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Cécile Coiffard
Geboren 1963 in Paris, Frankreich
Kunstschule: Ecole de l'Image d'Epinal (F) und
Ecole Nationale des Beaux-Arts de Nancy.
1975-90: Jugend und Studium in Nancy, Frankreich.
1965-75: Aufgewachsen in Brüssel, Belgien.
Seit 1990 wohnhaft in Berlin, Deutschland.
“Among all the different mediums I have ever experimented with, sand is one of the most versatile. It has been
inspirational and has exceeded all my expectations through its playful texture, grain, volume and colour. I prefer
to use the sand pure to respect its specific qualities but I also love to tame it into geometrical tensions.
Sand is disarming by its simplicity and its roughness but also by the poetry and the symbols it contains. All the
sand I use for my work has been collected during my different trips around the world or by enthusiastic
Cécile Coiffard
2014 : Installation “The second Boy's Room” at Architecte Patrick Mayot, May, Brussels, (B).
2013 : Installation “Girl's Room” at Architecte Patrick Mayot, May, Brussels, (B).
Ausstellung "SMärz", Berlin, märz.
2012 : Installation “Boy's Room” at Architecte Patrick Mayot, April, Brussels.
Gruppenausstellung Reinickendorf Rathaus Sept., Renaissance der Gesicht, Berlin, Okt
Gruppenausstellung “Brotkatzen” , Galerie Fzkke, Sept., Euskirchen.
2011 : Installation “AORTA” Juni, Brüssel.
Gruppenausstellung “Lange Nacht Der Ateliers”, Kunstzentrum Tegel-Süd, Nov., Berlin.
2010 : Einzelausstellung “Vertikaler Strand”, Galerie HO, Juni-Juli, Magdeburg.
Bühnenbild Entwicklung und Gestaltung eines “lebendigen” Performance-Bühnenbilds für das Stück
"Ivi sa vie" der Theatergesellschaft “Compagnie Mediane de Strasbourg” (F) und Tournee
Hong Kong (PRC), Singapore (SGP), Jerusalem (IL), Helsinki (FIN), Mantua (I), Hamburg (D),
München, Stuttgart, Ludwigshaffen, Hamm, Erlangen, Schwäbisch Gmund. Luxemburg (L), La Chaux-
de-Fonds (CH), Meppel (NL), Dordrecht (NL), Hasselt (B), Bielsko-Biała (PL), Bratislava (SL), Paris und
Ile de France, Champagne, Ardennes, Lothringen, Vosgesien, Strasburg und das Elsass, Jura,
Normandie, Marseille und Provence, Pyreneen, Landes, Massif Central, Lyon und Region, Corsica,
Languedoc und Roussillon.
Ausstellungen (Auswahl):
“Berlin Plage”, Showroom Frank Beigelman, Juni 2007, Paris (F).
“Plages Verticales”, SNVB-CIC, Sept./Okt. 2005, Nancy (F).
“Du Sable Plein Les Yeux”, Sept. 2005, Strasbourg (F).
“Kunstköln” repräsentiert durch Galerie Artbox, Feb. 2005, Köln.
“Art Cologne” repräsentiert durch Galerie Artbox, Okt. 2005, Köln.
“2 idees 3 couleurs” - mit Thierry Noir, Galerie Noir, Sept. 2004, Berlin.
“Art Frankfurt” repräsentiert durch Galerie Artbox, April 2003, Frankfurt/Main.
„Flatfile Contemporary“, Mai/Juni 2003, Chicago, (USA).
“John Straub's Private Collection”, Aug 2001, Madison (USA).
Europäisches Patentamt, Mai 2000, Berlin.
Französischen Botschaft, Juni1998, Berlin.
“Papierhaus” während des “Festival of Experimental Music”, Mai 1993, London (GB).
“Papierhaus” Kunsthaus “Örlikon”, Juli 1993 , Zürich (CH).


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