Anne de Villeméjane
Established French sculptor and painter,
Anne de Villeméjane, was born in Paris and now lives in New York.
Anne’s ethereal figures are both fragile and powerful at the same time.
Her work reflects the expression of human nature, evoking strong emotions.
Anne’s restless sense of adventure leads her to experiment with various raw materials.
She uses a mix of media, including bronze and crystal, cement and metal, plaster,
acrylic and resin to create intriguing works of Art.
Her play on textures translates into a sensorial journey.
Moving to Boston in 1999 after a successful business career in Europe
at L’Oréal and Chanel, Anne embraced her childhood passion for Art and transitioned
to being a professional artist.
She therefore studied extensively at various Art schools,
including the Massachusetts College of Art, the Museum School of Boston,
Harvard College and de Cordova Museum.
She is now represented in a number of galleries internationally.
In 2014,Anne was also commissioned to create the audience award for the New York Film Festival “ In French with English Subtitles”.
In 2019, Anne has been coopted as a member of the National League of American Pen Women.
BELSKIE museum-NJ- (2019)
Art Market Hamptons- Emmanuelle G gallery (2019)
Gallery des Artistes –PA/USA (2019)
JPHT gallery –Paris (2019)
The affordable Art Fair NYC –Emmanuelle G and Insight Artspace galleries (2019)
Texas Contemporary-_Emmanuelle G gallery (2018)
Vivendi gallery-Paris (2018)
Art Market Hamptons-Emmanuelle G gallery and Gallery M (2018)
Scope New York-S Artspace Gallery (2018)
Dialogue exhibition-NYC-Artemisia Gallery (2017)
Art Market San Francisco-Michele mariaud gallery (2017)
NYC affordable Art Fair-Michele Mariaud gallery (2017)
Art Southampton-Gallery M (2016)
Art Palm beach-Mark Hachem Gallery (2016)
Art Southampton-Mark Hachem Gallery (2015)
Art Hamptons-Gallery M (2015)
Art Wynwood Miami –Mark Hachem Gallery (2015)
SOFA Chicago-Modus Gallery (2015)
Art Aspen –M Gallery (2014)
Art Southampton –Mark Hachem Gallery (2014)
Scope New York –Mark Hachem Gallery (2014)
Art Miami –Mark Hachem Gallery (2014)
Art Wynwood –Mark Hachem gallery (2014)
Scope New york-Mark Hachem gallery (2013)
CAP Kuwait-Mark Hachem gallery (2013)
Art Palm beach-Vivendi gallery (2013)
Mark Hachem gallery-Beirut, Lebanon –SOLO show (2013)
Mark Hachem Gallery-Paris, place des Vosges –SOLO show (2012)