Wikipedia entry
Introduction
Sylvie Fleury (born 1961) is a Swiss contemporary pop artist known for her installations, sculpture, and mixed media. Her work generally depicts objects with sentimental and aesthetic attachments in consumer culture, as well as the paradigm of the new age, with much of her work specifically addressing issues of gendered consumption and the fetishistic relationships to consumer objects and art history.She is represented by the Swiss gallery Karma International in Zürich and Los Angeles; the German gallery Sprüth Magers in Berlin, London, and Los Angeles; and the French gallery Galerie Thaddeaus Ropac in Paris, London, and Salzburg. Fleury lives and works in Geneva.
Wikidata
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Nationality
Swiss
Gender
Female
Roles
Artist, Installation Artist, Sculptor, Video Artist
Names
Sylvie Fleury, Silvie Fleury
Ulan
500116132
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