Nadege David

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Richter, Alice and the initial collision #1
2015
Chinese ink, pencil and watercolor on paper
49 x 69 cm
La communaute des sentiments #1
2014
Chinese ink on paper
76 x 56 cm
La communaute des sentiments #5
2014
Chinese ink on paper
76 x 56 cm
D-A-1-0-0
2014
Chinese ink, watercolor, and pencil on paper
75.5 x 56 cm
D-A-1-0-1
2014
Chinese ink, watercolor, and pencil on paper
56 x 75.5 cm
M-A-1-0-0
2014
Chinese ink, watercolor, and pencil on paper
56 x 75.5 cm
E-O-1-0-0
2014
Chinese ink on paper
40.5 x 30.5 cm
E-O-1-0-1
2014
Chinese ink on paper
40.5 x 30.5 cm
E-O-1-0-2
2014
Chinese ink on paper
40.5 x 30.5 cm
N-sp-VN-2014-10.79N, 06.73W-001
2014
mixed media
height: 40.6 cm, diameter: 19.2 cm
N-sp-VN-2014-10.79N, 06.73W-002
2014
mixed media
height: 40.6 cm, diameter: 19.2 cm
N-sp-VN-2014-21.33N, 105.48W-003
2014
mixed media
height: 40.6 cm, diameter: 19.3 cm
N-sp-1-0-0
2014
Chinese ink and pencil on paper
75.5 x 56 cm
N-sp-1-0-1
2014
Chinese ink and pencil on paper
75.5 x 56 cm
N-sp-1-0-2
2014
Chinese ink and pencil on paper
75.5 x 56 cm
T-A-1-0-0
2014
Chinese ink and watercolor on paper
25 x 25 cm
T-A-1-0-1
2014
Chinese ink and watercolor on paper
25 x 25 cm
T-A-1-0-2
2014
Chinese ink and watercolor on paper
25 x 25 cm
META No.1
2013
Chinese ink on paper
40.5 x 30.5 cm
META No.2
2013
Chinese ink on paper
40.5 x 30.5 cm
META No.3
2013
Chinese ink on paper
40.5 x 30.5 cm
Untitled
2011
Chinese ink, watercolor, and fiber tip pen on rice paper
111 x 101 cm
Untitled
2011
Chinese ink, watercolor, and fiber tip pen on rice paper
111 x 101 cm
Untitled
2009
Chinese ink, watercolor and fiber tip pen on rice paper
89 x 69.3 cm
Untitled
2009
Chinese ink, watercolor and fiber tip pen on rice paper
89.5 x 69.3 cm
Untitled
2009
Chinese ink, watercolor and fiber tip pen on rice paper
88.5 x 69 cm
Untitled
2009
Chinese ink, watercolour and fiber tip pen on rice paper
83.7 x 68.8 cm

BIOGRAPHY

“Drawing emerges to me as an expression of exchange between images, thoughts, and the languages of real and imagined worlds. These visual appropriations take root in the confrontation with the living, an enthusiasm for the aesthetic potency of certain Asian expressions, the precision of scientific drawing and the fascination for ink and its unpredictable flow. The impulse then guides the hand, which spontaneously reveals the shape, then from the shape, its subject. The black lines on paper draw numerous forms, their manifestation delineated by an irrepressible dialogue between the uncertainty of ink and the power of intuition. Thus, revealed is a paradoxical world where lone, weightless forms are torn by sinuous and gnarly lines.”

Born in 1975 in France, Nadege David received an MA in Political Philosophy at University La Sorbonne, Paris, France and an MA in Contemporary Political Philosophy, University Paris VIII, Paris, France. She was a lecturer in Sociology at University Marne La Vallée, France between 2001 and 2005.

David’s exhibitions include Experience sweet and relaxing dreams, Mai’s Gallery, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, of reveries and obsessions, and Soil-Less®, Galerie Quynh, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Nadege David lives and works in Ho Chi Minh City.

 

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