MusĂ©e de la Halle Saint Pierre | Paris, France January 22nd, 2022 – December 31st, 2022

HEY! Le Dessin marks ten years of rich and intense collaboration with La Halle Saint Pierre museum. The four previous HEY! exhibitions – which took place in 2011/12, 2013, 2015 and 2019 -, probed the contemporary notion of alternative and singularity, highlighting the various ways in which certain artists actively work on the margins of visible or recognized fields. Each exhibition featured over sixty international artists, many of whom had not previously exhibited in France or Europe. The ideas of “mixing through gathering” and “resistance through imagination” have been, since the creation of HEY! modern art & pop culture in 2010, guiding lines that irrigate its actions. Originally only a system of research, transfer or study, drawing has demonstrated since the 15th century its capacity to become an autonomous work of art. Nowadays, contemporary graphic activity is livelier than ever, and is reflected in a considerable quantity of drawings, produced with a great diversity of tools. Dedicated to drawing, this 2022 edition involves hundred and thirteen artists from about twenty different origins, amounting to nearly four hundred works on show. Drawing practices are observed here in a flow of expressions with composite, collusive or characteristic energy; it is not looked at in its sole quality of drawing, but approached according to its poetics, and through points of passage such as drawing as matrix, intermediary means or rehabilitating gesture. The heterogeneous and intuitive nature of the main theme opens on other mediums, and invites to question the source of the inspiration animating the artist, his graphic impulse, and the course produced by the work to finally exist


Musee de la Halle Saint Pierre, Paris, France | January 22 — December 31, 2022

Artists Include 113 international artists:

David B. /France
Murielle Belin / France
SĂ©bastian Birchler / France
Conrad Botes / South Africa
Marcos Carrasquer / Spain, France
Thomas Chauzy / France
Farid Chitrakar / India
Ryan Travis Christian / USA
LĂ©onard Combier / France
Dave Cooper / Canada
Alphonse EugĂšne Courson / France
Darco / Germany
Stéphanie Denaes Lucas / France
Jessy Deshais / France
Daniel Martin Diaz / USA
Marie Noël Döby / France
Janko Domsić / Croatia, France
John Robert Ellis / USA
Erdeven Djess / France
AnaĂŻs Eychenne / France
Émile Simonet dit Fanfan / France
Feuilles dessinées de la Grande Guerre / France
Samuel Gomez / Dominican Republic
Pierre Guitton / France
Matti Hagelberg / Finland
Ali Hazri Wennstrom / Singapore, France
Jason Herr / USA
Daisuke Ichiba / Japan
Toshihiko Ikeda / Japan
Sergei Isupov / Russia, USA
Anton Kannemeyer / South Africa
Kraken/ France
Hongmin Lee / South Korea
Laurie Lipton / USA
LoĂŻc Lucas / France
François Monchùtre / France
Mina Mond / France
Shaun Morin dit Slomotion / Canada
Serge Paillard / France
JosĂ© ParlĂĄ / États-Unis
Joseph Vignes dit Pépé Vignes / France
Mark Powell / England
Prophet Royal Robertson / USA
Roger Rice / USA
Huston Ripley / USA
Ron Roboxo / Netherlands
Aurel Rubbish / France
Steeven Salvat / France
Victor Simon / France
Amanda Smith / USA
Victor Soren / France
Diamantis Sotiropoulos / Greece
Jacques Spacagna / France
Marcel Storr / France
Masakatsu Tagami / Japan
Ionel Talpazan / Roumania, USA
Rebecka Tollens / Sweden
Morris Vogel / Switzerland
Davor Vrankić / Croatia / France
Jason Walker / USA
Frédéric Rodolphe dit Wollan / USA, France



Sergei Isupov is an Estonian-American sculptor internationally known for his highly detailed, narrative works. Isupov explores painterly figure-ground relationships, creating surreal sculptures with a complex artistic vocabulary that combines two- and three-dimensional narratives and animal/human hybrids. He works in ceramics using traditional hand-building and sculpting techniques to combine surface and form with narrative painting using colored stains highlighted with clear glaze.



Jason Walker’s ceramic sculpture question how we perceive and decipher technology and nature within our changing world. He has exhibited and taught widely including at the Renwick Gallery at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington D.C., Haystack Mountain School for the Crafts, Penland School for the Crafts, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, The Pottery Workshop in Jingdezhen, China and the International Ceramics Workshop, Kecskemet, Hungary, South Korea, Ireland and France.


Within a beautiful Baltard-style architecture, facing the gardens of the Butte Montmartre, the Halle Saint Pierre houses a museum and a gallery, a bookstore, an auditorium, a café. It is in this harmonious and luminous setting that the major temporary exhibitions and the multiple artistic and cultural activities dedicated to the most unexpected forms of creation are presented.