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Artists of the exhibition

Nathan Bertet (born in 1997)

A 2023 graduate of the Beaux-Arts de Paris, Nathan Bertet is a French painter who lives and works in Palaiseau. His work has been exhibited in France in group shows : Galerie Jousse entreprise (2024), Galerie du Crous (2023) and in London in 2022 in a duo exhibition. In 2021, he had taking part in the residency 91530 Le Marais, in Val Saint-Germain.

Nicolas Gaume (born in 1995)

Nicolas Gaume is a French painter who lives and works in Ivry sur Seine. He graduated from the Beaux-Arts de Paris in 2021. With Galerie Elsa Meu- nier, the painter has presented two solo exhibitions (2022 and 2023). The artist’s work has also been the subject of a solo exhibition in Montpellier with Galerie Al/Ma, carte blanche to Grégoire Lubineau. His work has also been selected for several group shows in Paris (Galerie Elsa Meunier et Galerie Mathilde Le Coz ; Galerie Myriam Chair, curated by James Bolton ; Galerie John Ferrère, Galerie Sabine Bayasli). His work has also been shown abroad : in Venice, during the 2022 Biennale, with the galleries Mathilde Le Coz & Tancrède Hertzog, and in Lon- don with Siegfried Contemporary and Sapling.


Filip Henin (born in 1986)

Filip Henin is a German painter based in Berlin. His work was the subject of a two solo exhibitions : one at Robert Grunenberg in Berlin (2023) and one online with Painters Painting Paintings (2022).
The artist has also shown his work in several group exhibitions in Germany. Folded Memories will be his very first show in Paris. A selection of his paintings was presented in April 2024 at Art Bruxelles with Robert Grunenberg gallery.

Shanti Shea An (born in 1993)

Shanti Shea An is an Australian artist living and working in Sydney, Australia. She holds a BA in Visual Arts and an MA in Art History and Curatorial Studies (Advanced) from which she graduates in 2019. She is currently pursuing a practice-based PhD in the School of Art and Design at the Australian National University. Her work has been the subject of several solo exhibitions : ANCA Gallery (2023), Canberra ; Airspace Projects (2023). The artist has also shown her work in group exhibitions, including one at Mos- man Art Gallery, Sydney and two at Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne. With Elsa Meunier and Mathilde Le Coz Shanti Shea An is showing her work for the first time in Europe. Shanti Shea An’s work has been shortlisted for the Mosman Art Prize and the artist won the Eloquence Art Prize in 2022.

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