Eva Garcia - Fondation Fiminco

Eva Garcia

Eva Garcia, Levée, Gravure sur zinc - Pointe sèche, burin, chine collé, 3,5 x 58 cm, 2021.

About Eva Garcia

Eva Garcia was born in 1980 in the Dordogne, she lives and works in Paris. She joined Paris Ateliers in 2010, under the watchful eye of Mireille Baltar. Continuing her research, she joined the Bo Halbirk workshop in 2014. 2019 marks a turning point in her artistic career with her first solo show at the Schumm-Braustein gallery in Paris. In 2020, her work is rewarded by the Académie des Beaux-Arts which awards her the Frédéric and Jean de Vernon prize. She is represented in Brussels by the gallery Spazio Nobile with a solo exhibition in 2020 “Cette lumière peut-elle” (“Can this light”). Her work is present in the contemporary print collections of the Bibliothèque Nationale de France and the Académie des beaux-arts.
Eva Garcia’s practice is mainly centered on engraving, of which she uses all the techniques, as well as sugar, burin, point, cradle, privileging progressively the direct size. She offers us visions that are both ethereal and tangible, impressions with an experimental character, beyond the usual codes of the medium.

Eva Garcia, Embrasse, Gouache, chine collé, varnish, 107 x 73, 2021.

Eva Garcia, Horla, Gouaches on engraving state prints, 59 x 40,5 cm, 2021.

Eva Garcia, Quartz #1, Gouaches on engraving state prints, 74 x 59 cm, 2020.

Eva Garcia, Corps lourd #1, Zinc engraving. Drypoint, burin, chine collé, 62,5 x 49,5 cm, 2022.

Eva Garcia, Moissons #3, Copper engraving. Aquatint, drypoint, chine collé, 76,5 x 62,5 cm, 2022.

Eva Garcia, Présence #4, Engraving on zinc. Drypoint, gouache, 71 x 55 cm, 2021.

Eva Garcia, #7, Direct cutting on Paris limestone, H54xP20xL41 cm, 2019.

Eva Garcia, #10, Direct cutting on Dordogne limestone, H43xP24xL31 cm, 2020.

Eva Garcia, #13, Direct cutting on granite, H20xP34xL20 cm, 2020.

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