Jean-Baptiste Bernadet’s references range across a broad spectrum of art historical precedents, from Monet, Vuillard and Munch in the past to Joe Bradley and Josh Smith in the present. Like his forebears in color painting, Bernadet uses the ways that colors, and their interaction, both activate the senses and allow the viewer to reflect back on the nature of that sensory activation, something which we realize in conditioned by both us and the artist being products of a certain time and place.
Summer— • Paris
Signs— • Brussels
Approaches to Abstraction— • Shanghai
By Fire, Ceramic Works— • New York
Hors Saison— • Paris
So Far, So Close— • Brussels
Jean-Baptiste Bernadet and Benoit Platéus, Sea Level— • London, Savile Row
Art Basel 2015— • Basel
The Shell (Landscapes, Portraits & Shapes), A show by Eric Troncy— • Paris
The Coalition for the Homeless - Online Viewing Room
May 26 - June 7, 2020
Almine Rech is pleased to announce a special initiative in collaboration with artists to support the individuals and families who have been impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. A curated online exhibition will open May 26, featuring new works by New Jersey- and New York-based artists:
Justin Adian, Joe Andoe, Jean-Baptiste Bernadet, Todd Bienvenu, Joe Bradley, Peter Halley, Marcus Jahmal, Kurt Kauper, Leelee Kimmel, Jeff Koons, Erik Lindman, John McAllister, Sam McKinniss, Arlene Shechet, Taryn Simon, Vaughn Spann, Genesis Tramaine, Chloe Wise.
There are currently more people homeless in New York than at any time since the Great Depression. Tonight alone, 63,000 people - including nearly 22,000 children - will sleep in NYC shelters. As the nation's oldest advocacy and direct service organization helping homeless individuals and families, the Coalition for the Homeless provides lifesaving support to thousands of homeless and at-risk individuals every single day. Over the past 40 years, the Coalition has developed and implemented humane, cost-effective strategies to end mass homelessness once and for all, and in those four decades has given more than one million homeless New Yorkers a way off the streets.
50% of each sale will be donated to the Coalition.
- Philippe Bouchet, ‘Rencontre avec Jean-Baptiste Bernadet, Connaissances des Arts, February 2020 — 767.6 kB
- Marion Vasseur Raluy, 'Jean-Baptiste Bernadet, une certaine histoire de la peinture', Quotidien de l'Art, November 25th, 2016 — 354.7 kB
- Sam Steverlynck, 'Schilderkunstige Waanzin', BRUZZ, June 24th, 2016 — 1.3 MB
- Sarah Schug, '15 must-see exhibitions during Art Brussels 2016', See You There, April 2016 — 3.1 MB
- Claude Lorent, 'La peinture en séries dans ses variations' Arts Libre (La Libre Belgique) N°316, May 2016 — 1.7 MB
- Dorothée Deyries-Henry, ' Jean-Baptiste Bernadet ' Art Press, May 2016 — 717.5 kB
- Inge Braeckman, 'Jean-Baptiste Bernadet', Hart, May 2016 — 376.3 kB
- ' The Shell ' by Antoine Espinasseau', Frog, Fall-Winter 2015 - 2016 — 6.0 MB
- Olivier Zahm, The Shell, Purple Fashion, Fall/Winter 2015 — 514.8 kB
- Christopher Schreck, 'Studio Visit avec Jean Baptiste Bernadet', Le Saloon — 4.5 MB
- Piero Bisello, 'In dialogue with Jean-Baptiste Bernadet, Conceptual Fine Arts, February 2015 — 598.0 kB
- Meghan Dailey, 'Jean-Baptiste Bernadet The ever-evolving Belgian artist thrives on uncertainty', WMagazine, June 26th, 2014 — 279.1 kB
- Benoit Platéus, Michaël Marson and Antoine Grenez,'Jean-Baptiste Bernadet, The Pure Accident', Behind The Blinds, July, 2017 — 1.5 MB