Raphaël Thierry

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Raphaël Thierry (1972) is a French visual artist, painter and illustrator. He displays his work on various media such as drawings, paintings, sculptures, performances, installations and develops his artistic practice under multiple identities. Raphael Thierry lives between Paris and Avignon, France.

Biography[edit]

Born in Tunisia in 1972, Raphaël Thierry grew up in the South of France. He moved to Paris in 1990 where he studied graphic design at the Académie Julian. Graduated with honors from the École Supérieure d’Arts Graphiques Met de Penninghen in 1994 and recipient of the Villa Medici grant in fine art at the French Academy in Rome in 2004, he decided to focus exclusively on his artistic work. He produced numerous exhibitions and performances while developing his artistic practice under multiple identities. He has worked for many years with the writer and philosopher Federico Nicolao with which he published in 2004 the book la Medesima Ombra. During his stay at the French Academy in Rome, he met the composer Jerome Combier, with whom he will sign several visual performances during the concerts of Vies Silencieuses. In 2008, he created the duo ©® with the French director Christian Volckman (Renaissance), an artistic collaboration source of a series of thematic films and exhibitions named THEFLOW. In 2010, he produced the paintings and the video for the Frank Wedekind's play : Lulu- une tragédie monstre directed by Stéphane Braunschweig at the Théâtre national de la Colline.

Under the name of Rapharty, he creates and illustrates a collection of books for children : les aventures de Superchien ( The Superdog Adventures ) since 2000.

Education[edit]

  • 1994 - Gold Dragon - Graphic Design master's degree, ESAG Met de Penninghen - Académie Julian, Paris - France.

Awards[edit]

  • 2005 - Recipient of the Villa Medici grant and residency in Fine Art, French Academy in Rome - Italy.
  • 2004 - Prize Met de Penninghen, Award 2004, Paris - France.

Solo exhibitions[edit]

  • 2011Window, Bernard Chauchet Contemporary Art, London - United Kingdom.
  • 2011Holyfood with Christian Volckman, Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami - United States.
  • 2011Ein blick in der Büchse, Galerie ALFA project, Paris - France.[1]
  • 2011Holyfood with Christian Volckman, Olivier Waltman, Paris - France.
  • 2010Caverne, Campredon Centre d'art - hors les murs, L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue - France.
  • 2010Ardet In Hostem, Musée de Campredon, Centre d'art, L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue - France.
  • 2010THEFLOW FOOD with the French director Christian Volckman, La Passerelle, Fontevraud Abbey - France.[2]
  • 2010Amor Fati, La Maison sur la Sorgue, Galerie Annie Lagier, L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue - France.
  • 2009Variations,Thirteen Langton Street Gallery, London - United Kingdom.
  • 2009THEFLOW HUNT with the French director Christian Volckman, One Shot Gallery, Paris - France.[3]
  • 2007Fields of Dust, Espace Carte blanche Gallery, Paris - France.[4]
  • 2007Identita # 1, Art Container Gallery, Rome - Italy.[5]
  • 2006Fra i tuoi colori le ombre, Royaumont Abbey - France.[6]
  • 2006Visions in dust, Atelier del Bosco, Villa Medici, Rome - Italy, curated by Federico Nicolao, exhibited books : Etudes and La Medesima Ombra.[7]

Group exhibitions[edit]

  • 2011 - Art London, Bernard Chauchet Contemporary Art Gallery, Chelsea, London - United Kingdom.
  • 2011 - Drawing Now Paris, Galerie ALFA, Paris - France.
  • 2011 - Art Chicago, Galerie Olivier Waltman, Chicago - United States.
  • 2010 - Art Paris, Galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris - France.
  • 2010 - Art Miami, Waltman Ortega Fine Art Gallery, Miami- United States.
  • 2010 - Art London, Bernard Chauchet Contemporary Art Gallery, Chelsea, London - United Kingdom.
  • 2010 - Blitz, ALFA Gallery, Paris-France.[8]
  • 2009 - Art London, Bernard Chauchet Contemporary Art Gallery, Chelsea, London - United Kingdom.
  • 2008 - Art London, Thirteen Langton Street Gallery, Chelsea, London - United Kingdom.
  • 2007 - Art London, Thirteen Langton Street Gallery, Chelsea, London - United Kingdom.
  • 2006 - The landscape of the mediterranean, with Vincent Bioulés, Antoine De La Boulaye and Pierre Buraglio, Thirteen Langton Street Gallery, Chelsea, London - United Kingdom.
  • 2005 - À la Surface - Notte Bianca, with Mirjam Fruttiger and Jérôme Combier, Grandes Galeries, Villa Medici, Rome - Italy.[9]
  • 2003 - Parcours de l'Art, Saint-Louis Cloister, Avignon-France

Performances[edit]

  • 2011 – Reflexions with Mara Dobrescu and Ràzvan Popovici, Sonoro - 6th, Bucharest - Romania.[10]
  • 2010 – Traces with Sylvain Lemêtre and Jérôme Combier, Nuit des Musées, L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue - France.[11]
  • 2009 – Vies silencieuses, Contemporary Music Festival, Bludenz - Austria.
  • 2009 – Dust Visions, Thirteen Langton Street, London - United Kingdom.[12]
  • 2008 – Vies silencieuses, Archipel Music Festival, Geneva - Switzerland.
  • 2007 – Blank Pages, Espace Carte Blanche Gallery, Paris - France.
  • 2007 – Identita # 1, Art Container Gallery, Rome - Italy[5]
  • 2006 – Vies silencieuses,Royaumont Music Festival, Royaumont Abbey - France.[13]
  • 2005 – Silent lifes - Vies silencieuses, Why Note Music Festival, Dijon - France, with the French composer Jérôme Combier.[14]
  • 2005 – À la surface, Notte Bianca, Grandes Galeries, Villa Medici, Rome - Italy.

Publications[edit]

  • 2010 – Corps, Sillages Éditions, Vaucluse - France
  • 2008 – Épreuves du Mystère, Édition Éreme, Paris - France
  • 2007 – Etudes I and Etudes II, with the writer Federico Nicolao
  • 2005 – Version Magazine : Coloring Book with Mircea Cantor
  • 2004 – La Medesima Ombra, Éditions Io, Paris- France, with the writer Federico Nicolao.
  • 2003 – Exercice de style, in Chorus n° 1, Genoa - Italy.
  • 2003 – Aube in Pensée art contemporain, Barcelona - Spain.
  • 2001 – Mistral,Polaire, Ici et là and Joyeux Noël, Les aventures de Superchien, Magnard jeunesse, Paris - France.
  • 2001 – Air de printemps, Parfum d'automne, Ami d'hiver and Soleil d'été, Les aventures de Superchien, Magnard jeunesse, Paris - France.
  • 2000 – Solitude, Pleine Lune, Déluge , Mirage, De passage and Papillon Vert, Les aventures de Superchien, Magnard jeunesse, Paris - France.

Press[edit]

  • 2010 – " Blitz" in Artpress n°371 - France.[8]
  • 2008 – Festival Archipel in Tribune de Genève, Geneva -Switzerland.
  • 2007 – Raphaël Thierry, Fields of Dust in Paris Art - France.
  • 2007 – Identita in Exhibart - Italy.
  • 2007 – Il libro d’artista, un oggetto del futuro in Domus n° 895- Italy.[15]
  • 2006 – Nelle stanze dei giovani talenti Che sognano in grande, La repubblica delle donne, n° 496 - Italy.[16]
  • 2005 – La Villa Médicis, un théâtre où tout reste à inventer, in Point de vue magazine, n° 2991 - France.

Reference List[edit]

  1. ^ "Ein Blick in der Büchse". www.arts-spectacles.com (in French). 
  2. ^ "l'image en mouvement - FOOD - Christian Volckman, Raphaël Thierry - Entretien" (PDF). www.abbayedefontevraud.com (in French). 
  3. ^ "THEFLOW HUNT". actu.penninghen.fr (in French). 
  4. ^ "Fields of Dustv- 25 mai-31 juil. 2007 par Par Magali Lesauvage". www.paris-art.com (in French). 
  5. ^ a b "Identita # 1" (PDF). www.exibart.com (in Italian). 
  6. ^ "Fra i tuoi colori le ombre". www.royaumont.com (in French). 
  7. ^ "Visions in dust". www.villamedici.it (in French). 
  8. ^ a b "ARTPRESS". galeriealfa.com (in French). 
  9. ^ "A la Surface Expo-installation : Raphaël Thierry Jérôme Combier". www.villamedici.it (in French). 
  10. ^ "Sonoro 6th Festival International de Musica de Camera". www.sonoro.ro (in Romanian). 
  11. ^ "Traces Klaus Ramka & Sylvain Lemêtre". www.vimeo.com. 
  12. ^ "Variations performance". www.chauchet.com. 
  13. ^ "Saison musicale de Royaumont - Abbaye de Royaumont - du 21 Août 2006 au 15 Octobre 2006". www.evene.fr (in French). 
  14. ^ "Cycle 'Vies silencieuses' (2004-2006)". brahms.ircam.fr (in French). 
  15. ^ "Il libro d'artista, un oggetto del futuro". domusweb.it (in Italian). 
  16. ^ "Nelle stanze dei giovani talenti Che sognano in grande". dweb.repubblica.it (in Italian). 

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