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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UPCOMING PERSONAL EXHIBITION IN MAI- AT THE RESIDENCE GALERIE, BIARRITZ .

From the 4th to the  29th of mai in the Résidence galerie, 1 bis, rue Gambetta in Biarritz.

Please register for the visit here : https://www.residence.gallery/prise-de-rdv

 

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Open Eye Février 2021 – “Tal Waldman visualise the invisible”

A new article by François Beauxis Aussalet for the online photography magazine on my artistic creation process and the use of photography

https: //openeyelemagazine.fr/tal-waldman-visualiser-linvisible/

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This week my new designs for the Out and Wet 2020 collections launched with W&D in an amazing new virtual museum. The new virtual kingdom!

A memory of home:

Confinement touched us all, closed in our spaces our mind kept on traveling before slowly withdrawing and finding quiet. Passed experiences emerged in images, colours, fractions of memories.

Different places in which we felt at home, various moments in which we felt marvelled. One of these memories is behind this design, a memory of a beautiful field in bloom with my loved ones around. Spots of colours and shades, translated into a graphical game of surfaces, textures and lines.

The top design, in vivid colours of day time, while the bottom design with less materialized colours, and sharper lights of an evening time.

The mountains of my childhood:

We all recently were confined in our houses and brutally were reminded of the most important values of our lives. This period brought me back to this naïve like drawing of the mountains. The colourful and warm palette, the handmade sketch brings back a childhood simplicity and joy. Yet, it stays clean and elegant and does not suggest a childlike illustration but rather a dream like open landscape.

In the Bush

I leave in Paris, as many cities in the world it is dense, polluted and lacking nature. Our environment is something we all share, and a green environment, rich in natural vegetation can ensures a rich biodiversity, reduces air pollution, reduce noise, cool down the air, turn our lives in the city more sustainable, agreeable and healthy. Aspiring to more sustainable cities, I transported my impression of the wood to the collection. If it can’t always be the trees themselves, let it be their poetic memory on our façade.

Study Nature, love Nature, stay close to Nature. It will never fail you.” –  Frank Lloyd Wright, architect.

 

 

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Thank you Open Windows for sharing information about our project “Visualizing the Invisible”

http://memoire-a-venir.org/in2visible_en.html

 

Drawings by Tal Waldman – Talva D. and Fiona Morehouse

#memoiredelavenir #in2visible #talwaldman_talva_d #VisualizingTheInvisible #mindfulart #fionamorehouse #artresearch #art #Article

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A new article in a great blog- The Culturium, about my work in chapter 9 of our ongoing collaborative research “Visualizing the Invisible” Thank you Paula Marvelly!

 

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