1. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 173, 2019
    Oil on canvas
    130 x 97 cm
  2. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 167, 2019
    Oil on canvas
    116 x 89 cm
  3. Jérémy Liron
    Sans titre, 2020
    Oil on canvas
    46 x 38 cm
  4. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 164, 2019
    Oil on canvas
    162 x 130 cm
  5. Jérémy Liron
    Sans titre (agave), 2019
    Oil on canvas
    100 x 81 cm
  6. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 128, 2014
    Huile sur toile
    123 x 123 cm
  7. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 151, 2017
    Oil on canvas
    132 x 105 cm (framed)
  8. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 149, 2017
    Oil on canvas
    116 x 96 cm (framed)
  9. Jérémy Liron
    SMDF 2, 2019
    Oil on canvas
    46 x 38 cm
  10. Jérémy Liron
    Sans titre, 2020
    Oil on canvas
    46 x 38 cm
  11. Jérémy Liron
    SMDF 1, 2019
    Oil on canvas
    46 x 38 cm
  12. Jérémy Liron
    SMDF 3, 2019
    Oil on canvas
    46 x 38 cm
  13. Jérémy Liron
    Sans titre (mur rouge), 2019
    Oil on canvas
    65 x 54 cm
  14. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 158, 2018
    oil on canvas
    162 x 260 cm (Diptyque)
  15. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 152, 2018
    Oil on Canvas
    130 x 160 cm (diptyque)

    Collection particulière
  16. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 145, 2017
    Oil on canvas
    172 x 141 each cm (framed)

    Collection Claudine et Jean-Marc Salomon
  17. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 134, 2016
    Oil on canvas
    167 x 127 cm
  18. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 124, 2013
    Oil on canvas
    129 x 129 cm

    Collection particulière
  19. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 97, 2011
    oil on canvas
    123 x 123 cm
  20. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 91, 2010
    oil on canvas
    123 x 123 cm
  21. Jérémy Liron
    Habiter #01, 2019
    Oil painting on paper
    51 x 41 cm
  22. Jérémy Liron
    Habiter #03, 2019
    Oil painting on paper
    51 x 41 cm
  23. Jérémy Liron
    Habiter #06, 2019
    Oil painting on paper
    51 x 41 cm
  24. Jérémy Liron
    Habiter #21, 2019
    Oil painting on paper
    51 x 41 cm
  25. Jérémy Liron
    Habiter #22, 2019
    Oil painting on paper
    51 x 41 cm


Introduction

The geometric patterns evoke a distant memory with light and dark tones. Melancholic language, modern architecture that recalls Le Corbusier, the landscape nevertheless seems to be distorted. Zigzagging trunks, shifted perspective, these places seem heavy with meaning and memories. They evoke a three-dimensional pictorial and mental space. The artist's canvases are somewhat reminiscent of Cézanne, with this south of France, its stretched touches of materials, its drips. We find a paradoxical mixture between urban landscape and vegetation, between light, warmth and rigidity. Jérémy paints like an writer. He uses the figurative, but only to deconstruct reality, to offer a vision, an epiphany. And to reveal the form and not the substance: it is the form that tells the story.

"For a little over ten years now, I have been pursuing a series of paintings entitled Landscape(s), which is the most identified part of my work. This series develops into a collection of paintings that are often similar in format and resemble fragments where architecture in its relationship with landscape or vegetation plays the leading role. Still, behind the initial appearance, which is sometimes anecdotal, what interests me is more impalpable and relates to something that could be named "feeling of presence" and which investing our gaze. What is looking, what is catching an image within the space of a gaze, what passes through the gaze or puts it into perspective? »

"Jérémy Liron: perception of an inevitable void", by Marie Zimberlin in Virtute, May 2019 (extract)


Jérémy Liron was born in 1980 in Marseille.
He lives and works in Lyon.

His works are present in many private and public collections, including the Paul Dini Museum, the Hôtel des Arts de Toulon, the Colas Foundation, the Salomon Foundation, the Société Générale collection, the collections of the cities of Lyon and Vénissieux, as well as several artothèques in France.

Jérémy Liron is also the author of numerous literary and poetic works, both on his own practice as a painter and on the work of other artists. His work has also been the subject of numerous publications, including the most recent, Récits, pensées, dérives & chutes, which has just been published by L'atelier contemporain (text by Armand Dupuy, preface by Marc Desgrandchamps, interviews, 2020).

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