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Lulù Nuti

Untitled (Cubo), 2017

concrete and pigments
34 x 34 x 16cm
About Lulù Nuti
Born in 1988 in Levallois-Perret and a graduate of the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris (2012), Lulù Nuti lives and works in Rome. Lulù Nuti's multi-disciplinary approach is based on the use of materials as vectors of a different sensibility and language. Questioning our relationship with space, nature and the environment, her works reflect the feelings of powerlessness and responsibility of our time. In her quest for hybridity and contrasts, the artist combines plaster, concrete and metal with natural elements, forcing materials to coexist in an organic whole. In this way, her works contain multiple and contradictory interactions, between fragility and resistance, rupture and solidity, presence and effacement. In addition to her solo exhibitions at the Tokonoma gallery, Paris in 2014, the Mansart gallery, Paris in 2018, and the GALERIE CHLOE SALGADO, Paris in 2018 and 2021, she has taken part in numerous group shows, notably at the CAMUSAC museum of contemporary art, Cassino in 2020, the Villa Medici, Rome in 2021, the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rome in 2022, and the Musée des Beaux-Arts, Angers in 2023. Her work is present in the La Gaia collections in Italy.