Antoine Langenieux - Villard

Antoine Langenieux-Villard places the question of the surface and the support at the heart of his investigations, employing varied techniques such as sewing, collage and transfer procedures. 

He reveals the pictorial plane as an assemblage of diverse elements, bringing together previously painted materials, fragmented gestures and remnants from earlier works. 

Langenieux graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2017 where he was awarded the Queen’s Scholarship Award (2016), The Phoebe Llewelyn Smith Award (2016) and the Kate Barton Painting Award (2017). 


His exhibitions include: Drawing on not knowing at the British Museum (2016), ‘In Residence’ at the Griffin Gallery (2017), 

Notes on Painting at the Koppel project (2017) and ‘Surfaced’ at the Thameside Gallery.