Falcone, 26-year-old artist designer, unveils his first series of works exclusively in the Mickaël Marciano galleries. He positions his creations between experience and contemplative work.
With the choice of LEDs, neon lights, optical fibers and mirrors as materials, his works are experienced live by the spectators. Playing with spaces between play of light and infinity effects, Falcone is directly in the lineage of kinetic artists.
Visual codes are shaken up and the fallibility of the eye is called into question: optical phenomena.
Living with the times, Falcone has noted the cyclical return to past trends (especially the 80s) and applies himself to working very pop motifs ranging from Star Wars to electric guitars.
Self-taught, Born in the Paris region in 1958, member of the sculptors of Brittany, Édouard HERVÉ lives in the center of Brittany where he works there.
Édouard HERVÉ’s research is to create lines of force stretched across the nerve edges in order to oppose them in beautiful harmonies between balance and imbalance.
Thanks to these abstract bronze sculptures which are both delicate and powerful, HERVÉ demonstrates that the apparent simplicity of the forms does not however exclude a deep and attractive message that appeals to the art lover and brings him into a geometric universe and poetic.
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Bonnec are a truly exceptional duo! Internationally renowned, their paintings are present in collections around the world. They have the honors of the world press and the world of the Arts.
“Tables borrowed from poetry and freshness”. KNOWLEDGE OF THE ARTS
“Bonnec or the Art of painting”. ME MAURICE RHEIMS
“Internationally recognized, Bonnec smile in their disarmingly charming allegories”. THE TIME of CHICAGO
“Expressed by the strongest chromatic … Transparency of an air that we would always like to be able to breathe”. ARTSNEWS
“Bonnec, this four-handed duo of colors and poetry” GAZETTE DROUOT
“An atmospheric transparency … And it is so beautiful that one is quite unable to resist”. J. Mélèze. PARISCOPE
“For more luminosity and cheerfulness too, the tender colors always chasing away the shadows of the painting”. RogerBouillot L’OEIL
“Good, happy sun, the one that lights up their paintings.” ROBERT SABATIER
“My talented friends Bonnec”. RAYMOND DEVOS
“You are poets!” MARCEL MARCEAU
Milan Houser was born in 1971 in Czech Republic. His talent was awarded by many prices, including the prestigious Stipendium Pollock-Krasner Foundation in 2005. His art already belongs to the National Gallery in Prague. Also his work has joined many international private collections in Czech Republic, France, Italy, Germany and USA. It is important that, through the color, he opens another space. It allows us to perceive movement, the intensity of light and the proximity to the shadow. His work offers the experience of churning time.
Milan Houser doesn’t paint in the true sense of the word. However, he pours colored masses onto the horizontal canvas, which he divides into specific sections. They are called “chambers”. They do not form a completely accurate border, but the paint rather flows over them, pushing out and flooding in a slow sludge, with a streamy and sticky attraction. It then creates a new life to the painting, arising from the mixture, and the result is a large and non-predestined appearance. The result is a painting without gaps, equally dense and viscous, which gradually gets stuck and condensed, boggled down, into a soft homogeneity. The viewer is confronted with a painting, simultaneously elastic and stunningly colorful.
Isabel Miramontes is a Spanish artist born in Santiago de Compostela in Spain. She now lives and works in Belgium. However, the place of pilgrimage where she comes from still fascinates her as much and especially for her Celtic roots. Miramontes studied Fine Arts at the Institut Sainte Marie in Belgium. She then continued her training at the Academy of Fine Arts of Saint Gilles in the Studio of Patrick Pouillart. The artist cut his teeth there and acquired a solid experience in drawing and sketching on the spot of living models.
She creates bronze sculptures with a unique patina. His works, more or less realistic, are akin to a hybridization between the human body and the object. The sculptor integrates the notions of body, movement and human life. She lets glimpse a void in each of her works. Similar to the cutouts of the mummies of Ancient Egypt, the bodies divided between movement and emptiness seem to be half buried.
For Miramontes, sculpture is not a block of material to which one gives a form, but a void to which the artist gives a surface. His bodies cut into strips capture a movement, a feeling, and while respecting the anatomical canons, bring another dimension into the work of art: the sensitive.