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May 20, 2015


Filed under: caroline wright — Tags: — jherzlinger @ 7:31 am

Following my post on NICOLE COHEN and my love of super talented young artists, I have recently been introduced to CAROLINE WRIGHT.  Her paintings are incredible and I wanted to share them with you today!

I hope you follow her as her talent is so good.




Wright graduated from Brown in 2004, with a double major in Visual Art and Art History. After college, she moved to Paris to pursue fashion design, and ended up living in an art collective in an abandoned state

building in Belleville with artists from all over the world.

With a crowbar, Wright renovated a studio out of several secretarial offices that had been locked since the 80s. Each weekend there was an interminable réunion on such issues as where the “seat of the administration” should be (the kitchen).

The inhabitants defended their

project on a regular basis to the mayor of Paris, and as the youngest in the group and the only American, Wright also defended herself while confronting many cultural differences. Living, working, and upholding her vision and that of the group

imprinted the possibility of a life supported by and for art-making.

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