Jeanne-Susplugas portrait

Artist in residence from July – August & December 2013

Jeanne Susplugas, born in 1974, Montpellier, France.
From video to photography, installation to drawing, Jeanne Susplugas evolves in a seductive and worrying universe with main preoccupations: the  addictions of our everyday life and notion of confinement.

Her work has been shown in different places as Maison rouge – Fondation antoine de galbert, Paris; Villa Medicis, Rome, Palazzo delle Papesse;  Sienna, Fresnoy National Studio, Tourcoing; Musée d’Art Moderne de St Etienne; Palais de Tokyo, Pari ; Musée d’Art Moderne de Grenoble; Centre Pompidou, Paris; PAN, Napoli; KunstWerke, Berlin; Kunstverein Nuremberg;  MOCCA, Toronto among others.
Her films have been projected in numerous places as the 59. International Film Festival (Locarno), 9e Festival Traverse video, Saison vidéo 06, FIAV 04 (Milan), Die 7 Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin, In/Out festival (Prague), Miami International Film Festival, Hors Pistes (Centre Pompidou, Paris) among others.

Her work has been reviewed in magazines and newspapers as Art Pulse, Dare, Art Press, BT, Art in America, New York Times, Le Monde, Libération, UN, La Libre Belgique among others.
Her work is present in many private collections and public collections (FNAC, FRAC Haute-Normandie, FRAC Champagne Ardenne, Chocarro, Fundacio Vila Casas, Barcelona; Artothèque, Musée du verre, Carmaux,)

She is currently represented by Valérie Bach, Brussels and Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo.
For more information on Jeanne Susplugas’ work, please visit her website.

Selected works:

Graal, 2013

15 x 60 cm, dimensions variable

jeanne-all the world's a stage 2013

All The World’s The Stage
cardboard, wheel, woods
dimensions variable

Containers (J.E.), 2010

Containers (J.E.)
markers on paper
42 x 59.4 cm

L’aspirine c’est le champagne du matin 2009 0.5 mx12 m LED

L’aspirine c’est le champagne du matin

50 x 120 cm

Light house, 2009

Light house
LED, aluminium
170 x 160 cm


Pharmacie gazon, 2009

Pharmacy gazon
55 x 44 cm

Container's profit, 2008

Container’s Profit

60 x 90 cm

Sales woman in Bamako 2008 60x42 cm markers on paper

Sales woman in Bamako
markers on paper
60 x 42 cm

La maison malade, 1999-2000

La Maison malade
medicine boxes