Exposition de peintures et de variations numériques d'Isabelle Venet

Exhibition of paintings and digital variations by Isabelle Venet

Cultural, Exhibition, Modern/contemporary art, Painting, Digital art in La Ciotat
  • Isabelle Venet is a painter from La Ciotat. You can discover or rediscover her many works at this magnificent exhibition at the Galerie Barissardo.

  • Here is her artistic career and her main exhibitions.

    Isabelle Venet graduated from the Beaux Arts in Tourcoing (1975-1980). Following her studies, she created models for fabrics (boubous), painted giant tarpaulins (Rochas, Renault) and opened an art school.

    For the last 20 years, Isabelle Venet has exhibited in galleries and contemporary art fairs in France and abroad: Germany (Berlin, Bremen, Prum), Belgium (Tournai, Brussels, Courtrai), China (Beijing), Denmark (Copenhagen), Spain...
    Here is her artistic career and her main exhibitions.

    Isabelle Venet graduated from the Beaux Arts in Tourcoing (1975-1980). Following her studies, she created models for fabrics (boubous), painted giant tarpaulins (Rochas, Renault) and opened an art school.

    For the last 20 years, Isabelle Venet has exhibited in galleries and contemporary art fairs in France and abroad: Germany (Berlin, Bremen, Prum), Belgium (Tournai, Brussels, Courtrai), China (Beijing), Denmark (Copenhagen), Spain (Sarria), Israel (Tel Aviv), Italy (Florence, Venice, Padua), Japan (Tokyo), Tunisia (Sfax). So many stages that allow us to follow his paradoxical search between matter and spirit.

    Presentation of the artist

    Isabelle Venet's painting skillfully combines her vision of the earth, its beauties, and her vision of human beings who, in passing, leave their mark. Her painting is somewhere between figurative and abstract. Her approach, between construction and deconstruction. Her technique, engraving, painting, collage, to inscribe a mysterious writing. Her inspirations are travel, encounters, emotions and spirituality. She leads us into a space where colours and materials collide and harmonise, opening the way to a rhythmic and meditative universe.
  • Environment
    • Town location
    • Pedestrian area
    • In the historic centre
  • Spoken languages
    • French
Schedules
Schedules
  • From July 11, 2024 until August 8, 2024
    Open On Tuesday, On Wednesday, On Thursday, On Friday, On Saturday, On Sunday
    * From Tuesday to Saturday, from 11am to 1pm and from 5pm to 7.30pm Sunday from 11am to 1pm
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