about delphine perret

I graduated from l’Ecole des Arts décoratifs de Strasbourg (France) in illustration.
I co-created Le Bocal gallery, Lyon (France) and I’m co-running it.
I’m also part of LTD Art Collective with Tian Veasna and Lucie Albon.


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expos delphine perret

Eux 6 – collective show, Museum of Illustration, Moulins, France


Cheese of truth – with LTD + Klub 7 – Swinton & Grant gallery, Madrid, Spain
Nuits blanches – with LTD – Le Kiosque Mayenne, France
A vos ordres – performance – with LTD – Fontevraud Abbey, France

Troisième pile – House of Book Image and Sound, Villeurbanne, France
Installation – with LTD, Cultural center, Villeurbanne, France



Muesli – La Villeneuve library, Printemps du livre, Grenoble, France
Parcours – Streets of Rennes (festival ‘Wall Street’), France


No Gallery, no street art – with Klub 7 + LTD – Urban Spree gallery, Berlin, Germany
40 fois 1000 – Tropismes, Brussel, Belgium
Encres – Le goût des autres Bookstore, Moulins, France
Familles – collective show – Neuhof Library, Center for illustration, Strasbourg, France


show at Krasnoïarsk Book Fair, Siberia
Kommissia festival – Vinzavod Art Center, Moscow, Russia
Portrait – Le Bocal Gallery, Lyon, France
Collages – with LTD – City of Lyon, France
Moi, le loup – Library #1 – Minsk, Belarus


Collages – with LTD – City of Lyon, France
Traverses – Imaginez Maintenant festival – la Bastille, Grenoble, France
Sérigraphies – with Séverin Millet – L’atelier du coin gallery, Saint-Etienne, France


Moi, le loup – Media library, Décines, France


Autour de toutou tondu – Media library, Nanterre, France


BIB – show at the International biennale of illustration – Bratislava, Slovakia
Word of mouth – collective show – Rhys Gallery, Boston, USA



review delphine perret
about the big bad wolf and me :


“Very smart and thoroughly beguiling”
The New York Times


“The cartoon-style drawings and the quick-fire dialogue are a delight”
The Washington post


“Takes simplicity and the art of drawn line to admirable heights”
The Boston globe


“Both sophisticated and sublimely silly”
Kirkus Review