1. Jacqueline DAURIAC
    Cercle jaune avec femme en rouge, 2018
    Lambda print mounted on Dibond
    150 x 100 cm
    Edition of 8 ex
  2. Jacqueline DAURIAC
    Ombres colorées à Tanger, 2015
    Tinted glass, steel, spotlight
    100 x 300 x 34 cm
  3. Jacqueline DAURIAC
    Sans titre, 2018
    Colored and painted glass, iron
    35,5 x 35,5 x 9 cm
  4. Jacqueline DAURIAC
    Ombres colorées à Tanger, 2015
    Tinted glass, steel, spotlight
    100 x 200 x 26 cm
  5. Jacqueline DAURIAC
    Sans titre, 2018
    Colored and painted glass, iron
    35,5 x 35,5 x 9 cm
  6. Jacqueline DAURIAC
    Le Baiser
    Engraved colored miror
    Diam. 100 cm.
  7. Jacqueline DAURIAC
    Sans titre, 2017
    Acrylique on tracing paper
    60 x 80 cm
  8. Jacqueline DAURIAC
    Sans titre, 2017
    Acrylique on tracing paper
    60 x 80 cm
  9. Jacqueline DAURIAC
    Sans titre, 2017
    Acrylique on tracing paper
    20 x 30 cm
  10. Jacqueline DAURIAC
    Sans titre, 2009
    Acrylic on tracing paper
    20 x 30 cm
  11. Jacqueline DAURIAC
    Sans titre, 2008
    Acrylic on tracing paper
    20 x 30 cm
  12. Jacqueline DAURIAC
    Sans titre, 2005
    Acrylic on tracing paper
    20 x 30 cm
  13. Jacqueline DAURIAC
    Sans titre, 2005
    Acrylic on tracing paper
    20 x 30 cm
  14. Jacqueline DAURIAC
    Sans titre, 2011
    Acrylic on tracing paper
    20 x 30 cm
  15. Jacqueline DAURIAC
    Suivez mon panache rose, 2012
    Installation lumineuse réalisée dans le cadre de La Nuit Blanche 2012 (Ivry-sur-Seine)
  16. Jacqueline DAURIAC
    Vertigo, 2007 / 2014
    Installation lumineuse
  17. Jacqueline DAURIAC
    Trapèze bleu avec femme en noir, 2016
    Caisson lumineux et figurante
  18. Jacqueline DAURIAC
    Des caissons lumineux pour gardiens de musée, 1989
    Installation lumineuse


Introduction

 

Jacqueline Dauriac's work has been apparent for several years without any formalism emerging. Her installations in situ and in senso pay particular attention to light (natural or coloured) and to the links that unite us to the space of its experience. In doing so, the artist allows a certain "geometry of sympathy", capable of mobilizing both the spectator's body and his sensitivity, to emerge as a sensitive line through his entire work.

Although most of his work remains close to conceptual art, it is nonetheless a question of painting, whether it is her first works of the 1970's or Suivez mon panache rose (Nuit Blanche, 2012, Ivry-sur-Seine, curator: Laurent Le Bon) which composes a tribute to Nicolas Poussin and his ideal landscapes.

Jacqueline Dauriac has also been developing a more confidential graphic practice since the 1980's, mixing pure colour solids, scraping and text : drawings on tracing paper, whose silky matte, translucent aspect and fragility remind her of the softness of the skin.

 


Born in Tarbes, Jacqueline Dauriac lives and works in Paris and Ivry-sur-Seine. Her works have been exhibited in Rotterdam (Musée Witte de With), Hamburg, Cologne and Stuttgart (Kunstverein), Brussels (Palais des Beaux-Arts), Stockholm (Moderna Museet) and Paris, where the MAMVP devoted two solo exhibitions to her (1975 and 1984). She has also participated in several editions of Nuit Blanche (Paris) and Expériences Pommery (Reims). An exhibition has been dedicated to him in 2018 at the Fernand Léger Gallery (Ivry-sur-Seine).