Born in 1942 - Croatia
Mira Maodus is an artist of Russian origin was born in 1942. She divides her time between Paris, Tokyo and Belgrade. Two periods are recognizable in her work. The first one contains paintings in a "Nouveaux Fauves" style, characterized by a purely "Matissienne" sobriety. The other one started when she decided to turn to the abstraction movement by juxtaposing touches of colors and explore chromatic possibilities.
She replaces the touches by letters, drawn one after the other in a austere way. Sometimes the letters are thin, sometimes thickened, sometimes rectilinear, sometimes slippery, rigorous or convex, but always placed in the same set. She creates deep fields and bright effects by modulating the shades of colors. Her work can be considered as a "reading" of overflowing information.
Mira Maodus has studied at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts of Paris, the Academia delle Belle Arti in Venice and in the Frankfurt/Main Workkunstschule. Her artwork was shown in France, Italy, Romania, Serbia and Japan.
1973 : Galerie Mondadori, Verona, Italie
1977 : Galerie Barbaroux, Milano, Italie
1977 : Galerie ASCA, Brescia, Italie
1980 : Centre CHAILLOT-Galleria, Paris
1982-1987 : Galerie Ghendai, Tokyo
1987 : Galerie JC Riedel, Paris
1988 : Japon Press Gallery, Tokyo
1992 : Galerie JC Riedel, Paris
1993 : Galerie Espace Takarashi, Tokyo
1997 : Musée National, Belgrade
1998 : Galerie ULUS, Belgrade
2000 : Japon Art Forum, Kyoto
2001 : Galerie Etoile, Tokyo
2008 : Musée National, Arad, Roumanie
2010 : Bibliothèque National Pancevo
2010 : Galerie Etoile Tokyo
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