Nicolas Frémion grew up in the south of France, and studied at the school of fine arts in Mareille (ESADMM).
After he finished his studies, with friends he created the collective of artists Yassemeqk which lead him to go to Berlin where he lived with Sinyoung Park for two years. For practical reasons, they decided to end their stay in Berlin.
By means of a friend they joined the collective La Menuiserie. There he has been able to experiment with new drawings and collaborations with other artists.
His artistic style is based in creating highly detailed and extremely sexualised drawings, almost uniquely working in small format and in black and white.
He is currently represented by the gallery Le Point Fort in Starsbourg.
Sinyoung Park was born in Busan, South Korea in 1983. In her country of origin she studied traditional Korean painting. After her initial education she decided to move to south of France where she developed her own style in mixing Asian and Occidental art. At the school of fine arts in Marseille (ESADMM) she came across the artist collective Yassemeqk and ultimately went to Berlin with them. She later decided with Nicolas Frémion to return to France and, with the aid of a shared friend, found the collective La Menuiserie.
She is currently represented by the gallery Le Point Fort in Strasbourg.
Célia Grégot, born in 1985, received her diploma at the school of fine arts in Paris (ENSBA) in the workshop of Philippe Cognée. Her painting revolves around landscape and she is now starting to work with sculptures and installations involving household materials.