Clotilde Ancarani is a visual artist and sculptor, born in Chicago to an Italian father and a Belgian mother. Clotilde Ancarani has been creating paintings and sculptures for over twenty years.
She likes to play with contrasts, keeping the apparent fragility of the shapes but treating them in raw materials. Clotilde Ancarani’s themes are constantly evolving, passing from one to another, all lightly and without ever forgetting the notion of femininity.
Fragile, light and diaphanous plants become unalterable bronze furniture, revealing through the artist’s hand all the ambivalence of his subject.