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Bordeaux (33), France
Nathalie Si Pié’s pictorial journey began with abstraction. Her expertise is demonstrated in a personal style that echoes the pixels found on our screens.
Si Pié brings out the delicacy of her artwork using “pixelated” strokes. Through a contemporary perspective she examines visual perception: the image appears only once we take a step back.
In a very colourful dynamic, she has painted pixel portraits, and paintings entitled “Miroirs” (Mirrors). Playing with reflections, these combine the abstraction of pixels with the figuration of characters.
Nathalie Si Pié is able to tackle a huge variety of themes thanks to her mastery of many very different techniques. For her series “Pixels flowers”, she revisited the traditional conception of a flower, modernising it with her own unique style.
In an altogether different process she produces large portraits entitled “The Same Other”. Assembling the faces of various individuals as one, she examines the borders of identity in vastly profound artworks.
DNAT (National Diploma of Art and Technique), Beaux-Arts d’Angoulême
2018: Xanadu Room, Hôtel des Quinconces, Bordeaux
2017: Espace Le Confidentiel, Bordeaux, "Pixels flowers" / La Conserverie, Bordeaux
2015: "In Faces", Chambres d’Art, Bordeaux
2014: "Dice Games", Triptÿque Gallery, Bordeaux
2013: "To all ages share the space", La Galerie, Dijon / Artothèque de Bayonne
2012: Spring poetry festival in Les Chartrons, Bordeaux
2011: "Face B", Gallery G62, Bordeaux
2007: "Puzzles II", Galerie du Loup, Bordeaux
2006: "Puzzles", RKR Gallery, Bordeaux
2001: "Envie de voir" Association, Bordeaux
2019: Wilhelm Blais Gallery - Bordeaux
2014: "Miroirs II", Château Haut-Piquat in Lussac-St Emilion
2013: Vasarely Museum of Budapest, HUNGARY / "Mirrors", Arts Forum, Talent
2012: "Face B", Espace des Glacières, Bordeaux / "Dialogues", Espace ParisCONCRET, Paris
2008: Biennale of Contemporary Art, Bègles
2007: Salon des Réalités Nouvelles, Paris
2005: Lahumière Gallery, Paris
2004: Frankfurt Fair, GERMANY Represented by the Lahuière Gallery
2000: Victor Sfez Gallery, Paris