Tiffanie Delune, ‘Room for Desire’, 2021, Painting, Acrylic, Oil Pastel, Oil, Mixed Papers, Pencil and Glitter On Stretched Cotton Canvas, Ed Cross Fine Art
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Tiffanie Delune

Room for Desire, 2021

Acrylic, Oil Pastel, Oil, Mixed Papers, Pencil and Glitter On Stretched Cotton Canvas
59 1/10 × 39 2/5 in
150 × 100 cm
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London, San Francisco, London
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Tiffanie Delune
French Congolese, b. 1988
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Tiffanie Delune’s layered multimedia practice explores childhood, memory, and personal trauma. She paints bright hues on cotton canvas, loose linen, and paper, and her use of materials range from acrylic and pastels to toilet paper, keys, and dried flowers. Although her playful use of color suggests a dreamlike fantasy world, her use of strong lines roots her practice in her family’s background in Belgian architecture. “One can find a sense of belonging through the painful process of dissecting family history in order to rebuild its own journey,” she once said. Her ongoing “Childhood” series evokes a simple, more wondrous time, employing hearts and the Eiffel Tower throughout the works. Delune draws inspiration from Matisse cutouts, African textiles, and her own postcolonial mixed-race background. She currently lives in London.

Tiffanie Delune, ‘Room for Desire’, 2021, Painting, Acrylic, Oil Pastel, Oil, Mixed Papers, Pencil and Glitter On Stretched Cotton Canvas, Ed Cross Fine Art
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Hand-signed by artist
Tiffanie Delune
French Congolese, b. 1988
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Tiffanie Delune’s layered multimedia practice explores childhood, memory, and personal trauma. She paints bright hues on cotton canvas, loose linen, and paper, and her use of materials range from acrylic and pastels to toilet paper, keys, and dried flowers. Although her playful use of color suggests a dreamlike fantasy world, her use of strong lines roots her practice in her family’s background in Belgian architecture. “One can find a sense of belonging through the painful process of dissecting family history in order to rebuild its own journey,” she once said. Her ongoing “Childhood” series evokes a simple, more wondrous time, employing hearts and the Eiffel Tower throughout the works. Delune draws inspiration from Matisse cutouts, African textiles, and her own postcolonial mixed-race background. She currently lives in London.

Tiffanie Delune

Room for Desire, 2021

Acrylic, Oil Pastel, Oil, Mixed Papers, Pencil and Glitter On Stretched Cotton Canvas
59 1/10 × 39 2/5 in
150 × 100 cm
.
Contact For Price
Location
London, San Francisco, London
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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