Violon d'Ingres © ADAGP

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"Here and beyond" / charcoal on paper, 150 x 100 cm

 

CARINE GUTLERNER -- As a Graphic Artist, she studied at the Académie des Beaux-Arts d'Anvers and at the Académie de Boisfort in Belgium. She continued to draw from models and to work with wellknown artists, like Françoise André (mentionned in L'Aventure de l'Art au XXème Siècle, Jean-Louis Ferrier). Her work is specially oriented toward the 'human being', oscillating between reality and imaginary worlds, letting inner faces appear. She works with charcoal, pencil, ink or watercolor and uses big sizes for her art work.

Carine Gutlerner had exhibits in Belgium, in the United States and in France. She has also illustrated some books for the L'Harmattan Editions in Paris.

 

Among recent EXHIBITIONS :

- Art Contemporain Sèvres at  "La Chartreuse"/ Art Contemporain Sèvres (Sèvres, 2013)

- "Galerie de la Scène Watteau" (Nogent-sur-Marne, 2013, 2015)

- La Demeure des Artistes (Paris, 2014)

- Carré des Coignard with the sculptor Xavier Carnoy (Nogent-sur-Marne, 2015)

- Maison des Jeunes et de la Culture Louis Lepage (Nogent-sur-Marne, 2016)

UEVACJEA (Paris, 2016)

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PUBLICATIONS :

Art Book with drawings and a text written by André Lorant :

Carine Gutlerner : Traits de Mémoire. Oeuvres graphiques (Cohen&Cohen, Editions. Paris, 2015, 362 p., 289 drawings)

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PRESS, COMMENTS :

Working on big sizes, Carine Gutlerner presented her portraits in black and white in charcoal of imaginary or real people (...) an amazing exhibit, that left no one indifferent. Magazine de Nogent-sur-Marne

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Carine Gutlerner is a 'complete' artist, using different types of expression (...). Her drawings are also oriented toward impressive large scale themes (...). André Lorant

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The emotions are served by a highly mastered technique, going through a whole journey, a very moving life path. Catherine Angelini

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Art could be the inner face of a lost and engulfed world. It emerges from the memory of stone. Carine Gutlerner's art work goes beyond the earth's limits. Roger Tessier