Fabienne Verdier: Arias – New prints

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Fabienne Verdier: Arias – New prints

to Sat 8 Jan 2022

38 avenue Matignon, 75008 Fabienne Verdier: Arias – New prints

Tue-Fri 10.30am-6pm, Sat 2pm-6.30pm

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Aria 7, 2021

Silkscreen
85 x 60 cm
Edition of 40 © Fabienne Verdier / Courtesy Galerie Lelong & Co.

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Aria 9, 2021

Silkscreen
85 x 60 cm
Edition of 40 © Fabienne Verdier / Courtesy Galerie Lelong & Co.

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Aria 12, 2021

Silkscreen
183 x 135 cm
Edition of 25 © Fabienne Verdier / Courtesy Galerie Lelong & Co.

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In 2014, Fabienne Verdier was invited by the Julliard School in New York, the famous performing arts conservatory, to explore the interaction between music and painting. This experiment has now been repeated and developed with the voice. While listening in her studio to some of Mozart’s most famous arias, the artist allowed her body to respond with the most appropriate gesture. Spontaneously, she produced a vortex, the spiralling dynamic present in many natural phenomena. The result is a series of 15 engravings created by the artist during the lockdown. The energy and clarity of Mozart can be seen in the generous yet firm brushstrokes of Fabienne Verdier.

Fabienne Verdier was born in 1962 in Paris. She lives and works near Paris. In 2019, the Musée Granet in Aix- en-Provence dedicated a retrospective exhibition to the artist, retracing her career since her return from China. Her works feature in a number of collections, including the MNAM Centre Pompidou (Paris), the Musée Granet (Aix-en-Provence) the Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen (Munich), the Nasjonalmuseet (Oslo), and the Fondation Hubert Looser and the Kunsthaus in Zurich. Two major exhibitions are in preparation for 2022: in the Unterlinden museum in Colmar and the Saarbruck Museum.

© Fabienne Verdier / Courtesy Galerie Lelong & Co.


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