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Danielle Siegelbaum

Danielle Siegelbaum

Danielle Siegelbaum was born and raised in Paris. After a successful career in textile design, Danielle and her family moved to New York in 2007. Her work has appeared in the New Yorker and Sony hired her to design their Madison Avenue store windows. Danielle has been passionately painting since her adolescence.  A series of her paintings was exhibited at the “M Project gallery” in Tribeca in 2008. She creates an intriguing world using various media including acrylic, wood, linocuts, photography and all kinds of surprising objects. Fearless in her approach, her insatiable curiosity and energy guides her in the creation of a cinematic contemporary tapestry using vivid and contrasting colors. References from a multitude of cultures, often in the form of signs and pictograms, mystify the viewer with irony and ambiguity. She explores themes of family, love, sex, ego, society’s dysfunctions and taboos in colors, contradictions, and contrasts.