Born in 1970 in Tokyo, Jonathan Meese is a German artist who lives in Berlin. He has developed an uncategorizable body of work, lying somewhere between expressionism and actionism, combining painting, sculpture, installations and performance. His personal mythology is a blend of historical, legendary and science fiction references, evoking figures as varied as Fantômas, Maldoror and Stalin, all of whom represent different facets of the artist’s identity. His work espouses the ‘dictatorship of art’.
|Meese Haute Couture (La Haute Couture de l'Avenir s'appelle Sommeil)||October 26 - December 21, 2019 / Paris – Grenier Saint Lazare|
|Parsifal de Large||January 10 > February 21, 2015 / Paris - 30 rue Beaubourg|
|St. Neutralité||January 8 > February 19, 2011 / Paris - 30 rue Beaubourg|
|L'amour de Monte Cristo||October 27 > December 29, 2007 / Paris - Impasse Beaubourg|
|Dr. Saint Just de Fort Knox||September 9 > October 14, 2006 / Paris - 30 rue Beaubourg|
|L'Amour||November 30 > January 8, 2003 / Paris - 30 rue Beaubourg|