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Hélène Duclos Art

French, b. 1974
Interview with Hélène Duclos Jean-Daniel Mohier – What were the first pictures that triggered deep emotions in you? Hélène Duclos – When I was a child the walls of my house were filled with my grandfather’s paintings, as well as my mother’s. They were very often landscapes. There was also a piece of lacquerware at my grandparents' on my father’s side. It had been brought back from what was then French Indochina, a country where my father’s family had lived for many years. This piece of lacquerware fascinated me somehow, with its dark red background and the golden junks sailing in the Ha Long bay. It is still a part of my memories. JDM – What happened between these first emotions and the time you decided you wanted to become an artist? HD – To become an artist… well, this is not a decision you make. The road is long, dangerous, demanding, and the desire to create something imposes itself on you in very diverse ways all along the way. There are crucial encounters, guides who opened the field of possibilities, like Anne Képéklian who was my teacher at l’école d’Art Appliqué Duperré. After I graduated I travelled and worked in several different fields while I was still working on my own art projects. JDM – You seem to have received a calling that sounds almost religious. HD – I feel I have received some sort of injunction, an order I cannot shy away from. Painting takes all the space, all my time, all my strengths on a very regular basis. It is not always easy to live like this, but it is the way I feel I can find the meaning of my existence; it is no doubt my way of feeling I am related to the world in some ways. JDM – It sounds vital for you. HD – Yes, it is vital. Painting is necessary to the heart, to the mind, to the soul, as much as food is necessary to the body. A world without poetry, without art, would be like an empty envelope, a dry and empty shell. JDM – It seems to me that freedom takes a very important place in your work. HD – Is it possible to call it freedom — the fact that I let painting lead me on in the space of the canvas as well as in time? — You can lose yourself playing that game: going deep down inside of you is painful and looking for your inner voice is risky. But at the same time, it is what artists, including painters, have to do: look the place over and make these remote territories visible. It is a privilege, a form of liberty that can become a weight at some point. JDM – Your works these days are made of a multitude of characters quite small as opposed to the scale of the canvas. Not to mention that you play with scales more in your new works.
(Biography provided by Claire Corcia Gallery)
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Deviate from the rule #3 Hélène Duclos Contemporary art painting landscape green
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Oil painting on canvas Unique work Hand-signed lower right by the artist
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2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Wolf, are you there #1 ? Hélène Duclos Contemporary art drawing green nature
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Gouache and pencil on paper Unique work Hand-signed and entitled lower right by the artist
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2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

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Pencil, Gouache, Paper

Disappearances / Extinctions #1 Hélène Duclos 21st Century drawing landscape art
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
This drawing is part of the current exhibition entitled "The fantastic story of the liquid mountain" at Claire Corcia Gallery in Paris. The liquid mountain is populated by living be...
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2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Gouache, Paper, Color Pencil, Graphite

Signal distortion #2 Hélène Duclos 21st Century painting landscape cream art
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
This painting is part of the current exhibition entitled "The fantastic story of the liquid mountain" at Claire Corcia Gallery in Paris. The liquid mountain is populated by living b...
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2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Oil, Canvas

Off fields #3 Hélène Duclos 21st Century painting abstract landscape cream art
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
This painting is part of the current exhibition entitled "The fantastic story of the liquid mountain" at Claire Corcia Gallery in Paris. The liquid mountain is populated by living b...
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2010s Abstract Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Canvas, Oil

The archipelago of milky volcanoes Hélène Duclos 21st Century painting landscape
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
This painting is part of the current exhibition entitled "The fantastic story of the liquid mountain" at Claire Corcia Gallery in Paris. The liquid mountain is populated by living beings with a vegetable heart. They roam freely (it seems to us *) between the earth and the air in search of their roots. They bathe and transform in liquid crystal...
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2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

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Canvas, Oil

Break the rule #1 Hélène Duclos 21st Century painting landscape contemporary art
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
This painting is part of the current exhibition entitled "The fantastic story of the liquid mountain" at Claire Corcia Gallery in Paris. The liquid mountain is populated by living b...
Category

2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Oil, Canvas

The place of the unsaid #1 Hélène Duclos Contemporary painting art garden eden
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Oil paint on canvas Hand-signed lower right This work is part of the current exhibition entitled "The fantastic story of the liquid mountain" at Claire Corcia Gallery in Paris. The...
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2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Oil, Canvas

Go through the trials #7 Hélène Duclos 21st Century drawing art landscape red
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
This drawing is part of the current exhibition entitled "The fantastic story of the liquid mountain" at Claire Corcia Gallery in Paris. The liquid mountain is populated by living be...
Category

2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Graphite, Gouache, Paper

Episodic disturbances #2 Hélène Duclos 21st Century drawing art landscape red
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
This drawing is part of the current exhibition entitled "The fantastic story of the liquid mountain" at Claire Corcia Gallery in Paris. The liquid mountain is populated by living be...
Category

2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Gouache, Paper, Graphite

An era without rules Hélène Duclos 21st Century painting landscape art blue sky
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
This painting is part of the current exhibition entitled "The fantastic story of the liquid mountain" at Claire Corcia Gallery in Paris. The liquid mountain is populated by living b...
Category

2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Oil, Canvas

The place of the unsaid #1 Hélène Duclos 21st Century painting Contemporary art
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
This painting is part of the current exhibition entitled "The fantastic story of the liquid mountain" at Claire Corcia Gallery in Paris. The liquid mountain is populated by living beings with a vegetable heart. They roam freely (it seems to us *) between the earth and the air in search of their roots. They bathe and transform in liquid crystal...
Category

2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Oil, Canvas

The place of the unsaid #3 Hélène Duclos 21st Century painting landscape art
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
This painting is part of the current exhibition entitled "The fantastic story of the liquid mountain" at Claire Corcia Gallery in Paris. The liquid mountain is populated by living b...
Category

2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Oil, Canvas

Crossing mirrors #2 Hélène Duclos 21st Century painting landscape art green
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
This painting is part of the current exhibition entitled "The fantastic story of the liquid mountain" at Claire Corcia Gallery in Paris. The liquid mountain is populated by living b...
Category

2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Oil, Canvas

Break the rule #2 Hélène Duclos 21st Century painting landscape contemporary art
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
This painting is part of the current exhibition entitled "The fantastic story of the liquid mountain" at Claire Corcia Gallery in Paris. The liquid mountain is populated by living b...
Category

2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Oil, Canvas

Nestings #1 Hélène Duclos 21st Century painting landscape contemporary art blue
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
This painting is part of the current exhibition entitled "The fantastic story of the liquid mountain" at Claire Corcia Gallery in Paris. The liquid mountain is populated by living beings with a vegetable heart. They roam freely (it seems to us *) between the earth and the air in search of their roots. They bathe and transform in liquid crystal...
Category

2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Oil, Canvas

The river bed #1 Hélène Duclos 21st Century painting landscape blue art diptych
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Unique diptych composed of two oil on canvas paintings This work is part of the current exhibition entitled "The fantastic story of the liquid mountain" at Claire Corcia Gallery in ...
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2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Signal distortion #1 Hélène Duclos 21st Century painting landscape blue red art
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
This painting is part of the current exhibition entitled "The fantastic story of the liquid mountain" at Claire Corcia Gallery in Paris. The liquid mountain is populated by living b...
Category

2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Oil, Canvas

Along the red river Hélène Duclos 21st Century painting contemporary art blue
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
This painting is part of the current exhibition entitled "The fantastic story of the liquid mountain" at Claire Corcia Gallery in Paris. The liquid mountain is populated by living b...
Category

2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Take some fresh air #2 Hélène Duclos 21st Century painting Contemporary art blue
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Oil paint on canvas Signed lower right
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2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

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Oil, Canvas

Rituals #1 Hélène Duclos, 21st Century Contemporary figurative art, orange green
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Gouache, color pencil and graphite on paper Signed lower right Unique work 1 / Hélène DUCLOS, 2016 – Artist Statement “Questioning the human condition and the position of being ali...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

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Gouache, Paper, Color Pencil, Graphite

Look at things from distance #2 Hélène Duclos 21st Century Contemporary art red
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Oil paint and acrylic paint on canvas Signed lower right Unique work 1 / Hélène DUCLOS, 2016 – Artist Statement “Questioning the human condition and the position of being alive – W...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

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Oil, Canvas, Acrylic

Demonstration #1 Hélène Duclos, 21st Century, Contemporary figurative art blue
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Gouache, coloured pencil and graphite on paper Signed lower right Unique work 1 / Hélène DUCLOS, 2016 – Artist Statement “Questioning the human condition and the position of being ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

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Gouache, Paper

Do not retrace our steps #1 - Hélène Duclos, 21st Century, Contemporary art blue
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Oil and acrylic on canvas Signed lower right Unique work 1 / Hélène DUCLOS, 2016 – Artist Statement “Questioning the human condition and the position of being alive – What is it to...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

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Oil, Acrylic, Canvas

No extenuating circumstances #1 Hélène Duclos 21st Century Contemporary art blue
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Oil and acrylic on canvas Signed lower right Unique work 1 / Hélène DUCLOS, 2016 – Artist Statement “Questioning the human condition and the position of being alive – What is it to...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Oil, Acrylic, Canvas

Incoherence of compulsory ways #1 - Hélène Duclos, Contemporary figurative paint
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Oil on canvas Signed lower right Unique work 1 / Hélène DUCLOS, 2016 – Artist Statement “Questioning the human condition and the position of being alive – What is it to be a living being? Who / what can we believe? Who / what can we trust? How real is our view of the world? And how is that perspective angled, and ultimately limited? These are the issues at the heart of my work as an artist. Painting, drawing, engraving and embroidery give me the freedom to approach my subjects from an ambivalent and flexible standpoint. I am building up a dynamic body of work, like pieces that you can put together in one way or another to shape different structures, pierced with numerous openings. And the title that I give each piece acts as a possible clue as to how to enter inside that system. I can portray both softness and monstrosities. I focus on the links and barriers lying between living beings and their surroundings, and evoke how permeable these connections are. My aim is not to create a visual documentary reporting fact, but rather immerse myself in observing everyday life, and in a host of images depicting real events (pictures, photos and videos). Instilled with these images, I can give a more personalized, unique and allegorical vision of the world around me. I am also interested in the key transition periods of human existence, those turning points that forge our identity within a family, a group, and society as a whole at the heart of a specific environment. I centre on what makes up and creates cohesion (rituals, myths and tales….), and indeed the opposite - what leads to life becoming shattered, hindered and frustrated (moving populations, exile and migration…) Amidst a landscape roaming with wild beasts and hybrid creatures, between love and separation, metaphors for our own desires and fears lie in hiding, or reveal themselves in the painted or embroidered spaces. Sometimes they are etched with lines, symbols and tiny architectural designs. These works might depict our inner landscapes, as if harking back to a primordial and cosmic point of origin. My most recent collections recreate the images of bodies or landscapes using abstract zones and figurative details that have no direct link with either anatomy or geography. Intimacy and the unspeakable are themes that run throughout my work, and I make sure to incorporate areas of both visual tension and relief, so as to give the viewer the space to project him or herself into the work. And here, such paradoxes can only be reached through the interplay between abstraction and figuration.” 2 / Thierry Delcourt Psychiatrist, psychoanalyst and author of works on the process of artistic creation, and the conditions of existential and social creativity : "Entering into the world of Hélène Duclos in her drawings, paintings, embroidery and words means letting yourself be carried away by a torrent towards strange shores of creation where only a few artists have ever dared to venture. As if perched on a watchtower on the threshold of different worlds, Hélène Duclos throws us out of our depth, plunging us into spaces filled with destitute mankind, and guiding us through her stem-like maze of a scheme, bristling with roots and clues. But the mystery here, like a poetic, human rebus that never ends, only compels us to take a closer look.” 3 / Hélène Duclos ‘s biography : After graduating from the Duperré School of Applied Arts in Paris with a degree in textile design, I set off on a six-month sea voyage from Vannes in Brittany, to Dakar. On returning to France, I set up my atelier...
Category

2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Oil, Canvas

Incoherence of compulsory ways #2 - Hélène Duclos, Contemporary figurative paint
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Oil on canvas Signed lower right Unique work 1 / Hélène DUCLOS, 2016 – Artist Statement “Questioning the human condition and the position of being alive – What is it to be a living ...
Category

2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

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Oil, Canvas

Selective memory #3- Hélène Duclos, Contemporary figurative painting
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Oil on canvas Signed Unique work 1 / Hélène DUCLOS, 2016 – Artist Statement “Questioning the human condition and the position of being alive – What is i...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Oil, Canvas

Change of paradigm #3 - Hélène Duclos, 21st Century, Contemporary figurative
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Oil on canvas Signed lower right Unique work 1 / Hélène DUCLOS, 2016 – Artist Statement “Questioning the human condition and the position of being alive – What is it to be a living...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Arbitrary landscape cut-out #2 - Hélène Duclos, Contemporary figurative painting
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Oil on canvas Signed Unique work 1 / Hélène DUCLOS, 2016 – Artist Statement “Questioning the human condition and the position of being alive – What is i...
Category

2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Oil, Canvas

Imperceptible change #4 - Hélène Duclos, Contemporary figurative painting
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Oil on canvas Signed lower right Unique work 1 / Hélène DUCLOS, 2016 – Artist Statement “Questioning the human condition and the position of being alive...
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2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Oil, Canvas

Genealogical spaces #6 - Hélène Duclos, 21st Century, Painting
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
2 oil paintings on canvas composing a diptyc Signed lower right by the artist Unique work 1 / Hélène DUCLOS, 2016 – Artist Statement “Questioning the h...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

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Canvas, Oil

The protecting genius disappearance #4 - Hélène Duclos, Contemporary painting
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Oil on canvas Signed lower right Unique work 1 / Hélène DUCLOS, 2016 – Artist Statement “Questioning the human condition and the position of being aliv...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Change of paradigm #1 - Hélène Duclos, Contemporary figurative painting
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Oil on canvas Signed Unique work 1 / Hélène DUCLOS, 2016 – Artist Statement “Questioning the human condition and the position of being alive – What is i...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Oil, Canvas

Orientation perspectives #1 Hélène Duclos, 21st Century Contemporary figurative
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Oil on canvas Signed Unique work 1 / Hélène DUCLOS, 2016 – Artist Statement “Questioning the human condition and the position of being alive – What is i...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Oil, Canvas

The protecting genius disappearance-Hélène Duclos, Contemporary figurative paint
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Oil on canvas Signed lower right Unique work 1 / Hélène DUCLOS, 2016 – Artist Statement “Questioning the human condition and the position of being aliv...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Oil, Canvas

Imperceptible change #3 - Hélène Duclos, 21st Century, Contemporary figurative
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Oil on canvas Signed Unique work 1 / Hélène DUCLOS, 2016 – Artist Statement “Questioning the human condition and the position of being alive – What is it to be a living being? Who /...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Oil, Canvas

Cylcic movement #1 - Hélène Duclos, 21st Century, Contemporary figurative paint
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Oil on canvas Signed lower right Unique work 1 / Hélène DUCLOS, 2016 – Artist Statement “Questioning the human condition and the position of being alive – What is it to be a living being? Who / what can we believe? Who / what can we trust? How real is our view of the world? And how is that perspective angled, and ultimately limited? These are the issues at the heart of my work as an artist. Painting, drawing, engraving and embroidery give me the freedom to approach my subjects from an ambivalent and flexible standpoint. I am building up a dynamic body of work, like pieces that you can put together in one way or another to shape different structures, pierced with numerous openings. And the title that I give each piece acts as a possible clue as to how to enter inside that system. I can portray both softness and monstrosities. I focus on the links and barriers lying between living beings and their surroundings, and evoke how permeable these connections are. My aim is not to create a visual documentary reporting fact, but rather immerse myself in observing everyday life, and in a host of images depicting real events (pictures, photos and videos). Instilled with these images, I can give a more personalized, unique and allegorical vision of the world around me. I am also interested in the key transition periods of human existence, those turning points that forge our identity within a family, a group, and society as a whole at the heart of a specific environment. I centre on what makes up and creates cohesion (rituals, myths and tales….), and indeed the opposite - what leads to life becoming shattered, hindered and frustrated (moving populations, exile and migration…) Amidst a landscape roaming with wild beasts and hybrid creatures, between love and separation, metaphors for our own desires and fears lie in hiding, or reveal themselves in the painted or embroidered spaces. Sometimes they are etched with lines, symbols and tiny architectural designs. These works might depict our inner landscapes, as if harking back to a primordial and cosmic point of origin. My most recent collections recreate the images of bodies or landscapes using abstract zones and figurative details that have no direct link with either anatomy or geography. Intimacy and the unspeakable are themes that run throughout my work, and I make sure to incorporate areas of both visual tension and relief, so as to give the viewer the space to project him or herself into the work. And here, such paradoxes can only be reached through the interplay between abstraction and figuration.” 2 / Thierry Delcourt Psychiatrist, psychoanalyst and author of works on the process of artistic creation, and the conditions of existential and social creativity : "Entering into the world of Hélène Duclos in her drawings, paintings, embroidery and words means letting yourself be carried away by a torrent towards strange shores of creation where only a few artists have ever dared to venture. As if perched on a watchtower on the threshold of different worlds, Hélène Duclos throws us out of our depth, plunging us into spaces filled with destitute mankind, and guiding us through her stem-like maze of a scheme, bristling with roots and clues. But the mystery here, like a poetic, human rebus that never ends, only compels us to take a closer look.” 3 / Hélène Duclos ‘s biography : After graduating from the Duperré School of Applied Arts in Paris with a degree in textile design, I set off on a six-month sea voyage from Vannes in Brittany, to Dakar. On returning to France, I set up my atelier...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

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Canvas, Oil

Cosmic pulse III- Hélène Duclos, 21st Century, Contemporary figurative painting
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Oil on canvas Signed Unique work 1 / Hélène DUCLOS, 2016 – Artist Statement “Questioning the human condition and the position of being alive – What is it to be a living being? Who /...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Canvas, Oil

In full knowledge of the facts #1 - Hélène Duclos, 21st Century, Painting
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Oil on canvas Signed Unique work 1 / Hélène DUCLOS, 2016 – Artist Statement “Questioning the human condition and the position of being alive – What is it to be a living being? Who / what can we believe? Who / what can we trust? How real is our view of the world? And how is that perspective angled, and ultimately limited? These are the issues at the heart of my work as an artist. Painting, drawing, engraving and embroidery give me the freedom to approach my subjects from an ambivalent and flexible standpoint. I am building up a dynamic body of work, like pieces that you can put together in one way or another to shape different structures, pierced with numerous openings. And the title that I give each piece acts as a possible clue as to how to enter inside that system. I can portray both softness and monstrosities. I focus on the links and barriers lying between living beings and their surroundings, and evoke how permeable these connections are. My aim is not to create a visual documentary reporting fact, but rather immerse myself in observing everyday life, and in a host of images depicting real events (pictures, photos and videos). Instilled with these images, I can give a more personalized, unique and allegorical vision of the world around me. I am also interested in the key transition periods of human existence, those turning points that forge our identity within a family, a group, and society as a whole at the heart of a specific environment. I centre on what makes up and creates cohesion (rituals, myths and tales….), and indeed the opposite - what leads to life becoming shattered, hindered and frustrated (moving populations, exile and migration…) Amidst a landscape roaming with wild beasts and hybrid creatures, between love and separation, metaphors for our own desires and fears lie in hiding, or reveal themselves in the painted or embroidered spaces. Sometimes they are etched with lines, symbols and tiny architectural designs. These works might depict our inner landscapes, as if harking back to a primordial and cosmic point of origin. My most recent collections recreate the images of bodies or landscapes using abstract zones and figurative details that have no direct link with either anatomy or geography. Intimacy and the unspeakable are themes that run throughout my work, and I make sure to incorporate areas of both visual tension and relief, so as to give the viewer the space to project him or herself into the work. And here, such paradoxes can only be reached through the interplay between abstraction and figuration.” 2 / Thierry Delcourt Psychiatrist, psychoanalyst and author of works on the process of artistic creation, and the conditions of existential and social creativity : "Entering into the world of Hélène Duclos in her drawings, paintings, embroidery and words means letting yourself be carried away by a torrent towards strange shores of creation where only a few artists have ever dared to venture. As if perched on a watchtower on the threshold of different worlds, Hélène Duclos throws us out of our depth, plunging us into spaces filled with destitute mankind, and guiding us through her stem-like maze of a scheme, bristling with roots and clues. But the mystery here, like a poetic, human rebus that never ends, only compels us to take a closer look.” 3 / Hélène Duclos ‘s biography : After graduating from the Duperré School of Applied Arts in Paris with a degree in textile design, I set off on a six-month sea voyage from Vannes in Brittany, to Dakar. On returning to France, I set up my atelier...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Parallel events #1 - 21st Century, Contemporary, Figurative Painting
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Oil paint on canvas Signed Unique work 1 / Hélène DUCLOS, 2016 – Artist Statement “Questioning the human condition and the position of being alive – What is it to be a living being?...
Category

2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Change #4 - Hélène Duclos, 21st Century, Contemporary Figurative painting
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Oil paint on canvas Signed Unique work 1 / Hélène DUCLOS, 2016 – Artist Statement “Questioning the human condition and the position of being alive – Wha...
Category

2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Selective memory #3 - Hélène Duclos, 21st Century, Contemporary painting
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Oil on canvas Signed Unique work 1 / Hélène DUCLOS, 2016 – Artist Statement “Questioning the human condition and the position of being alive – What is it to be a living being? Who /...
Category

2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

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Oil, Canvas

Selective memomy #1 - Hélène Duclos, 21st Century, Figurative painting
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Oil paint on canvas Signed Unique work1 / Hélène DUCLOS, 2016 – Artist Statement “Questioning the human condition and the position of being alive – What is it to be a living being? ...
Category

2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Parallel events #2 - Hélène Duclos, 21st Century, Contemporary Painting
By Hélène Duclos
Located in Paris, FR
Oil on canvas Signed Unique work 1 / Hélène DUCLOS, 2016 – Artist Statement “Questioning the human condition and the position of being alive – What is it to be a living being? Who /...
Category

2010s Contemporary Hélène Duclos Art

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Oil, Canvas

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