COURTESY OF GALERIE LWS, PARIS
Pierrette Bloch Throughout her career, Pierrette Bloch resorted to poor materials and reduced motifs. Working with collages, ink on paper, hardboard, rope and horsehair, she developed her favourite forms of reference — dots, lines and hyphens, exploring the limits between drawing and sculpture as well as the relationships between emptiness and fullness.
Pierrette Bloch — Un certain nombre d’œuvres 1971-2016 Ends in 30 days: January 14 → March 25 Pierrette Bloch (born in Paris in 1928) has created a body of work that is deeply rooted in draughtsmanship, reflecting her own sensitive feel for the art of drawing. Her work is based on the repetition of a creative act that is never quite the same — an untrammelled act that seeks out spontaneity and happenstance.