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Danielle Aspis has chosen to document life through playful theatricality, transforming production, creation and reception spaces into places of aesthetic research, delimited by digital methods. Its production space is life, and everything can be a pretext for innovative thinking that materializes either in the form of writings or in the form of original artistic works. Her creative space is her mental space, influenced by her theoretical and artistic culture. Its reception area is the gallery, social networks and its website. Her research on color comes from her encounter with abstract art, she particularly likes the works of Karel Appel and Jackson Pollock.

She goes beyond classical photography through serial experimental and exploratory work on the formal and chromatic variations made possible by Photoshop. This to lead to dematerialized, abstract or fictional images, contrary to usual commercial practices, in order to bring to life an imagination shaped by her career rich in research and experience around Photographic Art and Contemporary Art. The digital modalities make it possible to tend towards a poeticization of the space and to propose an embellishment associated with a dialogue on the challenges of today's Art.


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All artworks of Danielle Aspis
Photography, Abstraction désertique - Photographie désert du Néguev, Israël, Danielle Aspis

Abstraction désertique - Photographie désert du Néguev, Israël

Danielle Aspis

Photography - 14.2 x 25.2 x 0 inch

$1,272

Photography, Abstraction désertique - Photographie Désert du Néguev, Israël, Danielle Aspis

Abstraction désertique - Photographie Désert du Néguev, Israël

Danielle Aspis

Photography - 14.2 x 25.2 x 0 inch

$1,272

Photography, Abstraction désertique - Photographie Désert du Néguev, Israël, Danielle Aspis

Abstraction désertique - Photographie Désert du Néguev, Israël

Danielle Aspis

Photography - 14.2 x 25.2 x 0 inch

$1,272

Photography, Bruges, H12 - Composition abstraite photographique Belgique, Danielle Aspis

Bruges, H12 - Composition abstraite photographique Belgique

Danielle Aspis

Photography - 23.6 x 35.4 x 0 inch

$1,763

Photography, Abstraction désertique - Photographie du Désert de Néguev, Israeël, Danielle Aspis

Abstraction désertique - Photographie du Désert de Néguev, Israeël

Danielle Aspis

Photography - 14.2 x 25.2 x 0 inch

$1,272

Photography, Abstraction désertique - Photographie désert du Néguev, Israël, Danielle Aspis

Abstraction désertique - Photographie désert du Néguev, Israël

Danielle Aspis

Photography - 14.2 x 25.2 x 0 inch

$1,272

Photography, Bruges, H15 - Photographie Belgique, Danielle Aspis

Bruges, H15 - Photographie Belgique

Danielle Aspis

Photography - 23.6 x 35.4 x 0 inch

$1,763

Photography, Bruges, H14 - Photographie Belgique, Danielle Aspis

Bruges, H14 - Photographie Belgique

Danielle Aspis

Photography - 23.6 x 35.4 x 0 inch

$1,763

Photography, Bruges, H13 - Photographie Belgique, Danielle Aspis

Bruges, H13 - Photographie Belgique

Danielle Aspis

Photography - 23.6 x 35.4 x 0 inch

$1,763

Photography, Bruges, H10 - Photographie Belgique, Danielle Aspis

Bruges, H10 - Photographie Belgique

Danielle Aspis

Photography - 23.6 x 35.4 x 0 inch

$1,763

Photography, Bruges, H8 - Photographie Belgique, Danielle Aspis

Bruges, H8 - Photographie Belgique

Danielle Aspis

Photography - 23.6 x 35.4 x 0 inch

$1,763

Photography, Bruges, H7 - Photographie Belgique, Danielle Aspis

Bruges, H7 - Photographie Belgique

Danielle Aspis

Photography - 23.6 x 35.4 x 0 inch

$1,763

Photography, Shoes, Fashion victim, Converse, G30 - Composition numérique, Danielle Aspis

Shoes, Fashion victim, Converse, G30 - Composition numérique

Danielle Aspis

Photography - 11.8 x 17.7 x 0 inch

$995

Photography, Shoes, Fashion victim, Stan, G17 - Composition numérique, Danielle Aspis

Shoes, Fashion victim, Stan, G17 - Composition numérique

Danielle Aspis

Photography - 11.8 x 17.7 x 0 inch

$995

Photography, Avenue Montaigne, Série 13, D63C - Composition numérique, Danielle Aspis

Avenue Montaigne, Série 13, D63C - Composition numérique

Danielle Aspis

Photography - 23.6 x 23.6 x 0 inch

$1,108

Photography, Avenue Montaigne, Série 13, D62C - Composition numérique, Danielle Aspis

Avenue Montaigne, Série 13, D62C - Composition numérique

Danielle Aspis

Photography - 23.6 x 23.6 x 0 inch

$1,108

Photography, Amsterdam, Vélos, C1 - Composition numérique, Danielle Aspis

Amsterdam, Vélos, C1 - Composition numérique

Danielle Aspis

Photography - 19.7 x 29.5 x 0 inch

$1,357

Photography, Christo et Jeanne-Claude, K7 - Photographie Arc de Triomphe empaqueté, Danielle Aspis

Christo et Jeanne-Claude, K7 - Photographie Arc de Triomphe empaqueté

Danielle Aspis

Photography - 11.8 x 17.7 x 0 inch

$780

Photography, Christo et Jeanne-Claude, K6 - Photographie Arc de Triomphe empaqueté, Danielle Aspis

Christo et Jeanne-Claude, K6 - Photographie Arc de Triomphe empaqueté

Danielle Aspis

Photography - 11.8 x 17.7 x 0 inch

$780

Photography, Christo et Jeanne-Claude, K5 - Photographie Arc de Triomphe empaqueté, Danielle Aspis

Christo et Jeanne-Claude, K5 - Photographie Arc de Triomphe empaqueté

Danielle Aspis

Photography - 11.8 x 17.7 x 0 inch

$780

Photography, Corona Flowers, Série 6, C28 - Composition numérique, Danielle Aspis

Corona Flowers, Série 6, C28 - Composition numérique

Danielle Aspis

Photography - 11.8 x 17.7 x 0 inch

$678

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Who is the artist?

Danielle Aspis has chosen to document life through playful theatricality, transforming production, creation and reception spaces into places of aesthetic research, delimited by digital methods. Its production space is life, and everything can be a pretext for innovative thinking that materializes either in the form of writings or in the form of original artistic works. Her creative space is her mental space, influenced by her theoretical and artistic culture. Its reception area is the gallery, social networks and its website. Her research on color comes from her encounter with abstract art, she particularly likes the works of Karel Appel and Jackson Pollock.

She goes beyond classical photography through serial experimental and exploratory work on the formal and chromatic variations made possible by Photoshop. This to lead to dematerialized, abstract or fictional images, contrary to usual commercial practices, in order to bring to life an imagination shaped by her career rich in research and experience around Photographic Art and Contemporary Art. The digital modalities make it possible to tend towards a poeticization of the space and to propose an embellishment associated with a dialogue on the challenges of today's Art.

When was Danielle Aspis born?

The year of birth of the artist is: 1965