LAISSER UNE TRACE (MAKE A MARK) 10 March to 13 November 2022 2022 closes the four years of embellishment of the Yves Brayer Museum in Baux-de-Provence. The 1st floor is renovated and on this occasion, the permanent collections are revisited. Each of the rooms hosts a work by a young contemporary artist.What is the link
CONTEMPLATIONS17 February 2022 at Musée Guimet / 25 March 2022 at PHILOMUSES Since 2 years I have been working with an extraordinary pianist, Ismaël Margain, with whom we spent whole days in artist residency during confinement, simply for the pleasure of creating together, one drawing inspiration from the art of the other. He is one
I’ve started a collaboration with EEA Agency who’s founder Marcela Hudakova has become my principal supporter on the field of various creative projects. Together we’ve launched the Flowers For Paris street art project through 2021, collaboartion with DFusion platform, ArtLife Fest, ArtLife Academy, and ArtLife International among others.
There’s a 20 paintings for 2020 project on now ( instagram #20_for_2020). In 2019 I happened to finish 19 paintings which is my best yearly score so far and I’ve decided to reach number of 20 by the end of 2020 for a star of a new decade. A whole programma had to be arranged
I do focus on vegetal world for couple of months already. This is nothing new for me as I’ve been finding inspiration in plants for years. For this time things seem to bring me hapiness since I’ve returned to what I’ve done before exploring the possibilities of liquid paint technique. These days the flat surfaces
The most intimate garden spaces are flower pots and vases – isn’t it? Therefore I’ve came to a decision to paint those I possess. The first attempt to paint a canvas which has for object plants growing in the bathroom of my Parisian appartment dates back to 2010. Here are some of the pots the
My recent work is being on show in my hometow Partizanske. All this would not happen if the works previously exhibited in Japan : Okayama and Osaka hadn’t landed in Slovakia because of Covid. Wonderful people from the House of Culture which is a municipal centre of arts have all helped a lot this event
The « GARDENS » and « MY POTS » series were displayed in Japan: « The Inner Gardens » in Setouchi City Museum of Art – Okayama with the opening on Tuesday – 3 March 2020. For the first time, the « Garden » series got together for a show. « My pots » exhibition took place at Mitsu-ba in Osaka ( Minamimachimori / Umeda)
The “MY POTS” series includes 17 small and medium formats. 14 are to be presented at the Daniel Hanemian Gallery in Paris. The exhibits in this solo show echoe the great classic-modern French movements from the Nabis to the Fauves, as well as the Central European avant-garde with characters like Klimt, Moser, Kirchner or Macke.
An eighteen-century note book was once offered to me. Of something less than an A3 size, wrapped in paper, the animal, calf or a donkey skin beige cover, coulpe of missing pages, it is magnificent. For a while, I thought about selling it to some professional ‘faussaire’ as it’s filigrees show an royal french symbol
June 2015 and 2016. I got to Weligama on the southern coast of Sri Lanka, with a delivery of paintings the owner Anna Egorkina asked me for. Some of my paintings and prints were previously acquired by owner of Eraeliya Villas and Gardens and I was delighted when she asked me for more painting to
Moscow-affair (2010) The origin of this painting is to be found in my short voyage to Moscow in autumn 2009. This huge city left in me many impressions and I wanted to work with this russian capital as with an object for one of my paining unsuccessfully for several months. Being a fan of Louis
White paintings series was my first real intellectual effort to create a homogeneous universe using picture as a bearer of some aesthetic idea. I started to work on it in 2008 developing structural language of flat chromatic surfaces neighbouring in harmonious way and putting aside all true perspective or natural light creating volumes. My painting
Kingdom of Flora, so fascinating, inspiring artists since millennia is a welcoming theme to explore in contemporary creations even if floral motives may seem quiet old fashioned today. Not only Takashi Murakami’s psychadelic flower explosions or Don Sultan’s minimalistic compositions witness how the painters interprete their curiosity about plants. Flowers: If it’s by interest in
In the same way as in the beginning of discovering countries in search of inspiration during my first stay Italy hit me with immense beauty and I fell in love with it’s landscapes and light Morocco, and more precisely Marrakech, has got me charmed and mesmerised me by her strange and vivid colours. As every