Thomas Havet

Architect and Curator of Double Séjour

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Thomas Havet's selection

Thomas Havet notes: “The word” painting “is ugly! “René Magritte

What better format than the image, which medium to call? The vision is not so much abstract as virtual. Lights, colors, materials, shapes, fabrics, eyelets, coating, glass, bleach, here give body. Do not paraphrase Magritte, but confront the word, its letters, its meaning and seek by this first selection to touch it, to experience it.

Sélection : Clément Mancini, Pierre Dusaussoy, Damien Caccia, Maximilien Pellet, Audrey Perzo.

Biography

Thomas Havet

Architect and curator
Founder and artistic director of Double Séjour – Paris
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Architect and Curator

Thomas Havet is an architect. Since 2015, he has been project manager at TVK. In his practice, he is interested in the variety of scales, formats, contexts, and detail to the territory. Architect, who is qualified for the project management in his own name, is a graduate of the Boulle school and the school of architecture of the city and the territories of Marne-la-Vallée.

 About Double Séjour

In 2016, he founded Double Séjour, a curatorial project that tries to explore the relationship between works and places. He is the artistic director of the group and acts as curator of exhibitions, whose first cycle took place in his 20th century apartment. In 2017, he directed the publication Double Stay Volume 01. Today, Double Séjour, now an association law 1901, continues in a protean and nomadic way.

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Exhibitions ( Selection)

2017

– 52, exposition collective selon un commissariat de Thomas Havet, Villa Belleville Paris. Avec Jérémy Berton, Sophie Kitching, Clément Mancini, Nicolas Momein, Kévin Monot, Maximilien Pellet, Dorothée Recker, Mathieu Roquigny, Paul Rousteau, Pauline Sarrus, Eva Taulois, Audrey Perzo.
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RE/PRODUCTIONS. Contribution au catalogue de l’exposition personnelle de Cyril Zarcone édité par la Galerie Éric Mouchet. Prix FILAF du meilleur livre d’art 2016/2017 édité par une galerie.
– Double Séjour Volume 01, édité par Double Séjour, tirage à 500 exemplaires. Invitation faite à 4 graphistes : Jean-Philippe Bretin, Ondine Pannet, Antoine Stevenot, Syndicat. Direction de publication : Thomas Havet, Coordination : Laurianne Mariette

2016

On a enlevé les fleurs, il reste l’eau, Chapitre 1 et 2, double exposition collective selon un commissariat de Thomas Havet
Damien Caccia, Vanessa Dziuba, Louis Granet, Lola Hakimian, Thomas Hauser, Elsa Lefebvre, Juliette Mogenet, Yannis Pérez, Emmanuel Simon, Marine Provost, Ludovic Sauvage, Céline Vaché-Olivieri, Cyril Zarcone.

Sous un soleil à briser les pierres, exposition collective selon un commissariat de Thomas Havet
Alice Didier Champagne, Antinomia (Céline Andreassen + Hélène Blanc), Yoan Beliard, Rémy Briere, Damien Caccia, Emilie Duserre, Emmanuel Le Cerf, Ronan Le Creurer, Guillaume Linard Osorio, Hugo Livet, Benoît Magdelaine, Romain Metivier, Matthieu Raffard, Alexandra Sá, Ludovic Sauvage, Timothy Schweizer, Laurence Sturla, Capucine Vandebrouck, Romain Vicari.

Parages, exposition collective selon un commissariat de Thomas Havet
Antonin Anzil, Théa Brion, Julie Brugier, Jean-Baptiste Caron, Idir Davaine, Juliette Goiffon & Charles Beauté, Linus Lohoff, Kevin Lucbert, Benoît Magdelaine, Mariana Moreira, Kasper Pincis, Jeanne Riot, Juliette Vivier, Chloé Wizla, Thibault Zambeaux.

PUBLICATIONS

2017. Double Séjour Volume 01, édité par Double Séjour à 500 exemplaires.

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Clément Mancini
Pierre Dusaussoy
Maximilien Pellet
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