Overview

Nicolas Dubreuille is a multi-faceted abstract artist who likes to multiply mediums - sculpture, painting, drawing, photography - to explore form and colour.

Nicolas Dubreuille's works bring to mind celebrated contemporary artists such as Chillida and Hiquily, but also Kandinsky and Jenkins. They relate to minimalism, Pop art and free figuration. Dubreuille's inventiveness, his way of opening doors between these different paths, between abstraction and figuration, concept and expression, stands for creative and outstanding art. Matrix, geometric, biomorphic and totemic forms are all encased within each other, creating sculptures and paintings that are reminiscent of the human form, but also animals, habitats and architectures.

 

Nicolas studied graphic design and became a self-made artist twenty years ago. Before settling in the South-West of France in 2004, he has lived in Dublin, Milan and spent some time traveling through Asia and Oceania, where he discovered the use of clay, in New-Caledonia. He began by exploring this medium whilst still perfecting his drawing, moving on to sculptures and painting, up to his latest works around transparency.

Works
Exhibitions
Events
Biography

Our gallery has accompanied Nicolas Dubreuille for years and witnessed the evolution of his work, after two catalogues and numerous commissions, some of which are monumental sculptures.

SOLO SHOW / GROUP SHOW

 

2020

K+Y, Paris

 

2019
AAF Battersea Spring
AAF Bruxelles
AAF New York

2018
London Art Fair
Art Up Lille
Art Karlsruhe
Art Market Hamptons
8ème Avenue Art fair
AAF New York, Battersea, Bruxelles

2017
AAF Bruxelles
Art up Lille
AAF Londres
AAF New York
Art Context New York
AAF Hong Kong
AAF Stockholm
AAF Toronto
AAF Amsterdam
AAF Hambourg
AAF Singapour

2016
Art hamptons
AAF Brussels, New York
K+Y, Paris

2015
AAF New York, Singapore, Brussels
K+Y, Paris
K+Y London
Art3f, Nantes
Art3f, Lyon
Art Karlsruhe
Art hamptons

2014
K+Y, Paris
Daudet gallery, Toulouse
AAF Singapore

2012
Elizabeth Couturier gallery, Lyon
Art et emotion gallery, Lausanne

2011
Villa Datris, L'Isle-sur-la-Sorg

 

PUBLICATIONS

Nicolas Dubreuille, Isabelle de Maison Rouge, Art Historian
« Tout en couleur », Pascale Le Thorel, author of the Contemporary Artists Dictionary