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Selected Press – Agathe Simon

“Compelling Work.”
Artforum International Magazine | New York City

One of the “Top 5 Things To See at Nocturne: Art at Night
CBC News | Canada

“A fascinating exhibition, a phenomenal work.”
Lara Szabo Greisman, French Institute of Stockholm | Sweden

“Agathe Simon is a creator in the fullest sense of the term. Her exhibition Antarctica is a very accomplished artistic work.”
Jean-Jacques Beucler, Head of the Algiers French Institute | Algeria

“Agathe Simon demonstrates excellent skills in artistic research. She has a broad focus of interest and knowledge in diverse fields that, together with a strong feeling of the contemporary context worldwide, allow her to raise very relevant problematics and work with them on a highly professional level.”
Anastasia Patsey, Head of the Museum of Nonconformist Art | Russia

“The overall work left a heavy impression.”
Akimbo | Canada

“A rich fictional world will stun with its detail.”
The Coast | Canada

“An extravagant, magnificent and daring art project.”
L’Expression | Algeria

“An outstanding work.”
Охтинский пресс-центр | Russia

Agathe Simon is a Paris-based artist, born in 1977. After a decade of art projects throughout the world, she founded the art company The Group in Paris in 2017, with members from 26 countries. She is also conducting artistic creation workshops at the Sorbonne University.

Agathe Simon is currently preparing projects in partnership with ‘Les Voûtes’ (a Parisian alternative art venue), the “C.N.R.S.” (the largest governmental research organisation in France), the Paris Cergy National Graduate School of Arts, the University of Cergy-Pontoise, the University of Nanterre, and the Museum of Non-conformist Art (Saint Petersburg, Russia). These projects will include performances, films, and exhibitions.