Born in 2000,
Lives and works in Paris
Eugénie Didier was born in France in 2000 and grew up in Spain, in Tarragona. Coming from a family of artists, she had the chance to be immersed in the world of creation since her childhood. She was naturally directed towards art studies. Following a training at the Beaux-Arts de Nantes, she is currently in her 4th year at the Beaux-Arts de Paris school, in Tim Eitel's studio.
Her artistic production is mainly focused on the celebration of banality. Through her paintings, she seeks to highlight intimate scenes, representing individuals in their intimate environment, whether it be family, friends or simply in their simplest daily life. Her objective is to detect the universality that lies behind these ordinary subjects.
Photography occupies a central place in her work, as it serves as the starting point for all my paintings. She relies on precise framing to tell a story through the image, while giving clues to what lies outside the field. By playing with perspective and angles, she seeks to create a realistic atmosphere that engages the viewer.
In short, her work consists of extracting poetic and aesthetic elements from the banality, to give a new perspective on the world around us.