Xavier Veilhan (1963) is a French artist who lives and works in Paris
Xavier Veilhan (1963) is a French artist who lives and works in Paris. He returns to Paris to finish his studies in 1989 at the Institut des hautes Etudes en Arts plastiques.
Xavier Veilhan - Ligh. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Xavier Veilhan - Light Machines.
For this, I chose to adapt my Light Machines, a series of work that I have been developing for a few years now. Enlarged to the scale of the venue, the piece becomes a wall of light that illuminates the atrium.
Light Machine (Music), 2015. Electronic components, leds, metal, plastic material. Xavier Veilhan’s sculptural interventions are bold and transfixing, while complementing existing architecture and altering how viewers look at their surroundings
Light Machine (Music), 2015. Xavier Veilhan’s sculptural interventions are bold and transfixing, while complementing existing architecture and altering how viewers look at their surroundings. His Architectones series pays tribute to Kasimir Malevich's Architectons, three-dimensional models that blend architecture with philosophy.
Xavier Veilhan has created an acclaimed body of work defined by his interest in. .Xavier Veilhan - Films & performances. Monograph & artist book.
Xavier Veilhan has created an acclaimed body of work defined by his interest in both the vocabulary of modernity and classical statuary. Discover Xavier Veilhan at Perrotin. 2015 - Music, Galerie Perrotin, Paris, France - Music,Galerie Perrotin, New York, USA - Horizonte Verde, Galeria Nara Roesler, Sao Paulo, Brazil - Cedar, Andréhn-Schiptjenko, Stockholm, Sweden - The Skater, a permanent sculpture at Amore Pacific, Osan, South Korea.
From moving platforms to swinging lights and a gigantic orb flying over the auditorium, Veilhan creates a choreography especially for machines, as if the theatre apparatus has come to life, to dance for us. Matching Numbers, 2015.
Flag as Inappropriate. Xavier Veilhan emerged in the early 1990s as one of the leading artists of his generation. A string of exhibitions, showcasing every aspect of his unique plastic vocabulary, ensured his international fame. Le Plein emploi, with texts by Michel Gauthier, Patrick Javault, Hakan Nilsson and John Welchman (in French and English), exhibition catalogue, Musée d’Art moderne et contemporain, Strasbourg, 2005.
Xavier Veilhan, Le Mobile, 2009, Veilhan Versailles. What others are saying. Juste un petit Mobile, parfait. jesuisperdu: sculpture with simple materials, a sunset book, lane books, 1966 stopping off place . mauvais gout (sometimes). Sculpture With Simple Materials, A Sunset Book, Lane Books, 1966. Courier Mobile by Hotchkiss.