Marine Wallon French, b. 1985
Marine Wallon treats colours in landscapes. Each shade that she scrupulously stretches on the surface of the canvas participates in a panoramic expansion. With firmness, she configures uneven grounds with exquisite crusts. Ardour directs her tightrope walking gestures, in readjustment, always on the edge. Her tectonic is chromatic.-- Joel Riff, Art writer, curator, and artistic director of Moly Sabata / Albert Gleizes Foundation
Marine Wallon (b.1985 lives and works in Paris), studied at the Beaux-Arts Paris, where she graduated with an MFA before achieving a Post-Graduate diploma with professor Philippe Cognée. In her practice, the artist captures shots of anonymous travel agencies or travelling documentaries of individuals, which she translates through paintings, rendering the uncontrolled character of nature. Addressing her work as ‘not seductive but rather turbulent and vibrant’, she invites the viewer to reflect on the elusive movement that escapes direct visibility.
Recent solo and group exhibitions include Brasser Caré - duo show with Jennifer Douzenel, Catherine Issert (2021), Empire et Royaume, Art-O-Rama (2021), Figures, Catherine Issert (2021), Apparences (Art Centre, Perpignan), Happy Together, Collection Gilles Balmet (Pavillon Carré Baudoin, Paris, 2021), Fondation Colas (2020).
Upcoming solo exhibitions include a solo exhibition at Centre d'Art Contemporain, Troyes (2022).
Marine was recently selected for the 2020 commission of the Louvre Chalcography.
She was awarded the Moly Sabata prize at the Salon de Montrouge 2019 and had a solo exhibition at the Point Commun, Contemporary Art Centre in Annecy in 2019.
Marine WallonPurple Lime 8 Oct - 13 Nov 2021Stoppenbach & Delestre is pleased to present Marine Wallon’s solo exhibition Purple Lime, which will be on view at the gallery from 8 October until 13 November 2021. Marine Wallon...
Storytelling16 Nov 2019 - 11 Jan 2020Stoppenbach & Delestre is pleased to present ‘Storytelling’, our first exhibition dedicated to ‘Contemporary’ practices on view from 16 November 2019 to 11 January 2020 . The exhibition features three...