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Get lost forever

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Ines Khadraoui

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Get lost forever

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Ines Khadraoui

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2020

Acrylic on canvas

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Dimensions: 120cm (H) x 80cm (W) x 2cm (D) / 47.2" (H) x 31.5" (W) x 0.8" (D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.

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It is by painting that the artist finds his inspiration. Body and mind unite at the moment of the act of creation, bearing witness to life in the present, in full consciousness. Inès's works are joyful, colorful and release a positive energy. The informality of his painting questions, challenges our senses, opens a new perspective of the world.

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Artist Profile

Born: 1962

Hometown: Paris

Based in: Paris

I was born in the Parisian suburbs of France, daughter of immigrant parents. From Spanish mother, I spent part of my childhood between Cantabria (Spain) and the Paris region (France). I currently live in the center of Paris. My first artistic education I owe it to my mother, a talented seamstress who used to draw embroidery patterns, inspired by nature.
Inspired by my mother’s drawings, I develop my artistic sense at a very young age. It is belatedly that I will take up design studies.
My art is the outcome of a period of professional creative frenzy in of about twenty years which I needed to feed myself to bring out my own artistic vision. My works give off a strong energy, positive. My art has freed herself from all technical constraints, to focus only on the expression and decoding of the energies that drive us. I have abandonned the figurative style and have turned to abstraction. The influence of Joan Mitchell will be particularly present in this evolution. I have now engaged in an introspective work for years, promoting the connection between body, mind and sensory experimentation that my painting give me through my gestures. My painting is neither in the past nor in the future. Only the present interests me, the moment when I create.


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