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SELECTED WORKS BY Marie Angeletti

TLYA 06_JM Black Black / TLYA 07_Joelle's desk/ YLYA 08_Speedway
Marie Angeletti
TLYA 06_JM Black Black / TLYA 07_Joelle's desk/ TLYA 08_Speedway

2014

Digital print on dibond, digital print and Fujiflex print

147 x 95 cm, 148 x 96 cm, 46.5 x 76 cm
The advent of photography as an image-making technology had a profound and irreversible affect on the tradition of painting. If one could capture life mimetically, what did painting bring to perception that photos couldn’t? In our own time, the Internet and its acceleration of images, both in their proliferation and exchange, has had a similar impact on artistic practice.
TLYA 13_Tourists/ TLYA 14_Parrott/ TLYA 15_La Novice/ TLYA 16_SR 2014
Marie Angeletti
TLYA 13_Tourists/ TLYA 14_Parrott/ TLYA 15_La Novice/ TLYA 16_SR 2014

2014

Fujiflex on dibond, digital print on stainless steel, digital print and C-print

80 x 54 cm, 79.5 x 54.5 cm, 42 x 30 cm, 69.5 x 43 cm
Marie Angeletti’s work delicately spins an associative web between images that you might find through a Google search. At once a personal cosmology, and a seemingly arbitrary assemblage of images, their combination spins a multiplicity of possible readings.
TLYA 18_Instant magique/ TLYA 19_Piano/ TLYA 20_Palais des Papes
Marie Angeletti
TLYA 18_Instant magique/ TLYA 19_Piano/ TLYA 20_Palais des Papes

2014

Oil on canvas, C-print and watercolour on paper

116 x 88 cm, 111 x 74 cm, 32 x 24 cm
Here a piano, there a portrait painting; images here speak a little of affect, and a lot of the process of image-making itself. Juxtaposed, spliced together, scanned, rescanned, photographed and re-photographed – these acts of continual reproduction distance the image even further from the subject it supposedly indexes.
TLYA 21_Minnie/ TLYA 22_Lady Pink adjusted/ TLYA 23_Famous replica
Marie Angeletti
TLYA 21_Minnie/ TLYA 22_Lady Pink adjusted/ TLYA 23_Famous replica

2014

Fujiflex on dibond and two digital prints on dibond

70 x 45 cm, 147 x 73.5 cm and 147 x 129, 147 x 299 cm
Has Angeletti emptied these images out of any possible meaning? Or in doing so has she birthed new readings that speak more powerfully of the moment
of image culture in which we unwittingly find ourselves? There seems only a productive ambiguity between these two states.

© Natasha Hoare, 2015






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Caroline Achaintre    Rebecca Ackroyd    Markus Amm    Helene Appel    Ivan Argote    Dan Attoe    Diann Bauer    Michael Bauer    Dan Bayles    Simon Bedwell    Anna Freeman Bentley    Emilia Bergmark    Katherine Bernhardt    Gabriele Beveridge    Richard Billingham    Gabriella Boyd    Sarah Braman    Matti Braun    Bozidar Brazda    Jonny Briggs    David Brooks    Joey Bryniarska    Agnieszka Brzezanska    Peter Linde Busk    Pierre Carreau    Loz Chalk    Ronin Cho    James Clarkson    Lucy Coggle    Andy Collins    Inez de Coo    Jessica Craig-Martin    Ana Cvorovic    Nathan Cash Davidson    Ian Davis    Nicholas Dedics    Tomory Dodge    Robert Dowling    Stef Driesen    Colden Drystone    Howard Dyke    Ara Dymond    Judith Eisler    David Ellis    Annabel Emson    Ayan Farah    Carlos Noronha Feio    Dee Ferris    Mia Feuer    Luc Fuller    Michael Fullerton    Dmitri Galitzine    Julia Goldman    Noémie Goudal    Elias Hansen    Hilary Harnischfeger    Chris Hawtin    Richard Höglund    Kati Heck    Valerie Hegarty    Stefanie Heinze    David Herbert    Patrick Hill    Dan Holdsworth    Phillipa Horan    Shara Hughes    David Humphrey    Tom Hunter    Jessica Jackson Hutchins    Merlin James    Tillman Kaiser    Alice Könitz    Scott King    John Korner    Rannva Kunoy    Liane Lang    Molly Larkey    Paul Lee    Andrea Lehmann    Juliette Losq    Joshua Lake & Luke Evans    Christina Mackie    Jill Mason    Claire McArdle    Ella McCartney    Lucy McKenzie    Jill McKnight    Martin McMurray    Turay Mederic    Robert Melee    Aleksandra Mir    Ian Monroe    Kristine Moran    Eduard Moreno    Yasumasa Morimura    Luisa Mota    Nick Nowicki    William J. O'Brien    Matt O'dell    Marco Palmieri    Selma Parlour    Oliver Perkins    Dustin Pevey    Marius Pfannenstiel    Benedetto Pietromarchi    Alejandra Prieto    Arthur Prior    Laure Prouvost    Max Prus    Neil Raitt    Sean Raspet    Brian Reed    Florian Roithmayr    Ruth Root    Jessica Sanders    Stefan Sandner    Hideyuki Sawayanagi    Amba Sayal-Bennett    Lara Schnitger    Maaike Schoorel    Anne Kathrin Schuhmann    Michael Schultz    Macrae Semans    Conrad Shawcross    Jamie Shovlin    Agathe Snow    Renee So    Anne Speier    Jeni Spota    Roman Stanczak    Martina Steckholzer    Jack Strange    Miriam Sweeney    Emma Talbot    Mateo Tannatt    Stephanie Taylor    Adam Thompson    Rafal Topolewski    Ryan Trecartin    Nobuko Tsuchiya    Marianne Vitale    Caroline Walker    John Wallbank    Ben Washington    Chuck Webster    Aaron Wexler    Poppy Whatmore    Julia Whiting    Jenny Wiener    Alexi Williams    Susanne M. Winterling    Saskia Olde Wolbers    Jonas Wood    Joel Wyllie     Yeesookyung    Haeri Yoo

Marie Angeletti's BIOGRAPHY

Marie Angeletti
Born in 1984, Marseille, France
Lives and works in Brussels, France



SOLO EXHIBITIONS


2014
They Love You All, Carlos/Ishikawa, London

2013
Hotel 1 1a 1 bis, St Georges Hotel, London
Hobbs Mc Laughlin, London
Fabricants Couleurs, Pébéo factory, Gémenos, France

2012
Mixed Feelings, Cole, London

GROUP EXHIBITIONS


2014
Ware und Wissen - Foreign Exchange, Weltkuturen Museum, Frankfurt
Pre-pop to Post-human, Hayward Gallery Touring, London
Momentum? Maybe the time has come to live our corporality rather than speak our sexuality, PSM gallery, Berlin

2013
Scharf Belichtet, Green Room, Weltkuturen Museum, Frankfurt

2012
Studio 84 New Cross, London
The Magic of Photography, Daegu Biennale, South Korea
Marie Angeletti/Mathis Gasser, Vitrine, London
I can‘t think when I‘m lying down, Badehaus Moabit, Berlin
Bankappe I, Space Q, Copenhagen