Born in 1968, Pascal Haudressy is living and working in Paris. During a ten year work as cultural project manager for UNESCO, he launched the “Flags of Tolerance” project and he carried out a collaboration with six eminent artists like: Robert Rauschenberg, Gordon-Matta Clarke, and Friedensreich Hundertwasser. Then in 2005, Haudressy decided to devote himself to his artistic work.

Pioneer of a new image format focusing on movement, materiality and immateriality, the Parisian artist of Tatars origin Pascal Haudressy is distinguished by his unprecedented artistic approach. He explores the deep mutations of our world where biological entities ever-increasingly coexist with virtual life forms. Each of his works forms a link between the distant past and the future, nature and human activity, science and myth, Orient and Occident.

Exhibitions

2018 Heart curated by Françoise Paviot Saint Eustache church, Paris, FR
2018 Artistes et robots, curated by Jérôme Neutres and Laurence Bertrand Dorléac Grand Palais, Paris, FR
2017 Interstice Abbaye de Caen, Caen, FR
2017 In Between Irène Laub Gallery, Bruxelles, BE
2017 Water Study Ambassade de France, New York, US
2016 If Cité Internationale de la Tapisserie, Aubusson, FR
2016 If la nature en écho, Musée Dom Robert, Sorèze, FR
2015 Noises Louise Alexander Gallery, Porto Cervo, IT
2015 La NEF Centre d’Art Contemporain, Fontenay-sous-Bois, FR
2014 Saint Francois Art International Istanbul, Louise Alexander Gallery, Istanbul, TR
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