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Cuturi Gallery is a next generation art gallery founded on the belief that art should be empowering and meaningful for everyone. A curator of change and a custodian of artistic diversity, Cuturi Gallery is a challenger of vested interests and of the status quo, pushing the boundaries of how galleries operate. The gallery connects broad audiences to high-quality art by diverse talents that speaks to the heart and tells the story of an undiscovered generation of aspiring artists that will have the art world aching for more. Diminishing aristocratic traditions and providing transparency in an art world that is at times daunting, Cuturi Gallery presents an inclusive and democratised art ecosystem which fosters greater collaboration, understanding and appreciation of art amongst artists, collectors and the industry at large.

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We are delighted to present Delphine Rama’s first solo exhibition at Cuturi Gallery: The Third Force. The work of this young Belgian artist is constantly evolving, as she experiments and pushes the boundaries of her own artistic expression. For this exhibition, Delphine explores the human psychology and the uniqueness of the individual through challenges. The works presented in this exhibition have a humanistic feel. What she defines as The Third Force is our self-existential search for what makes us unique, and what sets us up to live within our maximum potential. Her acrylic on canvas artworks aim to bring the audience to an inner contemplation of oneself. To Delphine, each painting in this series looks back at her own challenges. To her, these paintings summarize the tensions and endurance she had to go through. Each of her geometrical forms, and the choice of colours are a visualization of her own self. Beyond the emotional narrative of her paintings, the work of Delphine is visually striking. The composition and the choice of colours is profoundly researched. Warmer and cooler colours are constantly battling to provide the audience with a sense of visual equilibrium. In addition, her forms are geometric, almost seeking perfection. Yet upon a closer look, one can see the irregularities of the medium. This provides a sense of materiality to her paintings. Although one can categorize Delphine’s work as being abstract, the intention of this new series is to project our inner forces and tensions. A figuration of our own emotions. Delphine Rama was born in Liege, Belgium in 1988. She now lives and works in Singapore. After studying architecture, she obtained a Fine Arts degree from the prestigious Académie Royale des Beaux Arts in Brussels. Her works have been exhibited internationally, and she was part of the Biennale in Mobilart. Her geometrical forms, inspired by her love of architecture remains, but one can clearly see a shift towards a more existential exploration of the self. The Third Force opens on November 7th and will run until November 29th.



THE THIRD FORCE: DELPHINE RAMA ANIMA ARTIFIIALIS

The Third Force, 2020 Acrylic on canvas 150 x 180 cm


THE THIRD FORCE: DELPHINE RAMA ANIMA ARTIFIIALIS

Dismembering Fact Checkers, 2020 Acrylic on canvas 190 x 125 cm


THE THIRD FORCE: DELPHINE RAMA ANIMA ARTIFIIALIS

Anti Gravitational Paradox, 2020 Acrylic on canvas 150 x 120 cm


THE THIRD FORCE: DELPHINE RAMA ANIMA ARTIFIIALIS

Street Fighter, 2020 Acrylic on canvas 150 x 120 cm


THE THIRD FORCE: DELPHINE RAMA ANIMA ARTIFIIALIS

Social Distancing, 2020 Acrylic on canvas 150 x 120 cm


THE THIRD FORCE: DELPHINE RAMA ANIMA ARTIFIIALIS

Mind Control, 2020 Acrylic on canvas 120 x 90 cm


THE THIRD FORCE: DELPHINE RAMA ANIMA ARTIFIIALIS

Riposo Forzato, 2020 Acrylic on canvas 120 x 90 cm


DELPHINE RAMA Born in 1988 in Belgium. Lives and works in Singapore.

Exhibitions, Acquisitions and Trade Shows 2020

New Beginnings, Cuturi Gallery, Singapore The Summer Show, Cuturi Gallery, Singapore Order for Female Magazine, Singapore Collective exhibition « Love By Any Means » by « La Marée Haute » CulturePoint Belgium

2019

Collective exhibition "Pandora's Box" at Waroux Castle Part II, Belgium Biennale of contemporary art of Liège, Belgium

2018

Galerie d’art du Château Mottin, Belgium Art Exhibition Collective exhibition "Pandora's Box" at Waroux Castle Part I, Belgium

2017

The Palace - Arlon

2016

Academy of Fine Arts of Liège



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