Simone Fattal (inbunden)
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Simone Fattal (inbunden)

Simone Fattal

Inbunden, Engelska, 2023-10-26
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Archetypal Figurations of Displacement and Fragility Influenced by her experiences of war and migration, Simone Fattal has transcended the boundaries of both media and geography like few other artists of her generation. In her collages, she combines pieces from her private archive with historical events in the Arab world. Made up of individual parts and reassembled, these works suggest the fragility of an identity shaped by migration. Her more abstract ceramic sculptures reference ancient myths and archaeological finds. Fattal's first solo exhibition in Germany is accompanied by the artist's first comprehensive monograph, which combines essays by long-time companions with new scholarly contributions by international authors.
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SIMONE FATTAL (*1942, Damascus) was born in Syria and raised in Lebanon. She studied philosophy at the Ecole des Lettres in Beirut and at the Sorbonne in Paris, before returning to Beirut and starting to paint in 1969. Fleeing the Civil War in 1980, she settled in California. Fattal currently lives in Paris, and she has had recent exhibitions at the Whitechapel Gallery, London, Bergen Konsthall, MoMA PS1, New York and the Musee Yves Saint Laurent, Marrakech.