Ateliers d'Art de France


Flavia Fenaroli

Flavia Fenaroli ©DR
Flavia Fenaroli ©DR

Flavia Fenaroli is Italian, she was born in England and has been living in France for the past 30 years. She believes sculpture can only be conceived as a search for meaning. Her first training was in Milan, in Brera, during years that were marked with bombings and extreme political instability, where all the values that were passed on, social and artistic, were rattled. In Italy, they were called them the “Years of Lead”, and they probably influenced her choices and artistic orientation through a strong interest for ethnic, human and social issues, as well as the essential question of the artistic work. To her, the object she makes cannot be mere aesthetic gestures, it has to carry meaning and humanity and result from a contemplative state, that of a questioning, a utopia.

Her sculptures and sculpture-jewels develop these questions and enhance the hand gesture and the human gesture in their unicity. She does a unique and unprecedented work of metal transformation and smelting. “Materials think and have reasons to belong into a piece, they have their own language” she says.

Flavia Fenaroli
Sculptor and goldsmith born in 1955 in London, United Kingdom
Lives and works in Sèvres



  • Musée Rodin de Meudon (exp. de la sculpture Petrarca)
  • La Maison de la Parole (Meudon)
  • Private Choice Galerie Mini Master Pieces


  • Pages, Salon de bibliophilie et livre d’artiste, Paris
  • Délires de Livres – Galerie „Ecu de France“-Viroflay
  • Galerie Mini Master Pièces


  • Collective Design – Nex York – Galerie Mini Master Pieces
  • Pages Galerie Schumm Braunstein
  • Soon Gal. Schumm Braunstein décembre
  • Parcours du bijou – Materia- Galerie l’Objet Rare (Septembre-Octobre)
  • Palimpsestes - Gal. Schumm Braunstein juin
  • Codex International book Fair – Richmond- Californie - février 2017
  • Impressions – La Chartreuse Art Contemporain - Sèvres


  • Prima Materia - Galérie Résidences


  • “Jeux de mots“ Galerie Collection-Paris
  • Centre culturel du Japon


  • Les cinq éléments“, Opus „la Terre“ – Baccarat Pôle bijou
  • Karfunkelschein – Handwerksform Hanover
  • Relévés – Galerie Schumm-Braunstein, Paris
  • « Graver maintenant », Ermitage Rueil Malmaison et Atelier Grognard - Rueil Malmaison
  • D’or et d’acier, Atelier Chérét, rue Madame, Paris


  • Bibliothèques - Galerie Schumm- Braunstein
  • Filo rosso (Circuit du bijou), Boutique Agatha Ruiz de la Prada, Paris
  • Ring Party, Padova, Italie
  • Marché de la Poésie, Galerie Schumm-Braunstein, Paris, France
  • Salon de l’Estampe et du Dessin, Galerie Schumm-Braunstein, Grand Palais, Paris, France


  • Staufishe Pracht & Karfunkelschein, Galerie Im Prediger, Schwäbisch Gmünd, Allemagne
  • Exposition au « Pedrocchi » de Padoue Le corps, Salle Samonà, Padoue
  • Salon de l’Estampe et du Dessin, Grand Palais, Galerie Schumm-Braunstein
  • « Il ne restera que du bleu » Galerie Schumm-Braunstein
  • Graver maintenant, Espace Renoir, Rueil Malmaison


  • Stampe-Stampe-Stampe, Galerie Schumm-Braunstein, Paris.
  • Pages- Paris
  • Mostra di Palazzo Libera- Villa Lagarina- Trento.
  • Pin Anonimum Lisbonne
  • Délires de Livres – Chartres
  • Paysages- Médiathèque de Chartres
  • Hors du lisible - Centre d’art Saint Louis- Bar le Duc
  • CAC – Centre d’art Meudon


  • Artist Book, Centre Pompidou Paris
  • Premio Fondazione Cominelli – Salo‘
  • O’noff – Spazio Aperto-Padova
  • Oratorio San Rocco – Padova-
  • Chiesa dell’Angelo – Bassano del Grappa
  • Galerie Schumm-Braunstein – Paris


  • Salon Pages), livres de bibliophilie
  • Galerie Schumm-Braunstein, Noir Papier
  • Centre d’art contemporain A. Chanot - Paris

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