2016-2018; Repares is a work by French contemporary artist Cecile Raynal. This installation is comprised of four figurative sculptures. A standing woman is surrounded by three foxes, one near her and the two others below her. The artist says: I model around the huge silence that exists between man and beast, I also envisage everyone's screams in the face of disaster. Nothing is explicit but when I am creating I try to incorporate threat, exterior, crutch, pause, caress. The beast, our untamed double, our siamese brother/ sister, our reflection. This sculpture was exhibited in 2018 in the Arts et Metiers museum in Paris as part of the 'petites histoires en reserve' exhibition. It was created during Cecile Raynal's residency behind the scenes at the museum in 2017. As per her method, the artist created busts and standing figurines of the people she met as well as animal sculptures (wolves and foxes) recurrent in the works of the artist for a few years now. For more info about the Petites histoires en reserve exhibition at the Arts & Metiers museum in Paris (May 29 - Aug. 26, 2018), visit: https://www.artistics.com/en/cecile-raynal-musee-des-arts-et-metiers
About The Artist
Cecile Raynal is a French artist born in 1966, in Château-Thierry. He is currently based in Criquetot-l'Esneval, France.Read More
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