“In Alice Baillaud’s universe – the drawings, the objects or the charming stagings on miniature stages – there is a sensual esprit at work that playfully intertwines art and nature, as was customary in the days of the baroque chambers of art and curiosities.
Things correspond with relish and an echo of one resounds in the form of the other. A dried fruit casts dramatic shadows, a wispy cloud billows from a sugar bowl and in the exceedingly delicate graphite drawings one gazes at objects that it seems impossible not to want to touch.”
Extract from Alice Baillaud autobiography. Read More