From 23rd May to 04th July 2015
Saturday 23rd of May 2015 from 4.00pm
For the third exhibition of Galery Houg in their space in Paris, offers a "Carte blanche" to Susanne S.D Themlitz, a portuguese nationality artist.
A childlike spirit of discovery underlies all the work of Susanne S. D. Themlitz. Executed in a variety of media, including drawing, sculpture, ceramics, photography and video, her work playfully ignores the distinction between genres.
As closing of the exhibition Partition: Explosion#2, Aurélie Pétrel invites Anne Jarrigeon to the Galerie Houg.
Presentation of "Arriver à...Partir de" / Interférences, a sonore art works created by Anne Jarrigeon during the exhibition Partitions on the Art Center of Albert Chanot in Clamart, 2014
From 22 January to 15 march 2015
Solo exhibition of the dual Franco-swiss nationality artist, Mathias Schmied In his exhibition at the Art Museum of Pully, Batman and Spiderman disappear in favor of broken color spots, detach the pages, leaving behind their universe. Covered with paint, posters of pin-ups only reveal a few pieces of flesh and words, finely cut, are reduced to a few lines. A game of hide and saw that gives a narrative ambiguity to works. The absence and silence are the heart of the practice of the artist: it is up to the viewer to try to fill them.
From 17 January to 04 April 2015 at LaHalle - Pont-en-Royans
This exhibition brings together three artists, Delphine Balley, Geraldine Kosiak and Aurélie Pétrel whose singular artistic practices are here echo around a common topic: hunting.
Without partisan or controversial hint (but not candor), the exhibition traces rather reflective lines, questions the performances in the history of art, reveals a poetic encounter with the prey.
"On se tromperait de croire que les bois n'ont pas des yeux" : this is verse of Victor Hugo, extract from L'idylle de Floriane.
Established in Lyon in 1998 by Patricia and Olivier Houg, Galerie Houg will settled in Paris late 2014.
With the entrance of Romain Houg as a co-artistic director, after 10years of collaboration, leave the Lyon area, while preserving the privileged networks established for more than 15 years, has become an economic evidence in oredr to take part in the national art scene and its market.
Bolstered by the presence of Bérengère Ribes, Galerie Houg is now at 22 rue Saint-Claude, in the Marais, 75003 Paris.
On the occasion of this opening, the Galerie Houg organizes the first parisian solo show of the young frencn artist, Arélie Pétrel / Partition:Explosion#2
On the occasion of the Commemoration of the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between France and China, Galerie Houg presents for the first time in France a solo show of Xiang Guo Hua, chinese artist born in 1984 .
Exhibition from 10October>09November2014
Galerie Houg presents the second solo exhibition of the Japonese artist, Yumi Karasumaru : FACING HISTORIES
For this new exhibition in Lyon, at Houg Galerie, Yumi Karasumaru presents a new series of paintings and a performance especially designed for this solo show.
Aurélie Pétrel & Vincent Roumagnac, Laureats 2014 of FRANCE QUÉBEC (Paris) exchange residencies, invite you to discover Alterations # 00 at the Darling Foundry in Montreal from 10th to 14th of September 2014. The event will mark the end of the Quebec summer residence of the duo.
For the first time in Lyon Laurent Pernel will present a set of films with a new concept of monstration: 3 weeks of ptojection - 3 films
Projection from 04 to 10 Sept.2014 / film presentation Thursday 04 September from 6.00pm
TOPOGRAPHIE (Fait Main)
Projection from 11 to 17 Sept.2014 / film presentation Thursday 11 September from 6.00pm
PLAN YOUR ESCAPE
Projection from 19 to 28 Sept.2014 / film presentation Friday 19 September from 6.00pm
After « Polygone » in 2011 and « Lame (Fukushima) » in 2013 on DocksArtFair, Galerie Houg presents the second solo show of Aurélie Pétrel – « Partition # mai2014 ».
Aurélie Petrel transforms the very concept of photographic technique to establish rules for a double play and creates a complicity between the work and the world. The boundaries between image and context, memory and fantasy disappear, the work reveals as much as it conceals.
10 April >11 May 2014
Galerie Houg presents Vrai Nord the second solo show of works by Italian artist Maurizio Savini.
Savini uses chewing gum for over 10 years; this unconventional material appeared in Europe at the end of the Second World War, became the basis of his artistic creation.First used in its finished form, its pink color makes it a fun pictorial element, and the smell actually forget the heaviness of the topicapproached. This time used in its purest form the white, Savini heats the gum, it sometimes incorporates pigment and handles like clay, eventually stretching the mold and apply its supports.