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Nathalie Florès

Nathalie Florès

France • Born in: 1964

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French artists

Nathalie Flores ( ca. 1964)

Nathalie Florès likes to work the material, form it, deform it, leave an imprint on it, tear it, pierce it, but also sew it back. Far from the classic subjects visited and revisited in traditional Provençal painting, olive trees, lavender fields or café terraces, Nathalie Florès, painter from Aix en Provence, offers us an expressive painting, all in delicacy and sensitivity, made delicate and soft materials.

These are the vibrations of the soul, the vibrations of being, the fragility of human stories, which she tells us when she explores her favorite, intensely topical themes. Nathalie Florès talks to us about childhood, about the being that is constituted. She talks to us about the fate too often still inflicted on women. She speaks to us of the bonds that bind beings, but also of the threads that repair and rebuild. She speaks to us of passing time, of memory and bodies that fade away, eroded by time.

Nathalie Florès does not speak to us about herself, she speaks to us about ourselves. “My common thread, body and mind, inseparable, between strength and fragility, connects the outside world and the intimate. The word is given to silent women, to memory and to the buried emotions of the soul.

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Nathalie Flores ( ca. 1964)

Nathalie Florès likes to work the material, form it, deform it, leave an imprint on it, tear it, pierce it, but also sew it back. Far from the classic subjects visited and revisited in traditional Provençal painting, olive trees, lavender fields or café terraces, Nathalie Florès, painter from Aix en Provence, offers us an expressive painting, all in delicacy and sensitivity, made delicate and soft materials.

These are the vibrations of the soul, the vibrations of being, the fragility of human stories, which she tells us when she explores her favorite, intensely topical themes. Nathalie Florès talks to us about childhood, about the being that is constituted. She talks to us about the fate too often still inflicted on women. She speaks to us of the bonds that bind beings, but also of the threads that repair and rebuild. She speaks to us of passing time, of memory and bodies that fade away, eroded by time.

Nathalie Florès does not speak to us about herself, she speaks to us about ourselves. “My common thread, body and mind, inseparable, between strength and fragility, connects the outside world and the intimate. The word is given to silent women, to memory and to the buried emotions of the soul.

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When was Nathalie Florès born?

The year of birth of the artist is: 1964