Eva Nielsen

Eva Nielsen
Library Shelf Location 18.NIEL
Publication Date 11 Sep 2019

The first monograph of the painter Eva Nielsen is an important step in her career. This publication coincides with ten years of research and production. Young painter, Eva Nielsen was a student at Philippe Cognée's studio at the Beaux Arts in Paris. Surveying territories is at the origin of his approach to painting. Places under reconstruction or fictitious spaces, Eva Nielsen blurs our reference points by "fabricating" disturbing images. Painter who constantly questions the photographic in her practice, Eva Nielsen integrates screen printing in her paintings in order to bring together and reconfigure fragments of reality. Territories disturbed, abandoned and crossed by disasters or natural catastrophes, his paintings are constructed through multiple visions of the landscape: desert, dry, with concrete or urban areas. Oscillating between the everyday and the imaginary, Eva Nielsen's paintings proceed from a flattening of urban and architectural realities. The book will be launched during an exhibition at the Jousse Entreprises gallery next June. Supported by Adagp, the book will also be presented at Filaf in Perpignan in June. Eva Nielsen is also represented abroad by The Pill gallery (Istanbul).

ISBN 9782490505067
Quantity 1
Pages 176pp, 19.1 cm x 24.7 cm
Authors Clément Dirié, Joël Riff, Marianne Derrien
Format Softcover
Publisher Manuella Editions
Related Artist Eva Nielsen
Category Artist (relating to a single artist/collaborative team)
Keywords Painting, Prints
Languages French, English

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