Karolina Krasouli (Greece/France) works with painting, photography and film. The images she produces lie in the intersection of abstraction and figuration and draws inspiration from literature and poetry. Through the process of reading and writing, she extracts a set of operations where she transcribes meanings and sensations without the support of language. 

During her residency at Delfina Foundation, Karolina will take the opportunity to consult and work with the National Art Library’s special collections on “The art and craft of the book”. She hopes the unique documents, photographs and archives will serves as an invaluable source of inspiration to extend her research in the production of new works.

Karolina has presented her work internationally including: Ateliers de Rennes, 5th edition, Incorporated! (2016); galerie Raymond Hains, Saint-Brieuc (2016); Eva Meyer, Paris (2017); Frac Bretagne, Rennes (2018); Daily Lazy, Athens (2018); Pauline Perplexe, Paris (2018); Kunstraum am Schauplatz, Vienna (2019); and La vitrine, Frac île-de-France Le Plateau, Paris (2020). She holds a BA in Clinical Psychology Bron II and an MFA in Fine Arts from the School of Fine Arts of Lyon.

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