the work of Jérémy Gobé reflects a vision of an art "in life".
Artist, Coral Artefact founder & General manager
The work of Jérémy Gobé reflects a vision of an art "in life". He goes to meet workers without works and materials without workers, objects without use and unshaped works. Through his exhibitions in France (Palais de Tokyo, CENTQUATRE-Paris, Bullukian Foundation, etc.) and internationally (Bass Museum Miami, Hangzu China Museum, Shanghai Yuz Museum, etc.), his works propose a reconnection with nature. Like the verbatim of Auguste Rodin: "an art that has life does not reproduce the past, it continues", Jérémy Gobé, inspired by ancient know-how, imagines global solutions to contemporary issues.
Patron and Corail Artefact strategy and development director
A lawyer by training, Claire Durand-Ruel participated for twenty years in steering coordination between the French political and industrial authorities, in the context of the sale of large capital goods in North America and the Middle East. As a collector, Claire now pursues her activity in the discovery and promotion of the young French contemporary art scene through her ATTITUDE platform which, depending on the projects she supports, ensures overall design, coherent discourse, ethics and financial support.
Artistic collaborator for Corail Artefact
Élisabeth Caravella is an artist and filmmaker who graduated from the European School of Image, Decorative Arts in Paris and from Le Fresnoy, Studio National. His work, exhibited in France and abroad, is at the border between contemporary art and cinema.
She produces video installations as well as experimental fictional films inspired by cybernetics and new technologies. Since 2018, his work Howto has participated in the traveling exhibition Computer Grrrls initiated by the HMKV in Dortmund and the Gaité Lyrique in Paris.
Corail Artefact endowment fund
President of the Corail Artefact endowment fund
Doctor of law and specialist in business law, Colas Amblard is a partner lawyer at NPS CONSULTING. Lecturer in charge of lectures at the University Jean Moulin Lyon III, in particular within the Master 2 Law and taxation of the art market, he also teaches at the Lyon School of Lawyers and Notaries. Colas Amblard is a member of the Scientific Committees of ADDES and of the National Council of CRESS. Author of numerous publications related to the creation, optimization and restructuring of non-profit organizations, he is the President of the ISBL Institute, a 1901 Law Association which promotes associative entrepreneurship as a force for social transformation.
Vice-president of the Corail Artefact endowment fund
A graduate in Classics and Law, a graduate of Sciences Po, François Bordry began his career as a European civil servant: he headed the Information Office of the European Parliament in Paris before being appointed Director at the Directorate-General for Information . He was Simone Veil's press secretary during her tenure as President of the European Parliament. He was a regional advisor for the Center Region, where he chaired, in particular, the commission for major infrastructure, transport and the economy. He chaired the Center’s Regional Contemporary Art Fund, as well as the Regional Museum Acquisition Fund (FRAM). Since 2018, he has chaired the Biennale de Lyon (Dance Biennial and Contemporary Art Biennial).
Treasurer of the Corail Artefact endowment fund
A fighter pilot by training, Philippe Thoorens served in various squadrons as well as in the Patrouille de France and then as an exchange officer in the United Kingdom. After twenty years in the Air Force, Philippe joined Thales as an export sales engineer and project manager. He also contributed to various projects in Bangui in the Central African Republic at the Alliance Française where he was in charge of artistic and educational projects and also at the association of friends of the Boganda Museum.
Member of the Corail Artefact Endowment Fund Office
After obtaining a master's degree in Classical Letters and a DEA in French literature at Paris-X Nanterre University, Martine BORDRY has long taught French literature, but also Latin and Greek, in Paris, Versailles then at the French lycée in Luxembourg. . She has a good knowledge, in particular, of old authors as well as of French literature of the 19th and 20th centuries. Finally, Martine BORDRY is a lover of all art forms (archeology, medieval art, modern and contemporary art) and a collector.