Communications divines

"Although Hanieh Delecroix no longer works as a psychologist, she still is one. Henceforth her practice takes shapes which can be interpreted in the most different ways, both literally and figuratively, with an obvious or hidden meaning. From this Monday onwards, the artist with Iranian roots will settle down at Belle Hortense’s. During the private view, which begins at 7pm, she’ll also sign her book “Mon petit papa fait des cauchemars” [“My daddy has nightmares”], published by Actes Sud, a book for children that also gives parents food for thought..."

Daniel Bernard

Disobedient

“ Artistic writing is also essential in Hanieh Delecroix’s works where she unites psychoanalysis, script, and painting in a symbiotic relation.”

Haleh gallery ile.

Ovni

“In november ovni gathered artists and proposed to discover videoart works. A unique movement in hotel rooms and different places in the city. This contemporary art video show in those unusual spaces showed « panser joyce a mi-maux » by hanieh delecroix and sylvia santana. Those 6 videos aim are to heal the poet joyce mansour with mental images, dreams and hallucinations. A very surrealistic response”. Haily Grenet 

A Trouville, les artistes jouent avec la marée

Saturday, September 8, 2018 the city of Trouville hosts the first edition of the Festival “Marée Basse” (Low Tide).

 

Carried by the group of the same name, which brings together artists and various people from the art world, the event offers to discover the ephemeral and multidisciplinary works - sculpture, drawing, painting, installation, dance... - Twenty artists are invited to intervene in the wet sand during the retreat of the sea.

 

With Alexandre Bavard, Thomas Barbey, Michael Camellini, Emma Daumas, Hanieh Delecroix, Laurent Derobert, Frédéric Dialynas Sanchez, Pierre Gaignard, Institut d’esthétique, Ronan Le Creurer, Elsa Lefebvre, Marie-Luce Nadal, Benjamin Navet, Antoine Nessi, Fleur Offwood, Denis Savoie, Peter Stevens et Kirill Ukolov.

Text: @LaRédactionFestival

A Trouville, les artistes jouent avec la marée

Saturday, September 8, 2018 the city of Trouville hosts the first edition of the Festival “Marée Basse” (Low Tide).

 

Carried by the group of the same name, which brings together artists and various people from the art world, the event offers to discover the ephemeral and multidisciplinary works - sculpture, drawing, painting, installation, dance... - Twenty artists are invited to intervene in the wet sand during the retreat of the sea.

 

With Alexandre Bavard, Thomas Barbey, Michael Camellini, Emma Daumas, Hanieh Delecroix, Laurent Derobert, Frédéric Dialynas Sanchez, Pierre Gaignard, Institut d’esthétique, Ronan Le Creurer, Elsa Lefebvre, Marie-Luce Nadal, Benjamin Navet, Antoine Nessi, Fleur Offwood, Denis Savoie, Peter Stevens et Kirill Ukolov.

Text: @LaRédactionFestival

Pulse - 2018

Hanieh Delecroix’s artistic practice is strongly shaped by her professional experience as psychologist and psychoanalyst.

In her artistic works psychoanalysis, writing and painting coalesce

in a fascinating way. It is specifically this symbiosis that creates mesmerizing images, which the artist produces in different media, such as drawing, text, photography, installation, and video.

 

Hanieh Delecroix often chooses the fragile material of paper for her works. The specific materiality of paper emerges in its own characteristics —now and then crumpled, torn, transparent, or translucent. Paper is fragile, but can also be a dense

and tough material.

 

Through these characteristics the paper eventually adopts the function of human skin. Our skin reflects the soul and tells of the wrinkles, injuries, scars, and traces, which life and experiences have left on our bodies.

 

http://www.haleh-gallery.com/artists/hanieh-delecroix/

Le principe de plaisir - 2018

What is the pleasure principle?

To regulate the quantity of excitations this is what Freud calls the pleasure principle.

Freud's discovers that the psychic may be unable

to regulate excitations and observed  that some symptoms are repeated. To repeat the same colors, to repeat a gesture, to repeat words on same but on different papers this is the signature

of Hanieh Delecroix, a psychologist and

an contemporary artist.

 

Her work symbolizes several psychoanalysis theories and we are thrilled to show her work

at Nanterre University. 

 

Text: @ Dominique Cupa 

Mairie de Paris (Paris City Hall) - 2017

With the collective "On Est Ensemble"

 

Artists from different cultures take turns

through short pieces, solo show then all together.

 

They propose a collective vigil with tales, music, dance,

juggling and poetic installation of the artist Hanieh Delecroix

transforming this night into a wonderful journey through the cultures of the world gathered in Paris.

Text: @Mairie du 18ème

Maison de Balzac - 2017

At Balzac Museum, the Night of Museums 2017 will be full of surprises!

 

The artist Hanieh Delecroix is a neighbor of the museum.

She loves Balzac's house and proposes an ephemeral installation, "La nuit avec délices, la coquette tressaillit", inspired by the novel of Balzac"Une passion dans le désert".

 

You will be amazed by her work. Come to discover Hanieh Delecroix's work, she is a passionated artist who combines gesture, writing and poetry...

Freud Museum - 2017

"The clinical psychologist Hanieh Delecroix; a specialist in mother-child attachment, symbolises tenderness through this blue bath and its therapeutic function."

 

February 2017, London, UK

 

Asia House - 2017

"If you enter Asia House Reception this month and next, you will be struck by some beautiful blue, black and white pieces of art that represent the human psyche and are likely to evoke a powerful emotional response."

 

From January 17 till February 23, London, UK

The writing of art - 2016

"These works create a moving poetic dialogue that implicitly weaves culture and history with the ineffable and the sublime."

 

With Rose Issa Projects at The Ismaili Center for Nour festival, London, UK

Tenderness - 2016

"Far from the trends of the moment, Hanieh Delecroix has never stoped to create and give a shape to joy and tenderness.

She creates series of painting with an incredible magnetism.

 

Her work is delicate, based on paper with acrylic. The words and writing are omnipresent, in two languages: French and Persian"

 

Text: @Mamia Brétéshé

Femmes Fondatrices

Invited by Institut du Monde Arabe for a talk about "Femmes fondatrices" - "Founding Women"

A panel of discution about Women between motherhood, children and profession.

The mastery of life, freedom and the family: in search of a balance.

 

Du point à la ligne - 2016

In this process of creation, artists trace the path of a new vision.

 

This is a sign of a break or a renewal. This is not just an excecution, but traces of memories resulting from the passion,

the emotion experienced at each stage of the creative process.

 

text: @Mamia Brétésché

Blue Gold - 2016

"Blue Gold" an exhibition with several artists curated by Leila Varasteh and Vida Zaim

 

Etemad Gallery, Tehran, Iran from April 22 till May 10, 2016

 

 

Joyce Mansour et autour - 2015

An exhibition with several artists:

 

Pierre Alechinsky, Jean Arp, Enrico Baj, Balthus, Hans Bellmer, Jean Benoît, Victor Brauner, Jorge Camacho, Hanieh Delecroix, Sam Durant, Max Ernst, Leonor Fini, Diego Giacometti, Pierre Klossowski, Wifredo Lam, Jean-Jacques Lebel, René Magritte, Joyce Mansour, Matta, Henri Michaux, Pierre Molinier, Mimi Parent, Man Ray, Sylvia Santana, Toyen.

 

Curated by Marie-Francine Mansour and Sophie Scheidecker.

 

At Sophie Scheidecker gallery, Paris.

From October 15 to January 15, 2015.

 

Panser Joyce à mi-maux - 2015

Throught Joyce Mansour's poems the matter of creativity was ridden in a psychoanalysis way. But behind the words of the poet, Hanieh Delecroix became interested in the matter of loss. The loss of the homeland that you can surreptitiously feel through the writings of Joyce. Mourning for a country, writing to survive refers the artist to the story of her father. A father who had to leave his country and lost his homeland. Then writing became necessary to survive. 

 

At Beirut Art Fair,  Golestan gallery, Iran, Teheran

From September 17 till September 20, Beirut, Lebanon, 2015. 

 

Syntone - 2015

Hanieh Delecroix took an interest in Joyce Mansour's poems because the matter of creation and destruction is central in her work. This led her to ask herself about the notion of image of the body limits and to elaborate around the Covering (the skin)

and Penetration (fragility of the attacked skin)

 

Solo show at Regard Sud gallery, Lyon 

From january 8 till April 30, 2015. 

 

Joyce Mansour - 2014

Part of the exhibition "Joyce Mansour, poétesse et collectionneuse" in museum of Quai Branly, Paris, curated by Philippe Dagen. My surrealistic video realised with Sylvia Santana is shown :

 

"Jules César" part of my work

"Panser Joyce à mi-maux"

 

Musée du quai Branly, Paris

From November 17 till january 1, 2015

Rencontre - 2014

"In the exhibition 'Rencontre' the artist presents a body of work she created with four artists she collaborated with during the past two years. Through these various artists, and various media, such as painting, video and installations, Hanieh Delecroix emphasizes the richness of possibilities when two people work together in harmony."

 

With Laurent Derobert, Sylvia Santana, Ardavan Tabatabai and Tara Vergnet.

 

Texte Islamic Art Magazine.

Into the blue - 2014

Hanieh Delecroix favours translucent paper, chosen for its fragility and its symbolic, skin-like quality.

“A crack in the paint or a tear in the paper

become like a scar.” 

"The recent works of the artist take a different dimension. The paper as a medium gains in strength. Crumpled, folded, sewn, opaque or translucent, the paper becomes skin. Fragile, light, delicate and torn to pieces, the artistique expression is generous and feminine. Beyond its simple appearance of holder, paper became matter, scars, tears and wrinkles."

Corse-matin newspaper, August 2014.

 

Solo show at Galerie Marie Ricco,

 Aout-Septembre 2014, Calvi, Corse, France

Lifeline - 2013-2014

"White waves of words that render light and texture to the harmonious shades of blue, perfectly complementing the composition. The result is "Lifeline" a collection of paintings that represent the human psyche and the body's silhouette, and evoke a powerful emotio,al response".

Text : Rose Issa

 

Rose Issa Projects, November-January 2013/2014, London.

Rose Issa Projects, March 2014, Dubaï 

Toi-Peau - 2012

"Toi-Peau" ("You-Skin") is a title freely inspired by the psychoanalytic theory of "Moi-Peau" ("Me-Skin") by Didier Anzieu who awards major importance to the skin as the envelope of the body.

The continuity is linked in writings or prints on paper, fragile support, marked by a graphic gesture, like scars on an injured body.

 

This work is the result of the development between these two worlds in resonance:

the psyche, its bodily line and artistic writing.

 

Solo show Galerie Afaprod, Paris. June 2012. 

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