Joy de Rohan Chabot

The work by this contemporary decorative artist follows a long tradition of French art inspired by Nature. But her original and unique vision succumbs only to her own poetic project that corresponds so well to the current need of dreaming to escape the daily constraints through imagination. For this new exhibition, Joy de Rohan Chabot explores the theme and spirit of fairy tales. Enchantment takes its roots in the world of fantasies and enchanted forests. Through the magic of her own exuberance, the artist has created marvelous, fine and delicate pieces of art, most of which are unique pieces.

Joy de Rohan Chabot
French decorative artist

Golden birds console
2014
Hand-painted bronze and glass
91 x 132 x 42 cm
Fondry Fusion
Edition/1

Coral cup
2014
Hand-painted glass
H 16,5 cm x D 14 cm
Sery /4

Joy de Rohan Chabot

Joy de Rohan Chabot is an internationally recognized artist with multiple talents. After studying at the Ecole des Arts Décoratifs, she first devoted herself to mural painting, then to lacquer which she studied in China and Japan. She started exhibiting in Paris in 1971 Intermarco-Elvinger, 1974 Galerie Mazarine, 1980 Museum of Decorative Arts (the crafts of art), then at Jansen in 1983 and 1986. The same year, she participated in the exhibition “Les Métiers d’Art” at the Hotel de La Monnaie, Paris and in 1987, Tiffany New York. At the same time, she exhibited her works at the Grand Palais, Paris, at the Biennale des Beaux-Arts. In 1988, she participated in the exhibition “De main de maître” and presented her creations at Seibu in Tokyo in 1989. In 1990, sponsored by the City of Paris, Joy de Rohan Chabot created an extraordinary “House of Illusions”, in the Orangery of the Castle of Bagatelle. This unusual residence consisted of seven rooms on 250 m2 and 650 unique objects. It took two years of work to complete this remarkable exhibition.
After numerous achievements for private clients, the Jacquemart-André Museum in Paris exhibited “Les Jardins immobiles”, in 2008. For the first time in its history, this museum presented the work of a living artist. In 2009, she exhibited in Sao Paulo at the George Elias Gallery.
In 2011, Jany Jansem exhibited the works of Joy de Rohan Chabot at the Galerie Matignon: «LUCIOLES», then «FÉÉRIE» in 2012 and «ENTRE CIEL ET MER» in 2014. He also presented his at the Art Paris 2012 and Paris Art Elysées Art & Design Fairs in 2015 and 2016.