Anne Cindric — Missing in Action — Prolongation
Missing in Action — Prolongation
Past: July 5 → 15, 2012
The Laure Roynette Gallery is displaying new paintings by Anne Cindric in a private exhibition entitled Missing In Action and a book written on her work by Jean-Yves Jouannais former director of the famous art magazine, art press, and now working with the Centre Pompidou.
In this series, as in her other works, the artist gives a female look on male universes and on various objects of power. By depicting soldiers ─ or any other form of power as in her previous works ─ within bucolic landscapes, Anne Cindric seeks to represent a world devoid of seriousness where the mixing of constraints and genres prevails.
Born in 1965, Anne Cindric entered the Paris Institute of Political Studies in 1984 and the l’Ecole Nationale d’Administration in 1991 ─ obtaining her degree two years later. It is during this time that the themes of power and strength became important themes in her work. She joined Yanne Auguin’s workshop of illustration and composition in 1994 and joined the workshops of Fine Art of Paris, in the painting department, four year later. In France, Anne Cindric appeared in several private and collective exhibitions.
Anne Cindric — Missing in Action Opening Saturday, May 5, 2012 5 PM → 9 PM
20, rue de Thorigny
T. 06 08 63 54 41
Tuesday – Saturday, 2 PM – 7 PM
Other times by appointment
- Anne Cindric
Jean Yves Jouannais