Beatrice Valentine Amrhein

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Béatrice Valentine Amrhein (born 1961 in Wassy) is a French artist. She lives and works in Arcueil.[1]

Amrhein was trained as a painter at l’École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris, at École nationale des beaux arts of Nancy and as a fashion designer at Parsons The New School for Design[citation needed] in New York.

She works in painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, video, multimedia, and installation. Her work has been exhibited at the Contemporary Museum in Baltimore, USA, in 2007;[2] Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv Herzliya; Palais de Tokyo[citation needed], Paris; Convent of the Cordeliers, and Chateauroux in 2004.[citation needed].

Solo exhibitions[edit]

Amrhein has held numerous exhibitions around the world. Some of her notable exhibitions are Paris-Texas (1992), Innocent Désire (1993), Hope (1994), Prométhée (1995). Since 2000, she has exhibited regularly at Galerie Pascal Gabert, C. Downey, New York, Sara Gata Studio, New York, and Nancy Wine, Brooklyn, New York.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ George Sand, interprétations 2004 Musées de Châteauroux - 2004 "Béatrice-Valentine AMRHEIN Report on body II and the body system" - Née le 27 juillet 1961 à Wassy (69), vit et travaille à Arcueil, Paris, New York. Installation devoiles peints, photographies jet d'encre. 600 x 800 x 400 cm 2004 Cette installation ..."
  2. ^ "Mobile Medium". The Baltimore Sun. 21 January 2007. Retrieved 12 October 2018.
  3. ^ "Beatrice Valentine Amrhein". Studio La Città. Retrieved 6 August 2013.

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