Tania Mouraud

1942, Colombiers, France


The work of Tania Mouraud has continued to evolve since she started creating in the 60s, alternatively exploring multiple media including painting, installation, photography, performance, video and sound. She suggested integrating meditation rooms in standard homes, 1968. She plastered her discontentment with society, with materialism taking precedent over man, on 4 x 3 meter billboards, 1977. She has also examined the limits of perception by creating “words of form”, 1989. Her more recent museum exhibitions include: Tania Mouraud. A retrospective at Centre Pompidou Metz, March, October 2015; AD NAUSEAM at MAC/VAL – Musée d’art contemporain du Val-de-Marne, Vitry-sur- Seine (France); Exhausted Laughters, Musée d’Art Moderne de Saint-­‐Etienne Métropole, France.