Christine Sefolosha (born 1955) is a Swiss painter. Born in Montreux, Sefolosha has created works that have been shown at numerous one person and group exhibitions, including at the Cavin Morris Gallery in New York, American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore and the Galerie Polad-Hardouin and the Halle Saint-Pierre in Paris. She lived in South Africa for nine years.
She founded the studio Quai 1-L'Atelier in 2000 within Montreux' train-station waiting room
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- "Sylvia Katuszewski et Christine Sefolosha. She regularly shows her work at the Judy Saslow Gallery in Chicago. http://www.jsaslowgallery.com/artists/sefolosha/sefolosha_index.html At the beginning of 2009 she was introduced to Bruxelles's J.Bastien Art Gallery. http://www.jbastien-art.be/FR/artists_detail.awp?P1=Sefolosha_Christine Her work is featured in the no 66 Spring/Summer 2009 of Raw Vision Magazine published in England. http://www.rawvision.com/articles/66/sefolosha/sefolosha.html". Evene. Retrieved 2008-06-10. External link in
- "Niggli-Luder, Federer – und dann noch Ogi". Neue Luzerner Zeitung. 2007-12-16. Retrieved 2008-06-10.
- Cavin Morris Gallery
- Arbre de lune (short bio and picture, French-language source)
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