Fabienne Verdier: Rhythms and Reflections  Waddington Custot is proud to present Fabienne Verdier’s (b. 1962, Paris) first solo exhibition in London. The exhibition will feature large-scale abstract paintings produced over the last year. These include recent work from the Walking Paintings series as well as a new group of paintings, Rhythms and Reflections, which mark a noteworthy change of direction for the artist.

Fabienne Verdier: Rhythms and Reflections Waddington Custot is proud to present Fabienne Verdier’s (b. 1962, Paris) first solo exhibition in London. The exhibition will feature large-scale abstract paintings produced over the last year. These include recent work from the Walking Paintings series as well as a new group of paintings, Rhythms and Reflections, which mark a noteworthy change of direction for the artist.

When I came to China I thought perhaps it would just be for one month, but then I had to stay for ten years – because if I had just stayed for a few moments, I could not have completely changed my approach to everything. If I stay in China and if I want to learn the aesthetic philosophy, I should stay a long time and speak Chinese, think with Chinese thoughts and dream with Chinese dreams. After that, your perception of reality & your relationship with human beings – everything changes.

When I came to China I thought perhaps it would just be for one month, but then I had to stay for ten years – because if I had just stayed for a few moments, I could not have completely changed my approach to everything. If I stay in China and if I want to learn the aesthetic philosophy, I should stay a long time and speak Chinese, think with Chinese thoughts and dream with Chinese dreams. After that, your perception of reality & your relationship with human beings – everything changes.

Fabienne Verdier -- Her paintings are amazing but the photographs of her working process are even more impressive. She handles these gigantic calligraphy brushes and supersized canvases, using her entire body and movement to create these brilliantly expressive paintings. #art

Fabienne Verdier -- Her paintings are amazing but the photographs of her working process are even more impressive. She handles these gigantic calligraphy brushes and supersized canvases, using her entire body and movement to create these brilliantly expressive paintings. #art

Fabienne Verdier: Rhythms and Reflections  Waddington Custot is proud to present Fabienne Verdier’s (b. 1962, Paris) first solo exhibition in London. The exhibition will feature large-scale abstract paintings produced over the last year. These include recent work from the Walking Paintings series as well as a new group of paintings, Rhythms and Reflections, which mark a noteworthy change of direction for the artist.

Fabienne Verdier: Rhythms and Reflections

Fabienne Verdier: Rhythms and Reflections Waddington Custot is proud to present Fabienne Verdier’s (b. 1962, Paris) first solo exhibition in London. The exhibition will feature large-scale abstract paintings produced over the last year. These include recent work from the Walking Paintings series as well as a new group of paintings, Rhythms and Reflections, which mark a noteworthy change of direction for the artist.

Waddington Custot is proud to present Fabienne Verdier’s (b. 1962, Paris) first solo exhibition in London. The exhibition will feature large-scale abstract paintings produced over the last year. These include recent work from the Walking Paintings series as well as a new group of paintings, Rhythms and Reflections, which mark a noteworthy change of direction for the artist.

Fabienne Verdier: Rhythms and Reflections

Waddington Custot is proud to present Fabienne Verdier’s (b. 1962, Paris) first solo exhibition in London. The exhibition will feature large-scale abstract paintings produced over the last year. These include recent work from the Walking Paintings series as well as a new group of paintings, Rhythms and Reflections, which mark a noteworthy change of direction for the artist.

Paintings by French artist Fabienne Verdier, rooted in the ancient Chinese art of calligraphy entitled "Ascese N9 2007", are exhibited at the Art Plural Gallery during a media preview in Singapore on October 5, 2011.

Paintings by French artist Fabienne Verdier, rooted in the ancient Chinese art of calligraphy entitled "Ascese N9 2007", are exhibited at the Art Plural Gallery during a media preview in Singapore on October 5, 2011.

At Art Stage Singapore 2015 Booth C13, Art Plural Gallery presented the solo exhibitions of French artist Fabienne Verdier and Chinese ink artist Nan Qi. These exhibitions unveiled 5 significant new paintings by Fabienne Verdier, who created them especially for the occasion, and 20 intricate ink drawings by Nan Qi.

At Art Stage Singapore 2015 Booth C13, Art Plural Gallery presented the solo exhibitions of French artist Fabienne Verdier and Chinese ink artist Nan Qi. These exhibitions unveiled 5 significant new paintings by Fabienne Verdier, who created them especially for the occasion, and 20 intricate ink drawings by Nan Qi.

At Art Stage Singapore 2015 Booth C13, Art Plural Gallery presented the solo exhibitions of French artist Fabienne Verdier and Chinese ink artist Nan Qi. These exhibitions unveiled 5 significant new paintings by Fabienne Verdier, who created them especially for the occasion, and 20 intricate ink drawings by Nan Qi.

At Art Stage Singapore 2015 Booth C13, Art Plural Gallery presented the solo exhibitions of French artist Fabienne Verdier and Chinese ink artist Nan Qi. These exhibitions unveiled 5 significant new paintings by Fabienne Verdier, who created them especially for the occasion, and 20 intricate ink drawings by Nan Qi.

Fabienne Verdier | Energy Fields Series | Art Pural Gallery, Southeast Asia Energy Fields: Vast canvases compel the observer with charged, organic lines reminiscent of both landscapes and microscopic life. Harnessing the explosive energy of action painting, Verdier manifests the rhythm of growth in her trails.

Fabienne Verdier | Energy Fields Series | Art Pural Gallery, Southeast Asia Energy Fields: Vast canvases compel the observer with charged, organic lines reminiscent of both landscapes and microscopic life. Harnessing the explosive energy of action painting, Verdier manifests the rhythm of growth in her trails.

CW: How do you feel about your exhibition in Singapore? Fabienne Verdier: I have spent 4 years focussing on the creation of an exhibition to pay homage to the Flemish masters. So during the huge research involved in that, I opened a lot of new doors & I could see that I had to invent new languages. When FS asked me to do a big show, I thought perhaps now it is time for a new maturity. I worked so hard on the body of work that pays homage to the Flemish masters.

CW: How do you feel about your exhibition in Singapore? Fabienne Verdier: I have spent 4 years focussing on the creation of an exhibition to pay homage to the Flemish masters. So during the huge research involved in that, I opened a lot of new doors & I could see that I had to invent new languages. When FS asked me to do a big show, I thought perhaps now it is time for a new maturity. I worked so hard on the body of work that pays homage to the Flemish masters.

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