On the occasion of the exhibition "Une spiritualité au féminin", Tania Mouraud created an original work in limited edition: DCLLDF
On the occasion of the exhibition "Une spiritualité au féminin" in the Paray Le Monial museum, fifteen artists, among them the likes of Tania Mouraud, Carole Benzaken, Valérie Belin, Rossella Bellusci, Annick Roubinowitz, Hélène Mugot, etc., came together to explore the notion of spirituality with their feminine identity. Through the means of sixty works, of which certain are new, they propose a plural reading of spirituality.
On this occasion, Tania Mouraud created an original work in limited edition: DCLLDF
Silck screen printing in 60 copies signed and numbered.
|Size||56 x 75 cm|
|Justification||signed and numbered|
|Technique||Original silck screen print by Tania Mouraud on BFK Rives paper|
Tania Mouraud was born in Paris in 1942, where she still lives and works. Self-tought artist and figure of french contemporary art, she questions le relationship between art and social links and explores the notion of perception. Her work has various forms (language, installation, the wall-painting, photography, sound and video) to mobilise self and environmental consciousness within the spectator's mind.
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