ARTPIL Profiles of the Arts
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SylC
Artist / Painter, Sculptor

Born in 1973 in Paris, France.
Graduated in 1996 from Ecole Olivier de Serres, Paris, France.

SylC paints, draws and sculpts the human figure which invariably constitutes the center of her researches. From the beginning of 2010, she devotes a large part of her work to several thematic projects often realized simultaneously; the series “Mothers” (2011-2013), “La ronde des chiens fous” (2013-2015), “Le parfum des saisons” (2013-2015) and “Human Birds” (2013-2016) will emerge.

SylC collaborates with galleries in France, Europe and USA, presenting her works through solo and groups exhibitions. On the initiative of public institutions, she was invited to exhibit her work in historical places such as the Chapel and Cloister of “les Dames Blanches” (City of La Rochelle), “la Chapelle des Jesuites” (City of Chaumont-sur-Marne) or “Le Château d’Eau” (City of Bourges).

Present in public collections (City of La Rochelle, City of Le Mans), SylC has won several awards in Switzerland and France. Four monographs have been published on her work, including the last two in 2015 and 2016.

sylc.org

Born in 1973 in Paris, France.
Graduated in 1996 from Ecole Olivier de Serres, Paris, France.

SylC paints, draws and sculpts the human figure which invariably constitutes the center of her researches. From the beginning of 2010, she devotes a large part of her work to several thematic projects often realized simultaneously; the series “Mothers” (2011-2013), “La ronde des chiens fous” (2013-2015), “Le parfum des saisons” (2013-2015) and “Human Birds” (2013-2016) will emerge.

SylC collaborates with galleries in France, Europe and USA, presenting her works through solo and groups exhibitions. On the initiative of public institutions, she was invited to exhibit her work in historical places such as the Chapel and Cloister of “les Dames Blanches” (City of La Rochelle), “la Chapelle des Jesuites” (City of Chaumont-sur-Marne) or “Le Château d’Eau” (City of Bourges).

Present in public collections (City of La Rochelle, City of Le Mans), SylC has won several awards in Switzerland and France. Four monographs have been published on her work, including the last two in 2015 and 2016.

sylc.org

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