Raphaëlle Giangreco


Raphaëlle Giangreco is an art critic and pharmacist. Since 2009, she has been conducting research into ‘disappearance as an artistic gesture’, whether it be covering up, destruction, theft, vandalism, or the pure and simple disappearance of the artist themself. Taking her historic inspiration from Robert Rauschenberg’s work ‘Erased De Kooning’, 1953, she investigates how disappearance accompanies, in a theoretical and formal manner, the creation of our time.