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Franck Noto

Triptyque - Franck NOTO

Technique mixte sur ensemble de 3 toiles.

Format : 162 x 97 cm 3 fois, soit un format du triptyque de 162 x 291 cm

Année de réalisation : 2020 


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Né en 1980, MONTPELLIER


C'est au début des années 2000 qu'il se fait connaître à travers le globe en réalisant des fresques sur les murs des capitales d'Europe et de New-York.

Doté à la base d'un style très figuratif, il fait évoluer son oeuvre vers l'abstraction. La posture féminine est une constante dans son travail. Il aime faire évoluer ses personnages dans un réalisme de plus en plus flou où leurs positions et leurs attitudes priment sur le reste.

Cet artiste très innovant ne connaît ni limites techniques ni limites graphiques. Mixant rouleaux, marqueurs, pinceaux, bombes et projections dans ses oeuvres, il aime se réinventer et surprendre à chaque nouvelle création c'est pourquoi sa proposition graphique est multiple même si sa fibre et son style unique restent automatiquement identifiables.

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