Lot 415 - Cathy Tabbakh - Les 2 Poissons
Lot 415 - Cathy Tabbakh - Les 2 Poissons
Lot 415 - Cathy Tabbakh - Les 2 Poissons

Lot 415 - Cathy Tabbakh - Les 2 Poissons

Ink and Acrylic on Paper

A6 (15 x 10cm) Original Artwork

Signed on verso

ARTIST INFO

 

About 

 

Cathy Tabbakh is a French contemporary artist based in the UK. Her colourful work collides imaginary forms with existing landscapes through the use of both architectural and botanical elements, she focuses on still-life and interiors. 

 

Education 

 

She holds degrees in Fashion Textile, major in Textile Design and minor in Fine Art (2011) and Art History and Archaeology (2017) - both in Lyon, France - her native city.  
 

Select Exhibitions/Awards 

 

Cathy works with international art advisors and curators and exhibits regularly. This includes Delphian Gallery, San Mei Gallery, Galerie Rompone, Maison Contemporain, the Every Woman Biennale and more... Her work was also featured in Stylist and Grazia UK. She was most recently commissioned by Soho House to create 2 works to be included in their permanent collection and displayed in their brand new Paris branch opening in September. Lately, she was part of a duo show at Delphian Gallery, showing 8 works in their Covent Garden space. Cathy will soon be part of curated a group show at The Other Art Fair in London mid-October. 

 

Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork   

 

The 3 works created for the auction are a representation of the main themes and palettes I explore in my current work. A single still-life and the shadow she creates at the golden hour, a botanical portrait of a plant "in movement" as well as a still-life including fish, a key element to my recent works in relation to isolation. 

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