Farhad Moshiri Friends for ever

Friends for ever, 2009 Farhad Moshiri, Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin

Farhad Moshiri Self portrait on flying carpet

Marcel Miracle – Un homme qui dort

source : http://www.huffingtonpost.fr/jeanpaul-gavardperret/les-miracles-de-marcel_b_1460985.html

dessins d’après l’œuvre de Georges Perec.


Lyuba Sofronieva – Behind The Puzzle

source : http://www.artquid.com/artist/lyuba.sofronieva/lyuba-sofronieva.html
30 x 42 cm / 11.8 x 16.5 in

Vincent blue pants – jigsaw

source : http://sallybohan.blogspot.fr/2010/07/lim-art-artist-postcards.html

title: jigsaw
artist: Vincent blue pants
pub.date: 1970

jerome allaven


john wood and paul harrison – Jigsaw

source : http://harrisonandwood.com/#/j/jigsaw/


Franck david – puzzles

Franck david


Franck Thilliez – puzzle

Pages : 430

Paru en : septembre 2013


Genre : thriller

Levi van Veluw – Portraits


Ballpoints | Puzzle | 2006
c-print mounted | 120 x 100 cm & 60 x 50 cm

Kerri Reid – The Missing Piece of the Puzzle

I found a piece of a puzzle on a sidewalk in Toronto, and I attempted to return it to its owner by making a “found” poster and posting it on the street where I found the piece.  No one ever responded, though, and the poster was completely gone after just a few days.

I also made 10 replicas of the puzzle piece, painted in acrylic on cardboard, seen here as exhibited in Material Concerns at the Centres des arts actuels Skol in Montreal in 2008.

In 2009 I painted a 35 x 35” acrylic painting depicting how I found the puzzle piece, and I cut a hole in my painting for the original found piece to fit into, thus completing the puzzle.  I then cut up the painting in to puzzle pieces, put it in a box, and left it in a thrift store in Lethbridge, Alberta.  Documentation of this was shown in Small Things Forgotten, a project for the Southern Alberta Art Gallery’s “Into the Streets: Avenues for Art” 2009 exhibition series.

Celine Notheaux – Mystère


Puzzles, graphite, photographies, 30 x 40 cm.

Dran – inside – Palais de Tokyo

Dran – inside – Palais de Tokyo
détaille avec pièces de puzzle

Julie Jardel – Infirmière

Infirmière 1m55 – 2009 Encre et stylo sur papier marouflé sur bois


France Cadet – puzzle

by : France Cadet « Ballerines » & « Petits rats »

Mona Hatoum

by : Mona Hatoum


by : themetapicture.com

Julien Nedelec

julien nedelec puzzle sans titre stylo feutre noir format 13X20 cm

by : Julien Nedelec

Né en 1982 à Rennes.
Vit et travaille à Nantes.
Représenté par la galerie ACDC