Valérie Hadida‘s “little good women”, as she uses to call them, are a poetic encounter. For the artist, the deep, protective connections raised between women provide the foundation for her modern sculptures. Valérie Hadida creates poetic bronze sculptures, representing female figures wearing thoughtful expressions with coiffed hair. Keep reading and discover these contemporary sculptures that will take you through the journey of women!
From adolescence to maturity, the artist can take the one watching her sculptures into a universe, both feminine and timeless! These bronze sculptures express the various emotions and many moods that encourage the different generations of women! Valéries Hadida represents the women of different eras since the Renaissance, merged with a highly contemporary image of women with peaceful and delightful poses.
Women are always the heroines and stars of her artworks, due to the belief that “Women will change and save the world”. In the beginning, Valérie Adida’s sculptures were small works, and in recent years, the size of the has grown to the scale closer to a human body. Hadida is represented by Galry in Paris.
The artist prefers to portray teenage years or middle age, in her sculptures, since this time is characterized by transition and change. The female figures appear as if the women are precariously settled on a stone. Even know the bodies are quiet, their curls offer movement and are, sometimes, are embedded with smaller silhouettes like in “Nocturna.”. Valérie Hadida’s artworks are not idealized or perfect figures, the artist uses these imperfections to highlight femininity!