Born in 1963 - France
Véronique Attia is a French painter born in 1963.She expresses herself through a large variety of techniques: Oil, acrylic, pastel, collage, or ink.
Her canvases, full of doodles and erasures, are the witness of her faith and of her inner conflicts printed in materials and colors. Her work can be defined as a map of her feelings, sensations and perceptions. "If I think too much I don't create anymore" says the artist. Painting is therefore the core of her experiments.
Her work is characterized by the accumulation of colored materials, symbolizing the artist's quest for hidden truths. Her paintings are at the same time narrative, explanatory and enigmatic: they represent a variety of signs, lines, arrows, crosses and all kind of geometrical shapes.
Véronique Attia finds her inspiration in artists like Klee, Basquiat, Kiefer, Picasso, Brancusi, Miró or Antonio Tapies, who have broken painting laws by using anti-pictorial materials. The artist is also inspired by the pre-Columbian civilizations and parietal art (pigments, textures, tints).
Her canvases are the exploration of the ambiguous world of leaving a trace and memory.
Véronique Attia has participated in 2013 to the Winter Fair of Montreuil, the Autumn Fair of Tel Aviv, the fifth Asian Art exposition in Pekin and the Autumn Fair of Paris.
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