Published by Kerber. Edited with text by Annette Tietz. Text by Valérie Favre, Angela Lammert.
Berlin-based painter Valérie Favre (born 1959) focuses her attention on the phenomenon of exile with interventions and installations. This volume follows a participatory exhibition in which the artist invited artists, poets, philosophers and sociologists to reflect upon and discuss the topic.
Published by Kerber. Preface by Monika Machnicki. Text by Christian Malycha, Antje Dietze.
Valérie Favre began her artistic career in theatre and film, in Paris in the 1980s. The paintings gathered here assess her most recent explorations. Her canvases are heavily worked figurations, whose protagonists are rendered in murky, sketchy strokes that impart sensations of sensuality and wear simultaneously; other works are closer to abstraction, foggy with rose-like whirls of twisting paint.
Published by Verlag für moderne Kunst. Essays by Gregor Jansen and Carina Plath.
The fabulous creatures, forests and nightly cityscapes of Valérie Favre's canvases open our eyes to fantastic worlds and fairytale scenarios. Favre has worked as a stage designer, theater and cinema actress, and painter, and juggles between the genres of drama, video, sketch, animation and painting. In addition to essays that explicate her multimedia productivity, the book contains an autobiographically-colored text by the artist herself that allows a look into her stream of consciousness.