Tiffanie Delune

Tiffanie Delune is a Paris-born visual artist with a multi-media practice, living in Lisbon, Portugal. Expanding from an initial focus on personal trauma and childhood experiences, her practice is instinctively embarking on a wondering wandering. She weaves apparitions in dreams and travel recollections with symbols of her mixed-race family, hints of femininity and flux of spirituality. Navigating between her shadow self and full of light, movement and energy forms, Tiffanie is interested in the magic of storytelling that engages conversations and evokes emotions.

Approaching her work with playfulness and an intuitive curiosity, she creates multilayered pieces on cotton canvas, loose linen and smaller pieces of paper; inviting for a dialogue between the scale and the subject. Letting go of any inhibitions in the choice of materials, she longs for textures, meanings and a sense of memory — from acrylic, pastels and papers to glitter, threads, loo roll, keys, bags and dried flowers. In a conflicted world that feels deeply saturated, she puts a special emphasis on sharing a blended, unfiltered narrative in all its depth and authenticity.

Self-taught, Tiffanie has fully emerged herself into her practice with daily rituals and creative challenges. Her work has since been exhibited in London, Paris, Switzerland, Accra, Lagos, New York and Los Angeles; featured on Forbes, BBC Radio London, The Evening Standard, The Financial Times and Frieze Magazine; and is held in the permanent collections of the Fondation Gandur pour l’Art in Geneva, Switzerland as well as the New-York Presbytarian Hospital for Women and Newborns in New York City and The Women’s Art Collection, Murray Edwards College, Cambridge, UK.

Tiffanie Delune

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2023 There’s Gold On The Palms Of My Hands, Gallery 1957, Accra, Ghana

2022 See Me Flowing, Band Of Vices, Los Angeles, USA

2022 There’s Gasoline In My Heart, Foreign Agent, Lausanne, Switzerland

2020 Seeds Of Light, Curated by Katherine Finerty, Ed Cross Fine Art, London, UK

2019 Metamorphosis, Someth1ng Gallery, London, UK

Selected Group Exhibitions

2023 Touching The Sky, Mucciaccia Contemporary, Rome, Italy

2023 A Spirit Inside, The Lightbox, Woking, UK

2023 In And Out Of Time, Curated by Ekow Eshun, Gallery 1957, Accra, Ghana

2022 Unlimited, Gallery 1957, Accra, Ghana

2022 The Storytellers, Gallery 1957, London, UK

2022 Mother Nature, The Core Club, NYC, USA

2021 Her Dark Materials, Curated by Philly Adams, Online With Eye Of The Huntress, London, UK

2021 In The Beginning, Online With Ed Cross Fine Art, London, UK

2021 Shape Of The New, Online With ArtCan, London, UK

2021 In The Midst Of All That Is, Band Of Vices, Los Angeles, USA


Permanent Collections

The Women’s Art Collection, Murray Edwards College, Cambridge, UK

Africa First Collection, Tel Aviv, Israel

Fondation Gandur Pour L’Art, Geneva, Switzerland

New York-Presbyterian Alexandra Cohen Hospital For Women And Newborns, NYC, USA



2023 The Norval Sovereign African Art Prize, Nominee, Cape Town, South Africa

2021 Reiffers Art Initiatives, Nominee, Paris, France



2023 Tiffanie Delune Artist Talk With Marwan Zakhem, Gallery 1957, Accra, Ghana

2022 Artnoir Virtual Visits x Tiffanie Delune, Online With Artnoir

2021 Made In Lola With Armelle Dakouo, Tiffanie Delune And Aristote Mago, Carreau du Temple, Paris, France

2021 Tiffanie Delune & Enuma Okoro Live In Conversation, Online with Ed Cross Fine Art

2021 Tiffanie Delune In Conversation With FT Journalist Emma Jacobs, Online With ArtCan

2021 Women x Art With Folasade Ologundudu And Tiffanie Delune, Online With Art News Africa

2020 In-Conversation: Tiffanie Delune And Katherine Finerty, Online With Ed Cross Fine Art



2023 There’s Gold On The Palms Of My Hands, Rita Ouédraogo

2020 The Elephant Never Tires Carrying Its Tusks, Emily Watkins

2020 Tiffanie Delune: Seeds Of Light, Katherine Finerty



2023 Open Leaves—Poems from Earth, Harryette Mullen, Black Sun Flowers Poetry Press, London, UK

2023 Ploughshares, Winter 23 Issue, Emerson College, Boston, USA

2022 DO KRE I S, Issue 5, Association Vagues Littéraires, Limoges, France

2021 À Rebrousse-Temps, AKAA Fair x 35º Nord, Paris, France

2021 Resistance: Voices Of Exiled Writers, Exiled Writers Ink x Palewell Press, London, UK




Gallery 1957 Offers Artists a Space for Experimentation, Frieze Magazine

The cosmic heirs of Hilma af Klint, Financial Times

Self-taught visual artist Tiffanie Delune showcases her latest work at Gallery 1957 in Accra, Ghana, GQ South Africa

Tiffanie Delune – Interview: ‘I want people to feel like they’re walking into a complete universe’, Studio International

Tiffanie Delune ‘There’s Gold On The Palms Of My Hands’, NATAAL

Gallery 1957 Is Expanding Ghana’s Art Scene—and Bringing It to the Rest of the World, Artnews

Visual Artist Tiffanie Delune evokes spirituality, identity, representation in Accra exhibition, My Joy Online


Acquisitions of the Month: April 2022, Apollo Magazine

Artist-friendly app offers new ways of buying and selling, Financial Times

How to buy art for your home: A guide to investing in the best up and coming artists, The Evening Standard

London Art Fair 2022 A New Seriousness, Artlyst


The Art Of Storytelling, The Other Art Girl

Nonprofit ARTNOIR Continues to Empower Artists of Color with a New Scholarship for MFA Students, Artsy

In Painting and Identity, Tiffanie Delune Finds Her Light, Cultured Magazine

The Talks: Between the Aesthetics of Cruelty and Happy Pills, Larry’s List

Spring Fashion: LA Art Stars Wear the Seasons Hottest Looks, Los Angeles Magazine

10 Must-See Shows At Black-Owned Galleries You Can View Online, Artsy

Pick Of The Week: Tiffanie Delune & Kaye Freeman, Artillery Magazine


Art X Lagos 2020 Radically Different, This Year, Contemporary And

ART X Lagos 2020 Highlights, NATAAL

Tokini Peterside’s Picks from ART X Lagos, Artsy

New York Art Diary: A Miracle On 24th Street, Financial Times

Interview With Artist Tiffanie Delune, DATEAGLE ART

Africanizando El Confinamiento (3), El País

Confinement: 10 Expositions D’Art Contemporain À Voir En Ligne, Jeune Afrique

1-54’s Online Picks, 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair

April Art Diary: What To See Online This Month, London Art Fair

Tiffanie Delune: Seeds Of Light, Contemporary And

Art On A Postcard: Supporting International Women’s Day, BBC Radio London

‘Innocence and experience’ – Interview with Tiffanie Delune, Why Now


What To See And Buy at the Africa 1-54 Art Fair in London, Forbes

The Life Experiences and Artistic Evolution of Tiffanie Delune, Polo Lifestyles

Featured Minds of Issue 11: Tiffanie Delune, Majestic Disorder

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