Amandine Urruty









Interview with AMANDINE URRUTY:

Your childhood ambition:

I always wanted to be a drawer! But curiously I thought I would be a cartoonist.

Something you treasure:

My memories of my father, my first and biggest support.

Your worst habit:

I always work in my bed, even for big drawings. Dirty habit.

The aspect of your work that’s most important to you:

I guess it would be its ambivalence. That’s what I love most in art, in general.

Your first job:

I used to paint horrible pigs on stores’ windows at the age of 14.

Someone whose work you highly recommend:

My last artistic crush is Christian Rex Van Minnen. Magnificent.


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