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Fred Allard Chanel It Coco, It Bag
Annalu Boeretto Dreamcatcher 99
Finbarr Dac N/A
Roberta Coni Butterflies Alice
Street Artist Hush N/A
Hom Nguyen N/A
Noe Two Yaoundé blue eyes and red light
David Walker Cathy
Mathieu Bories Taaj
About the Artist
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.
Annalù (Annaluigia Boeretto) was born in San Dona di Piave, Venice, in 1976, lives and works in her home palafitte by the river Piave in Passarella to San Dona di Piave, Venice. Since 2001 her works have been shown in numerous personal and collective exhibits in Italy and abroad. For several years she has been developing a sculpture and installation work in Italy and abroad. A disciple of metamorphosis, intent on penetrating the mysteries of creation, the artist is able to assemble incongruous elements such as resins and paper, bark and glass wool, bitumen and sand, cement and roots, in order to create new realities, worlds suspended and imaginary architecture where alchemy is lightness. Her work features deeply lyrical and evocative characteristics, but also a huge formal impact, with images of involving power and exalted symbolic allure.
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.
Roberta Coni was born in Marino (Rome) in 1976. She graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome in 1999. She integrated her studies abroad with two grants in Spain and the United States. Primarily interested in the human figure, she mixes the classical technique of oil painting with heavy body paste made ??of bitumen, melted wax and glue. Since 2009, her artistic research has been geared toward large-scale paintings, in which the face often emerges from the shadows. An Interpretation of the contemplative soul aimed in continuous introspection. Her work is characterized by it’s strong realism while combining rougher materials. Female figures with poignant expressions, faces in the foreground, where, with detailed attention, almost lenticular, the brush focuses on the skin and eyes, and in particular to the secret pulse of the pictorial surface. The faces are often violated by time flowing relentlessly on the skin, deforming and shaping it over the years, to lay bare the soul. She has created a compendium of contemporary work as she integrates video-art with the visual language of her paintings for creations made with the same techniques. Lately she has begun an ambitious project related to the pictorial realization of the entire Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri.. She collaborates with several galleries abroad in England , Turkey, China, United States, Canada, France, Singapour, Brazil.
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’.
Hom Nguyen, born in Paris in 1972, is a self-taught artist with instinctive style.
As an unconventional personality, his works are just as much. Working with charcoal, gouache felt, oil or even pen, each of his paintings appears as a combat, a hand-tohand confrontation with matter from which arises a will: to reveal the deepest of the human being through the lines and color.
Most of Hom’s work revolves around the creation of monumental portraits. The choice of colors, the application of the material or the vivacity of the gesture are always done in order to show to the world his vision of the human being beyond appearances. His works capture and transcend the depth of feelings and the complexity of the emotions that overwhelm the human soul.
His subtle representations deal with the duality of the visible and the invisible, the material and the immaterial. Thus, Hom Nguyen pushes each of us to a reflection, an introspection, on what we show of ourselves, what we are trying to hide and what we really are.
The unsaid artwork opens towards the unseen or not shown, the suggested. This is the idea that the artist takes himself as a paradigm which from an individual representation is his explanation of the world. An individual like travelers, expatriates, anonymous or famous, everyone carries an essential message, the true link of the elementary chain.
Never have the faces shown so much the world. Is it non-necessary to have background, backdrop, to understand in what space we are evolving? His portraits are directly related to our daily life: they interact with us and create a dialogue with them.
This is how Hom recreates humans and humanity.
«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.
Working in portraiture, painting freehand, using only spray paint and without the aid of brushes David has developed a signature multi-layered style. Incorporating both sophisticated and dumb mark making he creates countless scrawled lines and abstract areas that weave through clashing colours, translucent drips and decaying letterforms, the results are visually rich portraits that fuse photo realism, abstraction and graffiti art sensibilities with a raw energy that comes from the medium. His work is Exhibited in the UK and Internationally and aims to challenge preconceptions about fine art and urban art painting within the gallery confines and the public domain. Over recent years David has shown work in Berlin, Denver, Hong Kong, LA, Lisbon, London, New York and Paris amongst others and his paintings have been shown alongside the leading figures in the urban contemporary and street art movement.
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