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Emilie Pitoiset (1980 - based in Paris) produces artworks that activate a series of characters and fictions through an on-going narrative that deals with the exhibition as a format, including elements such as film and performance. She plays with uncanny scenarios whose unfolds a surrealistic visual grammar which is both enigmatic, noir and decadent.

She is also currently preparing a solo show at Klemm's gallery in Berlin called The Vanishing Lady about the most famous magic trick & window-display of Frank Lyman Baum who wrote The Wizard Oz.

Quid of How to vanish?




Recent solo projects include Double Feature’, Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt am Main, ‘It's all the gold that i have’, Klemm's Gallery, Berlin - ‘Silent actions’, Frac Champagne Ardenne, Reims and ‘You arrived too late. Ceremony’ in Les Eglises, Chelles.

Pitoiset's has also participated in numerous group exhibitions in many major art institutions, such as as Witte de Witte, Pompidou Center, Palais de Tokyo, Badischer Kunstverein, Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden, Bielefeld Kunstverein, Museum Ostwall, Kadist Art Foundation, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Rijeka

 


Coedited with FRAC Champagne-Ardenne, Reims / Confort Moderne, Poitiers / Fondation d’entreprise Ricard, Paris
With the support of CNAP, Centre national des arts plastiques (aide à l’édition), ministère de la Culture et de la Communication

Les presses du réel, Dijon, 2013
French, english

Texts by : Florence Derieux, Dominic Eichler, Interview by : Raimundas Malašauskas

 

Dear Emilie by Sinziana Ravini, 2014 (English)

Penumbra and Palimpsest
by Dominic Eichler, 2013 (English)

Interview with Raimundas Malasauskas, 2013 (English)

Othello Itw with Marie Maertens (french)

Devon Loch, or how to entertain a desire of reality
Pavillon Ed., Palais de Tokyo, directed by Charlotte Moth (English / French)

Là où tout se rejoue by Laurie Merle, 2011 (French)

Janus by Claire Staebler, 2010 (English / French)