Agnès Debizet


From the captivating "Rose Flamand" witch mirrors to the phenomenal monument that is "Évolution", a sculptural work comprised of 58 elements created over the course of almost a decade, Agnès Debizet's artistic journey and trajectory is as extradorinary and unexpected as her works. 

With no formal training, Debizet first leared to work stoneware by taking night classes in a small workshop in Paris, and has since developed a distinctive and decidedly singular universe. These works can be easily recognized by the recurring "Entrelacs (Knotwork)" that twist and turn to form the bodies of sculptures and furniture or the pervasive pores of the "Morilles (Morel)" series of lamps and totems.


Turning toward the decorative arts in the early 2010s, Agnès Debizet's first major solo-show exhibition, "Évolution Chimérique" was presented at the Galerie Yves Gastou in 2020. Through this show, visitors were invited to plunge into Debizet's spectacular, dream-like universe through the discovery of a collection in creation for over 20 years. 


Debizet's work is constantly shifting and evolving, blurring the lines between sculpture and furniture. This creation turned toward lighting with the 2022 exhibition "Les Illuminées" in which was unveiled a collection of over 20 lamps created specially for the show.


"I’m always fiddling, striving, and trying again, taking these superimposed layers of uncertainty, of error and relentlessness and becoming my artistic identity." 

- Agnès Debizet