1. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 152, 2018
    Oil on Canvas
    130 x 160 cm (diptyque)

    Collection particulière
  2. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 154, 2017
    oil on canvas
    146 x 114 cm
  3. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 158, 2017
    oil on canvas
    162 x 260 cm (Diptyque)
  4. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 157, 2017
    Oil on canvas
    146 x 114 cm (framed)
  5. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 155, 2017
    Oil on canvas
    146 x 114 cm (framed)
  6. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 145, 2017
    Oil on canvas
    172 x 141 each cm (framed)

    Collection Claudine et Jean-Marc Salomon
  7. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 144, 2017
    Oil on canvas
    176 x 136 cm (framed)

    Collection particulière
  8. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 137, 2017
    Oil on canvas
    176 x 136 cm (framed)
  9. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 149, 2017
    Oil on canvas
    116 x 96 cm (framed)
  10. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 135, 2017
    Oil on canvas
    116 x 96 cm (framed)
  11. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 110, 2012
    oil on canvas
    246 x 369 cm
  12. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 97, 2011
    oil on canvas
    123 x 123 cm
  13. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 90, 2010
    oil on canvas
    246 x 369 cm
  14. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 124, 2013
    Oil on canvas
    129 x 129 cm

    Collection particulière
  15. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 125, 2014
    Acrylique sur toile
    186 x 211 cm
  16. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 118, 2013
    Oil on canvas
    129 x 129 cm

    Collection particulière
  17. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 109, 2012
    oil on canvas
    123 x123 cm

    Collection privée
  18. Jérémy Liron
    Paysage 43, 2007
    oil on canvas
    123 x 123 cm
  19. Jérémy Liron
    Enlèvement Bernin, 2015
    Les archives du désastre
    Pierre noire et huile sur papier
    40 x 30 cm (encadré)
  20. Jérémy Liron
    Couple Kolbe 6 , 2015
    Les archives du désastre
    Pierre noire et huile sur papier
    40 x 30 cm (encadré)
  21. Jérémy Liron
    Les archives du désastre 26, 2015
    Les archives du désastre
    Pierre noire et huile sur papier
    40 x 30 cm (encadré)


Introduction

Jérémy Liron's art is required by the idea of presence. If he has set his heart on the peripheral world of the city and has chosen to retain a whole inventory of deserted architectures, sometimes "arranging a little vegetation", it is because they offer themselves to be seen in "an opaque presence" and ensure it at once of silence, plumbness and timelessness.

Jérémy Liron's paintings are constructed according to a minimal mode that plays with a sensitive geometry, subtle effects of light and shadows, frontal planes and vanishing lines. They also call upon the mechanism of memory. Time is suspended, space fragmented. Nothing is delivered in a descriptive crudity; everything is a suggestion, even an evocation in the sense that his painted images deliver like a muted tone, coming from a memorable distance.


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