by Beatrice Caracciolo
Essay by Dominique Baqué
27,5 x 24 cm
10 1/2 x 9 ½ in
Almine Rech Editions
Beatrice Caracciolo (born in 1955 in Italy) experiments with a variety of materials, starting with charcoal drawings in which collaged elements come to the fore. Her work is evocative of areas of fluctuation between solid and fluid states of matter, a way of declaring her obsession with the quasi-alchemical processes. Her work is concerned with ways to depict displacements of energy.
Features ‘Faire bouger les lignes de front’, an essay by Dominique Baqué, with a translation by Deke Dusinberre.
This book was published in conjuction with the exhibition ‘Terra d’Ombra’, held at Almine Rech Paris between March 3 and April 7, 2012 and the exhibition ‘…pour que passe enfin mon torrent d’anges’, held at Château de Haroué between March 4 and September 18, 2012.
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