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Denise A. Aubertin (Boulogne-Billancourt, France, 1933) is a Paris-based artist known for producing abstract art from books. Inspired by the works of Tom Phillips, Gil Wolman, and Dieter Roth, Aubertin chose books as her media of choice in 1933. Having always seen books as failing to deliver to their potential, she took matters into her own hands, overlaying them with her tears, collages, and her own rewritings. Aubertin's work can be categorized as literary abstraction art meant to tell an obfuscated story. Her most notable exhibition was shown by La Maison Rouge, Paris (2006), and her works are visible in a number of public and private galleries around the world.
Aubertin's works have been shown at La Maison Rouge, Paris (2006).