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2024
• Le Louvre - Le Souffle des muses - Béthune, France

• Vision Arts  - Crans Montana, Switzerland

• Vevey, Lausanne - Switzerland

• Festival Popul'Arte - Corsica, France

• Mural Fest Tirana - Tirana, Albania

• Mural Fest Yerevan - Armenia

2023

• Institut du Monde Arabe (collectiv) - Tourcoing, France

• Palais Beaux-arts - Lille, France
Magritte Fondation & City of Brusells - Belgium
• Crystal Ship Festival - Oostende, Belgium

• Mural Fest Tirana - Tirana, Albania

• Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris - France

• La Gare / Le Gore - Paris, France

2022
• Mauritshuis Museum - The Hague, Netherlands

• Palais Beaux-arts - Lille, France

• CALA - Boston, USA

• Churches & Cathedral of Bastia - Corse, France

2021

• Palais Beaux-Arts - Lille, France

• Popul'Arte - Corsica, France

• Festival Les Petits bonheurs - Béthune, France

• Universita di Corsica - Corte, France

2020

• Musée Bonnat-Helleu - Bayonne, France

• Musée de Carouge - Switzerland

• Popul'Arte - Corsica, France

• Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris - France

2019

• Urban Nation - Berlin, Germany
• Brooks Museum - Memphis, Usa

• Musée Girodet - Montargis, France
• Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris - France

• Musée des Beaux-Arts - Pau, France

2018​

• Brooks Museum Memphis - Usa

• Earth Art Festival - Meishan, China

• Tour de France / Start line - France

• Rencontres Polyphoniques - Calvi, France
• Nuart Gallery (collective) - Stavanger, Norway

• Musée d'Ixelles - Brussels, Belgium
​• Nuart Gallery - Stavanger, Norway

​• Galeria de Arte - Sofia, Bulgaria

• Institut Français - Sofia, Bulgaria

• Nuart - Oslo, Norway

• International Art Film Festival - Sofia, Bulgaria

2017

• Saatchi Gallery  (collective) - London, U.K.

• Civic Art Center - Galesburg, Usa

• National Gallery - Ljubjana, Slovenia

• Institut Français - Zagreb, Croatia

• Musée de La-Roche-sur-Yon, France

• Musée Carnavalet - Paris, France

• Institut Français - Belgrad, Serbia

• Institut Français - Novi Sad, Serbia

• Nuart Festival - Aberdeen, Scotland

• Underground / Independent - Bialystok, Poland

• Musée Ingres - Montauban, France

2016

​​• Musée d’Ixelles - Brussels, Belgium

• Musée de Langres - France

• Museo Arocena - Torreon, Mexico

• Tirana International Photo Festival - Albania

• Museum Behnhaus Drägerhaus - Lubeck, Germany

• Katmandu Art University - Nepal

 

2015

• Cummer Museum - Jacskonville, Usa

• Musée d'Art et d'Histoire de Genève - Switzerland

• Nuart Festival - Stavanger, Norway

• Le Louvre - Lens, France

• Musée Pierre Noël - Saint-Dié, France

• Galerie 36e Art - Saint-Dié, France

• National Museum Gdansk -  Poland

• Laboratoire de la Création - Paris, France

• Museo Carmen Thyssen - Malaga, Spain

• CAC Malaga - Spain

• Being Urban / Iselp  - Brussels, Belgium

• Hong-Kong University / University of the Arts London / University of Leicester / University of Nottingham - Hong-Kong

 

2014

• Le 104, Exposition Internationale d’Art contemporain Jeune Création - Collective - Paris, France

• L’Aéronef - Lille, France

• 59 Rivoli - Paris, France

• City Hall, 4th District - Paris, France. Inaugurated and sponsored by Mrs Charlotte Rampling.

• Tokyo Art University - Tokyo, Japan

• Studio Sandwich, Kohei Nawa - Kyoto, Japan

• Anteroom Gallery - Kyoto, Japan

• APlus Art Residency - Tokyo, Japan

• Corner Gallery - Kesenuma, Japan

• Cinéma des Cinéastes - Paris, France

• Laboratoire de la Création - Paris, France

Julien de Casabianca, French and Corsican, is both a visual artist and a filmmaker.

 

His work is always related to the street.


Literature Nobel Prize Gao Xingjian wrote the script of his first movie, a short-film entitled, Night after the rain, entierly shot in imaginary city streets. The original soundtrack was composed by pianist Yaron Herman.

 

For his first feature-lenght, Passing by, he spent trhee years filming anonymous passers-by in the streets of 44 cities in 22 countries. The movie was praised by famous director Costa-Gavras, who wrote he was “deeply moved and touched in the bottom of his heart”.

The Tokyo University of Arts invited Passing By for screenings and masterclasses. the famous artist Koheï Nawa chose it to inaugurate a cycle of screenings at the Sandwich art residencies in Kyoto.

Passing by, also became an art video installation projected on forty screens placed on the facade of the city hall of the 4th arrondissement of Paris for passers by to see. It was inaugurated and sponsored by Mrs Charlotte Rampling.

After this first movie, Julien de Casabianca was chosen by Costa-Gavras and Jean-Jacques Beineix (Betty Blue) to become member of ARP, the legendary French guild gathering 150 great authors, director and producers (Godard, Lelouch, Varda, Polanski, Hazanavicius).

Since 1999, he is participative artistic project initiator or actor. From 1999 to 2002, he was a member of 59 Rivoli artistic squat. In 2002 he created a new squat named Laboratoire de la Création, which is now supported by the City of Paris.

In 2014, Julien de Casabianca launched Outings Project, which consists in bringing paintings from museum walls into the streets. He has been invited by many museums around the world like the Cummer Museum in Jacksonville (USA), the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art (USA), the Geneva Museum of Art (Switzerland), The Ixelles-Brussels museum, and reference festivals as Nuart.

He used a long time ago to work as a journalist and writer for Flammarion, Plon, Sunday Times, L'Express, and the famous national French TV program La Marche du Siècle.

 

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Jurys

DRAC Ile-de-France, Commission Musique, since 2024.

• French Music Award - Victoires de la Musique, 2006-2022.

• Jury of Degree, Conservatoire National de Musique de Paris, 2020.

• President of the Jury of Degree in Architecture, École Nationale Supérieure de Paris-Malaquais, 2009

• Member of the Classification Commission of the Centre National du Cinéma, 2012

• Corsica Documentary Film Festival, 2013

• Sponsor of Fondation Culture et Diversité, 2010

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