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01 Mar 2011

heartgalerie presents Ultra Violet

Stepping out with Andy,1997(Nancy Moran)

Let there be light


March 5 – April 8, 2011 solo show Gallery hours : tuesday to saturday 14:30 am to 19:30pm and by appointment

Jean Philippe Aka
+33 698025383

30 rue de Charonne
75011 Paris

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Heartgalerie invites you for the launch of the luxury box "Let there be light" in 30 copies

March 5 – April 8, 2011, solo show

Opening Saturday March 5th  from 11:00 to 22pm in the presence of the artist

Thursday March 3, conference @ New York University in Paris

19:00 pm

Friday March 4, book signing @ Librairie Artcurial

19:00 pm

The edition contains :

Texts by Thomas Messer (Director Emeritus, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, Thomas Messer was the director of The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation and Museum. In his capacity as author and historian, he published books on Edward Munch and Vassily Kandinsky.)

And  Isabelle de Maison Rouge (art critic, journalist, art historian, and professor at New York University in Paris)

Film interview (DVD) by Frederic Mitterrand (French Minister of Culture)

7 portraits with/by  Helmut Newton, Marcel Duchamp, Savador Dali, Andy Warhol, Philip Halsmann, Damien Hirst

5 prints from the Pistol Phallus series

4 prints from Michelangelo series

Pupil, studio assistant, and muse of Salvador Dali in the fifties, central member of Andy Warhol's Factory in the sixties, Ultra Violet has emerged today as a prominent and established avant garde artist who has exhibited throughout the world. Playfully and intuitively, she uses time and talent to create works that are infused with energy, light, spirituality, symbolism, profundity, global meaning, and humor.

Ultra Violet's paintings, 3-D constructions, mixed-media installations, and drawings reveal a visual universe filled with rainbows, angel, blue skies and white clouds, but they also contain material related to the chaos and destruction that challenges our 21st century world. Above all, this artist seeks to fill the viewer's eye and mind with light.

Ultra Violet’s work is in the collections of the Museum Pompidou in Paris, the Knokke Museum in Belgium and in the collection of Beth de Woody, trustee of the Whitney Museum in New York.

Ultra Violet is the author of the book Famous for Fifteen Minutes: My years with Andy Warhol, published in 17 languages.