This is the personal site of Jacques Jarrige, an artist from Paris working in the conceptual space concerned with sculptural and functional objects in relation to the body and human scaled spaces.

My hope is to provide insight to my personal process and studio practice.

A full list of available works can be found on

More biographic information is available on wikipedia.



2024 La Passion selon Jacques Jarrige, St Gereon's Basilica, Cologne, Germany

2022 ECC's Biennale "The Idol", Palazzo Mora, room 219, Venice Italy

2022 Saint John the Divine Cathedral, "Christ" Lent and Easter installation, New York, NY

2022 Old Pfizer Building Lobby, "Pfizer Cascade" - 630 Flushing Ave, Brooklyn, NY

2017 Rockland Center for the Arts, "Outdoor Sculptures: Curves #1, #2, #3” - West Nyack, NY

2015 Pullman Miami Hotel, “Waves" installation - Miami, FL

2012 Aqua Art Fair - Miami, FL

1998 Hôtel de ville de Paris / Salle Saint Jean - Paris, France

1989 Entrepôts de Bercy - Paris, France


2010-22 Valerie Goodman Gallery - New York, NY

2016 Galerie Avant-Scène - Paris, France

2009 Galerie Thierry Marchand - Paris, France

2006 Galerie Cat Berro - Paris, France

2002 Galerie Frédéric de Luca - Paris, France

1993 Galerie en Attendant les Barbares - Paris, France


2019 Children Museum exhibition curated by Vida Sabbaghi - Siao-Long Park, Taiwan

2018 :"Obsessive Sea" curated by Vida Sabbaghi - 630 Flushing - Brooklyn NY

2016 "Grand Mobile” kinetic sculpture, curated by Vida Sabbaghi at the Old Pfizer building - Brooklyn, NY

2015 Queens Museum - New York, NY

2015 Museum of Arts and Design, “Loot Show” - New York, NY

2015 La Gaieté lyrique / CNAP, “Oracles du Design” - Paris, France

2014 Queens Museum - New York, NY

2013 Lotte Gallery - Seoul, Korea

2013 Nomades - Paris, France

2011 Nomades - Paris, France

2005 Musée de Châteauroux - Châteauroux, France

2000 VIA Paris - Paris, France

1994 Museum of Decorative Arts - Hamburg, Germany

1991 Musée de la Poste - Paris, France


2002 Mobilier National

2004 Musée des Beaux Arts - Orléans, France

2005 Centre National des Arts Plastiques (FNAC)