1. Michaële-Andréa Schatt
    Parade (Fillette), 2001
    Technique mixte sur toile
    130 x 97 cm
  2. Michaële-Andréa Schatt
    Parade (Le chien rouge), 2001
    Technique mixte sur toile
    130 x 97 cm
  3. Michaële-Andréa Schatt
    Paysage en ose 1, 2008
    mixed media on canvas
    185 x 240 cm
  4. Michaële-Andréa Schatt
    Jardin de traverse, 2013-2014
    Technique mixte sur toile
    185 x 240 cm
  5. Michaële-Andréa Schatt
    Nocturne, 2014
    Technique mixte sur toile
    185 x 240 cm
  6. Michaële-Andréa Schatt
    Claire-voie, 2014
    Technique mixte sur toile
    180 x 150 cm
  7. Michaële-Andréa Schatt
    Blue velvet, 2014
    Technique mixte sur toile
    185 x 240 cm
  8. Michaële-Andréa Schatt
    Joan's garden, 2014
    Technique mixte sur toile
    180 x 150 cm
  9. Michaële-Andréa Schatt
    Blow-up 1, 2014
    Blow-up
    Résine sur calque polyester
    158 x 110 cm
  10. Michaële-Andréa Schatt
    Blow-up 2, 2014
    Blow-up
    Résine sur calque polyester
    158 x 110 cm
  11. Michaële-Andréa Schatt
    Blow-up 3, 2014
    Blow-up
    Résine sur calque polyester
    158 x 110 cm
  12. Michaële-Andréa Schatt
    Les pieds dans le plat, 2010
    steel gray enamelled ceramic
    (Ø)39 x (h)8 cm (dish) 11,5 x 7,5 x 22,5 (shoe 1) 13 x 8 x 23
    Edition of 9 ex + 1 AP
  13. Michaële-Andréa Schatt
    Casque et gants de moto (gris), 2010
    steel gray enamelled ceramic
    Variable dimensions
    Edition of 6 ex + 1 AP
  14. Michaële-Andréa Schatt
    Le temps des c(e)rises, 2016
    Le temps des c(e)rises
    Ceramic


Introduction

Michaële-Andréa Schatt’s practice of painting is a simple, direct and revealing tool. It is also a kind of cavity, of silence and darkness, a space where it is possible to take an inspiration, to breathe.

Her painting is both an outcrop to the surface and a frame-within-the-frame, where the obscurity and shadow twine and cross the representation. Michaële-Andréa Schatt paints the memory of landscapes in free-association, where the subject does not appear as a measure of image and location, but as a combination, an invention of disparate elements. She proceeds with successive recoveries, stacking memory fragments.

Michaële-Andréa Schatt develops a painting work where technical procedures induce turnarounds, inversions, gaps and fragmentations of images. This work as a whole, added to her work on ceramics, intertwines the three concepts of landscape, body and textile.

 

She was born in 1958.
She works and lives in Montreuil, France and teaches at University Paris VIII.