“[…] Ludivine Allegue, […] a pictorial work where the canvas gains prominence full of pain, mystery, memory and poetry.” JOSÉ FCO MEGÍAS FLÓREZ, CONDE DUQUE MUSEUM, MADRID, SPAIN.
“[…]her artistic world is: integrating, binding, vast, extensive, extensible. Wherever she looks, she sees something relevant to her work. But if she closes her eyes, she also can see blankness, absence, blackness and memories […], she knows how to codify them to make them part of her creative process.” PILAR G. RODRÍGUEZ; “LUDIVINE ALLEGUE – LO QUE EL LIENZO ESCONDE” DESCUBRIR EL ARTE Nº233, JULY 2018.
“[…]Ludivine Allegue […] is exhibiting intense and harsh paintings […].” “EL PUNTO DE LEONARDO DA VINCI“, ÁNGELES PEÑALVER; EL IDEAL, 6 NOVEMBER 2010, GRANADA, SPAIN.
“[…] a great intensity emerges from Ludivine Allegue’s painting.” LE PARISIEN, 24 MAY 2008, PARIS.
“While I was witnessing this plural work, I rediscovered ten times, a hundred times Ludivine Allegue’s painting, her mastery of spaces, colors, transparencies and forms.” LE MAGUE, MAY 2008, PARIS.
Allegue started painting at her city’s Art School (EMA, now an official preparatory class for French National Arts Academies) with painters Hélène Picardi and Carlos Aresti.
She graduated in Arts and Sciences of Art at the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne where she attended Lea Lublin, Jean-Michel Palmier, Jean-Claude Lebensztejn and Geneviève Clancy’s classes.
In 2003, she completed her PhD at Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne with Composer and Research Director Costin Miereanu. She dedicated part of her PhD thesis to Jaume Plensa’s sculptures, and subsequently worked at Plensa’s Studio during a few years
She was an artist in residence at the École Nationale Supérieure d’Art Limoges Aubusson in France (French Ministère de la Culture) in 2007 and at the Museum CAV La Neomudéjar in Madrid-Spain from Nov 2015 to April 2016.
She is one of the recommended artists of Premio Combat’s Jury (2020, Italy) and received a Talent Grant from the ECAM, one of the top International Film Schools according to the Hollywood Reporter in 2020. Her first fiction project received a special mention on the Filmarket Hub (Madrid Online Pitch 21).
Her work has been seen at international venues such as Musée National des Arts et Métiers (Paris, France), Museum CAV La Neomudéjar (Madrid, Spain), Arnolfini (Bristol, UK), Arches (Glasgow, UK), Talmart Gallery (Paris, France), Nitra National Gallery (Slovakia), Avignon/New York Film Festival (New York)…
Also a member of AVAM (Artistas Visuales Asociados de Madrid) and VEGAP, since 2019, she is co-managing Le B^timent, the studio she co-founded in Madrid with artists Dana Balajovsky, Juan Borgognioni, Alexandra Moldovan and Estefanía Santiago.