MELANCOLIE DE LA CONSOLATON, article by Aurélie Barnier
Le Quotidien de l’Art, May 11th 2023
From March 29 to July 24, 2023 | Public opening on March 28 at 7pm
Artistic direction and scenography of the exhibition by Laurent Pernot
Curated by Marie Lavandier, director of the Louvre-Lens; Vincent Pomarède, special advisor to the president-director of the Louvre; Marie Gord, regional curator at the Louvre-Lens
MONDES NOUVEAUX – Domaine National de Saint-Cloud
Official opening on Monday, March 6 at 4:00 pm
Public commission, as part of the Mondes Nouveaux program, the Centre des Monuments Nationaux presents the work Je me souviens by Laurent Pernot in the Horseshoe Basin until September 30, 2023
ENCHANTING THE EARTH
Château du Rivau, Lémeré
Group exhibition from April 1 to November 12, 2023
With Calder, Max Ernst, Erik Dietman, Giuseppe Penone, Lothar Baumgarten, Thomas Houseago, John Isaacs, Gilbert & George, Patrick Van Caeckenberg, Pierre et Gilles, Bianca Biondi, Nicolas Darrot, Lionel Estève, Rachel Labastie, Fabien Merelle, Gloria Friedmann, Julien des Montiers, Frank Scurti, Mimiko Türkkan, Christine Viennet. etc.
SCULPTURE ON THE ISLAND – RETURN TO THE SOURCES
Group exhibition from June 1 to October 1, 2023
With Sara Favriau, Louis Guillaume, Eric Samakh, Laurent Tixador, Tatiana Wolska, etc.
Curated by COAL
EXPERIENCE POMMERY | FOREVER
Group exhibition from April 15, 2023 to February 15, 2024
Curated by Fabrice BOUSTEAU
MOVEMENT & LIGHT
VILLA DATRIS Foundation, L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue
Group exhibition from May 19 to November 1, 2023
With Andrea Bowers, Angela Bulloch, Pol Bury, Alexander Calder, Elias Crespin, Philippe Decrauzat, Olafur Eliasson, Dan Flavin, Liam Gillick, Jeppe Hein, Carsten Höller, Jenny Holzer, Ann Veronica Janssens, Anish Kapoor, Emmanuel Lagarrigue, Guillaume Leblon, Julio Le Parc, François Morellet, Iván Navarro, Jean-Michel Othoniel, Philippe Parreno, Keith Sonnier, Takis, Jean Tinguely, James Turrell, Gregorio Vardanega, Victor Vasarely, Xavier Veilhan, Peter Vogel, Haegue Yang, etc.
SAINT LAURENT RIVE DROITE Paris & Los Angeles
Exhibition from December 13, 2022 to January 12, 2023
213 rue du Saint Honoré, Paris
469 Rodeo Drive, Los Angeles
LE TEMPS DE LA GRÂCE, article by Arthur Dreyfus
In ART PASSIONS, number 71
From December 16, 2022 to March 20, 2023
With Adolphe Braun, Paul Cabaud, Victor de Gaudemaris, Luigi Ghirri, Véronique Hubert, Gabriel Loppé, Paul Mysse, Walter Niedermayr, Gina Pane, Eric Poitevin, Christian Poncet, Georges Tairraz, Henri Cameré, etc.
From October 16 to 23, from 12am to 8 pm, at 7 avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt, Paris 8th
Under the direction of Nadia Candet
It is under the theme of “Lifelines” that Private Choice celebrates its 11th edition.
A unique moment in the intimate setting of a historical place that offers the possibility to choose and acquire art and design works from more than 40 creators from all over the world.
WE ARE MISERABLE, BUT LOVE, SUDDENLY, SAVES US
From September 10 to October 8, 2022
Marguo Gallery, Paris
Galerie Marguo is very pleased to present We are miserable, but love, suddenly, saves us, an exhibition of new paintings and text-based works by Laurent Pernot, on view from 10 September – 8 October 2022.
The Romantic poets sought to articulate the monumentality of nature and historical time through the subjectivities of the individual, experienced via minute impressions and emotions that shape the human condition and our experience of this world. Pernot’s work echoes the Romantic impulse to synthesize the ordinary and sublime through lyricism and metaphor.
From June 11th 2022 to January 1st 2023
Château Malromé 33490 Saint-André-du-Bois
Laurent PERNOT/ Aurélie BARNIER
From the meeting of these duos will be born critical texts that will be published in “Le Quotidien de l’Art” through a monthly column throughout the year 2023.
UN MUSÉE A SOI
MRAC Sérignan | Musée Régional d’Art Contemporain
From October 15, 2022, to march 19, 2023
Curated by : Elisabeth Camilleri, Dominique Cros, Sonia Debeuré-Provost, Maxime Husson, Matthieu Supernant, Nathalie Tersier and Nicole Vidal
Under the artistic direction of Mathilde Monnier
Scenography : Dominique Figarella
This is an unusual approach for a museum: entrusting a choreographer and a group of patients from the Béziers day hospital, the Art. 27 group, with the task of imagining an exhibition based on the museum’s collections. The relevance lies in the challenge of assigning artistic responsibility to a group of enlightened amateurs, but also to a group of people who are often invisible in society. This project answers the question: how to invent and live an intimate, personal and perhaps secret link with exposed works, how to expose oneself while exposing. Mathilde Monnier
With Farah ATASSI, Per BARCLAY, Neïl BELOUFA, Nadia BENBOUTA, Karina BISCH, Io BURGARD, Armelle CARON, Eléonore FALSE, Julien GARNIER, Ann Veronica JANSSENS, Stéphane MAGNIN, Olivier MOSSET, Stéphane PENCRÉAC’H, Laurent PERNOT, Maxime ROSSI, Chéri SAMBA, Gérard TRAQUANDI, Francisco TROPA, Raphaël ZARKA, TURSIC Ida & MILLE Wilfried, JUGNET+CLAIRET, Cindy COUTANT
L’ETERNITE DEVANT SOI
The first sculpture installed as part of the MONDES NOUVEAUX program was inaugurated on April 30, 2022 in the presence of Philippe Bélaval, President of the CMN, Edward de Lumley, Director of Cultural Development, Bernard Blistène, President of the Artistic Committee, and Bernard Le Magoarou, Administrator of the archaeological site of Glanum. It will be visible until the end of 2022.
Archaeological site of Glanum 13210 Saint-Rémy-de-Provence
THE BIG TOUR
MANDET MUSEUM, RIOM
July 1, 2022 – January 8, 2023
Curated by Mathias Courtet
With Ronan Bouroullec, Damien Cadio, Olafur Eliasson, Charles Fréger, Matthieu Gicquel, Constance Guisset, Alice Guittard, Arthur Hoffner, Guillaume Sardin, Ettore Sottsass, Cyril Zarcone, etc.
THE NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE, 5 May 2022
LIBERATION, April 24, 2022
Laureate of the MONDES NOUVEAUX public commission program, initiated by President Emmanuel Macron, who appointed Bernard Blistène, former director of the Musée national d'art moderne - Centre Pompidou, to chair the committee responsible for selecting and supporting the selected projects.
Artistic Committee: Bernard Blistène, Ronan de Calan, Lucie Campos, Julien Creuzet, Rebecca Lamarche-Vadel, Bruno Messina, Caroline Naphegyi, Chloé Siganos, Noé Soulier
Among the other laureates are Joël Andrianomearisoa, Jean-Marie Appriou, Ivan Argote, Eric Baudelaire, Oliver Beer, Hicham Berrada, Mohamed Bourouissa, David Brognon and Stéphanie Rollin, Isabelle Cornaro, Dewar & Gicquel, Cyprien Gaillard, Fabien Giraud & Raphaël Siboni, Loris Gréaud, Julien Prévieux, Chloé Quenum, Stéphane Thidet, etc.
More information to come in 2022
Exhibition at the Marguo gallery and in the Arnaud Beltrame garden
From September 25 to October 31, 2021
MARGUO GALLERY 75003 PARIS
Hotel Windsor, in partnership with the Forum of Foreign Cultural Institutes in Paris (FICEP)
From December 3 to 5, 2021
With ORLAN (featured artist in the lobby), Estera Tajber (Polish Institute), Clara Thomine (Centre Wallonie Bruxelles), Valentina and Sandrine (Italian Institute), Mircea Cantor (Romanian Cultural Institute), Marissa Viani and Yanieb Fabre (Mexican Institute), Anastasija Sosunova (Lithuanian Institute), Mike Bourscheid (Luxembourg Institute), Saliou Diop (La Korsa, Senegal), Maksaens Denis (Laboratorio Arts Contemporains), Ken Kobland (Argos Distribution), Raphaël Bottiveau (Collection Quemin), Keiko Beckers (Collection Fassyat), Christian Marclay (Collection Lambert), Marie-Claire Messouma Manlanbien (Caisse d’Epargne), Sarah Meyohas (Prix Opline), Laurent Pernot (Images Passages) and the artists in residence: Corine Borgnet, Keiko Courdy, Ittah and Yoda, Nagham Hodaifa.
LE VENT SE LÈVE
From March 6, 2020
Group show with Virginie Yassef, Charlotte Charbonnel, Angelika Markul, Dove Allouche, Evariste Richier, Hicham Berrada, Joana, Hadjithomas et Jalil Joreige, Ali Cherri, Philippe Mayaux, Eric Poitevin, Jean-Luc Moulène, Pierre Malphettes, Marion Verboom, Christian Boltanski, Enrique Ramirez, Clément Cogitore, Bruno Serralongue, Lola Gonzàlez, Stéphane Thidet, Tatiana Trouvé, Thu Van Tran, Gina Pane, Laure Prouvost, Benoît Maire, etc.
MAC VAL MUSEUM, Vitry-sur-Seine
Cover for the new single by Vanessa Wagner
Released October 12, 2021
A rare composition for piano written by electronic pioneer Suzanne Ciani
After Inland (2019), the French pianist continues her exploration of the post minimalist repertoire at the edge of several styles, between Brian Eno, Suzanne Ciani, Nico Mulhy or Caroline Shaw. An invitation to an introspective and luminous journey, where the tone of the acoustic piano resonates with purity and sensuality
Specific production, acquired by the VRANKEN POMMERY collection
From June 3rd to November 15, 2021
Group exhibition curated by Nathalie Vranken, Catherine Delot, Fabrice Bousteau
DOMAINE POMMERY, REIMS
SUMMER PIECES – MALBUISSON QUADRIENNALE
Specific production, outdoor sculpture
From June 12 to September 19, 2021
City of MALBUISSON
August to November 2021
Specific production, outdoor sculpture
Curated by COAL
CITY OF ANGLET
From October 18 to 24, 2021
Under the direction of Nadia Candet, an imagined and ephemeral contemporary collection of art and design
7 Avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt, Paris 8
AU GRÉ DES MOTS
Public commission, Françoise Héritier college, Noisy-le-Sec
Permanent installation and publication of a specific book
Inauguration Fall 2021
Production ADIM & General Council of Seine-Saint-Denis
THE TASTE OF ART – PART II
From May 1 to November 1, 2021
With Pierre Ardouvin, Mat Collishaw, Damien Deroubaix, Lionel Estève, Richard Fauguet, Ali Kazma, Cécile Hartman, Fabien Merelle, Vincent Olinet, ORLAN, Irving Penn, Till Rabus, Antoine Roegiers, Satoshi Saîkusa, Georgio Silvestrini, Gavin Turc, etc.
CHÂTEAU DU RIVAU, Lémeré
Laurent Pernot joins Marguo Gallery, co-founded by Vanessa Guo, formerly Director of Hauser & Wirth’s activity in Asia, and Paris art dealer, Jean-Mathieu Martini, opened in October 2020. The program at Galerie Marguo focuses on emerging artists from around the globe with a strong Franco-Chinese element, stemming from Guo’s experience building artist relationships in Asia and a desire to provide greater visibility to Asian artists in Europe. Exhibitions are presented in a refurbished historical military complex on Rue des Minimes in the heart of the Marais district. Sited inside of a beautiful courtyard, Galerie Marguo is in close proximity to The Centre Pompidou and other international galleries in an area known as the center of Parisian arts and culture.