IN COLLABORATION WITH
Exile Gallery Berlin
Very Flat Constructions is a series of new works by Nathalie Du Pasquier, big oils on canvas made in 2015 and 2016.
Nathalie Du Pasquier was born in Bordeaux and has lived in Milan since 1979. She was one of the founder members of Memphis. She worked in the field of design, developing textiles, carpets, furniture and objects until 1987, when the collective ceased to be active. Since then, painting has been her primary occupation and she has held numerous personal and group exhibitions both in Italy and abroad. She has had two personal exhibitions at Assab One: Quadri a motore and Ensemble. Also for Assab One she created Buzz Box, a project in collaboration with Steve Piccolo, and in 2013 took part in the exhibition Il Viaggio di Roland Ultra.
2017: “Other Rooms”, Camden Arts Centre, London, “BIG OBJECTS NOT ALWAYS SILENT”, ICA, Philadelphia, USA, “From time to time”, Pace Gallery, London, “From Some Paintings”, La Loge, Bruxelles, “Collezioni Private”, Kunsthalle Lissabon, Lisbon 2016: “Quadri Mobili e Immobili”, at Palazzo Gallery, Brescia, “Le mie Credenze” curated by Davide Giannella, Mega, Milan, “Meteorites & Constructions II” Exile, Berlin, “very flat constructions” Assab One, Milan, “big objects not always silent” curated by Luca Lo Pinto, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, 2015: “it is hard to get excited about a growth of less than 3% with no sign of imminent improvement”, Chamber NYC, New York, “The big game”, Exile, Berlin, “construction”, Fotokino, Marseille, “cultura materiale” curated by Elisa Langlois and Pierre Leguillon, Haute Ecole d’Art et de Design, Genève, “tomorrow i could say something else”, curated by Dafne Boggeri, sprint Milan. 2014: “meteoriti e costruzioni” curated by Gèrard-George Lemaire, Institut français, Milan. 2012: “Counting”, 27 prints, Assab One, Milan, Elements (paintings and constructions), Galerie Desaga, Cologne; Chung + Du Pasquier, Fenderesky Gallery, Belfast; Disegni, 121 + libreria extemporanea, Milan. 2011: Drawings, curated by Apartamento Magazine, Librairie Yvon Lambert, Paris; Des ensembles faits des fragments d’un meme monde, galerie Lucien Schweitzer, Luxembourg; Disegni, galleria Antonia Jannone, Milan. 2010: Ensamble, Assab One, Milan; modello 14, galleria PostDesign, Milan; Fuori Tempo, Abitare il Tempo, Verona. 2009: Strumenti vari, curated by Giusi Laurino, Fabbrica delle Arti, Naples. 2008: Teoria allargata dei giochi, curated by Maria Cristina Strati, Galleria Novalis, Turin; Futures, curated by Gianluca Marziani, Camera con vista galleria Romberg, Rome; Russia, Rubicon Gallery, Dublin. 2007: Natures mortes du Craft, Musée du Prieuré, Charolles, France; Chun Eun Mo, Nathalie Du Pasquier, Fenderesky Gallery, Belfast. 2006: Quadri a motore, Assab One, Milan. 2005: le Cadre Gallery, Hong Kong; “life’s commodities” 27 new carpets, galleria Postdesign, Milan. 2004: Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris; Fabbrica del Lunedì, Naples. 2003: Fenderesky Gallery, Belfast; Rubicon Gallery, Dublin; Galleria studio G7, Bologna. 2002: Gallery Art Hotel, Firenze; Antonio Colombo Arte Contemporanea, Milan; Le Cadre Gallery, Hong Kong. 2001: Arte 3, Trieste; Rubicon Gallery, Dublin; Le Cadre Gallery, Hong Kong. 2000: Fenderesky Gallery, Belfast; Rubicon Gallery, Dublin; Antonio Colombo Arte Contemporanea, Milan; Le Cadre Gallery, Hong Kong. 1998: Centre Culturel Français, MIART, Milan. 1997: Antonio Colombo Arte Contemporanea, Milan. 1996: Fenderesky Gallery, Belfast. 1995: Galleria Corraini, Mantua; Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Bahia Blanca; Antonio Colombo Arte Contemporanea, Milan. 1994: Le Cadre Gallery, Hong Kong. 1993: The Fruit Market Gallery, Edinburgh; Le Cadre Gallery, Hong Kong; Galleria Antonia Jannone, Milan. 1992: Le Cadre Gallery, Hong Kong; Galleria Philippe Daverio, Milan. 1991: Le Cadre Gallery, Hong Kong; Centre Culturel Français, Naples. 1990: Galleria Facsimile, Milan. 1989: Spazio Romeo Gigli, Milan; Le Cadre Gallery, Hong Kong; Lumentravo, Amsterdam. 1988: Lumentravo, Amsterdam. 1987: Studio Gallo, Milan; Galleria Antonia Jannone, Milan.