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Nathalie Auzepy

Paris, Paris, France

Nathalie Auzepy s french. She is driven by creativity since her early childhood. Always creating, she is working like and artist and an architect. Nathalie is a Crossed rising artist whose famous begins to be international. Her artwork wis exhibited already in several biennial events of contemporary art and museums and some her her masterpieces had already been acquired by private collectors and cities to be in the public space. A lot of famous brands also asked her to create artistic installations and sculptures for them: Chanel, Hermès, Guerlain, Dior etc.... Nathalie consider that art is generating links, positive and makes people asking themselves about the big questions of human being with tender and sincerity. Her great grand-father, Adolphe Alphand, Baron Haussmann’s landscape architect, Her mother, Michèle Auzépy, pianist, composer and Boris Vian’s muse, Her father, Jean-Paul Sassi, theater and television director, Transmitted her strength, sensibility and sense of construction. Therefore, creation is a matter of genetic that gush from her soul’s inner necessity. With her artworks, she creates a permanent dialogue between space, body and soul. She’s fascinated by the fragility of equilibrium and the strength of rootedness. Nature as a creative and evocative power Both her favorite thematic and experimentation eld, Nature has an important place in Nathalie Auzepy’s work. Fascinated by its architecture and its ability to renew itself eternally, the artist draws in it a creative and sensitive power that allows her to question the link between Nature, Human and Urban. "Nature is neither masculine nor feminine. Nature is powerful and fragile at the same time, rooted and moving, between earth and sky." A woman artist / An ARTIST and a WOMAN Rising her creativity deep into her status, Nathalie Auzépy tries to illustrate an an- cient dialectic, uniting creation and femininity. Engaged in the struggle for vio- lence against women, and in uenced by her own experience, she’s working with emotion and strength to give back the women their place among our society: “not against masculinity but very close to it”. Sometimes savage, sometimes fragile and omnipresent in Nathalie’s artworks, femininity is celebrated. A pursuit of spirituality and humanity Driven by spirituality since her childhood, Nathalie Auzépy explores the con ne of mysticism and symbolic femininity through the elaboration of her artistic gesture. During ve years, the artist worked with a shaman, in order to apprehend better the forces and emanations she feels. From the drawing to the sculpture, the video, music or performance, Nathalie’s creative process is a search for meaning, in which the Humanity is central: as a polyphonic territory, as a puzzle of information allowing to understand and appre- hend body, space, spirit, history, science, society... Beyond the visible: the senses: Essential to Nathalie Auzépy’s work, the notion of experiment allows her to conceive not only observed but touched, feeled, apprehended from every ways creations. Through transversality, the artist nds a unique way: “A video alone, for me, hasn’t got any real meaning. It empowered itself if associated to a sculpture, a volume and a space.” By multiplying the medias like anchor points, she lets the spectator see a universe, a world in which he immerses, caught by the aura of it. Developing a vocabulary of sensitives universal forms, looking to gather rather than divide, using intuition instead of intellect she unites her work to her public. SOME EXHIBITIONS: 2017 : Imago Mundi: Beneton Fundation May 2017 Bruxelles - Parc Hauster- Chaudfontaine - Lieux communs - Biennale - Belgium: acquisition by the Town March 2017: "The 8th arrondissement celebrates women" Solo show, City Hall of the 8th arrondissement Paris February 2017: Solo show, Renaissance Paris République hotel ‒ Paris February 2017 ‒ October 2017: Montalto Sculpture Prize - finalist,"Arc of Life", Group show, Melbourne Australia Décember 2016 ‒ January 2017: "Contemporary Venice "- Itʼs Liquid International Art Show, Group show, Palazzo Flangini ‒ Venice, Italiy October 2016 : Nuit Blanche – OFF Program,"Branch of Life" project, sculpture & interactive, luminous and sonorous scenography - August 2016 : Paris: L’Été du Sénat – Solo exhibition "Nature & Sacred Femininity" - Jardin du Luxembourg , Pavillon Davioud - Paris June 2016 : Parcours Saint Germain des Prés - "Limitless: from the object to the artwork"- Hôtel des Marronniers – Paris April 2016 : PARTcours-PARKunst - Contemporary Art Biennial - Woluwe, Belgium: acquisition and order of the town of Bruxelles of 3 artwork. April 2016 : YIA ART FAIR -Contemporary Art Fair - Le Louise Brussels, Belgium October 2015 : YIA ART FAIR - Contemporary Art Fair - Le Carreau du temple – Paris June/july 2015 : D’Days 2015 - Musée CARNAVALET : "A parisian experience", Sculptures& interactive scenography – Paris April 2015 : N.A Studio - Exposition "The Sacred Woman", automatic drawings & photos – Paris 2012 : Ministry of Culture / Palais Royal Gardens: « Lin-stallation », Scarecrow sculpture "Rapunzel"– Paris

Nathalie's ArtPrize Entries

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