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Elisabeth Lecourt

Instructions On How To Cry, 2003, © Elisabeth Lecourt 2003
30 x 42 cm, paper, pencil, crepe paper; in edition of 3
[image from Elisabeth Lecourt; photo © onepom/London 2003.]

I love this Crying Dress found in an instruction box by Elisabeth Lecourt. Since graduating from the Royal College of Art ( MA RCA, London) in 2001, Elisabeth Lecourt (French, born 1972, Oloron Saint Marie, France) is becoming a recognised contemporary artist. In 2004 she won the BIDA newcomer of the year.

Fantaisie, 2007,
© Elisabeth Lecourt 2003
3m, muslin, paper, wool, balloon and bones

This beautiful piece is Elisabeth's latest work, currently on show until 6 January 2008, at the Berendsen Gallery in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

[Thank you Elisabeth for sharing this!]

[images and text provided by Elisabeth Lecourt.]

For more information, visit Elisabeth Lecourt.

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