July 2024, Being Human, the Painting Center, NY, US
July 2024, Guests and Tenants Star Suites, NY, US
May 2024, Saint and Sinners, Grand Hospice, Brussels, BE
April 2024, Heart-Shaped, Art brussels OFF, Brussels, BE
March 2024, Open Studio, 41 Varick Ave.NY, US
February 2023, Down by the Sea Engines, Les Iles Mardi, Brussels, BE
October  2022, Free Wheelie, Sparewheel, Brussel, BE
September 2022, solo show, Friends from Tomorrow, Ada Ventura, BE
September 2022, Rodolphe and the Humans, Windows, Brussels, BE
June 2022, Collectionneur collectionné, espaceprivé1050, BE
June 2022, Grasshopper, Moonens Foundation, BE
April 2022, Tender Wires, Ada Ventura, BE
October 2021, Skinshores, private space, BE
October 2021, Se désertifier, Ada Ventura, BE
April 2021, Travail Silencieux, private space, BE
June 2019, From me my shadow, Moonens Foundation, BE
April 2019, Purl Stitch, private space, cdlt gallery, BE
March 2019, Prix Médiatine Wolubilis, BE
February 2019, Ancolie, Moonens Foundation, BE
June 2018 Graduation show, Espace Vanderborght, BE
January 2018 Tate Exchange, Tate Modern, London, UK
November 2017, Violet haze, London, UK
May 2017 Blow up, Jewish Museum of Belgium, BE
April 2017 NU with the courtesy of Frédéric de Goldschmidt, BE
April 2016, group show at Friche, Pias buildings, BE

Florence Laprat b.1992 is french and italian painter. She lives and works in Brussels. Central to her approach is a deep dive into emotions, conveyed through the versatile mediums of oil on canvas, paper, and collage.

Florence Laprat's subjects repertoire encompasses a diverse array of subjects, with a predominant focus on the exploration of blurred feminine forms and the fluidity of body movement. Through her lens, she tries captures the interplay between figures and motion, using her  techniques to evoke a sense of livelyness. Florence Laprat frequently explores subjects presented in couples, trios, 
within her artwork, utilizing these interpersonal dynamics to convey intricate relationships. Through her work, she weaves a psychological dimension into her paintings, delving into the unspoken emotions that exist between individuals. 

Florence Laprat's artistic process is characterized by a playful yet intentional interplay of elements. She deftly combines raw and highly soluble painting techniques with the incorporation of substantial materials.

“ In my paintings, I believe it's up to me to adopt the hybrid, mutant form that painting imposes on me, and not the other way around. The figures and bodies in my work are not intended as a formal representation of an observed subject. Rather, their function is to express a spectrum of relationships between my body and painting, my body and the outside world. Bodies then become a vector acting almost as an oracle of the inner state, with painting becoming the tool, taking on variable forms. I therefore unconsciously reject serial production, or the abstraction/figuration antagonism. Oil paint has the same weight in my practice as the collages I make almost daily on an intuitive basis. I see these different media as an attempt to reconcile different psychological aspects of the same body. Treating painting as a character has enabled me to understand the notion of dialogue and link to the outside world that is present in my work, rather than constraining aleas to a unilateral format. This character allows me to grasp bits and pieces of human nature, and therefore my own.”

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