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 Fleur de Peau, exhibition, Laure Debrosse et Marie de la Ville Baugé

Programme parallèle de la Biennale de la Photographie de Moscou 2016, Curator Lera Agafonov 

На поверхности, Лор Дебросс и Мари де Ла Вилль Боже

в рамках параллельной программы Фотобиеннале 2016, Куратор Лера Агафонова 

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Collective show ''БелымСнегомЯпою‬", KvARTira10, Moscow, February 2016

 

Moscow Kaleidoscope 2.0'', installation, Ribinsk Museum of Fine Arts, Russia, October 2015

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''Moscow Kaleidoscope 2.0'', installation, Ariskin Studio, Yaroslavl, Russia September 2015

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Intervieuw in Russian : here

Flakon Zavod, July 2015, installation

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Moscow Museum of Modern Art Petrovka, Moscow June-August 2015

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art, in collaboration with the Trilingual Centre for Children P’tit CREF, presents an international student project Paris – Berlin – Moscow. The Contemporary City. The exhibition has already taken place in Paris and Berlin. Now it is the turn of Moscow with the final stage of the project. 

The French artist Marie de La Ville Baugé has made a fresco painting specifically for the Moscow exhibition, using the photos of the project participants and her own artworks. Focusing on the Russian capital, the artist provides a multifaceted perspective of contemporary Moscow, comprising the impressions of different generations about the city. The photographer Ivan Pustovalov will present a photo series, where he has first worked with children, creating austere portraits in the style of Rembrandt. Kim Kegelev will display several graphic works as well as a motley photo collage from the city life scenes children captured on film camera. His large-format works on kraft paper evoke the moral courage and strength of character of a person who manages the landscape of her urban environment on her own. Here people are actors performing among the scenery made by their proper hands.
 

Solo exhibition, Izo gallery, Moscow, June 2015

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Interview in French in ''Le Courrier de Russie'', May 2015

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‘’Moscow Kaleidoscope 2.0’’, December 2014 -March 2015KvARTira10 NTO Art Space, Moscow Russia

How do you communicate what you see?  What did the engraver Jean Deville observe during his trip to Moscow in 1961? How, the painter, Virginie d’Epenoux who has been travelling extensively in Russia since the 70’s sees the Muscovites in the crowd. And what, if any of these observations are present in the  outlook of their daughter and granddaughter, Marie de la Ville Bauge, who finds herself living in Moscow fifty years later. In what way does the art of grandfather, mother and granddaughter speak to each other, and is this a language we can understand? This is the enigma of Moscow Kaleidoscope.

This exhibition is prolonging the Moscow kaleidoscope shown at the French Consulate during summer 2014 where Marie and her grand-father Jean Deville, famous engraver of the 20th century, were walking together with art as their pilgrim stick. They are silently exchanging views about Moscow in the 60’s and today, observing the eclipses of history, obscuring by its dramatic shadows or reveling by light the metamorphosis of the city.

This perception of Moscow though a kaleidoscope is here developed. And one generation is slipping into the story, Virginie d’Epenoux. Virginie, Jean’s daughter and Marie’s mother is a discreetly extravagant painter who developed her own technique of portrait painting on porcelain.

Инсталляция «Московский калейдоскоп 2.0.»  в квАРТира10, Арт-пространство  

Арт-пространство квАРТира10 | НТО и Marie de La Ville Baugé приглашают вас на выставку французской фотохудожницы Marie de La Ville Baugé «Московский калейдоскоп 2.0»

Выставка работ Marie de La Ville Baugé «Московский калейдоскоп 2.0» является более масштабным продолжением выставки «Московский калейдоскоп»,состоявшейся в Генеральное Консульство Франции летом 2014 годагде были представлены работы Marie и ее деда Jean Deville – известного французскогогравера 20 века.

Как передается взгляд на мир? Что увидел гравер Jean Deville во время своей поездки в Москву в 1961 году? Какую часть его мировоззрения пятьдесят лет спустя унаследовала его внучка Marie de La Ville Baugé, которая живет в Москве и не знала своего деда? Как лица москвичей в течение путешествий в Россию начиная с 70-х годов вдохновили маму Marie - художницу Virginie d'Epenoux на создание серии эмоциональных портретов на фарфоровых панно? Каким образом художественные произведения, созданные на основе одних и тех же образов, перекликаются между собой? Можем ли мы понять их язык?

Инсталляция «Московский калейдоскоп 2.0.» в квАРТира10 погружает в атмосферу любимого города и позволяет почувствовать его многогранность и экспрессию. 



Espace des Blancs Manteaux, Paris, November 2014, Russian Litterature Fair

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NB Gallery, Moscow, November 2014, ''Eclipse'', opening the 6th of November 2014

This exhibition is prolonging the Moscow kaleidoscope shown at the French Embassy during summer 2014, where Marie de La Ville Baugé and her grand-father Jean Deville – famous engraver of the 20th century – were walking together with art as their pilgrim stick, silently exchanging views about Moscow in the 1960’s and today. 

This perception of Moscow though a kaleidoscope is here developed. Marie is observing the eclipses of history, obscuring by its dramatic shadows or reveling by light the metamorphosis of the city.  

МЕТАМОРФОЗЫ. Выставка работ французской художницы Мари де Ля Виль Боже

Эта выставка является продолжением инсталляции «Московский калейдоскоп», показанной в Посольстве Франции в течение лета 2014, где французская художница Мари де Ля Виль Боже представила свои работы. Основанные на обработке своих фотографий и гравюр своего дедушкиизвестного гравера Жана Девиляработы

Мари словно рассказывают историю впечатлений Жана, побывавшего в Москве в 1961 году, и проводят параллель с восприятием его внучкой Москвы сегодняшней. Словно посох странника, искусство помогает пройти художнице этот странный пространственно-временной путь, от внучки к знаменитому деду. С помощью различных техник, в которых работает Мари, она наблюдает драматическую историю города и его метаморфозы, где темные трагические тени и яркие лучи света и добра сменяют друг друга


''Moscow Kaleidoscope'', Installation, French Embassy, Russia June-August 2014 -read here-

How do you communicate what you see?  What did the engraver Jean Deville  observe during his trip to Moscow in 1961? And what , if any of these observations are present in the  outlook of his granddaughter, Marie de la Ville Baugé, who never knew her grandfather, but finds herself living in Moscow fifty years later. In what way does the art of grandfather and granddaughter speak to each other, and is this a language we can understand? This is the enigma of Moscow Kaleidoscope.

Jean Deville was one of the greatest engravers of the 20th century. He is famous for his haunting images of the starving Christ.  He was very interested in Russia and in particular the Soviet Union and decided to travel alone to the USSR in May of 1961 to watch the military parades.


Publication in 2014 in the Yearbook ''Regards de l'Observatoire franco-russe'', editions du Cherche-Midi


Manej Moscow, VDNKh Exhibition Center, May 2014


Exhibition at l'Ecole d'Art de vivre a la française, April 2014


Ruinard Champagne event, February 2014


Jaguar-Land-Rover Boutique, Moscow, December 2013


Arty afternoon, Moscow, 15th of December 2013


Dom Karo, Moscow, exhibition June-September 2013


Stephanie Tchetverikov gallery, Moscow, spring 2013