Hell has become paradise

Hell has become paradise

New AICA Kiosk, Avenue Marie-Thérèse, Luxembourg city. Part of the group exhibition “The present is yours, the future is mine”.

Between text and image, Isabelle Marmann’s drawings plunge the viewer into a dense and vibrant chromatic universe

Between text and image, Isabelle Marmann’s drawings plunge the viewer into a dense and vibrant chromatic universe
New works at KHN

New works at KHN

10.03 – 2404 2015, Kulturhaus Niederanven, Luxembourg. Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday: 2pm – 5pm. Entrance free. www.khn.lu  

Mudami Card 2014/15. Illustration for the Musée d’Art Moderne Grand Duc Jean membership card.

Mudami Card 2014/15. Illustration for the Musée d’Art Moderne Grand Duc Jean membership card.

The spirit of Mudam.

Liquid drawings, made up of tiny vibrating particles of matter

Liquid drawings, made up of tiny vibrating particles of matter
“D’abord, il faut que la terre s’arrête”, installation views

“D’abord, il faut que la terre s’arrête”, installation views

Centre des Arts Pluriels d’Ettelbruck (CAPe), Luxembourg
2013
Photographs by Rémi Villaggi

Untitled, 2012, 4 colour screenprint

Untitled, 2012, 4 colour screenprint

Limited edition silkscreen print of an unpublished drawing, for the Luxembourg based design studio apart, produced by the Bikini silkscreen studio in Brussels

None can disappear

None can disappear

Drawings inspired by John Berger’s essay “Why Look at Animals?” (1980), text Lucien Kayser,
published by Galerie im Traklhaus, Salzburg, 2011

“A vol d‘artiste, Luxembourg-Salzbourg”, exhibition views

“A vol d‘artiste, Luxembourg-Salzbourg”, exhibition views

Espace Monterey, BGL BNP Paribas, Luxembourg,
Galerie im Traklhaus, Salzburg,
2011

Untitled, april 2011, pencil on paper

Untitled, april 2011, pencil on paper

An edition for d’Lëtzebuerger Land, a weekly newspaper,
N° 18, 6 May 2011, page 23
at the invitation of Josée Hansen

“Moon”, exhibition views

“Moon”, exhibition views

Photographs by Andres Lejona,
2011

The exploration of limits

The exploration of limits

Four questions from Thi Chi N’Guyen, 

March 2011

2011, A mysterious tale of men and mountains

2011, A mysterious tale of men and mountains

Edition of postcards (12 motifs), 2011, printed in offset and relief varnish on recycled paper, 10×15 cm

Drawings featured in the “Moon” exhibition

Drawings featured in the “Moon” exhibition

Centre d’art Dominique Lang, Dudelange, Luxembourg,
 2011


”Moon” in the press


”Moon” in the press

“Of subtle little tales”, Thi Chi N’Guyen, Tageblatt, 12 & 13 March 2011
“The empty and the full”, France Clarinval, Le Quotidien, 9 March 2011

“Elo. Inner exile – outer limits”, exhibition views

“Elo. Inner exile – outer limits”, exhibition views

Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean (Mudam Luxembourg),
2008

The search for a simple, clear stroke, the reduction of the line and the precision of the colour push the drawing towards a certain authenticity. Not in the sense of a literal representation, but of a fantasy which feels right.

The search for a simple, clear stroke, the reduction of the line and the precision of the colour push the drawing towards a certain authenticity. Not in the sense of a literal representation, but of a fantasy which feels right.
2008, Elo

2008, Elo

Edition of postcards (9 motifs), 2008,
printed in offset and relief varnish on recycled paper,
 10×15 cm,
production Mudam Luxembourg

“Le vent picotait mes joues” (The Wind Was Stinging My Cheeks), 2009

“Le vent picotait mes joues” (The Wind Was Stinging My Cheeks), 2009

Kiosk, Place de Bruxelles, 

at the invitation of the Aica – International Association of Art Critics – Luxembourg section, 

curator: Paul di Felice

Book in a box

Book in a box

A text by Romina Calò, in the “Lëtzebuerger Land” of 11 December 2009, on the installation “Le vent picotait mes joues” at the Aica Kiosk, Place de Bruxelles

Between yogi, tortoise and Bambi… the refined universe of Isabelle Marmann

Between yogi, tortoise and Bambi… the refined universe of Isabelle Marmann

A text by Paul di Felice concerning the project “Le vent picotait mes joues” on lacritique.org

Untitled (Je m’évapore), 2009

Untitled (Je m’évapore), 2009

colour pencil on paper,

20.5×14.5 cm,
private collection

The Aica Kiosk project “Le vent picotait mes joues” as seen by Bohumil Kostohryz

The Aica Kiosk project “Le vent picotait mes joues” as seen by Bohumil Kostohryz

A commission for a photographer, 2010

Filmography, 2007

Filmography, 2007

Exhibition “Roundabout – Refreshing Art”, Rotonde 2, Luxembourg, curator: Christian Mosar
The installation includes 6 postcard display stands with 6800 postcards (17 motifs in 400 exemplars) offered to visitors

2007, Filmography

2007, Filmography

Edition of postcards, (17 motifs), 2007, printed in offset and relief varnish on recycled paper, 10×15 cm, produced by Luxembourg and the Greater Region, European Capital of Culture 2007

Foundfaces, 2004-2006

Foundfaces, 2004-2006

A series of 365 portraits

Interview

Interview

with Alexis Juncosa,
Nico Magazine,
April 2006