Résumé/Contact

Frédéric Lère
1 (917) 804 97 83  fredericlere@gmail.com

Group shows

1991, painting, Prix de “Home” show, Home Gallery, 44 Walker Street, New York, NY
2005, “Objet de Musée”, Galerie À Propos d’Art, Argenteuil, France
2009, watercolors, RiverWinds Gallery, Wells Fargo Advisors, Rhinebeck, NY
2009, paintings of Circus, MDH Gallery, 223 West 19th Street, New York, NY
2011, JAANY at TENRI Cultural Institution, 43a W 13th ST, New York, NY
2012, “Animal Kingdom”, RiverWinds Gallery, Wells Fargo Advisors, Rhinebeck, NY
2017, “Talented Art Fair”, Old Truman Brewery, London, UK
2017, “Bestiaire”, Étéphémère, Trôo, France.

Individual shows

2001, watercolors, Marcel Gallery, 420 Española Way, Miami Beach FL, USA
2003, watercolors, Chambre des Notaires, 12 Place Jean-Jaurès, Blois, France
2003, paintings, Galerie de l’Athénée, 4 rue de l’Athénée, Geneva, Switzerland
2004, watercolors, Galerie de la Mairie, Saint-Clair-sur-Epte, France
2005, paintings of Geneva, Enderlyn Gallery, Roxbury, NY, USA
2005, paintings of Hell’s Kitchen, Market Café, 496 9th Avenue, New York, NY, USA
2009, Paintings of the Hudson River Line, RiverWinds Gallery, Beacon, NY, USA
2011, “17 vues de la JR Line, Tokyo”, Galerie de l’Annexe, Saint-Avertin, France
2011, “17 vues de la JR Line, Tokyo”, Atelier d’Architecture Jérome Leroy, Paris, France
2011, “From Garment to Fashion”, screens, Fashion Center BID, New York, NY, USA
2014, “Big Apple Circus presents the FKL Show”, Mayson Gallery, New York, NY, USA
2014, “Looking for Lincoln Tunnel”, Kaufman Arcade, New York, NY, USA
2016, “Steps to the High Line”, Vivienne Art Galerie, Paris, France
2017, “New York screens and reflections”, L’Ariana, Trôo, France.

Mural paintings – with Mark Beard

Abercrombie & Fitch, 2005, New York, USA. 2006,  Los Angeles, USA. 2007, London, UK 2009, Milan, Italy. 2009, Tokyo, Japan. 2011, Paris, France.

Online Magazine
Cerebration, the 10th anniversary issue of this online magazine features Frédéric’s artwork.
55factory, London, 2017 interview.

Online catalogues published with lulu and blurb. These books can be downloaded for free with Lulu, or bought for $1,99 with blurb. Also available in print.

Steps to the High Line + Mpala Tano!, Blurb, 2016. Two series of paintings. The High Line is seen as an iron Snake, Manhattan landmarks are drowning under a Maori spell.
The Frivolous King Lère Show, Blurb, 2012. A series of paintings, furniture, objects with its amazing knife blocks and interactive games that anyone can play with for only 25¢!
17 watercolors of the JR Line, Tokyo, Blurb, 2010. From 2 traditional Japanese sketchbooks, with watercolors done along the JR Line in Tokyo,  were selected 17 views.
Hudson Line Departures, Lulu, 2009.  A journey along the Hudson River Line with a series of paintings in oil of views of all of the 31 train stations from Grand Central Terminal in New York City to the town of Hudson.
Paintings, Lulu, 2009. Overview of works in oil on canvas about New York and Geneva cityscapes, train stations of the Hudson Valley, circus acrobats and sculptural cutouts done between 2001 and 2010.
17 views of the JR Line, Tokyo, Lulu, 2010. A journey a long the elevated tracks of the JR Line in Tokyo from Tokyo Station southward to Shimbashi Station.
17 vues de la JR Line, Tokyo, Lulu, 2010. Une série de peintures à l’huile sur toile et sur bois découpés faite en 2010 d’après une série d’aquarelles peintes pendant l’automne 2009 à Tokyo le long de la Japan Railway Line près de Ginza.
Circus, Lulu, 2009. Oil paintings, frescoes and painted furniture about an imaginary Circus inspired by the tales of my Grand-Father, a former trapeze artist.