About the website

Please note that this artist official website does not present in an exhaustive way all the works of Brigitte NaHoN created from 1984 to date. Only some selected and exhibited works are included. I wish you a very good visit!

About the artist

Americano-Israeli-French artist Brigitte NaHoN  has received with Honors a Master I in Fine Arts at The Provence University in Aix-en-Provence (1984) and a MFA II in Fine Arts at Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne University (1985).

Born in Nice (France), Brigitte NaHoN has been living and working 7 years in Paris, 15 years in New York City and currently is established in Tel Aviv since 2008. 

For 35 years, Brigitte NaHoN has been working on the concept of balance and imbalance in sculpture, in drawing and in painting with various media and experimenting with scale. 

As the artist says: “My artistic approach rests on the conviction that we all bear the responsibility in experiencing the world with its unpredictable balance which let the beauty of life appears.”

By exploring the limits of life with subtle and radical oppositions, physically and mentally, Brigitte NaHoN questions fragility and solidity, heaviness and lightness, transparency, emptiness and fullness of space using an un-limited variety of materials, of forms, of lines, with or without color.  Brigitte NaHoN creates a link between paradoxes of life to reach essential suspended feelings of balance, of un-limited ways to see the same sculpture using small or large dimensions of works on site-specific or not. With no restrain of materials, we recognize her poetic, magical and universal world for pursuing her quest of a perfect balance in an unbalanced world.

Brigitte NaHoN has received several award and grants including Yuri Stern Honors (2017), The “Villa Medicis Hors Les-Murs” (1994). Her works belong to several international public and private prestigious collections like Carrie Shapiro and Peter Frey in New York City ; Viviane and Gerry Bregman in New York City and in Miami Beach, FL ; The Mallins Collection in New York and in Buckhorn, NY ; The Jewish Museum of New York City ; Toby Lewis in Austin, CO and in New York City ; The Hudson Valley MOCA in Peekskill, NY ; The European Hospital Georges Pompidou and Medical Researches European Center in Paris ; FNAC French National Contemporary Art collection in Paris ; The Contemporary Art Collection of The City of Paris etc. Permanent monumental sculptures indoors and outdoors are installed at Progressive Inc., OH ; Musée national du moyen-âge, Thermes de Cluny in Paris ; The New Courtyard of The City of Avignon in front of The Remparts of Avignon ; E.D.F. Electricité de France Cap Ampère in Saint-Denis, near Paris ; The Lauro Giardini in Umbria etc. Other outdoors monumental sculptures have been shown on The Champs-Élysées in Paris ; in front of The CCBB in Rio-de Janeiro ; on Guillaume II square of The City Luxemburg in Principality of Luxemburg ; at The IIIrd International Sculpture Festival in Monte-Carlo Gardens, Principality of Monaco ; The City Hall of Den Haag ; The Venice Biennale Off in 1995 and so on.

Brigitte NaHoN works has been shown worldwide in galleries like in Tel Aviv (Bruno Art Group) ; Sint-Martens-Latem (Ysebaert Gallery) ; Seoul (Pink Gallery) ; Moscow (Iragui Galerie), New York (Cristinerose Gallery and Stephan Stoyanov Gallery), Paris (Jérôme de Noirmont Gallery) and more.

Her works have been exhibited at prestigious museums and Contemporary Art Centers like The Jewish Museum of New York City ; The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington DC ; The Hudson Valley MOCA, Peeksville, NY ; Musée du Petit-Palais, Paris ; CCBB Centro Cutural do Banco Brazil, Rio-de-Janeiro ; The Serpentine Gallery, London ; Musée Zadkine, Paris ; North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC ; The International Museum of the Perfumery (MIP), Grasse, France ; City of Luxemburg and Metropolitan History Museum, Principauté of Luxemburg ; Palacio de Montezumo, Saragosse ; Espace de l’art concret. Château of Mouans- Sartoux ; The 5501 Columbia Art Center, Dallas, TX ; The Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts, Wilmington, DE ; Contemporary Art Museum of the City Sérignan ; Abbaye Saint-André Meymac Contemporary Art Center and so on.