(b. 1991, Paris, France)

 

Fattouche's research emerges from her attraction to structural mechanics: mental, bodily and environmental. Between repair and improvement, a minor dysfunction to breakdown, a precarious impulse to stability, the mechanics of movement implies a margin of uncertainty. Without fracture of the line, the leg or the thought, there can't be any pivoting possibilities. 

Her assemblages take inspiration from her Egyptian descent and her childhood in Paris. Her work actively questions themes such as femininity, visual narratives and beliefs systems.

After completing her MA in Fine Art in 2016 at Chelsea College of Arts London, Fattouche was granted the Mercers' Arts Award. In 2017, as one of the winning artists of the Red Mansion Art Prize, she was invited to spend one month's residency in Beijing. Her work was exhibited at the Hockney Gallery, Royal College of Arts London, in 2018. In 2019, she was honoured to be part of the artists' shortlist for the Mark Tanner Sculpture Award at Standpoint Gallery London. 

Fattouche lives and works in Paris. 

awards & residencies 

AIR COMPETITION 2020-2021. The Muse Gallery. Shortlisted.
London. UK. February 2021.

MARK TANNER SCULPTURE AWARD. Shortlisted.

London. UK. 2019.

RED GATE RESIDENCY.

Beijing. China. 2017.

CELESTE ART PRIZE. Editors' choices.

London. UK. 2017.

THE RED MANSION FOUNDATION. Art Prize.

London. UK. 2017.

MERCERS' ARTS AWARD.

London. UK. 2016.

exhibitions

CARE DON’T CARE. Basis Projektraum.

Frankfurt. Germany.  Upcoming. March 2021.

AIR COMPETITION 2021. The Muse Gallery.

London. UK. Upcoming. January 2021.

YAANI. Toula Gallery.
Online. Upcoming. February 2021.
MUSE. Toula Gallery.
Online. 2020.

THREE PILLARS. Chelsea Gallery. Old Town Hall.

London. UK. 2019.

LIEU IMPROBABLE. Le Ventre de la Baleine.

Pantin. France. 2018.

ART CAR BOOT FAIR.

London. UK. 2018.

HARBINGERS: THE RAPTURE. Harbingers.

London. UK. 2018.

PARADISE UNDERGROUND. Sugar Cane.

London. UK. 2018.

 BATTERY HORIZONS. Hockney Gallery. RCA.

RED MANSION ART PRIZE EXHIBITION.

London. UK. 2018.

OPEN STUDIO. Red Gate Residency.

Beijing. China. 2017.

CAST OF MY SHAPE. curation and exhibition. E1 7TP.

London. UK. 2017.

FORTUNE. Safehouse 1. Maverick Projects.

London. UK. 2017.

THE SACRED 419. The Square Gallery.

London. UK. 2017.

HOTEL 419. The Muse Gallery.

London. UK. 2016.

UBUNTU. Punctum Gallery.

London. UK. 2016.

BREATH OF BRAHMA. Morgue Gallery.

London. UK. 2016.

ONE. Cookhouse.

London. UK. 2016.

CONVERSATION IN PROGRESS. Mills Centre Gallery.

London. UK. 2016.

FLY BY THE SEAT OF YOUR PANTSUIT. Cookhouse.

London. UK. 2015.

DOING. Chelsea College of Arts.

London. UK. 2015.

press & publications

CHINA EXCHANGE. The Red Mansion Foundation publication. Page 271.
London. UK. 2021.
NOT REAL ART. Q + Art: Marie Aimee Fattouche Explores Dysfunction with Bizarre Mechanical Sculptures.
Los Angeles. USA. 2021.

THE MUSELETTER. January 2021. Page 4.

London. UK. 2021.

SCORPIO JIN MAGAZINE #42. Cosmic Idols.

Miami. USA. 2020.

IRK MAGAZINE. Silver Lining.

Paris. France. 2020.

INTERVIEW. Follow My Art.
Bleu Carbone Production.
Pantin. France. 2020.
INTERVIEW. The Yawners.
Pablo Saguez + Yohann Vorillon.
Pantin. France. 2020.
CANAL PANTIN. No.282.          

Pantin. France. 2019.
THE MARGIN. Issue No.1.            

New York. USA. 2017.
ONE YEAR ON. Chelsea College of Arts blog.

London. UK. 2017.
PUNCTUM Journal. Issue No.3. Page 35.    

London. UK. 2017.
PUNCTUM Journal. Issue No.2. Page 20.    

London. UK. 2016.

education

MA FINE ART. Chelsea College of Arts.

London. UK. 2016.

FOUNDATION YEAR. Esag Penninghen.

Paris. France. 2010.