Tiffanie Delune is a French artist of Congolese origin, selected for the 2021 edition of the Reiffers Art Initiatives mentorship program. Her work is akin to a wondering wandering. In a world in tension, which seems deeply saturated, she makes it a point of honor to share a mixed and unfiltered story, in all its depth and authenticity.
"In Painting and Identity, Tiffanie Delune Finds Her Light" by Enuma Okoro
— Cultured Magazine, 2021
She describes her way of making art as “navigating between her shadow self and yet full of light, movement and energy forms.” This in turn informs her practices of self-awareness and social responsibility, because she firmly believes that to be a better person in society, and to make authentic work, you first have to have a fuller understanding of yourself."
"Pick of the Week: Tiffanie Delune & Kaye Freeman" by Cole Sweetwood
— Artillery, 2021
(...) Delune’s works are remarkably structured. In its Kandinksy-esque freedom, elements appear to have settled on the canvas in the most natural of orders, and not a leaf or flower is out of place. This month in Los Angeles, there is hardly better painting to see than works from Tiffanie Delune."