Agnès Varda & Valentine Schlegel - La Maison de Rosalie

Agnès Varda & Valentine Schlegel - La Maison de Rosalie

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La Maison de Rosalie est un livre regroupant une sélection de photographies d’Agnès Varda, d’œuvres et de portraits de la sculptrice Valentine Schlegel.

Rosalie Varda, ou Rosalie Varda-Demy, est une créatrice de costumes et directrice artistique française, née le 28 mai 1958 à Paris. Costumière pour le cinéma, le théâtre et l'opéra, elle est directrice artistique notamment pour la société Ciné-Tamaris. .

Née à Sète en 1925, Valentine Schlegel vit à Paris. Valentine Schlegel se forme à l’Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Montpellier avant de s’installer à Paris pour se consacrer à la céramique. L’artiste conçoit ses œuvres comme des sculptures à part entière directement inspirées par la nature. Ses céramiques aux formes à la fois primitives et sophistiquées font de Valentine Schlegel l’une des céramistes les plus importantes des années 50. .

Née en Belgique en 1928, Agnès Varda est décédée en 2019 à Paris. Ayant débuté dans les années 1950 comme photographe pour le Festival d’Avignon et le Théâtre National Populaire, Agnès Varda devient après son premier film La Pointe Courte, en 1954, une des réalisatrices françaises les plus reconnues internationalement, pionnière de la Nouvelle Vague. En 2003 à la Biennale de Venise commence sa vie d’artiste plasticienne. Son travail combine, alterne et met en abîme sa vision et sa pratique de la photographie, du cinéma, de la vidéo et de l’espace.

Concept : Rosalie Varda
Textes : Rosalie Varda, Héléne Bertin
148 x 210 mm – 48 pages
ISBN : 978-2-9567147-4-3
Parution le 5 novembre 2020

© Éditions Sébastien Moreu

Art •  Cinema •  Photography •  Sculpture

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