Buildering : Misbehaving the City
Cincinnati (US), 2014 - Houston (US), 2014

Subject Nijmegen (NL), 2014
NY-LUX Luxembourg (LU), 2014
Shots Nancy (FR), 2013
Eldadoro Maximum Strasbourg (FR), 2013
Horsd'oeuvre collection
...Annemasse (FR), 2011 - Dijon (FR), 2012
...Lyon (FR), 2013 - La Motte-Servolex (FR), 2014

Rubbing Glances #3 Nancy (FR), 2011
infra muros Grenoble (FR), 2011
Celebration Berlin (DE), 2010
Géométrie Inversée Marseille (FR), 2010



Paysages Variations 2014
Alum 2014
NY-LUX 2014
Art & architecture 2013
Une décennie Octave Cowbell 2012
Edward Steichen Award 2011
The German Wall 2011
Maisons en kit 2011
Rubbing Glances #2 2011
Issue : Land 2010
5 ans de la Galerie HO 2010
Skulpturenpark 2010
Urban Interventions 2010
Space thinks 2009
Spacecraft 2 2009
Interventions en territoires flottants 2008



Subject - Gesprek Nijmegen (NL), 2014
L'envers de la ville Dijon (FR), 2014
A l'intérieur de la ville Nancy (FR), 2013
Manèges : Paysage urbain Versailles (FR), 2012
Good Game Aix-en-Provence (FR), 2010


May 9, 2011


Rubbing Glances 3

> Exhibition from May 13, to July 24, 2011
Vernissage on May 12, 2011at 7:00pm

Artists : Benjamin Laurent-Aman, Marion Auburtin, Etienne Boulanger, Caroline Froissart, Sébastien Gouju, Harold Guérin, Simon Hitziger, Marie Husson, Marie Jouglet, Jean-François Robardet, Aïda Salahovic, Emilie Salquèbre, Philippe Tytgat


Galeries Poirel
3, rue Victor
54000 Nancy


Currently under construction, Artem-Nancy campus is the alliance, unique in Europe, of three high schools : the national School of art, the Graduate School of Engineering ‘Les Mines’ and ICN Business School. This university construction site is one of the most important in France, both by its dimension and its innovation and opening policy. In this peculiar and ambitious context, the artistic project Rubbing Glances was born, bringing together 13 young artists graduated from the national school of art of Nancy.

The exhibition that takes place in Poirel galleries presents creations that make us discover the influences of the construction site on the work of each artist, outside the framework of a thematic exhibition. Although the artworks may refer to the building site, they generally address notions of their own. They call as much to knowledge, nature, materiality, processing, elevation, construction as to temporality, past and future.

More information > www.rubbingglances.wordpress.com