Florence Gachoud works between Europe and Asia and paints mainly with watercolour and oil. She gets her inspiration through her travels where she discovers different cultures, traditional textiles, masks, and meeting people from different paths of life. She graduated from the Geneva School of Art and Design in 2012 and her artistic journey embraces painting, illustration, graphic design and creative industries analysis. For more details, check the CV  below.

Graphic design / Creative industries selected experiences

2020 , International Trade Centre – ITC

Lead on Graphic Design for the Creative Industries export strategy

Geneva & Bhutan

 

2020 , International Trade Centre – ITC

Graphic designer for the Trade Forum Issue (print /online version)

Geneva

2019 - 20, International Trade Centre – ITC

International consultant / Creative Industries  Expert/ Technical lead and advisory on the design of a Creative Industries Export Strategy

Geneva & Bhutan

2017, National Institute for Zorig Chusum

Art Teacher, workshop

Bhutan

Exhibitions / Art Residency

2020, Table Métis — Paris

7 — 13 January 2020

Participation in a collective exhibition

Oil painting

2019, Ou Bien Encore Gallery  — Geneva

12 September — 12 December 2019

Solo exhibition «Druk Yul»

Watercolor painting

2019, Red Factory — Paris

7 — 13 October 2019

Participation in a collective exhibition

Oil painting

2018, Ou Bien Encore Gallery  — Geneva

2 November — 26 November 2018

Solo exhibition «Under a Blanket of Blue»

Watercolor painting

2017, Vast Gallery — Thimphu

29 October 2017— 25 November 2017

Participation in a collective exhibition

Watercolour painting

2017, Rimbun Dahan Gallery — Malaysia

3 September 2017

Participation in a collective exhibition

and Art Residency

2016, Ou Bien Encore Gallery  — Geneva

19 September — 15 November 2016

Solo exhibition «Pass the peas»

Watercolour painting

2010, World Expo — Shangai

1st May — 31 October 2010

Participation in the World Expo Shangai

Graphic design

Education

2020, Cultural and Creative Industries

National Research University Higher School of Economics Moscow, Russia — Online course

2020, Building Competitiveness in the Creative Industries

International Trade Centre (ITC) — Online course

2008 – 12, Geneva School of Art & Design — HEAD

Bachelor - Visual Communication

Geneva

2011, Design College of Barcelona — BAU

Exchange program in graphic design

Barcelona

2004 – 08, University of Geneva — UNIGE

Faculty of Psychology and Education

Master - Education

Geneva 

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