Frank Perrin’s “Into the West” is coming – next Saturday. All works created in Las Vegas area.

Frank Perrin, “Local fire” #1 (Bike) – Las Vegas, New Mexico – 2017 courtesy Mayeur Projects – The whole show will be on view next Saturday, April 15, 4-8 pm, at our opening.

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Frank Perrin’s diary – day 5 – Into the city – Tumbleweed

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Frank Perrin’s diary, day 4 – On the road to the canyon

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Save the date!


Frank Perrin’s diary, day 3 – Scouting with Jaime Romero around Las Vegas, searching for locations for artistic shootings


First shots by our visiting artist Frank Perrin – a diary made of pictures


International art critic Paul Ardenne arrives today in Las Vegas for his writer’s residency – Interview

“For an art historian, to work with Mayeur Projects in New Mexico is a real opportunity. We are on the lands of the historic land art but also on those of the advanced research regarding ecology, a really big contemporary universal cause. I finish at the moment a work for French “Actes Sud” publisher, entitled “An ecological Art”. Plastic creation and Anthropocene: an immersion in the American West, the particularly sensitive zone since the 1970s in conservation and in the environmental protection, offers the opportunity to meet numerous local actors, and to exchange, in the frame in particular inter-university debates were set up by Mayeur Projects. Finally, meeting artists, numerous in the perimeter Albuquerque-Santa-Fe-Las Vegas, is always a big value for a first-hand work” Paul Ardenne

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April 15th: Opening of “Into the West” – upcoming show by French artist Frank Perrin, based on his “Las Vegas archeology” residency


Lecture by our visiting artist Frank Perrin at NMHU Media Arts tonight

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Mayeur Projects’ dispatch by David Lobdell on view at NMHU Media Arts and Technology Trolley Hall

Mayeur Projects has now its representation as a sculpture (a visual “dispatch”), in current NMHU Media Arts & Technology department show: “DISPATCH:Trolley”. Artist and Professor David Lobdell has been invited, with 8 other Las Vegas artists, to join a table with representations of 9 Las Vegas art spaces, in combination with a map of the New Mexico art establishment initiated in Spring 2016 by Santa Fe art groups SCUBA and Strangers Collective. David has chosen Mayeur Projects, as a project in Las Vegas, described by Christian as a flower between Atlantic ocean and Rocky mountains, between Eiffel tower and L.A. buildings, an art space whose owners are periodically suspended in the air, as suggested by the Air France Jumbo Jet. Thank you David!