Having graduated from l’Ecole Supérieur des Beaux-Arts de Marseille in 2013, Amandine Guruceaga is developing a body of work that is continuously changing, ranging from sculpting to installation, from delicate and precious objects to projects that are dedicated to the public space. Guruceaga’s work is worthy of much praise; displaying a physical and intimate relationship with the material she uses. The artist manipulates and caresses metals, fabrics, and animal skins. She plays between the boundaries between art and crafts, the organic and the technical, to better explore the manufacturing processes and the socio-economic history of materials. She participates in numerous institutional exhibitions and co-founded TANK in Marseille; an artist-run space that invites artists to produce and broadcast their works.
- Public commissioner of Mirador balnéaire within Marseille-Provence 2013
- Prize-winning artist of the LVMH Métoers d’Art
- Révélation Emerige 2018
- Salon de Montrough 2019