Karina Bisch - Arlequine
Inspired by modernism, endowed with a great sense of colour, the artist has developed, for the past fifteen years, a graphic painting style that continuously interrogates origins and uses of shapes.
Inspired by modernism, endowed with a great sense of colour, sensitive to the history of applied arts, the artist has developed, for the past fifteen years, a graphic painting style that continuously interrogates origins and uses of shapes.
For the “Arlequine” exhibition, Karina Bisch decided to present recent art works in an unprecedented apparatus. The walls of the workspace will be covered by a canvas, on which black and white patterns are painted, that will immerse the spectator in a total universe. Windows created in the canvas will open onto coloured paintings. In the middle of the room, six characters wearing clothes designed by the artist give life to the exhibition. Karina Bisch is a colorist artist who plays with different mediums. She continuously interrogates modern art and revisits it by confronting it to applied arts.
Recent exhibitions (selection)
2009, 2010, 2014 : Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris
2014 : FRAC Ile-de-France, Paris
2014 : Stedelijk Museum (Modern art museum of Amsterdam), Amsterdam
2013 : Hilary Crisp gallery, London
2012 : Galerie Francesca Pia, Zurich
Captions of the illustrations :
- Image 1 : Arlequine
- Image 3 : Vitry (Sonia Delaunay), 2008 / acrylic on canvas / 180 x 180 cm
- Image 4 : Paravent pour Painting for Living_La Boutique, 2012 / Varnished wood and 5 painted silk scarves from the collection Arlequin, 2012
- Image 5 : Karina bat plus fort !, 2014 / Photography from the series "Summer serie with Motley", 2014
- Image 6 : Exhibition view, La Moderne, Hilary Crisp Gallery, Londres, 2013
- Number of pages
- 20 x 25 cm
- 20 illustrations
- Publication date
Born in 1974, Karina Bisch lives and works in Paris. She is represented by the Nosbaum & Reding gallery, Luxembourg, and the Dépendance gallery, Brussels (Belgium).
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