Born in 1980 - France
Annabelle Tattu is a polyvalent artist, a graduate of the Metz Beaux-Arts (ÉSAL) and a graphic design graduate. Painter, illustrator, illustrator of children books and graphic designer, she has developed a style full of radiant colors.
In 2013, she was the winner of the Monaco artists' open and a finalist of the poster competition organized by the Paris Book Fair. Since 2012, she dedicated her time mainly to her paintings that distinguish themselves through black, impulsive and raw lines drawn on the canvas. "The man with the hat" became her icon and his silhouette is present in many of her works.
Her compositions are defined by spontaneity, by the joy in the colors she uses. She appropriates the codes of street art. The artist is trying to express her emotions and her experiences all the while bringing her critical eye on the world around us.
Annabelle Tattu is the winner of the 2014 price for young urban artists organized by Joël Knafo Art.
"Jeunes artistes urbains", Joël Knafo Art, Paris (France)
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