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Laurence Aëgerter (Marseille, 1972) is a multi-disciplinary artist who lives and works in Amsterdam and Marseille. Photography, installation and artist's books are her primary media.

Over the past years she has exhibited in several international solo and groupshows. 
Recent solo exhibitions from Aëgerter were "Appropriations", Institut Néerlandais Paris; "Le Louvre" MAMAC Nice, "Seek & Hide" Museum van Loon Amsterdam and "The Modernists and More" Hermitage Museum Amsterdam.

Recent group shows: “From Here On” Arts Santa Monica Museum, Barcelona, "Conceptual photography", Gallery Art Affairs, Amsterdam and 
"Bonjour Monsieur Matisse", Musée d’Art Moderne et Contemporain in Nice (MAMAC).

Aegerter received commissions for Art in community projects, Art in public space and site specific installations by SKOR, City of Leeuwarden, City of Amsterdam (NL), Conseil General des Bouches-du-Rhone (F), Musée Borély (Marseille), Museum van Loon (Amsterdam).

The artworks of Laurence Aëgerter form a part of the collections of amongst others, MoMA New York, Paul Getty Center Los Angeles, Tate Gallery London, Chelsea College of Art and Design London, MAMAC Nice, Caldic collection Rotterdam.



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