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#210920, 2021
Cardboard, carbon paper, 37 x 45.5 cm

Jeroen Migneaux blends abstract scientific concepts with graphic design in his collages. Utilizing vintage materials and a structured grid approach, his pieces are rich in texture and depth. Migneaux's evolution from digital influences to tactile collage work highlights his dynamic and innovative style, captivating both intellectually and visually.

#200104, 2020
Paper from old second-hand books and black cardboard, 47.4 x 59.2 cm

I am personally very interested in abstract concepts in science such as quantum entanglement, multiverse theory, black holes, the golden ratio etc. Since my work itself is abstract and methodological, I suspect that I subconsciously draw inspiration from this field.

Untitled, 2023
Old protective transparent paper, colored papers and grid with glass, 28.5 x 35.5 cm

My starting point is always a grid that serves as a framework. The grid can be (transparent) paper layered on top of itself, create new planes and lines or it can be the glass in front of the collage that’s acting like a grid. I need this grid as a starting point because otherwise I can become overwhelmed by all the possibilities of creating a composition on a blank canvas. A grid provides me with a structure to work within.

#210727, 2021
Paper from old second-hand books, black cardboard and tracing paper
46 x 50.5 cm
Untitled, 2023
Worn, old transparent paper & washi tape, 43.6 x 54 cm

AM Cassandre was my main inspiration when I started with collage. I love his graphic posters and the use of airbrush to create textures and shadows. In my early collages I looked a lot at his compositions and used the shadow of my papers to create that airbrush effect as well. Lately, I noticed I’ve stepped further away from Cassandre as my main inspiration

R - No._001, 2022
Worn, old transparent paper & washi tape, 43.6 x 54 cm

As a graphic designer, I collected quite a lot of graphic papers throughout the years. I mainly use old letraset paper, carbon paper, cardboard and paper from secondhand books that I buy in flea markets. I like to use older paper, as it gives some extra texture to the work.

#210301, 2021
Paper from old second-hand books, black cardboard and carbon paper, 41 x 45.5 cm

Jeroen Migneaux was born in 1987 in Menen, Belgium. He is currently based in Gent, Belgium.

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An additional selection of works by artists we have our eyes on.

Sandi Haber Fifield was born in Youngstown, Ohio in 1956, who lives and works in New York. She received her MFA in photography from Rochester Institute of Technology in 1981 and soon thereafter received a New York State Creative Artists Program Grant.

Mary Ellen Bartley is known for her photographs exploring the tactile and formal qualities of the printed book, and its potential for abstraction. Bartley’s work concerns itself with geometry and pure form; painterly in style, her photos also invite curiosity about the layered histories of the books themselves. Her photos are alive with questions – about what we do and don’t see and the stories we tell. Yet the spirit of her work provides a reflective response, a respite, from a noisy and chaotic world.

Will Pegna is a multidisciplinary artist based in London, UK. Drawing from over a decade and a half of experience as a competitive dancer and conceptual artist, Pegna works between performance, film and visual art, exploring the deployment of movement and the deconstruction of choreography to communicate ideas.

Aikaterini Gegisian (b. Thessaloniki, Greece) is a visual artist of Greek-Armenian heritage that lives and works between the UK and Greece. Investigating, assembling and deconstructing archives of popular culture, she has developed a rigorous research-based practice, that examines the role of images in the production of national and cultural identities.

Aaron Moth (b.1991) is a visual artist whose inspiration lies in nudity, homo-eroticism, architecture, and design. He has always been drawn to the collage medium besides producing assemblages and graphic works to experiment with new techniques and apply different methodologies, primarily to the vintage erotic and pornographic printed medium from the 60s to the late 80s.

Out and About

How and where to engage with collage in the world around us.
What to watch, read, and experience, as curated by the Collé team.


Kimowan Metchewais: A Kind of Prayer

A Kind of Prayer presents the first-ever survey dedicated to the late Cree artist Kimowan Metchewais and his singular body of work on Indigenous identity, community, and colonial memory. After his untimely death at age forty-seven in 2011, Metchewais left behind a wholly original and expansive body of photographic and mixed-media work. At the center of his practice is an extensive Polaroid archive, which addresses a range of themes and served as the source material for works in other media, such as painting and collage.


Paul Loughney - Recent Collages

Paul Loughney: Recent Collages, showing at The Betsy Hotel, Miami Beach from December 7th, 2023, blends surreal collage and storytelling in an immersive art experience. In this exhibition, Loughney's distinct blend of visual ambiguity and poetic imagery offers a profound and thought-provoking experience for its viewers.


Towa Tei - LP

WRWTFWW Records announce the release of the new album from legendary Deee-Lite member Towa Tei, celebrating the 30th year of his career. Available on (orange) vinyl for the first time outside of Japan. It was mixed by famed engineer Goh Hotoda and the artwork comes from painter Tomoo Gokita.