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20110802000442-ronde2
icone, 2006 Oil on Canvas 73 X 92 Cm © frederiqueK
Autoportrait
autoportrait, 2005 Oil on Canvas 65 X 92 Cm © frederiqueK
20111015015042-sabled
sable, 2005 Oil on Canvas 100 X 73 Centimeters © frederiqueK
Alcove
alcove, 2010 Oil on Canvas 80 X 80 Centimeters © frederiqueK
La-vierge-et-enfant
vierge à l'enfant, 2010 Oil on Canvas 80 X 80 Cm © frederiqueK
Aeroplane
aeroplane, 2010 Oil on Canvas 195 X 130 Cm © frederiqueK
Etude
etude, 2007 Oil on Canvas 50 X 50 X 5 Centimeters © frederiqueK
068_l_annonciation
l'annonciation, 2006 Oil on Canvas 80 X 80 Cm © frederiqueK
Eclaboussures
eclaboussure, 2005 Oil on Canvas 100 X 81 Centimeters © frederiqueK
Lignes
lignes, 2005 Oil on Canvas 73 X 100 Cm © frederiqueK
043_mariee
mariée, 2005 Oil on Canvas 60 X 81 Cm © frederiqueK
Confidentiel
confidentiel, 2006 Oil on Canvas 73 X 54 Cm © frederiqueK
073_parure
parure, 2006 Oil on Canvas 92 X 65 Centimeters © frederiqueK
Luzerne
luzerne, 2005 Oil on Canvas 65 X 81 Centimeters © frederiqueK
Laser
laser, 2005 Oil on Canvas 70 X 70 Cm © frederiqueK
Surface
surface, 2005 Oil on Canvas 80 X 40 Cm © frederiqueK
As_croppedleurre
leurre, 2005 Oil on Canvas 70 X 70 X 5 Centimeters © frederiqueK
Traces
traces, 2005 Oil on Canvas 73 X 92 Cm © frederiqueK
As_croppedextrait
extrait, 2005 Oil on Canvas 60 X 73 Cm © frederiqueK
As_croppedmariee
mariée, 2005 Oil on Canvas 60 X 81 Cm © frederiqueK
Lignes
lignes, 2005 Oil on Canvas 73 X 100 Cm © frederiqueK
M_ridienne_aux_tulipes_
meridienne aux tulipes, 2004 Oil on Canvas 80 X 80 Centimeters
Clair-obscur
clair obscur, 2006 Oil on Canvas 75x54 Cm © frederiqueK
As_croppedoeil-nu
oeil a nu, 2005 Oil on Canvas 73x60 Cm © frederiqueK
Transparence
transparence, 2006 Oil on Canvas © frederiqueK
Ophelie
ophelie, 2007 Oil on Canvas 119 X 81 Cm © frederiqueK
Jeune_fille_et_cigarette
jeune fille à la cigarette, 2006 Oil on Canvas 100 X 73 Centimeters © frederiqueK
Assomption
assomption, 2009 Oil on Canvas 130 X 195 X 5 Centimeters © frederiqueK
Venise
venise, 2009 Oil on Canvas 80 X 60 Centimeters © frederiqueK
Nimbes
nimbes, 2006 Oil on Canvas 100 X 81 Centimeters © frederiqueK
Sauge
sauge, 2006 Oil on Canvas 60 X 92 Cm © frederiqueK
20110322014857-femme_colibri
colibri, 2005 Oil on Canvas 80 X 80 Cm © frederiqueK
Envol
avant l'envol, 2005 Oil on Canvas 60 X 73 Cm © frederiqueK
Viennoiseries
viennoiseries, 2006 Oil on Canvas 115 X 90 X 5 Centimeters © frederiqueK
Plisse_blanc
plisse blanc, 2004 Oil on Canvas 54 X 81 Cm © frederiqueK
062_emergence
emergence, 2006 Oil on Canvas 65 X 81 Cm © frederiqueK
Deroute
deroute, 2006 Oil on Canvas 89 X 116 Centimeters © frederiqueK
As_croppederrances
errance, 2006 Oil on Canvas 100 X 81 Centimeters © frederiqueK
20111015022259-aeroplaned
aeroplane, 2010 Oil on Canvas 130 X 195 X 5 Centimeters © frederiqueK
As_croppedvoilee
voilee, 2005 Oil on Canvas 59 X 46 Centimeters © frederiqueK
Deroute
deroute, 2006 Oil on Canvas 116 X 89 Centimeters © frederiqueK
Desert
desert, 2010 Oil on Canvas 220 X 73 X 5 Centimeters © frederiqueK
Meandres
meandres, 2004 Oil on Canvas 80 X 80 Cm © frederiqueK
Traces
traces, 2005 Oil on Canvas © frederiquerK
Tourmente_orange
tourmente orange, 2004 Oil on Canvas 150 X 50 Centimeters © frederiqueK
Tourmente_jaune
tourmente jaune, 2004 Oil on Canvas 150 X 50 Centimeters © frederiqueK
Pont_neuf
pont neuf, 1993 Oil on Canvas © frederiqueK
20110322000049-miroir
miroir, januar 2011 Oil on Canvas 92 X 73 X 5 Centimeters © frederiqueK
Deroute
deroute, 2006 Oil on Canvas 116 X 178 Centimeters © frederiqueK
20110322143847-l_annonciation
20110323072048-emergence
emergence, 2006 Oil on Canvas 81 X 65 X 5 Centimeters © frederiqueK
20110324001011-attente
attente, 2010 Oil on Canvas 73 X 50 X 5 Centimeters © frederiqueK
20110803224803-survolartslant
survol, 2010 Oil on Canvas © frederiqueK
20110430021455-paysage1
paysages, 2011 Oil on Canvas © frederiqueK
20110430053949-danieldef1
Daniel, 2011 Oil on Canvas © frederiqueK
20110801230632-pneusbontoux2
20110801231023-pneus_artslant
20110801231152-pneus_artslant
20110801231225-pneus_artslant
20110801231428-pneus_artslant
pneumatiques en feu, june 2011 Oil on Canvas © frederiqueK
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Rouen
Birth year
1956
Lives in
France
Works in
Loos france
Tags
realism, modern, traditional, figurative
Statement

Encounter with frederiquek

Tristan Bacro

Standing there, in front of her paintings, people talk to me, people talk to be about them, and it’s immensely embarrassing.

They tell me she is alone and that she paints locked away in her music. They tell me that she has her reasons. Deep ones. Her story...It’s no surprise.

What she does is take you into her intimate war. She throws you straight into a cyclone, into the silence of its eye. A clinical eye. She throws a raw piece of the world in your face. Because you are a gentleman the resonance makes your clothes disintegrate. And in these conditions, caught between two glacis where you are her volatile lover, the animals around who still dare to speak to you – rubbing their word up against you – are wretched voyeurs.

They say she doesn’t take herself seriously. Apparently she has sometimes even forgotten or destroyed some paintings...This infuriates some people. A metal taste rises up, my teeth screech, I tremble with despairing anger. Why on earth shouldn’t she be able to! They’re not children, they’re paintings, moments, air breathed in, tainted, fleeting. You should be grateful just to catch a faint whiff of them.

All these paintings are frozen at the exact moment of their rupture. Where Picasso made it worse, she stops. It’s her essence of a muse, the sensual authority which blends into eroticism. Definitely no commissions. No series...maybe. But cycles and seasons. Bilal’s winter blue-grey; Giverny’s spring green; summer transparencies; feline fire of autumn and so forth according to the will of the tides.

It is the work of her companion to hold it back. He would like to leave people some openings, some opportunities. A ravishing homage while he navigates blindly. Because a slightly genuine artist has nothing to express: he creates a way of grasping on. He opens a window where the wall seemed impenetrable. An unprecedented framework.

Surveying these works, I was a few minutes from a mystery. Within reach of its substance. And if I’d stretched out my hand, it would have vanished. Something, of course, of woman, i.e. death and arrogance. That Deleuzian thought about complaint came to mind, of being confronted with something “too big for me”. The complaint purified, stimulated by the painting. And these over-sized haughty ladies, from the fashion world, from the frills of Lautrec to the disillusioned urchins of Calvin Klein, whose eyes of shards of glass assail you, deposit you there, disembowelled. These emerald to purple sprays and streaks which leave you disconcerted – don’t look any further – it is your blood on their skin. It leaves them neither hot not cold, they are already elsewhere. Their pop art star faces grabbed you; at the very same time their bodies vanished. What’s more they were never there, never given to you, or to anyone. What you have left is a draped shadow, a meander of a geisha, a pair of unbuttoned jeans. And also, this pastel, sensual ingénue who has already assuaged your heart. After this profusion, a stolen perfume, which I still carry with me like a layer of fleshy ochre.

I didn’t meet FrédériqueK…