ARTS & EXHIBITION: Florence Poirier NKPA opens the doors of her studio 


As part of her new exhibition "Ensemble(s) rémanent", the accomplished artist invites the public to discover his new works in his studio at Concordia.

Applied Arts followed Florence Poirier NKPA throughout her school career. It was in 1993 that she joined the prestigious École Normale Supérieure de Cachan (ENSET Cachan), known for having a high-level integration competition. She then chose to pass on her artistic knowledge by teaching Visual Arts in Cameroon, Guyana where she will also work at the Regional Center for Educational Documentation of the Academy of Guyana as a graphic designer. 2007 marks the year of his installation in Saint Martin and creates his jewelry business. Three years later, Florence Poirier NKPA founded the HeadMadeFactory Collective. Since 2013, his reflection as an artist revolves around the question of the self-portrait and the perception of oneself, this thought is part of a possibility of art as an object of otherness.

Florence's talent resides in her mastery of techniques and in her particularly unique vision of seemingly innocuous moments to give them body and substance. If Lavoisier once said “nothing is lost, nothing is created: everything is transformed”, in the artistic universe of Florence Poirier NKPA, nothing is lost, everything is created, everything is transformed. The choice of linocut has become a medium where the artist recounts and recounts his interviews, like a diary exhibited according to his exhibitions. With “Ensemble(s) rémanent”, she presents a series of independent linocuts, telling the story of her personal encounter with an idea, a fact, a work, a text, a quotation, an anecdotal memory. Through this raw graphic language in black and white, the works evoke and reinvent moments of life. The opening will take place on Friday February 4 from 15 p.m. to 21 p.m. at the Atelier rue LC Fleming in Concordia, GPS Point: 3W8C+5W Marigot, Saint-Martin. The various works produced in residence at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris will be visible in the same place from February 4 to 13 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 14 p.m. to 17 p.m. _VX

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