DÉ Martine

France | 1953


Martine Dé was born in 1953 in Saint-Maur. She studied art with engravers and painters. She exhibits mainly in the Paris region and at the Salon d’Automne.

Her paintings are fascinating studies on perspective and color. The artist’s work contradicts our fundamental perception of stability and perception through the juxtaposition of colors. De’s paintings have a dystopian character that captivates the viewer’s eye. She uses a non-linear perspective to question the gaze in society. Her paintings enrich everyday life and renew what is familiar with an astonishing vivacity.

Career Highlights

2015 Exhibition in Brussels (Belgium) at the “Brussels-Paris” fair by the Galerie Beauté Du Matin Calme

2008 “Dream of Escape”, Mona Lisa Gallery, Paris. “Hello Tokyo”, Tokyo.

2007 “To Devil Vauvert”, for That the Devil Takes Me, in Paris. The artwork appearing in the short film Léna Perdu “The Shadow of the Painter”.

2006 “Currents of Arts”, arts workshops of Saint-Maur.

2001 “La passerelle en fête”, at the art workshops of the City of Saint-Maur: conception of the interlude of the opening and exhibitor.

1999 “Paintings”, Espace Paul Valery, Le Plessis Treviso, at the invitation of the Artists of the Gateway

1998 “Dressed / undressed” with Fanny VIOLLET and Isabelle LITSCHIG, at the Atelier du Regard, Saint-Maur


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