Galerie Jousse Entreprise is very pleased to present Jennifer Caubet’s new solo show which will feature a new body of work consisting of sculptures and works on paper. This exhibition project is based on a reflection on urban changes and their arrangement observed around the suburbs of Aubervilliers in relation to the plant world.
Exhibition from May 20 to July 22, 2023 (closed from June 20 to July 5, 2023)
For almost 30 years, Philippe Jousse has had a deep interest in the aesthetics of 20th century furniture, ceaselessly contributing to the recognition of designers and artists such as Jean Prouvé, Charlotte Perriand, Mathieu Matégot, Le Corbusier… He has played an essential role in the development of French and foreign collectors’ tastes, by developing two parallel activities, in architect-designed furniture and in contemporary art. In 2001, Philippe Jousse separated his activities and opened a gallery dedicated to promoting contemporary art. The artistic line adopted aims to support emerging artists at the same time as renowned figures. The artists represented by the Jousse Entreprise gallery are mostly French, and enjoy an international standing.
Atelier Van Lieshout / Louidgi Beltrame / Elisabetta Benassi / Jennifer Caubet / Matthew Darbyshire / Florence Doléac / Tim Eitel / Anne-Charlotte Finel / Thomas Grünfeld / Clarisse Hahn / Nathanaëlle Herbelin / Richard Kern / Martin Le Chevallier / Ange Leccia / Seulgi Lee / Philippe Meste / Ariane Michel / Eva Nielsen / Rometti Costales / Kishin Shinoyama /Francisco Sobrino
Atelier Van Lieshout • Louidgi Beltrame • Elisabetta Benassi • Jennifer Caubet • Matthew Darbyshire • Florence Doléac • Tim Eitel • Anne-Charlotte Finel • Thomas Grünfeld • Clarisse Hahn • Nathanaëlle Herbelin • Richard Kern • Ange Leccia • Martin Le Chevallier • Seulgi Lee • Simon Martin • Ariane Michel • Eva Nielsen • Rometti Costales • Kishin Shinoyama • Francisco Sobrino
Galerie sélectionnée par Antonia Scintilla