Juliette Mahieux-Bartoli's (b. 1989 lives and works in London) female figures run, float, and appear suspended mid-action amidst dramatic swathes of colour, their classical features and smooth marble-like skin draped in fold upon luscious fold of silken fabric. Mahieux-Bartoli's work addresses hybrid or amalgamated identity within the context of the 21st Century. Articulated through the fragmented image, the characters are unified in their multiple facets, a compound of awkwardly harmonious limbs and heads and gaps.
Recent solo exhibitions include 'Pax Romana', Kristin Hjellegierde Gallery, London (2016) and 'Mise en Abîme', Art Bermondsey, London (2014). The artist has also participated in numerous group exhibitions including 'NEW WORK PART III: SUBJECT', Cob Gallery, London (2018); 'Imago Mundi', Trieste, Salone degli Incanti, Italy (2018); 'Imago Mundi', Italy (2017); '5 year Anniversary exhibition', Kristin Hjellegierde Gallery, London (2017); 'VOLTA13', Basel, Switzerland (2017); 'Made', The Chance Gallery, London (2013); and 'Four Seasons', Kristin Hjellegierde Gallery, London (2013).