Christiana GUINLE, since 2015, presents the "Décadence Noire" tour, which was already present in Paris (Maëlle Galerie) in Normandy (Semaine de Quilly) and was inaugurated in the French Alliance of Rio de Janeiro, on the international day of the Woman, on March 8, 2017.
Christiana GUINLE transposes her experience acting as narrator, image director and photographer. Through his art he builds a bridge between the real and the unfathomable. Each filter is a mark, index of soul traits, from classic to modern references, from looks on contemporary history, and from society. When deliquescent material becomes her source of inspiration, Christiana Guinle creates expressionist urbanities and portraits of fatal women illustrating feminist, feminist thinking. Works respond and confront each other to challenge modern issues and emphasize contemporary torments. His works are full of love and criticism, violence and sensuality, dark and elegant, decadent and irresistible.
The artist feeds on a collection of images of more than 40,000 items that make up her creative sources. The Smartphone determines the language of this unique process. The artist uses this technique exclusively, experiencing the infinite possibilities offered by digital applications. Current cell phones achieve an ideal image quality for the artist's own personal, experimental laboratory tool. Then, Christiana captures, selects, modifies, paints layers after layers, filters after filters, application after application, merging her creative process with the digital mechanism.