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"the rightness of fit between silent film and collage, mute media that depend on splicing for effect" (Ben Lerner)
Since more than ten years, Nelly Sanchez practises the collage. If she experiments materilas as the painting, the cardboard, the postcard, she manipulates most of the time the glazed paper of the magazines of fashion and architecture, decoration. Materials drawn from these reviews are assembled to depict a feminine, dreamlike and surrealist universe where every element has the polysemy of the Symbol. The recurring motive for its work is the red mouth.
The modest size of her collages helps the eye of the spectator to be concentrated on an one and only scene…
Her collages began to be published in Anglo-Saxon magazines such as MungBeing ( www.mungbeing.com ), Sein und Werden ( www.kissthewitch.co.uk ), then French as Temporel (temporel.fr). She illustrates occasionally Les Cahiers des Amis de Lucie Delarue-Mardrus.
In 2010, she illustrated papers of the poet and the graphic designer Terry Finch.
In 2012, she collaborated in the cover of I Am has Magical Teenage Princess de Luke Gedde, published at Chômu Press. In March of the same year, she participated in the exhibition " Women / men. Stereotypes in the work ", gallery ABB (Paris, France).
In 2013 she illustrated Bernard Baritaud La Falaise était nue,aux Editions des Deux Mains. She also proposed a model of cover for two novels of Jean Déchamps Une ombre sur l'épaule, and Le Mausolée d'Amour. From June till September of the same year, she exposed to Pézenas in the gallery Van der Meer.
In March, 2014, around ten of her collages were exhibited at La Casa della Renna, galleria of Arte Contemporanea (Mestre, Italy), the exhibition called "Quando saro più grande". From April till September, The hotel of Europe (Dieppe, France) showed her collages as part of the exhibition " The Words and Colors ".
In November appeared the Junoesq. Literary Journal # 2 (http://www.junoesq.com/, Singapore), illustrated by some of her collages. Since June, some of her artworks are participating in the collective exhibition which circulates in Russia on the occasion of the 450th birthday of William Shakespeare's birth. This initiative was introduced by Alexandre Limarev. One of her collages, Femininity 2, helped to illustrate The Emancipation review. In December, she presented her works during the Festival of the Imagination " Fantassismik " (Rieu-Majou, Midi-Pyrénées).
At present, she's illustrating the next issue of the review Musemedusa (Canada) dedicated to the myth of Medea and theissue 11 of the review Black Scat Books.
Artno, Erro, Kasimir Malevitch
Artist value certified: Nelly Sanchez's works have been evaluated by an independent expert.
Certification has been established by Jacques-Armand Akoun on Apr 14, 2020.
The artist at work
2019 « Un printemps de papier », Médiathèque Ludovic Massé Céret, France
2019 Bim’Art Saint-Laurent-sur-Manoir, France
2019 Librairie Marbot Périgueux, France
2018 Le Jardin pêcheur Trélissac, France
2018 Mairie Champcevinel, France
2018 « Plumes d’Elles » Saint-Martin-de-Gurçon, France
2018 Hôtel de ville de Trélissac Trélissac, France
2017 Galerie l'App'Art Périgueux, France
2017 Le Dressing des copines Terrasson-Lavilledieu, France
2016 « Notre part de rêve » Paris, France
2016 1er festival du Carnet de voyage Carcassonne, France
2020 Feminae Brest, France
2020 château de Saussignac Bergerac, France
2020 Stillpoint art gallery Maine, United States
2020 « L’amour et la violence », Paris, France
2020 La collégiale de Ribérac Ribérac, France
2020 Les Papiérades Piège-en-Lauragais, France
2019 Sanilh’Art Notre-Dame-de-Sanilhac, France
2017 « Au 31 » Besançon, France
2017 Centre culturel de Seraing Seraing, Belgium
2017 « la gourmandise » Périgueux, France
2015 Altigone Saint-Orens de Gameville, France
2015 Théâtre de l'Epée de Bois Paris, France
2014 « Quando saro più grande » Mestre, Italy
2014 « Les Mots et les Couleurs » Dieppe, France
2013 Galerie Van der Meer Pézenas, France
2012 « Femmes/Hommes. Stéréotypes à l'œuvre » Paris, France
2020 Artothèque Trélissac, France