My work takes as its inspiration the fragmentary details and varied textures of everyday objects. By the use of a mix of techniques such as manual and digital collage, photomontage, and painting, I attempt to bring out their idiosyncratic and off-beat beauty to counter the blandness of perfection.
Brought into final form with the medium of photography, it is always my goal to create an acceptable tension between the straightforward, though formally disassembled representation of the subject, and the abstract composition of the whole.
By focusing on intimate detail and the specific character of a chosen subject matter I hope that my work acts as a kind of magnifying glass that compels the viewer to not only “look” but to “observe.”
Statement of Walls cuttings
(6 artworks proposed for Aqua Art Miami - Modular wall)
Drawing on more than 4,500 photographic prints - detail shots of the walls of Manhattan I took between 2008 and 2012 - I have cut them into a variety of geometric shapes or monochromes and assembled them into abstract collages.
Playing with patterns of texture, color, and tone I have sought to create fresh rhythms and harmonies from the tired walls of the city.
This collection marks my first move from digital to manual work.
• BRUCE MUSEUM OUTDOOR ARTS FESTIVAL - 2016, Greenwich CT, USA - (Group exhibition)
• NIDAU GALLERY, Nidau, Switzerland - (Solo exhibition)
• ART IN FLUX, New York, USA -UNCOMMON LANDSCAPES - by Capucine Bourcart and Sui Park
- «Wall Cuttings», «Haute Couture» (Duo exhibition)
• ATLANTIC GALLERY, New York, USA - A CONNECTION - «Game of transparency» (Group exhibition)
• AZART GALLERY, New York, USA - GRAVITY - «Haute couture» (Group exhibition)
• THE FLUX PUBLIC ARTS PROJECT, New York, USA - CHANGING LANDSCAPE - «Trompe l’oeil»
• THE RYE ARTS CENTER GALLERY, Rye, USA - HOT TICKET : WORKS ON PAPER - “Wall Cuttings
» (Group exhibition)
• ART WYNWOOD, Miami, USA - “Urban Mosaic» (Group exhibition)
• FLUX ART FAIR, NY, USA - “Deep Skin» (Group exhibition)
• ART EXPO NEW YORK, NY, USA - «Urban Mosaic» (Group exhibition)
• MUSÉE THÉODORE DECK, France - “THÉODORE DECK FRAGMENTÉ» (Solo exhibition)
• LA MAISON D’ART, NY, USA -COLOR PLAY - by Capucine Bourcart and Tomo Mori - «Wall Cuttings
» (Duo exhibition)
• HARLEM ART WALKING TOUR 2014, NY, USA - “Wall Cuttings» (Solo exhibition)
• HARLEM BIENNALE’s KICK OFF HB2015, NY, USA - “Urban Mosaic» (Group exhibition)
• LA TUILERIE, Hartmanzwiller, France - “Urban Mosaic» (Group exhibition)
• NIDAU GALLERY, Nidau, Switzerland - URBAN MOSAIC: NEW YORK - “Urban Mosaic» (Solo
• ART IN FLUX GALLERY, NY, USA - IN HER SKIN - “The Perfect Woman” (Group exhibition)
• ASSEMBLEE NATIONALE, Paris, France - Exhibition of the artwork «Bastille Flag” from the “Urban
• HAWT, NY, USA - “Kaleidoscopes,” “Still Lifes” and “Perfect Woman” (Solo exhibition)
• GALERIE DE LA BAIE, France - “Urban Mosaic” (Solo exhibition)
• LEROY NEIMAN ART CENTER, NY, USA - 10 SQUARED - 100 Ways of Looking at the World -
“The wall: An Urban Mosaic” (Group exhibition)
• HAWT, NY, USA - “Urban Mosaic: Wall of the City” (Solo exhibition)
• MOTHERHOOD MUSEUM, NY, USA - “39 Weeks of Pregnancy as an Art Basis” (Solo exhibition)
• ARSENAL GALLERY CENTRAL PARK, NY, USA - NATURE’S RETURN- “Nature Denatured”
• HOAST, NY, USA - “South India, a Travel with Challenges” (Solo exhibition)
• FRENCH CULTURE NIGHTS, NY, USA - “South India a Travel with challenges” (Group exhibition)
• HAWT, NY, USA - “Wall of the City” and “Nature Denatured”
• FRENCH CULTURE NIGHTS, NY, USA - “Rain Lights in NY” (Solo exhibition)
• HOAST, NY, USA -“Rain Lights in NY,” “39 Weeks of Pregnancy as an Art Basis,” and “Diary”
• Marcus Garvey Park Alliance, 2016 - Trompe l’oeil
• Best fence installation - Flux Art Fair , 2016 - Trompe l’oeil
• Lumen Prize: “New York Walls - RED” has been selected in the Lumen Price Exhibition that has
travelled the world in 2013
• Trompe l’oeil - Marcus Garvey Park, Harlem, New York 2016
• MUSEUM OF MOTHERHOOD, New York, NY, USA
• MUSÉE THÉODORE DECK, Guebwiller, FRANCE
Originally from Alsace, France, she has called Harlem, New York her home for the past ten years.
Primarily self-taught in photography, she has refined her skills through classes at the International
Center of Photography in New York, where she was also an Assistant Teacher. She is fascinated
by details, inspired by personal interactions, and she structures her creative process with visual
fragments that she collects in my daily life, travels, and relationships. She uses these fragments to
create her photographic collages.
Her works have been featured in Le Temps, Destination and Le Journal des Arts. Her work has been
exhibited and resides in private and museum collections in Europe and in New York. She was featured
in FLUX Art Fair, May 2015 and was an award-winning artist at FLUX Public Art Projects, May 2016.
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