Amelie Chabannes

Amelie Chabannes is an artist who works primarily in sculpture, installation, drawing and animation. She studied Architecture and Fine Arts in a leading French Art School, ENSAD, and worked for many years with architects and designers on major projects, such as the Cultural Center in Riga, Latvia. Her work has been exhibited in international venues including: The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art (Ridgefield, CT), The Gasthuismuseum (Geel, Belgium), the critically acclaimed art festival Crossing the Line in 2009 and 2011 (New York, NY), Kunsthalle am Hamburger Plaz (Berlin, Germany), Galerie Hussenot (Paris, France), Stephan Stoyanov Gallery (New York, NY), NADA Sculpture exhibition (Miami, Florida), Syracuse University Art Center/The Red House (Syracuse, New York), Galeria Fernando Zubillaga (Caracas, Venezuela) S.E gallery (Bergen, Norway), White Box (New York, NY), Galerie of Marseille (Marseille, France), Museo Frantz Mayer (Mexico City, Mexico) and Drawing Now 2012 (Louvre, Paris). Chabannes has been awarded the International Center Award of Excellence for Fine Arts (New York, NY), and is a grantee of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, and the NYFA Foundation.

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