From April 13 to June 15, Wilmotte Uk’s gallery welcomes “Ubiquity”, the exhibition of the French artist Miguel Chevalier. Born in 1959, this pioneer of virtual art has been using computer science as a means of expression in the field of visual arts since 1978. His work addresses the question of immateriality in art, as well as the logic induced by the computer, such as hybridisation, generativity and interactivity.
The Wilmotte Gallery at Lichfield Studios is showing in London the exhibition "Relectures": a few of Jean-Michel Wilmotte's projects in interior design, interpreted by Alessandra Chemollo. The photographer explores space in directions allowed by the tilt-shift lens movements, by recreating a unique picture, which is the result of the superposition of several photographs. A real study of the relationship between architecture and museum design, playing on the possible extensions of the field of vision.
Patrizia Mussa exhibits "Le Temple du Soleil" at the Wilmotte Gallery at Lichfield Studios
The Wilmotte Gallery at Lichfield Studios presents the latest exhibition by Italian photographer Patrizia Mussa entitled “Le Temple du Soleil”. Previously exhibited at the Palazzo Morando in Milan and the Villa Savoye by Le Corbusier near Paris, we are proud to host this exhibition for the first time in London. Her photographs capture the essence of the “Ville Nouvelle”, a visionary landscape designed by chief architect and town planner Jean Balladur in the 1960s and 1970s and built from scratch on what was then a deserted expanse of sandy dunes and lagoons on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea near Montpellier.
The exhibition showcases the evolution of this most unusual yet outstanding coastal resort and port along the French littoral zone, listed by the French Government as a twentieth-century heritage site in 2010.
Isola Nova by Philippe Calandre
Wilmotte UK gallery welcomes the photographer Philippe Calandre from September 13 to November 15, 2014. Philippe Calandre imagined a series of new islands in Venice inhabited by large industrial structures mixed with fragments of traditional Venetian architecture.
Jean-Michel Wilmotte and Tristan Hoare are delighted to announce the first UK solo exhibition of Edith Marie Pasquier, Wild Surfaces.
Tristan Hoare and the Wilmotte Gallery present, for the first time in the United Kingdom, an exhibition dedicated to Leonora Hamill, winner of the HSBC prize for Photography.
The ruins of Detroit, Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre
Jean-Michel Wilmotte and Tristan Hoare present photography by Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre..