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Pour toutes questions, ou collaborations n’hésitez pas à me contacter: dietrichseverine@gmail.com

EXHIBITIONS

→ Antigalerie (Paris 2019)
→ La Biche et le Renard Lille 2019)
→ Galerie B+ (Lyon 2018)
→ OV galerie (Lyon 2018)
→ Galerie Blitz (Lyon 2017)
→ Tasse Livre (Lyon 2017)

RETAIL SHOPS

→ Maison Tangible, Paris – FRANCE
→ Sergeant Paper, Paris – FRANCE
→ L’Illustre boutique, Paris – FRANCE
→ East end prints, London – UK
→ Unlimited, Brighton – UK
→ DE WERKWINKEL + Meer, Amsterdam – NETHERLANDS
→ Atelier Chalopin, Lyon – FRANCE

COLLABORATION

→ Label Chaussette
→ Snap
→ Festival Francofolies la Rochelle
→ Element Clothing Skateboards and Shoes
→ Habitat
→ Atelier Chalopin
→ Olow
→ PLI la revue N°2
→ Papier Magazine
→ Quintal Édition, exposition collective de risographies
→ Pop up market Lyon
→ East end prints / The London Illustration Fair

 


Fr
Diplômée de L'École des Beaux-Arts de Lyon, Séverine Dietrich vit et travaille à Lyon.

Son activité artistique se focalise sur la création de paysages graphiques qui peuvent prendre aussi bien la forme d'une montagne que représenter la plus abstraite des configurations.
Toiles ou sérigraphies, on retrouve sa palette de couleurs dans des paysages qui oscillent entre conception architecturale et vision d’un paysage en mutation.

Séverine travaille pour des clients de divers horizons comme le textile (Olow, Element), la communication (Francofolies, Pop up Market…), l’édition ( Habitat, PLI la revue n°2, Papier magazine…).

En
Graduated in Graphic Design from the École des Beaux-Arts de Lyon, Séverine Dietrich works at Palace Rouville,a collaborative workshop at the heart of Lyon’s artistic Pentes de la Croix-Rousse neighborhood.Since 2011, she works on communication and publishing projects and creates visual identities for the cultural, corporate and industrial sectors.In her work as independent designer and as teacher of graphic design courses, Séverine focuses on the experimental facets needed for graphic and artistic creation.Her current projects explore graphic landscapes that can take literal forms, like that of a mountain, or on the contrary, present abstract configurations.On canvas as well as on silkscreen prints, her color palette can be found in landscapes that oscillate between architectural concepts and visions of evolving scenery.