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Katinka Lampe


Katrien de Blauwer

Love me tender

Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire
17, rue des Filles-du-Calvaire
75003 Paris

May 18–June 15, 2019

Katinka Lampe,
5575181, 2018
Courtesy Galerie Les filles du calvaire
Katrien de Blauwer
Love me tender 79, 2018
Courtesy Galerie Les filles du calvaire

Three years after her last exhibition at the gallery, Dutch artist Katinka Lampe returns to Paris with a new set of paintings. Lampe’s work nearly always explores the question of our relationship with identity, whether it be intimate or overtly exposed. This time, she envisages the problematic construction of the image of oneself and of the other through the prism of social networks. 

The artistic practice of Katrien de Blauwer, who lives and works in Antwerp (Belgium), explores the realm of collage. Rather than a category or a compartmentalising genre, this term should be interpreted as a notion of total commitment. Her artistic idyll with collage started early, when, as a young woman, she studied art and fashion. Like a prelude to her current research, her mood books from that period already displayed a compulsive desire for images and for what lies beyond the image, a fascination for the image’s construction.

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