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(Born in 1988, Paris, France. Lives and works in London.)
Tiffanie Delune’s career as a visual artist was reset in 2018 when she embarked on a journey to explore and heal her painful family history through her painting practice. Her work combines a brilliant command of design and color with a fearless commitment to exploring her personal history and celebrating sexuality, monogamy, femininity, motherhood, rebirth, agency, and freedom.
She has exhibited in London, Paris, Lagos, has had a residency at 16/16 Lagos and been part of group shows such as 1-54 African Art Fair. Her work is also part of a collection in New York.
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