Hervé Constant’s book Inner LANDSCAPES, Paintings & Poems is now available to buy, Edition of 150, £10. http://www.herveconstant.com.
Hervé Constant is a London-based French artist.
He was born in Casablanca, Morocco.
Hervé’s work is a mixture of different interests, and social and
Recent projects involve videos, photos, and sounds and Artist’s Books.
His book ‘Killing’ was part of a show displayed at Kaleid Editions London Plasto-Baader-Books Exhibition of Unique Artists’ Books 2009. His work is on show in the collection of MONA, Museum of New Art, Detroit USA. A sound recording of his was included in ‘Sound Fetish’ WPS1 at the Venice Biennale 05 and is now part of the Archive of MOMA New York. His short film video called ‘Run’ was selected by the Hayward Gallery London as part of the 60-second Surreal; the projection took place at the National Film Theatre.
Recent projections have taken place at FEST’AFILM Festival du film Montpellier and ‘Visions in New York City’ Gallery Macy NY.
The Pitzer Art Galleries based in Claremont LA presented ‘WRIT LARGE’, an Installation.
He has participated in several artists’ residencies in many parts of the world. Two of Hervé’s videos were presented at Villa Borghese, Pietro Museum Roma in 2014.
In 2015 Hervé was invited to participate in the Havana Biennale, the work was presented at the Faculty of Art History at the University of Havana.
His recent solo exhibition took place in Camberwell London at GX Gallery in June 2018. In October 2021 Hervé had a solo exhibition at ZONE: Pelouse Interdite Milan Italy. The exhibition toured to studio.ra Rome November 2021.
Most recently his artwork was shown at TAM – Torrance Art Museum Los Angeles – 18 July – September 2020.
This August 2022 Hervé attended an artist-in-residence in Odzun, Armenia. Exhibitions including his artworks took place in the capital of Yerevan at the Russian Art Museum and Aslamazian sisters Museum in Gyumri.
Later, this year his paintings will be on display under the title MEDITERRANEUM at Galerie du Tableau, Marseille, Museo Archeologico Altamura, and Ferdan Yusufi Gallery, Istanbul (Oct to December 2022).