Bulle, 2021

This work by Bénédicte Thoraval was created as abstract studies focused on color and form in research for large scale wall projects. Thoraval’s work spans various mediums including drawing, mixed media installations, and textiles. With a keen eye for detail, Thoraval's work often explores the mythical and everyday forms of nature and human relationships.    

Bénédicte Thoraval, b. Brest, France, lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Thoraval’s work has been shown in exhibitions throughout Europe and New York. In 2018, her work as curator for the artist-run space Metaxu, helped earn a grant by the CNAP (Centre National des Arts Plastiques), the highest recognition for experimental curatorial practices in France. Her work is held in private and public collections, including those of the DRAC PACA and Franklin Furnace Archive.

Ink on paper

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