Caroline Pradal
Caroline Pradal

Exhibition view

Caroline Pradal
Caroline Pradal

Médaillon bleu turquoise, 2011, fir, plaster, Ø 11,8 inches

Caroline Pradal
Caroline Pradal

Médaillon vert cèdre, 2011, beech, plaster, 9,8 x 13,8 inches

Caroline Pradal
Caroline Pradal

Médaillon jaune d'Orient, 2011, bamboo, plaster, 10,2 x 14,2 inches

Caroline Pradal
Caroline Pradal

Médaillon violet Palais du Louvre, 2011, beech wood, plaster, 10,2 x 15 inches

Caroline Pradal
Caroline Pradal

Médaillon rouge gourmand, 2011, wood, plaster, 7,9 x 11,8 inches

Caroline Pradal
Caroline Pradal

Exhibition view

Caroline Pradal
Caroline Pradal

Exhibition view

Caroline Pradal
Caroline Pradal

Exhibition view

Caroline Pradal
Caroline Pradal

Aphorismes, 2011, black letters, variable dimensions

Caroline Pradal
Caroline Pradal

Aphorismes, 2011, black letters, variable dimensions

Caroline Pradal
Caroline Pradal

Exhibition view

Caroline Pradal
Caroline Pradal

Square, 2011, warm black ink, 11,8 x 11,8 inches

Caroline Pradal
Caroline Pradal

Alice, 2013, Chinese ink, black nail polish, 15,7 x 19,7 inches

Caroline Pradal
Caroline Pradal

Sans titre, 2010, black ink, Rhodoïde, 8,3 x 11,4 inches

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Caroline Pradal

CŒUR D'OR ET TETE BRÛLÉE

Solo show

Curated by Rosario Caltabiano and Sarah Mercadante

03/03/2011 -26/03/2011

At 22.48 m², Caroline Pradal sets up an art of the detail, a fragment of life, a folk tale or dream.

Emerged from a page of a fabulous novel, black nail varnish drawings, plaster medallions or phrases / aphorisms spread out as so many proposals that let everyone imagine his own story.

 

The viewer may also enter into a more intimate space, unsuspected from outside. The artist has installed some of her texts, which are the backstage of the show, an invitation to sit down, take a break, read and enter the imagination of the artist.

 

 

The work of Caroline Pradal is simple, precise and subtle. She suggests a wonderful tinted lightness and makes us ask the question: what if everything was an excuse to enjoy a gesture of sculptor or designer?

 

Rosario Caltabiano, Sarah Mercadante