Isabelle Cornaro has created an installation of wall paintings for the Palais de Tokyo, Paris. These in situ works, made using spray paint, are reproductions of stills from the 16mm film Floues et colorées [Hazy and Colorful] (2010) that stages landscapes, geometric abstractions and monochromes.
Isabelle Cornaro, Palais de Tokyo, Paris
Divine Feminine: A quartet of inventive visual artists offer femme deux at CoRK Arts District, Florida
New works by Lucy Clark, Caroline Daley, Christina Foard, and Sharla Valeski are featured in femme deux. The brainchild of multimedia artist Valeski, this second show celebrates womanhood and empowerment.
Interview with Ilua Hauck da Silva, longlisted artist for Aesthetica Art Prize 2012
Ilua Hauck da Silva works in a wide variety of media to create subversive and thought-provoking art. Her practice explores dark aspects of the human condition and explores the idea of vanity.