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From a minimal, formal expression at the outset, Dan Barichasse’s painting has evolved to evoke the mineral, the vegetable, the animal and the human. After the acquisition of a minimal work by the Fonds national d’art contemporain in 1981, the artist featured in the 1982 exhibition organised by the ARC at the Musée d’art moderne, “Travaux sur papier”, alongside Jean Degottex and Martin Barré. In 1989, he was also selected to exhibit at the École des beaux-arts de Paris as part of the “Le paysage dans l’art contemporain” competition, alongside Zao Wou Ki, Olivier Debré, Jenkins and others.

In recent years, his work has been characterised by the use of a highly distinctive, extremely fluid technique. They have been shown in France and abroad, notably in Belgium, Spain, Israel and Quebec, in some thirty solo exhibitions and numerous group shows. Dan Barichasse’s work can also be found in the collections of the Fonds national d’art contemporain, the City of Paris, the Musée d’art et d’histoire du judaïsme and the Institut du monde arabe.

The artist has also collaborated on cultural and artistic events with a multidisciplinary approach, working with historians on the theme of memory, psychoanalysts on questions of origin, and poets on the illustration of various collections. He has been involved in initiatives to raise awareness of art among a wide range of audiences, including schoolchildren, young people in difficulty and mentally handicapped adults.

Exhibitions at the gallery


Solo show




Figures de l’invisible, 2018