty-five years of diligent practice of street art on walls, trains and palisades of Paris and its suburbs, then north and south of France, Amsterdam, Athens, New York, Hong Kong and Jakarta.
Considered an influential French street artist, COLORZ is now painting on multiple media, canvas, wood, aluminum, plexiglass. His style, both explosive and mastered, finds its roots in the energy of the street. His colorful abstract paintings seem like unwittingly unexpected urban landscapes.
Two steps from the Champs Elysées in Paris, in the chic 8th district on Avenue Matignon, a major outdoor piece of art by street artist KONGO can be admired.
AXA ART and GALLERY MATIGNON co-produced this 37 meters wide and 2,5 meters high fresco located in front of AXA’s head office and facing Galerie Matignon, at 25 avenue Matignon, Paris 8e.
Kongo, a recognized artist of international graffiti art, was given a field of freedom for his expressive and colorful style. In his personal style using calligraphic abstraction, Kongo offers the public an original, yet ephemeral work of art that will remain in place until April 2015.
Photo: Fresco Kongo-MATIGNON-AXA to the gallery – June 6, 2014
Painting, drawing, sculpture: Jansem, Eric Lepoureau, Sergio Camporeale, Eveline Boulva, Sophie Boullet, Kongo, Erohe Du Azac.
Photography: Francis Giacobetti, Claude Gaspari, Gilles de Fayet, Antoine Agoudjian, Michel Zoghzoghi.
Decorative Arts: Joy de Rohan Chabot, Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert.
In this exhibition, Sylvie Marechal invites us in a journey where light encounters birds and castles through a dozen works. Sylvie Maréchal, designer and artist, has always been committed to working with French materials (porcelain, blown glass, glass paste). Her work relies on rare and traditional know-how passed through the prism of her lighting design. Her ambition is to sculpt light, to associate it with unexpected materials and to play with shapes, thick and thin strokes, shadows and lights … Spotlight on a new art, light sculpture …
Joy de Rohan Chabot returns to Matignon Gallery with a new collection of precious glass in the colors of the sea and sky. More than 100 pieces will be presented: plates, vases, glasses, decanters, bowls on the two themes of coral and trees.
True to her passion for butterflies, the artist created his exhibition around an installation of colored steel butterflies, completely hand-made, of all sizes and in different shades of blue (Cerulean, Charette, Maya …). A new opportunity to experience the magic of nature staged by Joy de Rohan Chabot.