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Youri Messen-Jaschin

1981

Youri Messen-Jaschin ([15]) is an artist of Latvian origin, born in Arosa, Switzerland, in 1941. He often combines oils and gouaches. His favourite colors are: strong reds, yellows, greens, and blue. He also works in body painting, exhibiting his works in nightclubs.

Contents

  • Life and works 1
  • Bibliography 2
    • Books - Magazine 2.1
    • Encyclopedic 2.2
    • Theater 2.3
  • Exhibitions 3
  • Gallery 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Life and works

From (1958 - 1962) his artistic studies lead him to the higher national school of fine arts (student of Professor Robert Cami) and to the Practical school of the Sorbonne, division of social sciences (history of art, Professor Pierre Francastel) in Hamburg where he continued to work with artists from northern Germany, collaborating with him on different monumental projects. In 1970, he created a kinetic sculpture for Gould in Eistetten, near the Black Forest in Germany. He took up residence in Bern from 1970 to 1981. His various stays abroad allowed each time to establish a link with artists working in the same artistic movement. Architecture plays an important role in his paintings and sculptures, the search for movement Op Art (kinetic art) in architectural space is a whole, and he could talk about it with Oscar Niemeyer, Burle Marx, in Rio de Janeiro, Otake in Sao Paolo in Brazil, and Clorindo Testa in Buenos Aires. He stayed in Caracas at the end of his trip, where he staged theatre and choreography of his own works which are presented at the Ateneo of Caracas and the VIth Festival Internacional de Teatro, Fundacion Eugenio Mendoza, Asociación cultural Humboldt (Goethe-Institut) and the Alliance Française, 1984. He participated in many international exhibitions and got awards from research in optical art in Italy. His works are in private collections, in national and international museums. He also had the privilege to sell his unique tapestry in the style of Pop art “More Light”. He was enthusiastic about the use of color in this art style. The Contemporary Art Museum Migros in Zurich]] was interested in this work. This tapestry was made in the 1970s in his loft in Zollikofen near Bern in Switzerland. This tapestry belongs to the collection of Migros Vaud Switzerland]]. After a stay of several months in New York, he returned to Switzerland where he took up residence in Bern, where he lived for eleven years. During his stay, he frequently exhibited at the Kunsthalle and other local museums. He created for the Swiss Post, 3 stamps in optical art in 2010.[1] Museums focus on his work: Kunsthaus Zurich, Federal Polytechnic School in Zurich, Cabinet des estampes in Geneva and abroad, the Royal Museum of fine arts in Brussels. The Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam as well as other museums and private collectors in the United States, Japan and Europe buy his kinetic works to complete their collections. 2014 Laboratory of Neuroimaging - University Hospital of Vaud (CHUV) - Lausanne, The 'laboratory of neuroimaging proceeds to imaging using non-invasive magnetic resonance to map and locate the points of brain activity. During this visualization, the application of this process on the participants viewed by "Op Art" will allow locating the effects on the brain.

Bibliography

Books - Magazine

  • 2000 Premio Internazionale di scultura "Terzo millenio" Terra Moretti Editor Fiorenza Mursia/Milan/Italy

Encyclopedic

  • 1987 to 1992 Who's and Who international art
  • 1981 Institut Suisse pour l'étude de l'art, Dictionnaire des artistes suisses contemporains (Swiss institute for the study of art, Dictionary of the contemporary Swiss artists)
  • 1970–1980, 1980–1990, 1990–2000 Editor Huber Frauenfeld-Stuttgart/Switzerland/Germany
  • 1999 Dictionnaire biographique de l'art Suisse, Répertoire des artistes suisses/ Institut suisse pour l'étude de l'art Zurich & Lausanne) (Biographical dictionary of Swiss art, Repertory of the Swiss artists/Swiss Institute for the study of art Zurich & Lausanne) Editor Neue Zürcher Zeitung/Zurich/Switzerland
  • 1990–2008 QUID Editor Robert Laffont Paris/France
  • 2008 Visarte Vaud - 152 creative personalities | Editor League of visual artists and architects Lausanne Switzerland.

Theater

  • 1982 «PSICOTRONICÓ» Caracas; ([16]);
  • 1983 «AH! AH! BARROCO» Caracas
  • 1983 «LA TORTA QUE CAMINA» Caracas; ([17]); ([18]) ;
  • 1964 «EMBRYO» Caracas; ([19]);

Exhibitions

  • 1966 Modern Nordisk Konst Karlstadt, Sweden
  • 1966 Galerie du Vieux-Bourg, Lausanne, Switzerland
  • 1967 Modern Nordisk Konst Göteborg
  • 1968 Musée Rath Geneva (SPAS)
  • 1969 1st Swiss show of contemporary Engraving Musée d'Arts et d'Histoire Geneva
  • 1970 Gould Gmbh Freiburg Germany
  • 1970 Saipa SA Lugano
  • 1970 Moderna Museet (group exhibition) Göteborg
  • 1970 Expo-Form 70 Röhsska Museet Göteborg
  • 1970 Franskacenter Göteborg
  • 1971 Foundation Gould corporation Freiburg Germany
  • 1971 Gewerbemuseum (Trade Museum), Berne
  • 1972 Aktionsgalerie 2, Berne, (Idoles)
  • 1972 Kunstkeller Berne
  • 1973 Müstermesse Basel
  • 1973 Gewerbemuseum (Trade Museum), Berne
  • 1973 Salon des Antiquaires Lausanne
  • 1974 Aktionsgalerie 1, Berne
  • 1973/74 Kunsthalle Berne
  • 1974 Aktionsgalerie 1, Berne; 1974 Semaine culturel Moutier, Switzerland
  • 1974 Kunstmuseum Luzern
  • 1974 Galerie Bertram Burgdorf, Switzerland
  • 1974/75 Kunsthalle Berne
  • 1975 Aktionsgalerie 1, Berne
  • 1975 Gewerbemuseum (Trade Museum), Berne
  • 1975 2ème Salon International de l'architecture d'intérieur Geneva
  • 1975 Leuebrüggli Langenthal, Switzerland
  • 1975 2ème Biennale de l'Humour et du Satire Gabrovo, Bulgaria
  • 1975/76 Kunsthalle Berne
  • 1976 Musée des Beaux-Arts Le Locle, Switzerland
  • 1976 Mostra nazionale de sculptura Vira-Gambarogno, Switzerland
  • 1977 Fondation le Grand Cachot, Switzerland
  • 1977 Kunsthalle Berne (Textil, Glas, Holz, Ton, Stein, Metal)
  • 1977 Musée d'Art et d'Histoire Fribourg, Switzerland
  • 1978 Gewerbemuseum (Trade Museum), Berne
  • 1978 Sculpture en Liberté Nyon, Switzerland
  • 1978 Galerie Henry Meyer Lausanne
  • 1979 Atelier Urs Gerber Spiez Switzerland (Kunst-Gesellschaft Spiez)
  • 1979 Kunstmuseum Berne
  • 1980 Gewerbemuseum (Trade Museum), Berne
  • 1990 "Swissdata" (Müstermesse) Basel
  • 1997 Société de Banque Suisse Renens, Switzerland
  • 1997-1998 Galerie Humus Lausanne
  • 1998 2nd. Angel Orensanz Foundation/Center for the Arts «Installation Art Award» New York
  • 1998 Galerie Bertram Burgdorf, Switzerland
  • 2000 "Plastique" Musée Arlaud Lausanne (SPSAS)
  • 2007 LipanjePuntin artecontemporaneo Rome
  • 2007 Musée de l'Elysée "Tous photographes" Lausanne

Gallery

References

  1. ^ http://www.swisspost.ch/post-startseite/post-privatkunden/post-philatelie/post-philatelie-publikationen/post-philatelie-lupe/post-philatelie-lupe-archiv/ph-lupe-2010-03.pdf

External links

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