Born in 1988 - France
Anais Ysebaert is a young French artist born in 1988.
She currently lives and works between Paris and Normandy. She graduated from ENSBA, National Superior School of Fine Arts of Paris in the studio of Phillippe Cognee and from the School of Sevres.
Anais Ysebaert's work has a selection of patterns and a treatment of the original subject, the young artist depicts a fantastic, enigmatic, frightening world where animals, men and skeletons meet at the center of a dark, scary forest.
The subjects of death and vanity, are implicitly represented here by these half human, half animal, half skeletons creatures. A macabre dance or incarnation? The observer is challenged or maybe disturbed, by these black and white compositions.
Provoquer l’apparition, exposition collective, Galerie l’Inlassable, Paris
Dessiner l’Invisible, exposition collective, Fondation Mindscape – 24B, galerie Antonine Catzéflis, Paris
YIA Art Fair, Gallery Maison d’Art (Osaka), Paris
Vagabonde, exposition collective, Gallery Maison d’Art (Osaka), Tokyo, Japon
Prix David Weill, exposition collective, Académie des Beaux-Arts, Institut de France, Paris
Iris Time, exposition collective, l’Inlassable Museum, New-York, Etats-Unis
Micro Salon #5, exposition collective, Galerie l’Inlassable, Paris
Mauvaises graines - Topographie de l'art, Paris
Lignes de Chance - Fondation d´entreprise Ricard, Paris
83.8 x 106.7
92 x 244
112 x 128
112 x 108
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