Very proud tonight! I received two awards for my works presented in the sacred art festival from @modernartenergy Japan and @the_american_university of paris. Thank you Marc Higonnet, Yoshie Araki, Jackie Kooken, Hitoshi Babasaki and Pr. Jonathan Shimony for making it possible !

    

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Thank you @artensionmagazine and @francoise_monnin for choosing my work for the article on The International Festival of Sacred Art, where I will be exhibiting with 300 other international artists between December 7-12 in Compiègne. It is with pleasure that I invite you to the opening at the Salles st Nicolas rue de grand Ferré in Compiègne on 6/12 at 6 p.m. See you soon !

 

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Happy to share with you the new publication of The textile Eye winter 2021, Visions from Milan Design Week, including @dedalo my contribution to the new 2021 WET collection with Wall&Deco / by Saana Baker.

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Find our Artist Talk recording from the 17 mai 2021 for the launching of the ‘Human Mind’ collective exhibition in the Tebbs gallery London. With Fiona Morehouse we reveal the extensive collaborative art research “Visualizing the Invisible, a journey into silence”. Our work archive can be found  in

www.in2visible.com

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Live webinar with artist Tal Waldman on her work.
Interview with journalist Eléonore Blanc from L’Officiel des galleries et museums, organized by the Résidence galerie Biarritz during the exhibition “Hasard Directed” by Tal Waldman.

 

 

 

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L’officiel des galeries et musées (5 Mai 2021) interview by Eléonore Blanc (5 mai 2021)

“Les-coulisses de la creation de Tal Waldman”

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The Résidence Galerie in Biarritz presents a series of drawings by the artist Tal Waldman through an exhibition entitled Hasard Dirigé from May 4 to May 29, 2021. Through this exhibition, Tal Waldman tells a poetic tale on the theme of the subconscious and dreams.

/// Eléonore White

Tal Waldman, MON JARDIN, 46×32 cm, 2019, dessin sur papier ©Tal Waldman

The Résidence Galerie in Biarritz presents a series of drawings by the artist Tal Waldman through an exhibition entitled Hasard Dirigé from April 30 to May 26, 2021. Through this exhibition, Tal Waldman tells a poetic tale on the theme of the subconscious and dreams.

The Résidence Galerie in Biarritz presents a series of drawings by the artist Tal Waldman through an exhibition entitled Hasard Dirigé from April 30 to May 26, 2021. Through this exhibition, Tal Waldman tells a poetic tale on the theme of the subconscious and dreams.

The result of genuine exploratory work, his Random Directed series seeks the balance between disorder and order. The visitor discovers a spontaneous gesture which gives rise to a feeling of freedom. The aesthetic language of his drawings is similar to that of a poem: each of the lines constructs a harmonious dialogue with the visitor, who becomes a reader of imaginary words. Loaded with symbolism, the drawings presented at the Résidence Galerie are an ode to joy.

Tal Waldman, WOMEN, 46×34 cm, 2019, dessin sur papier ©Tal Waldman

Colors diffuse with different texture, brightness and intensity producing a vibrating effect. The nuances used in Civilization remains I explore the same chromatic variation. The multiple shades of green evoke lush vegetation blossoming freely. The Random Directed series thus deals with the importance of the subconscious which offers a necessary letting go of man.

During his observation, the visitor sees figures appearing like this woman, in Women, who is holding her face between her hands. This position symbolizes the emotional state of the dreamer. Thanks to the inclination of the face, associated with the explosions of color, we enter directly into an unreal and wonderful universe.

The artist experiments with the theme of consciousness and the subconscious, two opposites that punctuate our moods. Small and medium-sized, the composition of his drawings is deliberately unstructured in order to lead the viewer on the path of a quest for oneself.

The Random Directed exhibition reveals the importance of chance, as a guide that plays a role in the construction of our identity. This exhibition opens a conversation with our emotions and our intellectualization of the world.

 

 

 

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DIRECTED RANDOMNESS TAL WALDMAN EXHIBITION

by François Beauxis-AussaletIn Biarritz / google translation

“The Résidence Galerie welcomes plastic artist Tal Waldman as part of her personal exhibition “Hasard Dirigé”, from April 30 to May 26. Tal Waldman is a polymorphic artist but her common thread remains the drawing. She has lived and studied art, architecture and mindfulness on several continents. His artistic creation focuses on experimentation with different media, bodily gestures and states of consciousness. She explores themes such as collective memory, identity and mindfulness. Winner of several awards, she exhibits internationally in salons, museums and galleries. This dreamlike series of small and medium-sized drawings explores the relationship between chaos and order, highlighting a process of “directed chance” in my gestures, between control and letting go. A movement that questions the place of chance and the subconscious as a tool of creation. The final design is woven into both unpredictable subconscious actions and controlled actions in a new order with possible new relationships between the two forces. Inspired by the spiritual dimension of determinism, kinesthetic calligraphy and stochastic art, the boundaries between the sacred and the secular are explored using intuitive and symbolic language. The use of gold refers to the sacred arts of enlightenment and my past studies of miniature painting in India. “

 

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CHANCE DIRECTED TAL WALDMAN EXHIBITION

by François Beauxis-AussaletIn Biarritz,

“The Résidence Galerie welcomes plastic artist Tal Waldman as part of her personal exhibition “Hasard Dirigé”, from April 30 to May 26. Tal Waldman is a polymorphic artist but her common thread remains the drawing. She has lived and studied art, architecture and mindfulness on several continents. His artistic creation focuses on experimentation with different media, bodily gestures and states of consciousness. She explores themes such as collective memory, identity and mindfulness. Winner of several awards, she exhibits internationally in salons, museums and galleries. This dreamlike series of small and medium-sized drawings explores the relationship between chaos and order, highlighting a process of “directed chance” in my gestures, between control and letting go. A movement that questions the place of chance and the subconscious as a tool of creation. The final design is woven into both unpredictable subconscious actions and controlled actions in a new order with possible new relationships between the two forces. Inspired by the spiritual dimension of determinism, kinesthetic calligraphy and stochastic art, the boundaries between the sacred and the secular are explored using intuitive and symbolic language. The use of gold refers to the sacred arts of enlightenment and my past studies of miniature painting in India. “

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