Born in France in 1996, Pauline d'Andigné graduated from the Beaux-arts de Paris in 2021, and lives and works in Paris.

Borrowing her plastic vocabulary from the world of production and consumption, Pauline d'Andigné pushes her appetite for shapes and colors to extremes, playing on the correlation between attraction and repugnance with a rhetoric of excess. A commentary on the society of entertainment and excess that characterizes hypermodernity, and an expression of troubling ambiguity, her work takes on a multidisciplinary dimension. From paintings and silkscreens on fabric to padded vinyl murals and blistered cones, metal, plastic, vinyl and resin form a body of work that belongs to the artist's preferred register of "soft forms". A pleasure in misappropriation and a hint of humor can be discerned, fleshed out by an in-depth work on layers of material, transparency and suspension effects.


In Pauline d'Andigné's work, the "pop" heritage finds an unprecedented contemporaneity, and is thus the object of a cynicism tending towards a certain provocation of good taste. While the influence of the "bad painting" movement can be felt, it is more in a skilful in-between, a troubled zone of pleasure, that the artist carves out her singularity.


Pauline D'Andigné is taking part in the "I've got a feeling" exhibition at the Musée des Beaux-Arts d'Angers until January 7, 2024, before her second solo show at Galerie Ketabi Bourdet in Paris in 2024, following a residency in Latin America.


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