Ateliers d'Art de France

Atelier Viaduc des arts

Retrospective

Consult the overview of previous exhibitions.


8 November 2017 to 20 January 2018

ADORNMENTS

Head, neck, shoulder, wrist or hand jewellery... an ode to adornment through an exploration of various materials and original creations on the boundary between jewellery and accessories.

Craftsworkers : Alt&Go, Sara Bartko, Marine Cauvin, Ghislaine Darlavoix, Julie Eulalie, Michèle Forest, Marie Grimaud, Isabelle Léourier, Bruno Livrelli, Yannick Mur, Nini Peony, Sarah Radulescu, Harumi Sugiura, Julie Varnier

FROM 8 SEPTEMBER TO 21 OCTOBER

ATELIERS D’ART DE FRANCE COMPETITION

ATELIERS D’ART DE FRANCE COMPETITION

For the past six years, the Ateliers d'Art de France Competition has showcased the artistic vitality and outstanding know-how of talented craft professionals in each of our regions. Candidates can enter by submitting an item in either the ‘Creation’ or the ‘Heritage’ category. More than 380 entries were received this year. Ceramists, glass artists, textile designers, basket makers, feather artists, cabinetmakers… The range of know-how is as broad as ever and speaks volumes about the incomparable richness of these exceptional professions.

L’Atelier invites you to discover the prize-winning pieces in the ‘Creation’ and ‘Heritage’ categories from 20 September to 28 October 2017.

‘CREATION’ CATEGORY

Florence Lemoine, glass artist
Winner from the AUVERGNE-RHONE-ALPES region

Emmanuel Chevrel, ceramist
Winner from the BOURGOGNE FRANCHE-COMTÉ region

Karine N’Guyen Van Tham, textile designer
Winner from the BRITTANY region

Alice Deloule, model maker
Winner from the CENTRE-VAL DE LOIRE region

Bénédicte Magnin-Robert, braider, creator of leather fashion accessories
Winner from the GRAND-EST region

Sarah Staub, sculptor
Winner from the HAUTS DE FRANCE region

Julien Vermeulen, feather artist
Winner from the ILE-DE-FRANCE region

Migline Paroumanou, plastic artist
Winner from LA RÉUNION

Nicolas Boisjoly, ceramist
Winner from the NORMANDY region

Yann Régibier, knifemaker and blacksmith
Winner from the NOUVELLE AQUITAINE region

Manon Damiens, metal sculptor
Winner from the OCCITANIE region

Miki Nakamura, paper artist
Winner from the PAYS DE LA LOIRE region

Laude Rakotoniaina, leather artist
Winner from the PROVENCE-ALPES-CÔTES D’AZUR region

‘HERITAGE’ CATEGORY

Christophe Berthier, master glass artist
Winner from the AUVERGNE-RHONE-ALPES region

Amélie Halais, saddle and harness maker
Winner from the GRAND-EST region

Muriel Ponzo, saddle and harness maker
Candidate from the BOURGOGNE-FRANCHE-COMTE region

Léonie Berte Langereau, cabinetmaker
Candidate from the BOURGOGNE-FRANCHE-COMTE region

Coline Leclerc, paper restorer
Candidate from the HAUTS-DE-FRANCE region

Véronique Sala-Vidal, binder
Candidate from the ILE-DE-FRANCE region

Mélanie Buraud, designer, and Clémence Pellegrin, jewellery maker
Candidates from the NOUVELLE-AQUITAINE region

More information about Ateliers d’Art de France competition 

Demonstrations

14 JUNE TO 9 SEPTEMBER

Sur le fil (On the thread)

This summer, l’Atelier is staging an exhibition dedicated to thread. Commonly found in fine craft objects, thread is used in a wide variety of materials and an infinite number of graphic and plastic applications in sculpture, weaving, embroidery, containers, lamps and décor.

You can explore all its guises through the work of 17 fine craftsworkers:

Aline Campana, Adrian Colin, Ghyslaine Darlavoix, Sophie Duclercq, Dominique Fave, Flavia Fenaroli, Alexandra Ferdinande, Michèle Forest, Félicité L., Juliette Lanos, Béatrice Loth, Zoé Montagu et Marie Labarelle, Odile Moulin, Sandrine Pincemaille, Françoise Tellier-Loumagne, Caroline Worner.

Demonstrations

20 April to 3 June

Two materials / two creators

In its spring exhibition, l’Atelier is focusing on creative duos, reflecting the unique story that is written whenever two creators, two types of material and two worlds come together. Whether they have chosen to combine two complementary techniques or two materials that are rarely seen together, as they bring their sensitivities face to face, the duos all produce extraordinary works. Original dialogue, rewarding relationships, innovative duality.

The creators:

  • Béatrice Bruneteau, ceramist, & Valentine Herrenschmidt, sculptor/calligrapher
  • Caroline Worner, ceramist, & Benoit Vieubled, lighting designer
  • Cédric Hamon, cabinetmaker, & Margriet Barantin-Sintzen, textile designer
  • Christophe Mirande, enameller on metal, & Gerda Jacobs, mosaic artist
  • Delphine Lescuyer, mosaic artist, & Estelle Nahon, ceramist
  • Evelyne-Alice Bridier, feltmaker, & Manoli Gonzalez, ceramist
  • Florence Lemoine, glass blower, & Alexandra Ferdinande, weaver
  • Frédéric Mulatier, weaver, & Antoine Brodin, glass artist
  • Isabelle Poupinel, ceramist, & Semeurs d’étoiles, lighting designer
  • Kyoko Murayama, milliner, & Makoto Murayama, glassmaker
  • Ekceli (Marie Berthouloux), embroiderer, & Marie-Hélène Soyer, enameller on metal
  • Nolwenn Le Lay, coloured glass artist, & Josselin Chrétien, fashion designer
  • Patrick Crespin, glassmaker, & Murielle Vissault, stained-glass window maker
  • Valentine Herrenschmidt, sculptor/calligrapher, & Pascal Oudet, wood-turner
  • Valérie Calvat, ceramist, & Cyriaque Foissotte, metal furniture maker
  • Vesna Garic, ceramist, & Véronique Darcon Cazes, mosaic artist
FROM 1 FEBRUARY TO 8 APRIL

Couleurs & Matières

L’Atelier is bedecking itself with colour and devoting its first exhibition of the year to the relationship between artist and colour, as well as the different techniques used to produce colour: natural dyes, silk-screen printing, shibori, glazing, slipware… How is the colour produced in the material? How does it make sense?

The exhibiting artists: Alexandra Carron, Fluïd, Fra-Joséphine, Bernard Gonnet, Danielle Lescot, Ysabel de Maisonneuve, Cafékam, Chloé Peytermann, Françoise Tellier-Loumagne, Juliette Vergne.

From 27 October to 23 December

Fragments

This autumn, L'Atelier is exhibiting the creations of 16 craftsworkers with a focus on fragments. Mosaics, ceramics, straw, enamel, feathers, wood, paper, metal, etc. The materials are multiplied, juxtaposed and embedded in order to create new textures, and reinvented.

Ariane Blanquet, Pascal Catry, Marie Charpentier, Valérie Colas des Francs, Vesna Garic, Anne-Sophie Giraud, Solène Léglise, Jean-Luc Mare, Janaïna Milheiro, Pascale Morin-By Rita, Passage Secret, Rose Saneuil, Valérie Tanfin, Claire-Lise Thiriet, Bénédicte Vallet, Patricia Zygomalas.

From 14 September to 15 October

The 2016 winners of the Ateliers d’Art de France competition

Ateliers d'Art de France promotes the talent of craft professionals by awarding a prize to one craftworker in each region of mainland France (according to the new territorial organization) in recognition of his/her skill.

The works of the 13 winners of the completion will be presented at the Atelier from the 14th of September to the 15th of October.

Discover the winners!

AURÉLIE ABADIE & SAMUEL SAUQUES, verriers à la main | BRETAGNE

EWEN D’AVIAU DE TERNAY, facteur instrumental | PAYS-DE-LA-LOIRE

JEAN-MICHEL BLIARD, sculpteur de mobilier | NORMANDIE

CLAUDINE BORSOTTI, sculpteure | PROVENCE-ALPES-COTE-D’AZUR

SÉVERINE HENNEQUART, émailleur | HAUTS DE FRANCE

FIROUZA HOUBERDON & DOMINIQUE BESNARD, joaillière et perlière d’art | BOURGOGNE FRANCHE-COMTÉ

FABRICE LEBAR, fondeur d’art et sculpteur | NOUVELLE AQUITAINE

GLADYS MOREAU & RÉGINE RIVIÈRE, céramistes | ILE DE LA REUNION

LORENZO NANNI, brodeur | ILE-DE-FRANCE

BRIGITTE PÉNICAUD, céramiste | CENTRE-VAL DE LOIRE

SYLVIE PONS-PORTEFAIX, céramiste | AUVERGNE RHÔNE-ALPES

MART SCHRIJVERS, céramiste | OCCITANIE

GÉRALD VATRIN, artiste verrier | GRAND EST

From 17 June to 3 September 2016

Minerality

Concrete, slate, stone, lave, granite, marble… This exhibition reveals the mineral world in all its forms. Raw, polished, textured, the material springs to life thanks to the gesture of eight creators of master pieces, decorative objects and furniture.

Henry-Noël Aubry, Hélène Combronde, Sandrine Farget, Sabine Fillit, Laurène Hombek (Bobun), Pierre Martin, Vero Reato, Natalie Sanzache.

From 29 April to 4 June 2016

L’Arbre et la matière

Symbol of vitality and strength, trees are at the very heart of our lives. It fascinates and nourishes artists imagination. Ceramics, wood, glass, textile, rubber, metal… 13 craftmen transform the Atelier into an imaginary forest.

Béatrice Bruneteau , Cailloutchou Déliz, Béatrice Desrousseaux, Barbara Billoud & Géneviève Mathieu (L’Arbre féérique), Alexandra Hajek, Charlotte Heurtier, Claire Pégis, Sandrine Pincemaille, Suzanne Rippe, Claire-Lise Thiriet, Laurent Trébout, Valérie Vayre, Eric Weber. 

From 5 February to 16 April 2016

# PAPER

The fragility of paper stimulates our emotions, its strength is fascinating and its plasticity inspires creation. In the last few years the role of paper has changed: from being a writing surface, paper has now become a fully-fledged material. Paper is not only considered as a tool by the designer, but also as a source of creativity. Folded, crumpled, woven, cut, pleated, torn… paper never stops surprising us.

Discover its metamorphosis through the works of the artists of matter who exhibit at the gallery Collection and at the Atelier:

At the gallery Collection you will find:

  • Sandrine Beaudun
  • Isabelle Braud
  • Agnès Debizet
  • Coralie Laverdet
  • Vivienne Maun
  • Miki Nakamura
  • Wabé

At the Atelier you will find:

  • Véronique AGOSTINI
  • Julie AUZILLON
  • ATELIER D’OFFARD
  • CHARLOT ET CIE
  • Sandra CLODION
  • Anne Laure COULLOMB
  • Béatrice DESROUSSEAUX 
  • Maryse DUGOIS
  • Ferri GARCES
  • Laurence LEHEL
  • Jean Michel LETELLIER

Discover the many activities that will take place at the Atelier about the # PAPER exhibition. 


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