Audrey Guttman (b. 1987, Brussels) is a Belgian multidisciplinary artist whose research-based practice examines our relationship with images, both material and imaginary. Working across collage, mixed media, and poetry, she deconstructs and reassembles found fragments in order to disrupt established connotations and reveal unexpected parallels. Echoing the permanent reshuffling of our consciousness, her work cracks meaning open and renders contemporary dissonance with a sense of profound sensibility.
Guttman has presented solo exhibitions at Hangar Photo Art Center (Brussels), Galerie Emilie Dujat and Galerie Art Sablon (Brussels), and will be exhibited at Spazio Nobile’s Studiolo (Brussels), Il Salviatino (Florence) and Futura Gallery (Pietrasanta) this year. She has also been included in group exhibitions at AVEE, Verbeke Foundation in Belgium, Museo dei Bozzetti, Rochester New York, and Ground Control in Paris.
In 2020, she published an artist book entitled Making Arrangements. She subsequently was awarded the first-ever artist residency at Hangar Photo Art Center in Brussels. She has contributed collages to publications such as PEN Magazine, Mon Oeil, Filiber, Defaced and Rosie, amongst others, and created commissions for a wide range of clients including include orchestras, literary prizes and festivals.
Guttman holds a masters of research degree in art history, art theory and literature from Paris’s Ecole des Hautes Études, a masters degree from Ecole de la Communication and an undergraduate degree in political science from Sciences Po Paris. She is based between Paris and Brussels.