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«Where many people have passed, there are many footprints.» (Lega proverb)

 

ARTIST DIARY

Artist, contemporary art - «The road is long from the project to its completion.» (Molière)

 

THE ARTIST

Should one speak of labour when talking about an artist?

Such a word evokes the weight of effort, the obsession of doing and in some small way, the tears of pressing time. Yet Rose Holzer bestows on it a sense of lightness. Undeniably the effort is there, powerful, constant and drawing from a fertile and sometimes nostalgic genesis of sources: childhood, ink, thread, primeval earth… yet her labour remains imbued with a compelling sense of calm. Though Rose Holzer’s oeuvre speaks of our torments, her work is nevertheless inherently gentle. Her art can also denounce serenely and serves as a lively testament to the fragile expression of emotions. To explore singular avenues, to give food for thought, to never give in to the temptation to hate and to always honour beauty, these are the hallmarks of Rose’s work, so delicate in its graphic and chromatic expression. To summarise: Rose Holzer’s work is elegant. As you browse her website you will discover a few dispersed creations testament to her multiform artistic personality. This is her own elegant style. An oeuvre that fundamentally expressed her unique, fertile and calm artistic talent. 

 

«To paint is to run behind closed eyelids.» (Rose Holzer)

 

«...it goes the ink way.» (Edmond Jabès)

 

«I must at every moment pass through the infinite to reach uncertain and transitory little things.» (Maurice Blanchard)

 

«There is no explosion but a book.» (Mallarmé)

 

MEETING

«But within, no more boundaries.» (Jean Tardieu)

 

Atelier de

[Rose holzer]

2, impasse St Joseph

56800 Ploërmel

 

+ 33 6 80 53 72 63

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1950 

Naissance à Montmorency

(Val d’Oise)

 

1970

Mc Cann Erikson,

directrice artistique

chez TWBWA,

Ted Bates, Publicis.

 

1976 

Création à Paris de l’Atelier D

Décors Publicitaires et évèmentiels.

 

1986

Départ à Kinshasa (RDC), 

et affirmation de son attrait

pour les Arts Tribals.

 

1991

Retour à Paris où elle installe 

son atelier dans le quartier Bastille. 

Participe à différents salons,

expositions personnelles

en Europe et à l’Étranger.

 

2010

Installe son atelier en  Bretagne,

expose régulièrement 

à La Galerie Nast à Paris.

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