Does chance exist? As in a dream in which order and chaos intertwine, Tal Waldman explores in this exhibition of drawings these intertwining, highlighting the process of “Directed Randomness” that questions the place of chance and the subconscious as a creative tool. Chance as a formal point of departure for the experimentation of the reactions between colors, pigments and water, to then seek awareness to the rythem water dries, with an innovative drying technique that becomes a drawing tool in the final composition. A bit like the ‘frottage’ created by Max Ernst, Tal Waldman develops in her  drawing techniques allowing her to reach the random to reach the dream. The final drawing consists of both unpredictable subconscious gestures and controlled actions in a new order, with possible new relations between the two forces.
Tal Waldman works with sensitivity and poetry, her intuitive and symbolic language is inspired by determinism, kinesthetic calligraphy and stochastic art. Between sacred and profane, her drawings question the origin, ours. In this dance of infinite intertwining, wer are invited to a dreamlike journey into the act of creating, between preparation and chance, between order and chaos. The artist adds, through the use of gold reference to the sacred arts she studied in India, a spiritual and symbolic dimension. HASARD DIRIGÉ (DIRECTED RANDOMNESS), an exhibition that invites us to delve into our relationship to the universe through intimate and mysterious works. Are you ready to travel in Tal Waldman’s imagination?

A few photos of the opening evening 7/11

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For the Paris Design Week 2019, Galerie MI’O exhibits the drawings on paper and stained glass 3D creations of the artist and designer Tal WALDMAN, the light creations of Sébastien SAUZE (Ligne SAUZE) and the custom furniture of Eric MIOMANDRE.
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23- 27 SEPT 2019


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During Paris Design Week events the MI’O Gallery exhibits the custom furniture of Eric MIOMANDRE and welcomes lighting creations by Sébastien SAUZE from the SAUZE line as well as drawings on paper and a sculpture of inclusion of stained glass in wood by Tal WALDMAN from TALVA D .
Opening on Saturday, September 7th from 7pm to 10pm
See you around!
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Between the lines and the thread, the artists of this exhibition evoke the notion of nomadic beings, of displacement. “It will be on the thread, the link and nomadic beings” is the title, as a story of which we would only tell the premises. The D Gallery invites on this occasion 4 artists from March 20 to 31, 2019; Rada Tzankova, Qin Han, Tal Waldman – Talva D. and Charni Robinne. Although it is not a focused choice, only women participate in this exhibition, which will also be punctuated by the performance “Tive um Coraçao” by Célie Benoist and Hélia Aluai.

CONTACT: / +33 7 68 43 99 79 – – Instagram: @d_galerie / Facebook: @ladgalerie ADDRESS: 49 av. Jean-Jaurès, 75019 Paris. // Tuesday-Sunday // 11h-19h Free exhibition, Paid performance.

Tal Waldman – Talva D. is an Israeli-German artist living and working in Paris. She has participated in many collective and personal exhibitions in France and internationally and is marked by several residencies in Israel, Germany, Greece, India. She is passionate about the transversal nature of the visual arts and crafts that she invites whenever she can to create unique hybrid works. For the exhibition “It will be on the wire, the link and the nomadic beings”, Tal Waldman – Talva D. will present “Embroidered Memories”, a set of 3d works, as many pictorial representations of stages of migration. Charged with a strong personal history, the artist poetically evokes the rootedness, questions of identity and collective memory where glass, embroidery, wood, the recovery of objects users, invite themselves to create a harmony full of stories.

Rada Tzankova is an artist of Bulgarian origin who works and lives in Paris. She exhibits internationally and her works are integrated in several collections of Foundations. Already invited by the curator for “Hundred Days”, exhibition of the homonymous contest in San Francisco (2014), and “Presences”, Off’s of the Dakar Biennial (2016), she will present here a series of drawings in ink, charcoal, pencil, acrylic on paper, including a large format. The work of Rada is a sweet world crossed by characters and allegories with acidulous colors. In fine lace, it translates subtle scenes that make you forget the material, the space of a paper. For the exhibition “It will be on the wire, the link and nomadic beings”, Rada Tzankova will also unveil two studies in Benin, the only black and white drawings of her career.

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A few weeks ago, I was interviewed by journalist Agnès Delcourt-Legoeul on trends in the house of tomorrow. The article is in the Journal de Textile N ° 2409 of February 12, page 30.

The complete interview is here:ès-tal-waldman-talva-d-/
Thank you Agnes Delcourt!

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I share with pleasure the beautiful article on Terre de Vitrail in the Gazette de Montmartre, near the end of page 1 – page 2 they write about our collaboration on the 3D VITRAIL project, currently exhibited at the Colombes glass biennale!
Thanks to Jacques Bachellerie and Françoise Bensignor

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Very honored to be a part of the exhibition of the architect and artist Malick M’bow in the Off of the #BiennaleofDakar, in a very nice company! It’s me there on the far left 🙂 Portraits by Malick with words by the ones drown.


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W&D18-531 no poltronax togliere ombra poltrona a sx

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