Olivier Bertrand was born in 1975 in Marseille, to a French father and an Asian mother. Very early on, he became passionate about drawing, the plastic arts, and more particularly origami.
After studying economics and a career in web design, he returns to his first love and assembles today pieces of cardboard to make spooky life-size animals.
After years spent in the fashion world, Valerie Durand is now devoting herself to her own creations and her knife technique through these film scenes has enabled her to obtain a notoriety that is only growing with the celebrities who support.
LINA MAALOUF HUSSEINI
Lina Maalouf Husseini (Beirut, Lebanon). Attracted by contemporary art, she approaches sculpture as a self-taught artist.
She creates papier-mâché sculptures and then explores others materials such as metal, wood, salvage elements and multiple supports. His colourful works relay a critical message with humour.
Arnaud Kasper was born in Paris in 1962. He is a sculptor and painter. Arnaud is French renowned sculptor for his equestrian achievements and his anthropomorphic work which place him at the level of the best world sculptors.
In 1995, he invented the concept of the fish man, who places humans in the heart of nature. He made monumental art his specialty. He also practices acrylic painting, oil painting, watercolour and gouache.
CELEREAU DE CLERCQ
Jean-Luc Celereau de Clercq has been known as an Architect Engineer for 30 years. Winner of the Golden Signs of Architecture, Janus of Commerce from the French Institute of Design, Oscar of Marketing Innovation, he also expresses his artistic talent through Painting and Sculpture. Its creative force is this alchemy, generated by the resonance of light with matter. Outside of any movement, he expresses himself according to new technologies by combining research, spontaneity and curiosity. In painting, he mixes innovation with the use of his graphic palette and tradition with the precision of his line. In sculpture he represents the beauty of his living models through his thought.
Originally from Vallauris, Cristina Marquès, from the age of 5, cut out images from magazines that made her dream and created jumbles. It was at this precise moment that she knew that the transformation of the raw material through creation fascinated her. At the age of 20, she left the South to join Paris and study Art there. This allows him to discover many techniques ranging from painting to the creation of decorations. She learns to master the work of the material including acrylic glass (also called Altuglas or Plexiglas). Graduated in 2000 from the MJM Graphic Design school in Paris, she tried her hand at the jobs of set assistant, set prop for Guignols de l'Info on Canal Plus and set decor assistant for several short films.
Géraldine Morin was born on February 10, 1976 in Lorraine. Passionate about art from a very young age, she joined the Visual Arts in Strasbourg and an art school in Paris. Today she creates sculptures and paintings. She exhibits her works in many countries as well as in the Morin studio-gallery in Saint-Paul-de-Vence.
Eric Salin, painter, plastic sculptor, born in 1960 in Paris, lives and works today in the south of France where his workshop is located. Registered since 1999 at the house of artists. Renowned Custom Painter long regarded by the trade press as one of the great French references in this area. During all these years, he used all the traditional techniques of the leading reference schools (painting, drawing, acrylic, watercolors, wash, trompe l'oeil ...) which he mixed with each other, superimposed them to explore new directions. which he applies to his sculptures and creates his own artistic expression. Influenced by the Pop’art movement, his figurative artistic approach reflects the codes and shortcomings of our consumer society. He diverts objects from their context, combines them with others, always attaching great importance to the finish and the aesthetic beauty of his works. He sometimes uses it to deliver a critical message on our way of living and thinking. His bold and surprising works reflect the free and unrestrained spirit of the creator. This was the use of brands in my creations are there to demonstrate the importance and the influence that these have within our society through an offbeat look and sometimes.
Sandrine Godin is a French artist who started making mosaics after drawing, painting and sculpting and after teaching plastic arts to children. Mosaic is one of the oldest and most enduring modes of artistic practice.
Roughman, Illustrator, Poster designer, after starting out in advertising, Daniel You was discovered by Couturier Pierre Cardin who allowed him to exhibit his works in Paris, in Europe and then in many other countries. Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, United States, Madagascar, China, Vietnam… Artistic Director of Furniture Pierre Cardin, Daniel created lines of Furniture, Shops, Scenery, Painted one of the 6 Flags of Tolerance for UNESCO, Designated Monoskis, Scripted Product Launches, Produced Pubs, Co-written a Musical Comedy… Main Exhibitions: Paris, Saint-Tropez, Monaco, Cap d'Ail, Lacoste, Metz, Beijing, Saigon, Atlanta, Lausanne, Madagascar.
The Incandescence theme was born from a desire to provoke an explosive fusion between a resolutely contemporary artistic concept and an ancestral know-how pushed to the limits of its technical possibilities, during hundreds of hours of work. The artist produces here, through games of volume, transparency and reflections created by metal lace, a work that stops time to make way for a sensory experience in which the perception of the substance of the work, immediate, dispenses with any recourse to the interpretive intellect. Architect trained in Paris and having started his career in Bern, He will draw his inspiration from two universes. In the art world with Donald Judd and his relationship to forms and matter, or James Turrel and his work as much artistic as scientific on space and light. In the architectural universe, he finds himself in the spirit of the Japanese Tadao Ando for whom light is an essential element, as well as Renzo Piano and his penchant for constraint.