Martine Aballéa

Her work deals with decorative and natural imagery: these images inhabit her photographs, which are enhanced with colorful punctuation, thus giving birth to a dreamlike, bitter-sweet surreality. One must be attentive to the slightest detail in her work: pretty images or insignificant visions are rarely what they claim. 

She is well-known for her recolored prints, where images and texts intertwine to create stories. Her pasted shows have included:  The house below Narcissio (Nice, 2016),  The house without n , Crac Occitanie (2012) or  the Passenger Hotel , ARC, Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris (1999) ), the artist sets up a form of decoration where fiction is created.

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