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Chanel roses rouges et bleues, poignées d'amour -  Fred Allard

Fred Allard Chanel roses rouges et bleues, poignées d'amour
Size XS, Inclusion

Tidai -  Finbarr Dac

Finbarr Dac Tidai
182x122 cm, mixed media on wood

Exhibiting Artists

  • Fred Allard  (+)

    Biography : Fred Allard, a sculptor artist from Nice, iconoclastic and timeless, is a new actor on the international scene of contemporary art. Creator of a fashion lab for several years, he retains an imprint, a culture, an enthusiasm, which he uses as a basis for reflection in his work as an artist. His «Shopping Bag» marks his signature and catches the eye by the unique identity of each work, made by the artist: a wave of poetic and charismatic chic impossible to duplicate. His sculptures freeze the codes of the street and luxury, which are to be compared and opposed, found and assembled, to form in the end a unique entity. Crystallized by hand in a translucent material with bright and vivid colors, these symbols representative of our society seem in his works, having to live together for the rest of eternity. The expressive gesture tainted of punk aesthetics of Fred Allard is the allegoric interpretation of a pertpetual search for balance between container and content, between surface and depth, betweek external and internal appearance, thus penetrating the territory of the intimate.

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    •  Fred Allard - Chanel roses rouges et bleues, poignées d'amour Chanel roses rouges et bleues, poignées d'amour

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  • Thierry BRUET  (+)

    Biography : A trained architect, THIERRY BRUET born in Paris in 1949, painter and sculptor for more than 30 years is a Master of the traditional technique of oil-base painting, specialising in large portraits of well-known figures in society and decorative monumental works. Commissioned by famous decorators such as Alberto Pinto, Frederic Méchiche, and Pierre-Yves Rochon... his works can be found in many collections throughout the world, as well as in many prestigious and luxury palaces such as Hotel GEORGE V and Hotel LE BRISTOL in Paris, HOTEL DE PARIS in Monaco, MERIDIAN HOTEL in Bahrain, FOUR SEASONS in Florence, FOUR SEASONS in London, SOFITEL HOTELS of New York and London, the INSTITUT PAUL BOCUSE, HENRY BENDEL STORES in New York and the HERMES STORES in Paris.

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  • Fin Dac  (+)

    Biography : Native from the beautiful city of Cork in the south of Ireland, Fin Dac has always lived in London where he still is. Self-taught artist and nonconformist, his modern geishas in black and white, often naked and tattooed, are exhibited around the world. Fin Dac works with stencils and a specific painting leaving the impression of spatters with pop colors around the eyes, just like a mask. Fin Dac loves beautiful women and is fascinated by Asian mystic and mysterious beauty. With a keen eye on details, he has a real esthetic style that make him different from other urban artists. «When I paint, I forget everyhting for hours even days. I have no plans until when I find something» says Fin Dac.

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    •  Finbarr Dac - Tidai Tidai

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  • HUSH  (+)

    Biography : From his London studio, HUSH paints for exhibition and site work in Japan, Europe, Australia, and North America. A UK native, his street art, murals, and paintings have been featured in numerous books and publications and was recognized by London’s The Independent as one of the Top 20 Up and Coming Artists’.

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  • Kobra  (+)

    Biography : Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra utilizes bright colors and bold lines while staying true to a kaleidoscope theme throughout his art. The technique of repeating squares and triangles allows him to bring to life the famous people he depicts in his images. This checkered pattern, filled with different textures, lines, and shading, builds up to Eduardo Kobra’s final masterpiece, a larger than life mural for all to see and marvel at. Eduardo Kobra has also utilized a darker color palette in some of his works while maintaining that stunning air of beauty in throughout his work. You can’t help but feel a sense of nostalgia while looking at his creations, taking you back to a time when those individuals existed. The ability to recreate art that taps into individuals and eras past is a truly gift given to Kobra that is purely remarkable. Deviating from notable figures, Eduardo Kobra has also stayed true to the everyday human subject, maintaining his bold color use to bring these individuals to light in his works. Within the same vein, his use of black and white images are breathtaking when placed against his colorful checkered backgrounds. Eduardo Kobra’s works are truly a labor of love, using methodical grid planning and masterful shading and swirling effects to complete massively-scaled portraits that are typically done on buldings, walls, and murals.

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  • L7Matrix  (+)

    Biography : Luis Seven Martins, L7Matrix, was only 13 when he first met spray paints. This experience has opened the door for many upcoming experiments that he was about to perform. While exploring mixtures for his work, Luis tried many technics and finally created his unique approach by china ink, latex, pastel and acrylic. He came to a unique style through his experimentation - namely he combines geometrical elements and very stylized color puzzles with realism attained by elaborated details. It is exactly this combination of color simplicity and free geometry that awakens certain contradictions and even uncomfortable feelings in the viewers.

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  • Noe Two  (+)

    Biography : «Noé Two», six letters written at the bottom of his canvases, as a reference to the Bibles Noah, this name directly resonates to the three main themes in the artist’s work: Human, Animal, Nature. Far from being unknown, Noé Two, also called «The Graffiti artist» is seen as one of the godfathers of this movement which came to France in the late 1980’s. His universal message resonates to every culture and language worldwide. Surrounded by urban culture, fan of music, rich in all his trips and various encounters he made, Noé Two has never stopped creating nor exploring. To him, painting is as vital as biological need. A way to set his identity.

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  • Pichi & Avo  (+)

    Biography : Spanish based artist duo, are recognized for their ability to ignite relationships between art, sculpture, architecture, space and social contexts. Their style adopts a focus which is both beautiful and performative, firm in its discussion and totally the perfect deconstruction of classical art and contemporary urban art, in order to create a new fusion, which whilst faithful to its classical heritage, creates a new and exciting vision of art. Pichi&Avo are one since 2007, fleeing from a self-centeredness of graffiti, united to create a single piece of work, born from the artistic formalism of the street, transferring fragments of a wall to the canvas and from the canvas to the wll in a personal vision.

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