Brigitte Amarger

Textile artist


Through mural or sculptural achievements, interior and in situ installations, Brigitte Amarger expresses her favourite topics : woodland universe and protection of nature,  writing and memory,  light and its passages.
She uses various textile techniques; painting; photography and video; ceramics and porcelain; hand made paper; medical imagery recycling; new technologies: laser cutting and engraving and new materials playing with luminescence and retro reflexion.
Since 1979, she has participated in numerous exhibitions in France and all over the world. Her work has gained recognition and features in public and private collections.
Graduated from the high art schools (ENSAAMA, ESAA) and the art university of Paris, she was Robert Wogensky’s and Jacques Brachet’s student. She later teached arts and textile for more than 40 years.
Member of “La maison des artistes”, ETN European Textile Network et FAF Fiber Art Fever.



hot glue
photo and video
recycled x-rays
new techs

News and current exhibitions

Exhibition in Montgeron, France

Solo Show
D’Âmes nature
14 june – 6 july 2019
Carré d’Art, Montgeron





Exposition Gdynia

Mar 8 2019Jun 9 2019

The Baltic Mini Textile is a competition of professionals, art graduates, and members of the Association of Polish Artists and Designers, to determine the best examples of contemporary miniature textiles. The winning works will be selected and put on display at both the Gdynia City Museum and the Central Museum of Textiles in Łódź. In addition, selected works donated to the Gdynia City Museum will also be exhibited in the Middle Franconia Gallery in Germany.


Exposition Humans

Exposition collective
29 september- 27 august 2019
Côme, & Milano, Italie; Montrouge & Caudry, France.

Miniartextil  born in 1991, with ARTE&ARTE a cultural association. If today Miniartextil is an event known all over the world, is thanks to our work and the work of artists and collaborators who love our exhibition. In two years we will celebrate the firsts 30 years of Miniartextil: we wish it could be an event to share with everyone, to instill everybody our passion for art.