Nathanaëlle Herbelin

Nathanaëlle Herbelin - Publisher Dilecta - Ouvrage broché - 128 pages - Text in Bilingue Français / English - Published in 2023

The figurative work of Nathanaëlle Herbelin is marked by its human character and gives a large place to everyday life which it envelops in poetry and sensitivity, like the beings - human or animal - that it makes appear with grace.

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Model 9782373721386
Artist Nathanaëlle Herbelin
Author Emanuele Coccia, Nathanaëlle Herbelin, Henry-Claude Cousseau, Loïc Le Gall, Anaël Pigeat
Publisher Dilecta
Format Ouvrage broché
Number of pages 128
Language Bilingue Français / English
Dimensions 270 x 220
Published 2023

The figurative works of Nathanaëlle Herbelin are marked by their deeply human character: the artist gives an important place to daily life, which she wraps in poetry and sensitivity.

Portraits of her relatives, genre scenes brought up to date, still lifes using the most contemporary objects of our daily lives or even desert landscapes are part of her personal vocabulary.

With her delicate touch, her characteristic chromatic palette reminiscent of certain frescoes, Nathanaëlle Herbelin tells intimate stories and opens up a universe in which time seems suspended, as if she wanted to show memories or sections of her memory or even construct bridges between the intimate and the social.

This bilingual French-English publication thus traces the work of the artist from her beginnings on the French and international scene to recent works, dating from 2022.

Four texts – by Emanuele Coccia, Henry-Claude Cousseau, Loïc Le Gall and Anaël Pigeat – and an interview by Guslagie Malanda with the artist punctuate the book in order to give some reading keys to his already prolific work: poetics of his painting , question of time, memory, space, landscape and its geography, light, intimacy and openness.

Nathanaëlle Herbelin, born in 1989 in Israel, lives and works in Paris. A graduate of the National School of Fine Arts in Paris (DNSAP, 2016), she was notably invited in 2015 to follow the training of the Cooper Union (New York, United States).

With the support of the Jousse entreprise gallery.


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