Lot 331 - Laurence de Valmy - Ellsworth's Colors
Acrylic and Ink on Paper
A6 (15 X 10cm) Original Artwork
Signed on verso
Laurence de Valmy invites us to reflect on the links between artists through times and the relationship between Art and social media today.
In her POST paintings, she revisits Art History through anachronic Instagram of the past. She combines iconic artworks skillfully appropriated with imagined conversations, historically accurate yet humorous. By telling the stories behind these artworks, the artist leads us to consider them with a new eye.
Her recent work #Hashtagsareart explores the place of Hashtags in our communication. It is said that an image can replace thousands of words. Hashtags link millions of images.
Laurence de Valmy is French American and lives in California, USA. Her work is represented by galleries based in New York, London and France. She is a member of Artcan.org
Ann Arbor Art Center, Michigan, USA / University of Aix en Provence, France
SOLO & GROUP SHOWS
Galleries and Museums (MUCA Munich, Barnes Foundation Philadelphia, CICA Museum Korea)
INTERNATIONAL ART FAIRS
New York • Miami • Los Angeles • Chicago • Palm Springs • London • Paris • Lille • Brussels • Hamburg • Hong Kong
2020 St Petersburg Art Residency #VirtualSPAR
2019 Guest Artist Museum Week, Michele Mariaud Gallery, NYC
2017 Artist Residency Fellowship, ESKFF at Mana Contemporary, Jersey City, NJ
Azart Gallery, Michele Mariaud Gallery, Kahn Gallery, Bettina Gallery, Range of Arts, Singulart
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork
My work aims to highlight the links between artists and how Art is a continuum. In this series of 4 postards I featured the stories of Yves Klein and Ellsworth Kelly and how their work inspired me to create my #hashtagsareArt postcards.
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