Patrice Huchet

Passionate since his childhood about all forms of artistic expression, he began his career in the world of tourism where he practiced travel photography. He then joined a photo agency where he held marketing/communication positions for more than 15 years. He organizes some exhibitions and creates from 2009 a quarterly magazine reCreation.
In 2015, he became a consultant in communication through art and brand content, offering artistic events and editorial or artistic content.

Patrice Huchet’s Articles

#PARIS The black angel of contemporary art from the 80's in majesty to the Louis Vuitton Foundation, which has dedicated an exhibition to him in recent days of more than 120 of his works.…
#METZ Fabriques de Contre-Savoirs is a group exhibition,a dialogue around John Latham's work, with artists from different backgrounds and generations. Each in his own practice, questions the diffusion of knowledge and echoes the approach…
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#PARIS The RX gallery presents Catherine Gfeller's kaleidoscopic visions in megacities."China Drinftings" is avibrant pulse of cities with humanity in the Chinese shadow. For thirty years, Catherine Gfeller has been developing a practice…
For its third edition this weekend at the Carreau du Temple, GALERISTES, a show designed by and for collectors, confirms its position as a friendly and accessible contemporary art fair. Galeriste, a human-sized…
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We were curious to see this second edition of A PPR OC HE, the latest of the photography fairs. It confirms a pioneer's bias. A small living room, certainly, but which conceals some…
#BESANCON "Je m'appelle Cortana" by Sylvie Fanchon at the Frac Franche-Comté de Besançon proposes a dialogue between Sylvie Fanchon's works and the works of the two Frac Bourgogne-Franche-Comté. Through an easily identifiable practice Sylvie…
#PARIS Hermann Nitsch, the terrible child of Austrian contemporary art who became known in the 1960s and 1970s for his bloody and highly controversial performances, is in Paris. He exhibits about thirty works painted…
For its thirtieth anniversary, the Musée d'art moderne et contemporain de Saint-Etienne Métropole is exploring the diversity of its collection through two exhibitions and two monographic exhibitions devoted to two great artists from…
For his first major exhibition in France, the Austrian artist Martin Beck plays with the temporalities, the mediums and their deployments intimately linked to the spaces of the Frac Lorraine of Metz and…
An exhibition of oversized works animates the aisles of a shopping centre in Cagnes-sur-Mer in which the irony of Lilian Bourgeat sows a good dose of humour and sends the visitor on an…
The Frac Franche-Comté offers a retrospective exhibition and reveals the work of a gardening artist, archaeologist and poet   For Lois Weinberger, there is no hierarchy. Ruderal plants, those that grow in fallow…
The Frac de Bretagne presents under the title, Flood & withdrawal, inspired by Paolo Ucello, the first monograph of this scope dedicated to Yvan Salomone. From the great monochrome panoramas of its beginnings…
On the border between two worlds: The double view of two artists at the FRAC des Pays de la Loire   The Frac des Pays de la Loire in Nantes invites us to…
Fifty years after his death, Marcel Duchamp remains for many an enigma. The artist, who broke the aesthetic codes in force at the beginning of the 20th century, is in the spotlight at…
with an incredible contemporary art biennal in the middle of the Niort countryside, Le Grand Monnayage. About thirty kilometres from Niort in the department of Les Deux-Sèvres, a small town of 3000 residents…
Great (in every sense of the word) Jean-Michel Othoniel's return to his native lands. This is the third exhibition that the Musée d'art moderne et contemporain de Saint-Etienne Métropole has dedicated to the…
The question of work is at the heart of the exhibitions orchestrated by the Frac Grand Large - Hauts de France and the LAAC in Dunkerque. At the Frac, the exhibition"Working title" questions…
As the Cannes Film Festival begins this week, we have decided to honour the artists who have placed video at the heart of their creations for this new edition of the Salon de…
While we can still see, until May 13 at the Palais de Tokyo, the fruit of his collaboration with Jean-Jacques Lebel, Kader Attia continues his quest for truth in a new exhibition at…
On the occasion of the new Science Actualité exhibition, Meditation: What science says? presented until 24 June 2018, the Cité des sciences et de l'industrie gave a carte blanche to artists Lou Masduraud…