Born in Paris (France), in 1957

By an atypical route, Hélène de SAINT LAGER, artist-designer has created an original concept of cast metal: "random aluminum." After getting a very good reception from the interior designer Jacques Garcia, she develops this concept in installations, furniture, sculptures and jewellery. We discover in the working of this highly original material, all her own, this eclecticism full of poetry which is her characteristic as a person and as an artist.


Exhibitions & art fairs


1998: training in molding and sculpture at the Geneviève Compain workshop
1995: Formation of metal work with Pascal de Maurin
1990: Formation of milliner with Mr. Peulet, director of Frank & Son fashion studios
1980 : Bachelor of History of Art and Archeology, University of Paris, France
Formation and restoration of paintings and decor’s paintings with Armand Berthe, former head of restoration workshop at Louvre Museum
1976-1979 : Graduated from Ecole du Louvre, Paris, France

United Kingdom : London (18 Davies Gallery, London Connoisseur Gallery)
France : Paris (Galerie Arcturus, Galerie du Passage, Galerie Yves Gastou, Galerie Diane de Polignac, Espace Lhomond, Atelier Z, Galerie P.A Challier) ; Le Kremlin-Bicêtre (Grand Réservoir)
United States : New York (Twenty first Gallery)

2013 : Resin furniture for Schiapparelli, Place Vendôme Paris, Jacques Garcia Project, France
2012 : Lighting for the restaurant Institution in Lyon, Jacques Garcia Project, France
Since 2007 : Monumental works for Jacques Garcia’s projects. Creation of resin pieces,  « random aluminium” (alualéatoires) …

OTHER CREATIONS (Hats and Fashion Accessories – Carpets)
2004-2005: Exhibition – sale of carpets at the Artcurial Gallery, Rond Point Champs Elysées, Paris
1994: Exhibition at Hotel François I, 75008 Paris
1993: Creation of a line of Hermès square hats for Motsch
1992: Collection of hats for Isabelle Allard and exhibition at an antique dealer Quai Voltaire, 75007
1986-1990: Buenos Aires and Montevideo, Exhibition of painting and jewelry