Jérôme Glomaud, a visual artist, was born in Paris in 1961. At the beginning of the `80s he began travelling between New York City, Europe and the Dominican Republic. He worked with a group of artists at La Bastille, created art in public spaces in Germany, the Czech Republic and Poland and collaborated with the Art and Design School Altos De Chavon in La Romana, Dominican Republic.
In New York City his work has been shown in important galleries amongst which the Holland Tunnel Gallery, the Merz Gallery, the Hampton Road Gallery and the Lisa Kirkman Gallery. Glomaud’s artwork has also been featured in exhibitions in the Dominican Republic, at the Centro Cultural de Puerto Plata (Puerto Plata), and the Museo de las Casas Reales (Santo Domingo).
In Rome, Italy, he completed his project “Jeux d’Eau,” in collaboration with the Superintendence for Architectural Heritage and Landscape of Rome, Frosinone, Latina, Rieti and Viterbo. The project was exhibited in Italy at Villa Lante, Bagnaia and at the Montoro12 Contemporary Art gallery in Rome. His project “Haiti-Artibonite,” in collaboration with the poets Frankétienne and Castera, was exhibited at the Haitian Embassy in Rome. His seascapes, “Memory,” and his “Pencil Shavings,” oil on canvas, were exhibited at Palazzo Farnese, the French Embassy in Rome, and at the Gallery André. He completed a project with the Hungarian Academy of Rome, curated by Francesca Pietracci. His work has been shown at the “Contemporary Cultural Center” (Batumi, Georgia), at “Circolo Degli Esteri” (Rome), at the Arena 1 Gallery (Between Two Seas/ La International), in Cisternino (Puglia – “In Difesa della Acque”) and in the following galleries in Italy: “Simon Bart,” (Salerno, Porto Cervo and Poltu Quatu) and “Galleria André” (Rome) where his work is part of their permanent collection.
In 2020 his work is being exhibited at l’Ile de Ré, France and in Tbilisi, Georgia.