I consider that my art is not intended only for people who like me have had the chance to grow up in the middle of museums and who had the opportunity to travel a lot, I want everyone to be able to enjoy my work without explanation. I ask my friends to help me write about my work because I don't know how to do it. I prefer to let people imagine what they want with my shapes and my colors. My collaborations allow me to have a visibility with an audience that does not necessarily go to museums and they love art! Besides, it's often with them that I have the funniest interpretations and they calm me down on all the fights I lead as an artist. They always see wonderful things and elements of nature, animals. It's calming. Scholars are great but often they recite hundreds of references to me and give me the impression that my passion should be buried in the Looser cemetery " ____________________________________________________________________________ Tiffany Bouelle also called Mowgli by her family spends her days alone naked in her apartment, thinking of a different life or she would have been a Japanese vase or a mosquito. She frequently receives buyers and artist friends to talk about a better future. Sometimes she thinks about her travels, her childhood and the incredible people she met and who inspires her daily in her work. After years of conversations on women's rights with her feminist friends Tiffany left for India in May 2019 to meet women from around the world and get out of her Parisian circle, she continued her project in Japan for a summer and finally returned to Paris with new shapes and colors. Sometimes she bangs her head against columns in Rome when she looks too long at the top of buildings, she loses her keys in the streets of Taipei and almost drowned in Tahiti while trying to catch a pebble in the bottom of the ocean. In short Tiffany has always been punished at school for her lack of concentration and her confused thoughts but when she paints everything suddenly becomes very clear. Passionate about architecture and design, Tiffany has always imagined her drawings coming out of the canvas and landing on different supports. In 2018 Tiffany asked an artisan upholsterer to work for her to transform her paintings into carpets, her passion for crafts grew and this is how in 2020 she began collaborations with artists (architects, artistic directors, sculptors, photographer, director) but also collaborations for clothes and different brands. Tiffany often talks about the impact of social networks on our society and on our relationship with ourselves, but also climate issues for several months.
She currently works with an Italian curator (Anna Dona), the architectural firm "Festen", the artistic director of "Etablissements Studio" and creates patterns for the brand APNÉE, she will also create a limited edition piece of jewelry as a designer for the brand OKAN STUDIO and a series of sculpture with the artist Marina Mankarios. You can also find out more about Tiffany's projects in Grazia France (February 2020) and Madame Figaro Japon (April 2020)
Tiffany presented her first drawings in 2018 in the Marais in a tiny place called TOKONOMA Gallery and signed directly after a contract of collaboration of one year with LVMH the same year. 2019 SOLO SHOW -"HAJIMARI" (THE BEGINNING) in the Marais represented at the Tokyoïte gallery at the Space DD - in Tokyo at the JIB Gallery - 3 pop shows in Yanagawa (Fukuoka Japan) GROUP SHOW notably next to Place Vendôme at - ICONOCLASTES gallery - in Hong Kong at the Parallele Space. She was selected to participate in Paris at the Asia Now contemporary art fair in 2019 and will be present again in October 2020 in Japan.