Fifteen artists came together to explore the notion of spirituality with their feminine identity.
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.
The art (installations, photographs, videos, sculptures…) alternates between fragility and intimacy, thus offering a sensitive attempt at the restitution of spirituality.
Each of these artists explore several themes: “Being-in-the-World,” “Spiritual Childhood,” “Intimacies of a Body-Heart,” “Secret Garden,” “In Her Wake,” “Consumed by Fire,” “Presence Absent,” “Transmutation,” “The Time of Silence,” “Body of Light and Tears” and “Terra Incognita.”
Texts by Madeleine Blondel, Dominique Dendraël, Sylvie Barnay, Camille Froidevaux-Metterie and Bernard Salignon.
|Number of pages||128|
|Size||20 x 25 cm|
French photographer born in Boulogne-Billancourt in 1964, graduate in plastic expression (Ecole nationale des beaux-arts de Bourges) and in art philosophy, Valérie Belin addresses the body and its absence. At the heart of her work, the boarder between what is alive and inanimate and between what is original or an imitation, fascinater her.
Carole Benzaken was born in Grenoble in 1964 and lives and works in Paris. Graduate from the Ecole nationale supérieure des beaux-arts de Paris, working on the deepness of a painted canvass and on the surface of the digital medium, the artist stages a multiple theater that works simultaneously with indoors and outdoors, intimacy and surface, collective codes and individual memory. In 2006, absorbed by the Hebrew Ancient Testament, she addresses drawing and color through their backlit and programmed lighting.
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.
Born in 1958, Annick Roubinowitz is a paintor and art therapist. After applied art and history of art studies, she works in specialised areas since 1987. Her art articulates around two axis: what she calls litterary painting, and the dialogue with the sacred.
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