painting

Annabelle Tattu

France 1979

Urban Art, Illustration, Painting, Murals, Drawing

www.annabelletattu.com

Annabelle Tattu
Annabelle Tattu
Female
France
1979
March 25, 2015
Alias of Jasmina Sevic, a researcher and author for Widewalls. She graduated from the Faculty of Political Science (Department for Journalism) in Belgrade in 2013.

Annabelle Tattu is a French multidisciplinary artist who redefines the codes of the street to impose her unique style – urban art brut.

Her dreamlike and fantastic universe is built from the dialogue that the artist establishes with her characters. She gives them life, creating their stories, multiplies and transforms while they invade her mind and her space; formed of impulsive traits they seem like their own guide. Tattu’s works express the mood of the times, and in the manner of benevolent spirits come alive to meet their mission, to protect those who commit dialog.

Each work, drawing or painting, combines attention to detail, a spontaneity of the line, gaiety and brightness of colors to express Annabelle’s emotions without restraint. Her ouvre, unmatched in the urban art scene, brings new energy, sensitivity, and poetry to a current scene still dominated by men.

Born in 1979, Annabelle Tattu graduated from Fine Arts in Metz (DNAP and DNSEP) and a multimedia graphics. She is represented by Joel Knafo Art Gallery, Paris.

YearName of the exhibitionMuseum/GallerySolo/Group
2015Le Lavo, matik arts urbains (upcoming)Parisgroup
2015Salon d'Art contemporain Art Athina Galerie Laureen Thomas, Athina, Grece group
2015Salon DDessinEspace Richelieu, Parisgroup
2015Rock'n Colors Galerie Motus-Art Picking group
2015Berlin graphic daysBerlin, Germanygroup
2014Street Art SélectionJoel Knafo Art, Parisgroup
2014DancingGalerie Motus-Art Pickinggroup
2014Endemic, Publication dans Fanzine local & collaboratif niccoisNicegroup
2013Prix du Jury, open des artistes a MonacoGalerie l'Entrepoot, Monacogroup
2013Finaliste concours d'illustration Salon du Livre de Parisgroup
2013W.C National, Manifeste Metz group
2013Le VolumeNicesolo