A young talent discovered by the 2015 HSBC Award, Maia Flore invents personal narratives, which she stages in oneiric landscapes and settings marked by the patina of time. In her compositions pale figures and refined silhouettes, carried by surreal weightlessness, appear to bridge interior worlds and exterior landscapes.
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