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Chloe Quenum

Chloé Quenum graduated from the National School of Fine Arts in Paris in 2011. She then continued her training at Ehess, where she studied the anthropology of writing. Her installations are characterized by the “play of displacement” and the staging of ordinary objects. Her work is also based on an anthropological and historical approach, focusing on different regions of the world, in particular West Africa and Oceania. She uses multiple materials, borrowing shapes and graphic signs and transposing them onto new supports, thanks to the use of artisanal techniques and processes. Through and in her work, we witness the fusion of cultures, histories, and references, making it possible to question the interpretation and the context surrounding the reading of an object. These variations allow her to explore the modalities of representation and their mutations like an infinite work in progress. Her work has been exhibited in prestigious museums around the world, and her artworks are part of several public and private collections in France and abroad.​

sculpture noire

Teardrops, 2021

- Solid steel, paint
- 175 x 60 x 35 cm
- each Unique pieces
peinture colorée

Augure, 2016

- Color inkjet print on photo paper, plants,
- metal frame 41 x 31 x 2 cm (framed)
- Unique piece
Œuvre d'art dans un cadre métallique

Augure, 2022

- Black & white inkjet print on photo paper, plants, lacquer, metal frame
- metal frame 41 x 31 x 2 cm (framed)
- Unique piece

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