Artists' studios of New Hotel Of Marseille
As part of Marseille Provence 2013, European Capital of Culture, the New Hotel Of Marseille offers an artist to set up his studio at the reception of the hotel and perform live. Every quarter, the hotel opens its doors to a different artist for one month. The artist can develop a theme related to news from the hotel, city, or express himself freely.
Didier Triglia : Atelier d’artiste #3
David Triglia, Perpignan artist, is a self-taught painter and sculptor who has created his own style by mixing genres.
It is by drawing concert posters for his band that he finally got into the visual arts. His first works were displayed in bars and restaurants, before being spotted by an art gallery.
The original works of Triglia are very colorful and happy, between free figuration and pop art. We can find ubiquitous faces forms that arouse some curiosity in an atmosphere that can recall comics. Thus, this contemporary artist offers us an imaginary world with a message of optimism.
Ced Vernay : Artist studio #2
Ced Vernay, artist coming directly from Brazil and recently installed in the European Capital of Culture, presents original works and techniques implemented as pixel.
Ced Vernay works are the result of many hours of work on hundreds of thousands of carefully selected pixels. At the boundary between photography, collage and painting, he shows an original and innovative artistic technique.
Through PIX'CED LAB exhibition, Ced Vernay wishes to present to the public a broad panorama of his latest thinking on today's society, and especially the place of man in this more and more virtual world: "As we must take a step back with artworks, we also have to put some distance with computers. Man is lost in this world and he must keep the same distance. "
$Kunk Dog : Artist studio #1
Between the little skunk from cartoon, dog straight out of the New York underground and fresh grass, between culture and punk, between music and visual expression, $kunk Dog made us want colors and urban adventures. Paint pitching between fawn and expressionist, between trash and flash, but never forgetting a touch of glamor.
Behind this name, David Negri from Marseilles, fourty-five years, fan of painters from Marseilles, respectful of his peers and fathers, of painting from Marseilles from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries; all of that made him want to paint. Christian Robelin opened him the doors of this art, and his friend Robert Bilbil, photographer with whom he makes music (rock, obviously), who inspires him this glamor which he never quits.
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