ELSA SAHAL

ELSA SAHAL

ELSA SAHAL

ELSA SAHAL

ELSA SAHAL

b. 1975 in Paris,  France

b. 1975 in Paris,  France

b. 1975 in Paris,  France

b. 1975 in Paris,  France

b. 1975 in Paris,  France

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ELSA SAHAL
ALIÉNOR, 2015
Glaced ceramic
98 x 36 x 34 cm

ELSA SAHAL
ALIÉNOR, 2015
Glaced ceramic
98 x 36 x 34 cm

ELSA SAHAL
ALIÉNOR, 2015
Glaced ceramic
98 x 36 x 34 cm

ELSA SAHAL
ALIÉNOR, 2015
Glaced ceramic
98 x 36 x 34 cm

ELSA SAHAL
ALIÉNOR, 2015
Glaced ceramic
98 x 36 x 34 cm

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ELSA SAHAL
TRUKULA BAUBO, 2015
glazed ceramic
37 x 30 x 20 cm


ELSA SAHAL
TRUKULA BAUBO, 2015
glazed ceramic
37 x 30 x 20 cm


ELSA SAHAL
TRUKULA BAUBO, 2015
glazed ceramic
37 x 30 x 20 cm


ELSA SAHAL
TRUKULA BAUBO, 2015
glazed ceramic
37 x 30 x 20 cm


ELSA SAHAL
TRUKULA BAUBO, 2015
glazed ceramic
37 x 30 x 20 cm


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ELSA SAHAL
FONTAINE, 2012
Glazed ceramic, hydraulic system
204 x 57 x 42 cm

ELSA SAHAL
FONTAINE, 2012
Glazed ceramic, hydraulic system
204 x 57 x 42 cm

ELSA SAHAL
FONTAINE, 2012
Glazed ceramic, hydraulic system
204 x 57 x 42 cm

ELSA SAHAL
FONTAINE, 2012
Glazed ceramic, hydraulic system
204 x 57 x 42 cm

ELSA SAHAL
FONTAINE, 2012
Glazed ceramic, hydraulic system
204 x 57 x 42 cm

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ELSA SAHAL
ISADORA, 2015
Glaced ceramic
33 x 25 x 42 cm

ELSA SAHAL
ISADORA, 2015
Glaced ceramic
33 x 25 x 42 cm

ELSA SAHAL
ISADORA, 2015
Glaced ceramic
33 x 25 x 42 cm

ELSA SAHAL
ISADORA, 2015
Glaced ceramic
33 x 25 x 42 cm

ELSA SAHAL
ISADORA, 2015
Glaced ceramic
33 x 25 x 42 cm

ELSA SAHAL

Sahal’s oeuvre and its forms are in fact in accordance with the idea of a primitive chaos that existed before the world was arranged into fixed categories. Her work establishes an era in which a tired and toxic masculinity gives way to other forms of being in the world. For her, a human being is neither man nor woman, but rather a spectrum leading to an utopian new world where the binaries underpinning modern Western philosophy (human/non-human, masculine/feminine, body/spirit, interior/exterior) are no longer relevant. Elsa Sahal prefers entities that are tired, lying down, and influenced by their environment (whether this is the marine world in her Fontaine ), or even baby pink, the color of girlhood in our globalized Western culture). The sculpture, an organ in decay, metamorphoses and reveals itself as unstable as flowing lava. The theme of the mutant body, which stretches, produces and ejects new forms, is notably addressed in a sculpture by the artist on the subject of maternity (Grotte généalogique, Geealogical Cave, 2006). 

Elsa Sahal (b. 1975 in Paris, lives and works in Paris, FR) graduated at École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris, FR. Has a MFA from École Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle, Paris, FR. She was awarded by the French Institute for the Georges Coulon Prize for Sculpture. Recent shows include: X, Elsa Sahal and Jesse Mockrin, Nathalie Karg Gallery, New York, US; Harem, The Pill Gallery, Istanbul, TU; These Boots are made for Walk’in Jeanne d‘Arc Chapel, Thouars, FR; Re-Cloune, Duo exhibition with Guillaume Pinard, Safran, Amiens, FR; Won’t You Be My Neighbor, Nathalie Karg Gallery, New York, US; Le Voyage à Nantes, Nantes, FR; Les Exatiques, La Seine Musicale, Paris, FR; Picasso. Baigneurs et Baigneuses, Musée des Beaux-arts, Lyon, FR.

ELSA SAHAL

Sahal’s oeuvre and its forms are in fact in accordance with the idea of a primitive chaos that existed before the world was arranged into fixed categories. Her work establishes an era in which a tired and toxic masculinity gives way to other forms of being in the world. For her, a human being is neither man nor woman, but rather a spectrum leading to an utopian new world where the binaries underpinning modern Western philosophy (human/non-human, masculine/feminine, body/spirit, interior/exterior) are no longer relevant. Elsa Sahal prefers entities that are tired, lying down, and influenced by their environment (whether this is the marine world in her Fontaine ), or even baby pink, the color of girlhood in our globalized Western culture). The sculpture, an organ in decay, metamorphoses and reveals itself as unstable as flowing lava. The theme of the mutant body, which stretches, produces and ejects new forms, is notably addressed in a sculpture by the artist on the subject of maternity (Grotte généalogique, Geealogical Cave, 2006). 
Elsa Sahal (b. 1975 in Paris, lives and works in Paris, FR) graduated at École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris, FR. Has a MFA from École Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle, Paris, FR. She was awarded by the French Institute for the Georges Coulon Prize for Sculpture. Recent shows include: X, Elsa Sahal and Jesse Mockrin, Nathalie Karg Gallery, New York, US; Harem, The Pill Gallery, Istanbul, TU; These Boots are made for Walk’in Jeanne d‘Arc Chapel, Thouars, FR; Re-Cloune, Duo exhibition with Guillaume Pinard, Safran, Amiens, FR; Won’t You Be My Neighbor, Nathalie Karg Gallery, New York, US; Le Voyage à Nantes, Nantes, FR; Les Exatiques, La Seine Musicale, Paris, FR; Picasso. Baigneurs et Baigneuses, Musée des Beaux-arts, Lyon, FR.

ELSA SAHAL

Sahal’s oeuvre and its forms are in fact in accordance with the idea of a primitive chaos that existed before the world was arranged into fixed categories. Her work establishes an era in which a tired and toxic masculinity gives way to other forms of being in the world. For her, a human being is neither man nor woman, but rather a spectrum leading to an utopian new world where the binaries underpinning modern Western philosophy (human/non-human, masculine/feminine, body/spirit, interior/exterior) are no longer relevant. Elsa Sahal prefers entities that are tired, lying down, and influenced by their environment (whether this is the marine world in her Fontaine ), or even baby pink, the color of girlhood in our globalized Western culture). The sculpture, an organ in decay, metamorphoses and reveals itself as unstable as flowing lava. The theme of the mutant body, which stretches, produces and ejects new forms, is notably addressed in a sculpture by the artist on the subject of maternity (Grotte généalogique, Geealogical Cave, 2006). 

Elsa Sahal (b. 1975 in Paris, lives and works in Paris, FR) graduated at École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris, FR. Has a MFA from École Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle, Paris, FR. She was awarded by the French Institute for the Georges Coulon Prize for Sculpture. Recent shows include: X, Elsa Sahal and Jesse Mockrin, Nathalie Karg Gallery, New York, US; Harem, The Pill Gallery, Istanbul, TU; These Boots are made for Walk’in Jeanne d‘Arc Chapel, Thouars, FR; Re-Cloune, Duo exhibition with Guillaume Pinard, Safran, Amiens, FR; Won’t You Be My Neighbor, Nathalie Karg Gallery, New York, US; Le Voyage à Nantes, Nantes, FR; Les Exatiques, La Seine Musicale, Paris, FR; Picasso. Baigneurs et Baigneuses, Musée des Beaux-arts, Lyon, FR.

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