Biennale History





GF 1Guy Ferrer is French, born in Mediterranean in 1955. After having lived between Paris (France) and Los Angeles (United States), in 2014 he set up his home and art studios in Canet en Roussillon (South of France).

Painter and sculptor, he developed an international career, marked by several exhibitions in many museums and galleries. His works belong to important public and private collections around the world. Several French government orders honoured the artist: a monumental sculpture for the French embassy in Singapore, a large fresco painted for the French embassy in Bakou (Azerbaijan), a large triptych Liberté-Égalité-Fraternité for the O.C.D.E. in Paris on permanent display.

Several companies requested his artistic partnership, such as Lefranc & Bourgeois, Le Bon Marché (creation of four painted bags and permanent public installation of monumental bronze "La Pourvoyeuse" in the entrance of the store), Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte (creation of label, paintings, greeting cards, posters, objects), Champagne Jacquart, Château Haut-Canteloup (creating a label for this Medoc wine). Guy has also been approached by several publishing houses (ed. Francophones, Mobydick and J.E. Flower) for the creation of book covers.

« T.O.L.E.R.A.N.C.E », a major work created in 2007 in reaction to contemporary humanist religious tensions, is already an internationally recognized sculpture (France, Germany, Poland and the United Arab Emirates).

In 2014, Guy's works was presented in Johannesburg (South Africa), Beirut (Lebanon), Xiamen, Beijing (China), and Annecy, Perpignan, Aix-en-Provence and Saint-Ouen (France).


This artist has received the kind support of PSA Insurance Ltd. for their Mdina Biennale project.

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