Born in Paris, France.
Lives and works in Maryland, USA.
Master of Arts with honors
(National Art School ‘ENSAAMA Olivier de Serres’
Selected solo exhibitions
Kiasma – Castelnau-le-lez, France (April 4-29, 2019)
La Galerue – Lyon, France (January 7 – February 2, 2019)
Selected group exhibitions
Oct 29 – Dec 30 : ADC Fine Art Gallery – Cincinnati OH, USA
July 29 – Aug 22: ADC Fine Art Gallery – Cincinnati OH, USA
Oct 23 – Dec 23: ADC Fine Art Gallery – Cincinnati OH, USA
June 18 – Sept 5: Gallery 115 – Frederick MD, USA
June 11-21: Mac Paris – Paris, France
April 5-7: Art Nordic – Copenhagen, Denmark
Nov 2-4: Elan d’art – Montpellier, France
May 9-13: Puls’Art – Le Mans, France
April 18-22: Lyon Art Prospect International – Lyon, France
March 11-26: Salon de Croissy-sur-Seine – France
Nov 24-27: Mac Paris – Paris, France
Nov 11-13: Elan d’art – Montpellier, France
ADC Fine Art Gallery – Cincinnati OH, USA – November 2021:
• 2 Purchase Awards
• 1 Blink Award (One Page Spread in Blink Art Resource Catalog – Edition 2022)
Bibliography / Bibliographie :
Blink Art Ressources catalog,
by ADC Gallery, Cincinatti, April 2022.
« MacParis », June 2019
Author: Louis Doucet, Curator of Mac Paris.
« Midi Libre » Daily Newspaper, April 12, 2019.
« Vivre l’art Magazine #5 », June 2018
Author: Lucien Ruimy, Founder and curator of Puls’Art.
« Lyon Art Prospect International #1 », April 2018
Author: Pierre Souchaud, Founder of Artension magazine.
Louis Doucet, Vice-President and Curator of MACparis:
“Jennie Gallaine claims an unstable equilibrium(…) A nervous line, an unexpected drip, the overflow of a gesture can, at any time, turn everything into an unexpected universe, which is, after all, only the revelation of one of the many facets of the Artist’s I.»
Pierre Souchaud, Art critic and Founder of Artension magazine:
“Jennie Gallaine is part of this very current family of young artists for whom the painted representation is a wrenching, a convulsion, a speleological risk-taking in the very entrails of matter, image, gesture, and self.
There is in this young Artist a desire to go back to emotion and matter with constant research for dynamic instability and this perpetual endangerment inherent in creative inventiveness.»
Lucien Ruimy, Founder and Curator of Puls’Art:
“She attacks the canvas with force; the gestures seem to have their control and to be guided by emotion alone. The dynamic of the lines, reinforced by the choice of colors red, emerald green, and black, gives a false impression of instability, of loss of control. Still, it only expresses Jennie Gallaine’s creativity and risk-taking.
You have to let yourself be carried away by the movement and all the sensuality expressed by the Artist. Just the rawest emotion possible to try to get to the truth.»