Eligere Gallery 55, Apgujeong-ro 79-gil, B1, Gangnam-gu, Seoul , Korea
Bouillot’s debut solo exhibition in Korea is entitled Pomme, meaning apple in French. The exhibition features women placed in the center of the Garden of Eden, the birthplace of humanity and life. The consciousness of the exhibition theme derived from his observation as a father, who had his first daughter last year, on the growth of his child, her future as a woman, and the role and identity of a woman next to a man. https://kiaf.org/insights/13527
From March 10, 2022 to April 2, 2022 Cohle Gallery 17 Rue Victor Massé 75009 Paris 9
GROUP EXHIBITION BY GEOFFREY BOUILLOT, IMON BOY AND BENJAMIN CABRAL AT THE COHLE GALLERY IN MARCH
A brand new group exhibition opens in March at the Cohle Gallery, featuring three rising artists: Geoffrey Bouillot, Imon Boy and Benjamin Cabral. She takes the viewer on a unique journey through the themes of emotion, comfort and identity. The works presented by the three artists are teeming with stylized figurative subjects inviting us to enter their worlds. On view from March 10 to April 2, 2022
Geoffrey Bouillot and Mark Posey are in "Blur Mode" @ GR Gallery, NYC GR Gallery // January 14, 2022 - February 06, 2022
It feels like time is a blur, and the art should reflect the times. Months, weeks, days... they all continue to take on new meaning as the pandemic has ebbed and flowed, and we don't seem to look at the clock in the same way. So to call a two-person showcase Blur Mode seems ideal for these times, which is exactly what GR Gallery in NYC has done with their new dual show of works by Geoffrey Bouillot and Mark Posey. Blur Mode aims to exhibit the creative output of these exceptionally gifted artists that, through a common passion for imaginary still-life and landscape, specific aspects of nowadays latest life practice, a unique color palette and a hint of surreal perception, reinterpret the contemporary culture in two peculiar ways. This exhibition, esthetically characterized by Mark vibrant, bright and bewitching style, and Geoffrey’s more gloom, contemplative and immersed approach, starts a discussion around contemporary topics such as, cultural isolation, self-referential artistic approach, aesthetic demystification, technical virtuosity and psychological conflicts.