Always inquiring on some famous characters that mark our time and linked to specific places, Anne Deguelle works on topics as diverse as litterature, art or religion questionning Beuys, Duchamp and the bottle of Benedictine, Raymond Roussel and his presence in Palermo (first solo show at Galerie Dix9) or Radegund in her chapel in Chinon. She also questioned the rug covering Sigmund Freud's sofa (second solo exhibition at Galerie Dix9), offering a new lecture on the Freudian symbolic universe.

A French confirmed artist, Anne Deguelle has been exhibited in many museums and art centers, in France and abroad. Her works figure in important collections such as Centre Pompidou, Bibliotheque Nationale and Mobilier National Paris, Museum Les Abattoirs Toulouse, museum Zadkine Paris, Macval Vitry sur Seine, FNAC, several FRAC in France, Neues Weserburg Museum, DE, Musee Serralves Porto etc

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