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Veronique KRAEMER

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Self-taught painter, I was born in Argentina. I spent my childhood in Latin America surrounded by colors and warmth and I also lived in Thailand. Passionate about traveling, I draw my inspiration from the encounters I make along of my journey.

Today living in Lyon, I work in my studio in the 7th arrondissement. I also collaborate with a cabinetmaker to create original painted furniture.

I am inspired by naive art of my childhood and its colors, by feminists’ artists like Niki de Saint Phalle, Alice Neel or Titouan Lamazou and artists who paint the joy of living or the beauty of the world as Marc Chagall, Henri Matisse or David Hockney.

My paintings are mainly figurative. I work on acrylic paints and markers on textured backgrounds by collages of newspapers or fabrics.

KRAEMER 1

Viens Danser
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KRAEMER 2

Marquises
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KRAEMER 3

Rasta Eve
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KRAEMER 4

Ma Nature Profonde II
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KRAEMER 5

Nu aux citrons
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KRAEMER 6

Féminin Sacré
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KRAEMER 7

Mona Lisa Age 20
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KRAEMER 8

Aglaé et ses Sœurs
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KRAEMER 9

Vu d’en haut le Monde est bleu
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KRAEMER 10

En douceur Cuba tourne la page
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KRAEMER 11

L’or du Monde
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KRAEMER 12

Il n’y aura plus de Guerre
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KRAEMER 17

Chaos Mental
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KRAEMER 14

Au Fil des Souvenirs
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KRAEMER 15

Son Regard toujours me hante
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KRAEMER 16

Ha-Long
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KRAEMER 13

Elle voulait voir le Monde (Triptyque)
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KRAEMER 18

Demain (Triptyque)
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KRAEMER 19

Not Yours
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KRAEMER 20

Protect the Earth
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Gallery’s Eye

 

Jean-Michel Basquiat, said: “I start an image and I finish it, I do not think about art when I work, I try to think about life.”
Véronique’s conception seems finally close to Basquiat’s. Her sensitivity leads her to live her art in a space between romanticism and realism, abstract and figurative. Her painting feeds on feelings of freedom, nature and feminism. Above all, painting remains for her an intimate experience that she seeks to share.
Véronique’s work thus oscillates between narrative figuration and lyrical abstraction. She imagines paintings that interrogate the body as a source of sensation and raw emotions to go beyond codes. Her creations seem to be a reflection of inner conversations. They plunge her into a world where everything that time has made disappear seems to come back to life.
They are charged with questions about her identity, her relationship with the divine and the sacred. But above all, they open a door on the dimension of the metamorphosis of the invisible that the hand of the artist reveals. The entanglements and links present in Véronique’s work are just a pretext to evoke uprooting and duality, this is her thread … The characters who escape her confront her with her roots and her relation to the world. The woman, the breath, the myths are so many themes that vibrate through her work also influenced by the primitive arts.