Born in 1962 Montréal/Canada, he studied Fine Arts and Art History at Concordia University in Montréal and received a scholarship for a specialization course in Sculpture at the Université du Québec à Montréal. He has lived in Germany since 1988.

Since 1979, Maillé has participated in numerous group exhibitions in Montréal, Wiesbaden, Berlin, Baden-Baden, Munich, Tokyo/Japan, Lòdz/Poland, Ville-Marie/Canada and Helgoland. He is one of the artists who helped design the East Side Gallery in Berlin.

His sculptural oeuvre is influenced by Henry Moore and Max Bill. His abstract sculptures are pure form - soft lines, supple, flexible, round, alternate with sharp, hard edges.


  • 2013
    • 11th OpenAirGallery, Oberbaumbrücke, Berlin
  • 2011
    • "Blend of Arts - the Chinese-German Art Exhibition", artist group Paradox,Tianjin, China
  • 2010
    • The Dragon of East and West, Artist Group Paradox, Chinese Cultural Center, Berlin
  • 2009
    • East Side Gallery, Berlin
  • 2007
    • "Printed Impressions" Stuben Gallery, Klein Machnow
  • 2006
    • "Art is an island" Artist group Paradox Helgoland
    • Presenters Hamburg
  • 2005
    • The dragon of east and west, artist group Paradox, Osterode am Harz
    • East-Side Gallery at the Goethe-Institut Athens, Greece
  • 2004
    • "Yellow" Gallery Waimer, Günzburg, Germany
    • Gallery Aquaforte, Great Christmas Accrochage, Berlin
    • Gallery Mill, Mallmö, Sweden
    • Shandong Provincial Museum, Ji-Nan, China
    • German-French Days in Ispahan, Iran
    • The Dragon of East and West, artist group Paradox, Rochlitz Castle, Germany
    • The Dragon of East and West, artist group Paradox, Schönfeld Castle
  • 2003
    • "Yellow", Gallery Dorothea Schrade. Illereichen-Altenstadt
    • Four elements, Gallery Schwartzsche Villa, Berlin
    • Gallery Aquaforte, "Portfolio works etchings",Berlin
    • Tanja Drewitz,Berlin
    • Gallery Waimer, Günzburg
    • "Art department store", Leipzig
    • "Berlin Ostbahnhof meets EAST SIDE GALLERY"
    • Gallery Sjoida, Berlin
  • 2002
    • "Tango Tango", Lowell Rizzo Gallery, Munich, Germany
    • "Great Wall Art Exhibition", Jixian, China
    • "Project Tianjin", Water Island Tianjin, China
    • "Forum I", Gallery AProPoS, Berlin
  • 2001
    • "Let's dance", Intel AG, Munich, Germany
    • SCA AG, Paris
    • Gallery Lowell Rizzo, Munich
    • Authors Gallery 1, Munich
  • 2000
    • Gallery Rutz, Munich
    • SCA AG, Munich

Sculptures of Pierre-Paul Maillé