Inspired by the Pop Art and New Realism movements of the 1960s, Daniele Allard, the photographer, uses serigraphy to reflect the force that speaks to everyone: the impact of the image.
She prints by superimposing the footprint of time; as in our memories, there are always faces, rather disturbing accounts, shadowy areas, mixed feelings of the intrigue of what is remembered and the unknown.
After studying history of art, film studies and ancient history, she lived in the USA, where she studied photography at the I.C.P. (International Center of Photography) in New York.
When she returned to Paris, she worked as a photographer for a record production company and dedicated her free time to her creative work. She has exhibited in various exhibitions and some Parisian galleries for several years now.