Anne-Charlotte Yver

Anne-Charlotte Yver is interested in, and experiments with, the transformations of the mediums she uses and their possible states. She pushes those mediums to their limits, bringing about a perceptible tension in presence of her works as a result. These elements are often found in her sculptures, but also in her editions. This is coupled with the will to seize and fix movements, which is inspired by the film-stills she often surrounds herself with.
The artist appropriates her mediums, such as concrete, aluminum or leather, in order to give an anthropomorphic feeling which adds to the already present sensual references in her works.

Born in Saint-Mandé in 1987. She graduated with honors from the École supérieure des beaux-arts de Paris in 2011.

Anne-Charlotte Yver, Exsangue - Acte II, 2015. Steel, concrete, fluorescent tubes, latex, ghost screen printing on latex, variable dimensions © Anne-Charlotte Yver and Galerie Marine Veilleux
Anne-Charlotte Yver, Exsangue – Acte II, 2015. Steel, concrete, fluorescent tubes, latex, ghost screen printing on latex, variable dimensions © Anne-Charlotte Yver and Galerie Marine Veilleux
Anne-Charlotte Yver, Excavation, Juin 2011
Anne-Charlotte Yver, Excavation, 2011
Living Dead Factory, 2013
Anne-Charlotte Yver, Living Dead Factory, 2013

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Anne-Charlotte Yver, Exsangue - Acte II, 2015
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Zone fantasmatique, détail, 2014
Anne-Charlotte Yver, Zone fantasmatique, 2014