Rebecca Brodskis French, b. 1988


Rebecca Brodskis (born 1988 in France) lives and works in Paris. She spent most of her childhood travelling and living between France and Morocco. Brodskis studied painting at the Beaux Arts de Paris and at the Central St. Martins School of Art in London, and she graduated in 2010. In 2015, she also completed a master's degree in sociology, focusing her research on the themes of vulnerabilities and social crisis. Exploring the boundaries of the sentient world, Brodskis's work moves between conscious and unconscious spaces, leading to a reflection on existence, self and otherness. A dominant idea in Brodskis’s work is that of being in an in-between: an intermediate space at the crossroads of empirical reality and imagination, order and disorder, materialism and spirituality, determinism and freedom. Her work is a hymn to humanity.


"I am just obsessed with human figures. To me they are infinite landscapes. There’s just so much to it. It’s endless. I always love to stare at people. I find faces incredible. The weirder they are the more I adore them. I admire asymmetrical figures, bended bodies, misshaped profiles. This is what I want to paint and what gives me eternal inspiration."

Installation shots