Curie’s first works evoke a legendary world full of fairies, imaginary animals, and primitive style figurines. She works by assembling a range of materials. Her work, influenced by journeys to historical or sacred places, has a monumental character. Her sculpture recounts the original myths or refers explicitly to religious traditions, such as Romanesque architecture, the pyramids and Eastern gods.
Modern Art Museum in Paris, National Fund for Contemporary Art, Elysée Palace in Paris, Museum of Meudon.