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Fan Mail: Fanny Allié

Fanny Allié. Horses, 2015; collages and mixed-media on cardboard; 31.5 x 33 in. Courtesy of the Artist.

For Brooklyn-based artist Fanny Allié, the human figure is a source of intrigue. In thinking about the body and how it moves through and inhabits space, the artist explores what she describes as the “ephemeral existence” of the human experience. Whether migrants fleeing trauma or the homeless seeking shelter, the notion of bodies in flux forms the crux of Allié’s practice. Initially trained in photography[…..]