We met with Isabelle Cornaro at her studio in Paris to talk about her work and current projects, the importance of narrative, fascination with objects and various medium the artist works with. Isabelle Cornaro is represented by the galleries Balice Hertling in Paris, Francesca Pia in Zürich, Hannah Hoffmann in Los Angeles and Foksal Gallery Foundation in Warsaw.
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Isabelle Cornaro lives and works in Paris and Geneva. In 2021,  her work will be the subject of solo exhibitions at the Musée de l’Orangerie (Paris), Fondation d’Entreprise Ricard (Paris) and Ludwig Museum (Koblenz) ; she will also exhibit at the National Museum of Modern Art – Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris) as part of the Marcel Duchamp Prize 2021, for which she was recently nominated. Previous solo exhibitions of her work were realized in international private and public institutions such as Fondation Hermès (Brussels, 2016), South London Gallery (London, 2015), M-Museum (Leuven, 2014), La><art (Los Angeles, 2014), Kunsthalle Bern (2013), CNAC-Le Magasin (Grenoble, 2012), Kunstverein Düsseldorf (2009). She also participated in numerous group shows, including Stories of Almost Everyone (Hammer Museum, Los Angeles), Une brève histoire du futur (Musée du Louvre, Paris, 2015), Archeo (Highline, NYC, 2014), Beware Wet Paint (ICA, Londres, 2014), One Torino (Palazzo Cavour, Turin, 2013), Decorum (MAMVP, Paris, 2013), Triennale de Paris (Palais de Tokyo, Paris, 2012), Vide-poche (Sculpture Center, NYC, 2011). Do not miss the exhibitions of Isabelle Cornaro currently open at The Fondation d’Entreprise Pernod Ricard and the Musée de l’Orangerie.

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