Nathalie Du Pasquier broke into the mainstream in the early 1980s as a founding member of the Italian design collective Memphis alongside Ettore Sottsass. Since 1987 she has focused on painting, creating bold, abstract and still life compositions which play with architectural planes and perspective, and the interplay between 2D and 3D spaces. As part of this exploration, the Camden Arts Centre has been transformed into a three-dimensional immersive installation, with Nathalie’s signature geometric paintings lining the walls, alongside daily artworks she has created over the past few months.
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