David Brognon et Stéphanie Rollin

David Brognon, born in Messancy (Belgium) in 1978 and Stéphanie Rollin, born in Luxembourg City
(Luxembourg) in 1980, live and work in Paris and Luxembourg.
Winners of the Best Solo Show at Art Brussels 2013 and 2015 finalists of the Prix Fondation Entreprise
Ricard in Paris, Brognon-Rollin work with raw, often marginal social material where the recurrent
themes are confinement, expectation and control. They confront these restrictive systems with their
own systems of refracting reality - minimalist prisms capable of emitting dazzling and fleeting rainbows.
In Fate will Tear us Apart (2011), fate lines from the palms of hard drug users cast a neon glow on the
walls. The clock 8m2 Loneliness (2013) charts the interrupted time of a prisoner in his cell, while The
Most Beautiful Attempt (2012) encapsulates hope through the innocence of perpetual motion.
In Cosmographia (Gorée Island) (2015), they have created a work both mad and monumental that physically
archives the contradictory reality of the island, combining concepts of prison and escape: over 6
days, the island’s 2,4 km outline was traced onto paper centimetre-by-centimetre, dispatched by post,
sorted and placed under seal in a stainless shelving unit.
In their recent video works, they explore the margins of territories and boundaries - geographical, political,
moral and psychological - that humans, at times brutally, have appropriated and defend or (un)
consciously ignore. Curious and intrepid, the two artists go wherever their research takes them, working
in the field and in direct - occasionally physical - confrontation with their subjects. Risk-taking is
integral to their approach, and the terrains on which they venture can prove extremely fruitful.
Their works are part of various public collections, including: The Israel Museum - Jerusalem, Israel /
MAC’S - Grand-Hornu, Belgium / Collection MUDAM, Luxembourg / FRAC (Alsace, Poitou-Charentes,
Lorraine), France / CNAP, France.

Solo Show (sélection)


Blackbox, Casino-Luxembourg / Forum d’Art Contemporain, Luxembourg (L)


Untitled, Galerie Albert Baronian, Bruxelles (B)


Sleeping in a City That Never Wakes Up, FRAC Poitou-Charentes, Angoulême (F)


Take me off your Mailing List, Youkobo ArtSpace, Tokyo (JP)
Solo Show, ArtBrussels , Galerie Albert Baronian, Bruxelles (B)


Never Wake, Wall painting, Mudam, Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean Luxembourg (L)

The Solo Project, Foire d’Art Contemporain de Bâle, Bâle, Suisse (CH)

I Love you but I’ve chosen Darkness , Project Room, Galerie Baronian-Francey, Bruxelles (B)
I’m All the Tomorrow’s Broken Hearts, Galerie Nosbaum & Reding, Luxembourg (L)


If the Kids are United, Musée d’Art Contemporain de Liège, Liège (B)


If the Kids are United, Centre d’Art Faux Mouvement, Metz, France

Hooligans’s Pilgrimage, Centre d’Art Faux Mouvement (Hors les murs), Metz, France
Mais Godard c’est Delacroix (volet 3), The Plug - Julien Lescoeur, Crac Alsace, Altkirch (F)
Mais Godard c’est Delacroix (volet 1), The Plug - François Genot, Crac Alsace, Altkirch (F)
Mais Godard c’est Delacroix (volet 2), The Plug - Joffrey Guillon, Crac Alsace, Altkirch (F)
The Best Little Secret are Kept, Marian Spore, New-York City (USA)


We Are the Mods, Centre d’Art Dominique Lang, Dudelange (L)
Magdalena, Artline to Everywhere, Pavillion Luxembourgeois, DockArtFair / Biennale de Lyon (F)
Black & White Town, Galerie Nosbaum & Reding, Luxembourg (L)


My Last Good Deal on eBay, Kiosk, Association Internationale des Critiques d’Arts, Luxembourg (L)

Group Show (sélection)


Résilients - B.P.S22, Charleroi (B)
Land an Langages - Inaugural Exhibition of Thalie Foundation, Brussels (B)
Sans Tambours, ni Trompettes - Le Parvis, Ibos (F)
Les Rencontres Internationales - La Gaïté Lyrique, Paris (F)
Homeland, ARGOS - Center for Art and Media, Bruxelles (B)
Tito’s Bunker - Württembergischer Kunstverein, Stuttgart (D)
Artbrussels 2017, Galerie Albert Baronian, Bruxelles (B)
Luxembourg - Salzbourg IV, Traklhaus ArtCenter, Salzbourg (AT)


Par les Lueurs - Cents Ans de Guerres, FRAC Aquitaine, Bordeaux (F)
The Distance of the Day, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem (IS)
De Leur Temps (5), Triennale de L’ADIAF, I. A.C. Villeurbanne, Villeurbanne (F)
Football: A la Limite du Hors Jeu, Musée d’Aquitaine, Bordeaux (F)
Le Langage des Fleurs et des Choses Muettes, Galerie Albert Baronian | Bruxelles (B)


5ème Biennale de Thessalonique, Thessalonique (GR) (Curator: Katerina Gregos)
Les Mondes Inversés, exposition de ré-ouverture du B.P.S22, Charleroi (B)
L’Ordre des Lucioles, 17ème prix de la Fondation Ricard, Fondation Ricard, Paris (F)


ArtBasel 2014, Galerie Albert Baronian, Bâle (CH)
Ritornando à Gand, C.I.A.C - Galerie Albert Baronian, Gand (B)
Addenda, Hôpital Notre-Dame à la Rose / B.P.S22, Lessines (B)
Bande à Part, C.A.B Art Center, Bruxelles (B)
One Shot! Futebol & Arte Contemporanea MuBE, Museo Brasileiro da Escultura, Sao Paulo (BR)
Chambres Obscures, Musée du Dr Guislain, Gent, Belgique
Artbrussels 2014, Galerie Nosbaum & Reding, Bruxelles (B)

ArtBasel 2013, Galerie Albert Baronian, Paris (CH)
Jeunes collectionneurs, Maison particulière, Bruxelles (B)
Magic Hour, The Ridder, Maastricht (NL)
Sous Influences, Maison Rouge / Fondation Antoine de Galbert, Paris (F)
La Ligne du Geste, Centre Pompidou - Metz, Metz (F)
La Ligne du Geste, FRAC Lorraine, Metz (F)
The Universal Addressability of Dumb Things , The Bluecoat, Liverpool (GB) (Cur: Mark Leckey)
The Universal Addressability of Dumb Things , Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham (GB)
The Universal Addressability of Dumb Things, De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill on Sea (GB)


Fiac 2012, Galerie Albert Baronian, Grand Palais, Paris (F)
Glocal Sessions, Frac Poitou-Charentes, Angoulême (F)
Drawing Now Paris, Galerie Nosbaum & Reding, Cour Carré du Louvre, Paris (F)
Making Of, Casino-Luxembourg / Forum d’Art Contemporain, Luxembourg (L)
Pop-Up, Liens Artistiques, Musée d’Ixelles, Ixelles (B)
Art Brussels, Galerie Nosbaum & Reding, Bruxelles (B)
Contemporary Istanbul Art Fair, Galerie Nosbaum & Reding, Istanbul (TR)


Intrusions, Chateau d’Oiron en relation avec la Collection Curios & Mirabilia (Collection du
Fnac), Frac Poitou-Charentes, Oiron, (F)
Liberté Conditionnelle, Frac Poitou-Charentes, Angoulème (F)
Explosition, Musée d’Ixelles, Ixelles (B)
Pearls of the North, Palais d’Iena, Paris (F)
Luxembourg – Salzbourg, Galerie Tracklhaus, Salzbourg, (AT)
Biennale de Sélestat, Sélestat (F)
Plateaux, Parc du Kirchberg, Luxembourg (L)

Caractères, FRAC Poitou-Charentes, Angoulème (F)
One Shot! Football et Art Contemporain, BPS22, Charleroi (B)
Junge-Kunst 2010, Wilhelm-Hack Museum, Ludwigshafen (D)
Artbrussels 2010, Galerie Nosbaum & Reding, Bruxelles (B)

008. Collection : Nouvelles Connections, FRAC Poitou-Charentes, Angoulème (F)
Publikum , Kiosk, Association Internationale des Critiques d’Arts, Luxembourg (L)
Fiac’09, Galerie Nosbaum & Reding, Cour Carré du Louvre, Paris (F)
Attraction, Voyage sentimental, FRAC Poitou-Charentes, Linazay(F)


Volume(s), Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’art contemporain, Luxembourg
ELO. Inner Exile – Outer Limits, Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean, Mudam, Luxembourg (L)
Mixed Season, Galerie Nosbaum & Reding , Luxembourg (L)

Public Collections (selection)

Collection MUDAM, Luxembourg

AC’S, Musée des Arts Contemporains - Grand-Hornu, Belgium
FRAC Lorraine, France
The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel
Collection B.P.S22, Musée d’Art de la province du Hainaut, Belgium
Fondation Uhoda, Belgium
FRAC Alsace, France
Collection du Musée des Beaux-Arts de Liège, Belgium
Musée d’Ixelles, Belgium
Ministère de la Culture, Luxembourg
Marian Spore Foundation Collection, New York, USA
FRAC Poitou-Charentes, France
CNAP, France

David Brognon

Born in 1978 in Messancy (B)
Lives and works in Luxembourg (L) and Paris (F)
T: +352 661 26 08 08
M: david@brognon-rollin.com

Stéphanie Rollin

Born in 1980 in Luxembourg (L)
Lives and works in Luxembourg (L) and Paris (F)
T (LUX): +33 (0)6 35 25 30 79
T (FR): +352 621 19 22 77
M: stephanie@brognon-rollin.com 

David Brognon et Stéphanie Rollin are represented by:

Galerie Untilthen, Paris, France
Galerie Albert Baronian, Brussels, Belgium



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