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  • Joël Andrianomearisoa


    The Labyrinth of Passions Act VI, 2016
    Silk paper
    900x300 cm
    Installation view at Mykolas Žilinskas Art Museum. Kaunas, Lithuania
    Courtesy of the artist and Sabrina Amrani Gallery



    The Labyrinth of Passions Act VI, 2016 (Detail)
    Silk paper
    900x300 cm
    Installation view at Mykolas Žilinskas Art Museum. Kaunas, Lithuania
    Courtesy of the artist and Sabrina Amrani Gallery



    Sentimental Negotiations Act I, 2012
    Pocket mirrors and wood
    500x200x100 cm
    Installation view at a private collection. Beirut, Lebanon



    Sentimental Negotiations Act I, 2012 (Detail)
    Pocket mirrors and wood. 500x200x100 cm
    Installation view at a private collection. Beirut, Lebanon



    Desire/Dead Tree of My New Life, 2016
    Prints on paper and printed textile
    130 x 100 cm
    Edition 1/2 
    Courtesy of the artist and Sabrina Amrani Gallery



    History/Stories, 2015
    Prints on paper
    130 x 100 cm
    Edition 1/2 
    Courtesy of the artist and Sabrina Amrani Gallery



    Sentimental garden, 2014
    Textile
    Variable dimensions
    Installation view at Dak’Art Biennale. Dakar, Senegal
    Courtesy of the artist



    Untitled, 2015
    Textiles
    500 x 300 cm
    Courtesy of the artist



    La première aube de l'adolescence avec son délicat épanouissement, sa claire et pure lumière, sa joie pleine d'innocence et d'attente (petit), 2015
    Neon
30x20 cm
Unique Edition
    Courtesy of the artist and Sabrina Amrani Gallery



    Mascarade, 2017
    Denim
    Installation view Cape Town Art Fair. Cape Town, South Africa
    Courtesy of the artist and Sabrina Amrani Gallery



    Chagrin, 2015
    Textiles and metal bar
    51,5 x 80 cm
    Courtesy of the artist and Sabrina Amrani Gallery



    New Horizons VII, 2017
    Textiles
    160 x 150 cm
    Courtesy of the artist and Sabrina Amrani Gallery



    Joël Andrianomearisoa graduated in architecture from the Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture in Paris. In the past three years, he has presented solo exhibitions in Spain, France, England, Belgium, Switzerland, Italy, Lithuania, Morocco, Egypt, Mali, the United States and Brazil, having worked with distinguished curators such as Simon Njami, Marie-Ann Yemsi and Marco Scotini. His works are part of private and public collections such as Zeitz MOCAA (South Africa), National Museum of African Art – Smithsonian Institution (USA), Studio Museum Harlem (USA), Sindika Dokolo Foundation (Angola), Fond Régional d’Art Contemporain – Frac la Réunion (France), Leal Rios Foundation (Portugal), Frédéric de Goldshmidt (Belgium) among many others.

    Joel Andrianomearisoa lives and works between Paris and Antananarivo.




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