January 2013


I participated to this Juried printmaking show at the Frisco Art Gallery, Dallas area, with 4 monoprints.

At the award ceremony, I received an Honorable mention by the juror Lari R.Gibbons, for the print entitled "3flat cans".
Frisco Discovery Center
8004 Dallas Pkwy, Frisco, TX 75034


February 9 -March 30, 2013


The Printmatters exhibition curated by Cathie Kayser and Andis Applewhite was traveling to Washington.

Washington Printmakers Gallery 
8230 Georgia Ave | Silver Spring, MD 20910

301.273.3660 | info@washingtonprintmakers.com  www.washingtonprintmakers.com


April 2013


Live auction of contemporary drawings, prints and paintings 

by Pierre Cornette de Saint Cyr

Hotel Arturo Lopez, Neuilly.


I have been selected to participate to this prestigious event with my monoprint "8 icones applaties" from the serie "Flat & Empty".

This sale is organized by the gallery boissiere+gomendio, art contemporain benefitting the Paul Parquet Fondation in Neuilly.


+ 33(0)6 7449 3583



May 25 - June 25, 2013

"Allegro, Moderato"

Jatad Gallery, Houston


My first solo show in Houston presented a series of monoprints of music records with collage of hand made paper.



July and August,  2013

Street organ!

Does this taste like “la madeleine” of Proust? The aesthetic of the perforated paper is an invitation I could not resist. After having used LP’s and etched CD’s in my printmaking process, I directly connected with the languages of the fragile red paper that is introduced in the popular barrel organ.
Like a hidden message, my compositions try to reveal the rhythm of the perforations. Each small dot is not randomly punched, it is aligned or shifted to participate to the whole opera. The bright Carmin color of the paper encourages me to narrow the spectrum of the many colors I like, and use the fundamental print making language of black ink on white paper.
Cutting, folding, layering, printing, gluing,..., all those processes participate to the dense, dramatic and minimalist prints of this series.
For the installation in the WWA gallery, the prints are carefully hung on the wall as to continue the creative work of the French composer. Each piece suddenly participates to the melody of the tragic opera “Mireille” written by Gounod in 1864.

This installation has been partially on view at the Houston Fine Art Fair, September 19-22


June-September 2013