Jean Pierre Muller

Jean Pierre Muller has developed a process that tends to assume the relation to painting as well as integrating elements of contemporary culture that oppose it. His work, given rhythm by colour, is essentially urban.
Playing on cross-purposes, Muller endeavours to confuse visual, cultural and conceptual issues. Photography, drawing, silk screen, painting merge, gestural and mechanical interventions meet to offer a vision of the world with numerous readings, combining History of art and consumption subcultures.
And so has his work taken multiple forms, small intimate pictures or monumental paintings, volumes or triptych fences, until integrating the surrounding space (the creation of a temple to the city for the exhibition in the Museum of Contemporary Art in Saragossa, …)
His work may be born from a personal research, but he cares about its encounter with the audience.
Collaborations and confrontations with other creators play a particular part in his work’s evolution. The addition of musical interactivity to paintings offers him a way of extending the attention given to the visual image beyond the statistical two seconds granted to most museum works. And it creates from this fusion a new kind of art object - a musical painting.
See also : http://jpmuller.be

13 Nov

jpm at zedes

zedes art gallery :: jean pierre muller :: 14.11 - 13.12 2008

17 Nov

Jean Pierre Muller solo show in Brussels

[ Zedes Art Gallery, 17/11 - 17/12/2005 ]

15 Oct

Jean Pierre Muller solo show in Rome

JP Muller, Circles, Rome, 15-28 Oct. 2005

16 Sep

some news from the The High LLamas

Sept 23 Sat Dublin Venue Whelans
Sept 24 Fri Cork Venue An Crúiscín Lán in Douglas St
These are 2 of only 3 shows the High LLamas played in 2005. All too rare.
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The High Llamas will start recording the follow up to Beet Maize and Corn this month. We expect [...]

14 Dec

Muller & Muller à l’International Art Gallery

Muller & Muller, Jacques & Jean Pierre, Father & Son - Exhibition in Belgium