Promoting French contemporary artists in the United States

"Je est un autre..."

Arthur Rimbaud

revisited by Gaëtan de Seguin



When the "I" is a part of a crowd, alone or together? Mixed Media on canvas and Moucharabieh 

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On the Wall Bis 

by Richard Unglik


A tender, playful and contemporary view of the classical and pop culture with Playmobil characters





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by Philippe Bréson



Unflinching series of World War I battlefields one century later.


Silver gelatin photography

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Fabulous Animals

by Hervé Maury 




Animals are staring at us,

always with the same round eyes,

amazed at what they see.

Depth with mixed materials from sands,

marble dust, ochers and other minerals. 



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 Albert Camus' Nuptials on canvas


by Hervé Maury 

A series of textuel paintings

celebrates the 70th anniversary of French writer

and Nobel prize winner's one and only trip in the United States.

Hervé Maury's textuel paintings exalt happiness, self-awareness, memories, sun, sea heat and nature.   

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Portrait commission 

by Guillaume Ortega


Striking, mischievous and playful patchwork of your loved ones' life 


Canvas with paints, glue and varnish

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Corps & âme

by Philippe Bréson



An inner experience of the body's representation


Silver gelatin photography

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by Caura Barszcz


The passage of time plays with a wreck,

revealing a composition of vibrant colors

which continuously changes



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L'eau et les rêves

Water and Dreams 

by Sabine Jaccard


Chosen scenes where children metamorphose into pure joy. They are a dance; they are a game; they are a scream; they are childhood. They are simply themselves, in the superlative.


Silver gelatin print