Julien Wolf

Vidéaste et artiste peintre, Julien Wolf élabore un travail de recherche entre expressionnisme et peinture faussement naïve.

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Biography

Julien Wolf, a painter and filmmaker who has recently settled in Paris, works with musicians, dancers and storytellers to create live performance projects.

Julien unleashes his pictorial expression on his chosen medium. He enters into a battle with life’s natural or recycled elements: wood, canvas, fabric, netting, gauze, skins, essences, wax, honey, bitumen, graphite, inks and oil; his approach is experimental. He chooses his materials and diffusion effects in brown or red tones, which begin to combine with naïve children’s drawings that are not so innocent.

Exhibitions:

2014:

ST’ART, Strasbourg, France

Scope Basel, Off ART Basel, Basel, June, Switzerland

Exposition collective, Paris, June, France

PULS’ART, April, Le Mans, France

Affordable Art Fair London Battersea, March, England

Affordable Art Fair  Brussels, February, Belgium

2013:

Solo show, galerie Virginie Barrou Planquart, mai, Paris

ST’ART, european art fair Strasbourg, November, France

Affordable Art Fair New York, galerie Virginie Barrou Planquart, October, USA
Galerie Virginie Barrou Planquart, Solo Show, May, Paris, France
Affordable Art Fair  Brussels for JoliMarinNu, galerie Virginie Barrou Planquart, February, Belgium
Affordable Art Fair London Battersea for JoliMarinNu, galerie Virginie Barrou Planquart, March, UK

2012:

Creation of a triptych for the live performance “La Pastorale du Loup”

Collective exhibition “Trajectoires Contemporains” with the painters Alain Danerol and Betrand Méary-Dubois, directed by Christian Baule, in Isère.

2011:

Creation of the fresco “Tristan et Iseut” for the Ensemble Carpe Diem performance at the Athénée in Paris.

Creation of a fresco for LMDES (Alain Thomas) at Saint-Jean-en-Royans

Pictorial performance at the Flaine Alpes auditorium, with Jean-Pierre Arnaud and Laurence Garcin, with Eric Du Fay’s Petites Mains Symphoniques

2010:

Exhibition as part of a collective of painters in Berlin at Humboldt University

2009:

Pictorial performance in “Le Triptyque du Pâtre”, scripted and re-adapted by the oboist Jean-Pierre Arnaud

Video-music installation with the Ensemble Carpe Diem at Le Club Cinema in La Côte-Saint-André

Residence in La Côte-Saint-André (Grenoble), including a live orchestral performance by musicians from the Ensemble Carpe Diem and the Paris Conservatoire