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Lives and works in Paris. 

Rosemarie Auberson’s paintings sometimes, but not necessarily, arise from the observation of images, photographs or film stills brought to a form of abstraction. These references are not the main subjects, but rather starting points that facilitate the development of the paintings. "I try to evoke the feeling that something is in progress,” says Auberson. “The materials used are not precious (wood panels, cardboard) and the paintings are reworked many times before their final version. What interests me is the movement between something finished and unfinished — like an image seen furtively and then appropriated by the memory. It's an attempt to capture impermanence."


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