Hélène Delprat

Hélène Delprat

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Inspired by litterature (Ovid’s Metamorphoses), by cinema or by radio, Hélène Delprat develops through a daily practice and using altogether drawing, painting, photography, archives or video, a body of work filled with self-derision, some kind of book of Hours, both dark and sensitive at the same time where fiction and documentary intertwine.

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She has been teaching drawing at the Beaux-Arts de Paris since 2014 and is head of the studio since October 2019 (Les Explorateurs/Les Inventeurs). She was resident at the prestigious Villa Medici in Rome (IT) from 1982 to 1984.

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