The Marseilles exhibition of
15 January 2021
Caroline Denervaud expresses herself in a colourful, vibrant and abstract movement. After years of exploration through dance, the artist now gives meaning to her gestures by materialising them on canvases and objects. A true contemporary researcher, Caroline experiments, plays, orbits around her art which is both raw and poetic. This work has given birth to forms, colours, naïve and liberating signs. A rich universe, with multiple influences.
In 1964, André Breton wrote about Alechinsky: « What I appreciate the most in art is what you have, this power of intertwining curves, this organic rhythm, this delightful self-abandonment that you get from colours, from light ». Words that today furiously echo Caroline Denervaud’s lively work. Discover her work from March 22nd to May 19th at the Double V gallery in Marseille.
Some adjective(s) to describe the atmosphere of your paintings?
Playful, lunar, colourful, secretive, instinctive.
The origin of the project?
« After a meeting in Nice at the end of 2017, followed by more than a year of regular collaboration, the curator Emmanuelle Oddo and the director of Double V Gallery, Nicolas Veidig-Favarel, naturally invited me to present my first solo exhibition in France, in their space in Marseille ».