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Victoire d'Harcourt Infini, 2018


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Ange Monnoyeur Gallery

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About the work
  • Medium

    Photography : acrylic, digital

  • Dimensions cm | inch

    46.1 x 70.9 x 0.4 inch

  • Support

    Photography on Dibond

  • Framing

    Black metal frame

  • Artwork dimensions including frame

    46.5 x 71.3 x 0.4 inch

  • Type

    Unique work

  • Authenticity

    Work sold with an invoice from the gallery
    and a certificate of authenticity

  • Signature

    Signed artwork

  • About the artwork

    Artwork sold in perfect condition

    Victoire d'Harcourt has always taken an interest in town planning and the architecture of large spaces. The artist takes pleasure in retreating museums, and all kinds of large expanses where men go to meet themselves. For the artist, the place is essential; it is he who punctuates and frames the stories. The artist, painter and photographer, strives to transgress reality. From a black and white photo that she makes and that she develops herself, without abandoning her subject, Victoire recomposes her photo using large flat colors, which insidiously will highlight a hidden truth. stronger than the apparent truth. The artist's work is a dialogue between abstraction and figuration. An impossible quest to find the balance between two opposing worlds, at least in appearance. Bridges are stretched… The painted photos of the artist were taken in museums which seem empty of meaning where sometimes a few visitors pass there, by chance, being neither quite an actor nor quite detached. A little lost, they look at the paintings as they look at their own history, like a parenthesis. Slowly but surely, from a universe that seemed very real (a photo), Victoire makes us fall into an ambivalent world where all the questions of existence are asked… without an answer.
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Victoire d'Harcourt

France Born in: 1966
Victoire d'Harcourt is a French artist born in Bordeaux in 1966.

From a childhood spent between France, Tahiti and Madagascar she kept a taste for big outdoor spaces and color.

She made her artistic training in the workshop Paul Fleury, at the School of the Museum of Decorative Arts and the Ecole du Louvre.

Painter, photographer as well as sculptor, she always seeks to alter reality, her work is a constant dialogue between figuration and abstraction; from a black and white picture, which she takes and develops herself, the artist recomposes the image using large flat colors that highlight a hidden truth stronger than the apparent truth

Her work is similar to an Illumination.

Her favorite subject? Random visitors in museums, which she depicts on her pictures with many colors.
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