Françoise Ley (LUX), 2017-18

Born on 04/04/1977 in Luxembourg.

After studying literature and history in Freiburg, Germany, Françoise began intensive studies at the European Academy of Art in Trier (D) (2005-2006). Since the end of 2014, Françoise has been working as a professional artist in the 1535°, a creative centre in Differdange, Luxembourg

Françoise's work is a narrative work that invites the observer to look closely and dive into the different layers, the different stories, and the many details of the paintings.

Gestural moments run alongside graphic elements, and components of great strength and energy coexist with very sensitive elements. Imaginary elements that take us back to our childhood dreams are found side by side with geometric shapes. She likes to "switch the expected associations" (Michèle Destarac).

Literature, especially poetry, and in general any oral or written expression, has a great influence on his work.

 

Exhibitions and public events

2017      

  • Beyond the Fire ("What matters most is how well you walk through the fire." Charles Bukowski), Cercle Munster, Luxembourg (LUX)
  • Art2Cure, Galerie de l'Indépendance, BIL, Luxembourg (LU)
  • Exhibition of artists residing in Differdange, Gallery H2O Obercorn (LUX)
  • Luxembourg Art Week (LUX)

2016      

  • HouseMix, House 17, Luxembourg-City (LUX)
  • Boyu Culture Center, Shanghai (China)
  • Exhibition of resident artists, Gallery H2O Obercorn (LUX)
  • Museum of Tiananmen Square, Peking (China)
  • Songzhuang Art Gallery, Bejijing, (China)

2015

  • Art Nordic, Copenhagen (DK)
  • Biennale d'Art contemporain de la commune de Strassen (LUX)
  • Exhibition "La liberté d'expressions" organized by the Cercle Artistique du Luxembourg at the Musée de la Résistance, Esch-sur-Alzette (LUX)
  • Salon International de la Madeleine, Paris (F)
  • Exhibition of artists residing in Differdange, Gallery H2O Obercorn (LUX)
  • Aulnay-sous-Bois Autumn Fair (F)
  • EuropArtFair, Rotterdam (NL)

2014     

  • Ralph Weis (LUX)

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