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Claudie Laks is a French artist born in Algeria in 1952. After her studies at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, she already exhibited at an early age in major institutions such as the Centre Georges Pompidou and the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris. Her paintings are abstract and are defined as the creation of vibrant, colourful territory in an intellectual and sensory world. The titles of her creations emerge during their execution and often refer to literary and philosophical writings of which they become interpretations.

Claudie Laks

EXHIBTIONS (Selection)

2023 Solo show, Galerie Protée, Paris
2023 « Charivari », solo show, Marc Minjauw Gallery, Brussels
2022 “Dans la couleur exactement », solo show, Galerie Stéphanie Caron, Bourron-Marlotte, France
2022 “Et Pourtant”, solo show, Galerie BOA, Paris
2022 “Ce que dit le mur”, solo show, Galerie du Bourdaric, Vallon-Pont-d’Arc, France
2021 “Digressions”, solo show, Marc Minjauw Gallery, Brussels
2020 ArtParis, Galerie Smagghe, Paris
2020 Solo show, Galerie Protée, Paris
2019 “Loeuvre au noir”, solo show, MM Gallery, Brussels
2019 “En attendant Godot”, solo show, Galerie Bruno Lisi, Roma
2018 “No War – Life is precious”, Galerie Lindengrün, Vienna
2017 Solo show, Château de Vianden, Luxembourg
2017 PAD, Jardins des Tuileries, Galerie Protée, Paris
2016 Galerie Kellerman, Düsseldorf
2016 “Abstraction Group Show”, MM Gallery, Brussels
2016 “Claudie Laks, oeuvres récentes”, Galerie Protée, Paris
2015 Maison de la Fédération Européenne de Psychanalyse, Brussels
2015 “Gravures, Claudie Laks, Jan Voss”, Galerie Caron-Bedout, Bourron-Marlotte, France
2014 Art Elysées, Galerie Protée, Paris
2013 “Recouvrement”, Galerie Municipale, Amily, France
2013 “Claudie Laks, oeuvres récentes”, Galerie Protée, Paris


2018 “Les Sénons Off”, Musée de l’Archevêché, Sens, France
2007 Orangerie des Musées de Sens, France
2006 “Choisir sa Ligne”, Musée d’Art Contemporain, Montbéliard, France
1983 “Expression sculpture”, Musée des Monuments français, Fondation Elf Aquitaine, Paris
1983 “Terres d’artistes”, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris
1982 Musée d'Art Moderne, Paris

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