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Posts filed under Véronique Champollion

ArtworkS of the Month: The first six of 2021

Before the summer-break, we would like to remind our first six artworks of the month of this year. We had photos, one as preparation for a performance, another reflection on history of photography and one made during a performance. Moreover, there was a collagraphy, an ephemeral installation and a sculpture. These artworks, coming from Belgium,… (read more)

Artwork of the month / March 2021

Satyr (No. 3) Véronique Champollion 2021 Collagraphy on Velin d’Arches paper 170 cm x 100 cm Edition of 5 (all unique pieces) Véronique Champollion’s collagraphy shows a laterally squatting satyr. Acanthus tendrils surround him. In his right hand, the mythological figure holds a bunch of grapes, in his right leading to the mouth a single… (read more)

Artwork of the month / December 2017

Madonna con Bambino (Madonna with Child) Véronique Champollion 2008 Paper (posters), glue, fiberglass and resin 65 cm x 42 cm Representations of Mary have a long tradition in the Christian iconography. Already in the 2nd century, there was the probably oldest Madonna with Child displayed in the Catacombs of Priscilla in Rome. Nevertheless, at that… (read more)

2015 revisited

  Due to our moving to Italy, we only restarted our activities in January 2015. With this the focus is not only on art in public space, but changed more to report on exhibitions and presentation of international artists via the artwork of the month. First we published only on our Facebook website. However, since… (read more)

ArtworkS of the month

For the launch of our new website and for all people who haven’t followed us on Facebook: Here are our first five artworks of the month with their texts in one album. Artists: Gloria Li Mir, Kirsten Klöckner, Margaret Michel, Véronique Champollion and Thyra Schmidt. Find a new artwork of the month in September, here… (read more)

Artwork of the month / May 2015

« Le Printemps de Botticelli » (Botticelli’s Spring) Véronique Champollion 2009 Height: 2,30m Resin, pigments and fibreglass   For the most part of the northern hemisphere there is no doubt that spring has arrived this year. This is the reason I’ve chosen as artwork of May Véronique Champollion’s sculpture “Le Printemps de Botticelli – The Spring of… (read more)