Mixed media, 59.1" (Inch)
Mixed media, 59.1" (Inch)
Suspension, black oak pole
Biography of Jean-Paul Muslin.
Jean-Paul Muslin was born in Paris in 1948. After studying at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts de Paris (1965-1971) and at l'UER de scénographie de la Faculté de Censier (1968-1971), for a long time his professional career embraced the visual arts and spectacular works.
The visual arts
Juin 2014, 1ère exposition depuis la reprise d'activité: 9ème foire d'art actuel- VO/ Eragny sur Oise-95
Drawing, sculpture, engraving, medal engraving, thirteen editions of the Monnaie de Paris portfolio (from 1978 to 2001), collective and personal exhibitions.
La Hune Brenner gallery, Paris 2001, two portfolios, engravings, personal exhibition. From 1995 to 2009, portfolios and engravings were on display at the gallery.
CRAC Selection, Champigny 1998, sculptures Sélection ERCA 93, Montreuil 1996, sculptures.
La Hune Brenner gallery, Paris 1995, portfolio, engravings, personal exhibition.
British Museum in London, FIDEM 1993. A direct carving presented by the Monnaie de Paris, “Carnival de Venise”, works prize winner in its category.
On several occasions between 1985 and 1995, the Monnaie de Paris presented works by Jean-Paul Muslin: Bucharest, Colorado Springs, Montreal,
UNESCO, Paris 1992, sculptures.
Hôtel de la Monnaie de Paris, 1991, drawings and engravings. Exhibition of the group around Raymond Corbin.
Brussels 1990, group exhibition, sculptures.
“Grands et jeunes d'aujourd'hui”, Stains 1988, sculpture.
Paris June 1987 - Espace Passion/La Villette: Multidisciplinary exhibition and event focusing on sculpture (JP.Muslin), clothing design (Michel Schreiber), photography/performance photogrammetry (Evelyne Coutas), writing (Pierrette Blutte-Muslin). Posters and communication by Crédit agricole d'Ile de France.
Galerie Ona, Paris 1986, Espace Delpha group exhibition, Paris 1986.
Galerie Tendances grises, Paris 1985 - sculptures, drawings, Espace Delpha personal exhibition, Paris 1985.
Theatre/television/teaching between 1972 and 1997.
Théâtre de l'Œuvre, Karsenty tours, Théâtre National de Chaillot (under the management of Jerome Savary), in particular. General authority, decorations, scenography.
Started in 1972/1973 with Yves Bonnat and Jacques Boson (cultural barge project) as assistant scenographer.
Antenna 2, TF1, SFP - Decorations, technical advice.
Founded in 1975, with Roger Turban, adviser to the Ministère de la Culture, the Centre de Formation des Techniciens du Spectacle. Teaching there (decorations/costumes) until 1995.
Teach perspective, analytical drawing in PREPA schools.