by 01/29/2016 | Art Newson
Autodidact painter from Skate culture, Julien Colombier is inspired by both urban culture and nature. Influenced by Japanese art, Henri Matisse or pop artists such as Keith Haring, Julien Colombier melt acrylic painting and pastel, and like a sculptor playing with light, he creates repetitive patterns and geometric shapes. With his organic and dreamlike artworks, we plunge into a wild and unrealistic nature with deep blacks and bright colors
Born in 1972, Julien Colombier lives and works in Paris.
Julien Colombier is a French artist who traces its artworks with pastel, blending magical and colored jungle and geometric shapes. The organic world that is revealed to us seems woven on specific compositions, whose bright colors and shadows games produce a sensation of temporal suspension, like in a fairy tale. Medium are multiple – an object, a fragment, a wall – can be an excuse to draw spontaneously.
Influenced by the Skate culture, he often left the area of canvas to invade the space, vast and infinite, of everyday life as a playground. He creates works whose background is determined by the form, where the constraint becomes source of inspiration.
He is currently exhibited at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in the group show “Tissus inspirés, Pierre Frey”.
Exhibition from January 29th to March 26th, 2016
Art District, Le Royal Monceau – Raffles Paris
41 Avenue Hoche, 75008 Paris
From Tuesday to Saturday, from 11.30 am to 7 pm – Sunday and Monday via the Librairie des Arts (free entrance)
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by 10/07/2015 | Art Newson
Curated by the Art Bookstore in collaboration with the agency of photographers VU’ and to celebrate the launch of 6 new portfolios,
the restaurant La Cuisine showcases the photographs of these 13 following artists:
Pierre Élie de PIBRAC
Pierre Olivier DESCHAMPS
Juan Manuel CASTRO PRIETO
Each print comes in a portfolio of seven images signed by the artist in an edition of 100 available for sale at the Art Bookstore.
Photography Collection by Vu’
Unframed, 580 euros
Framed, 730 euros