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XAVIER VEILHAN at Andréhn-Schiptjenko, Paris, Summer 2020.

Xavier Veilhan à Andréhn-Schiptjenko, Paris
Summer 2020

While following the guidelines of social distancing, we very much look forward to welcoming you to the gallery by appointment at Thank you for your support and your patience.

Andréhn-Schiptjenko, Paris: open by appointment until September 3rd

After a spring with exhibitions by Tony Matelli and Kristina Jansson the Paris gallery now takes a short summer break and is open by appointment.
In the meantime Xavier Veilhan‘s dogs stand guard.⁠

On September 12th, we look forward welcoming you back to the gallery at the opening of Gunnel Wåhlstrand‘s upcoming solo-exhibition. More information to follow.

To schedule a viewing or to receive more information about our upcoming exhibition, please

Andréhn-Schiptjenko, Paris: ouverte sur rendez-vous jusqu’au 3 septembre

Après un printemps avec des expositions de Tony Matelli et Kristina Jansson, la galerie parisienne prend désormais une courte pause estivale et est ouverte sur rendez-vous.
En attendant, les chiens de Xavier Veilhan montent la garde.


Le 12 septembre, nous avons hâte de vous accueillir à nouveau à la galerie pour le vernissage de l’exposition personnelle de Gunnel Wåhlstrand. Plus d’informations à suivre.

Pour planifier une visite ou recevoir plus d’informations sur notre prochaine exposition, veuillez contacter:

Xavier Veilhan’s Dogs are monochromatic and larger than life, confronting us with the illusion of their realness that contrasts with the strangeness of their colour and size. Veilhan plays with the notions of the generic, of the industrially produced object and of universal representation, creating objects at once ambivalent and stark. Well-known for his sculptures that convey his interest in the vocabularies of both classical statuary and modernity, his work is multi-faceted, also encompassing installation, painting, photography as well as hybrids of all of these, whilst also engaged in performance work and filmmaking. He has made numerous public works in locations across the world.

The Dogs were initially exhibited on the rooftop of the MAAT Museum in Lissabon, Portugal in 2019 as part of the installation Romy and the Dogs.

For more information and images, please contact
Joséphine Bursachi at

Next show: Gunnel Wåhlstrand 12 September – 31 October