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close up Tehos artwork champ de perception chromatique A7
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Tehos champ de perception chromatique A7
Tehos champ de perception chromatique A7


Tehos - Champ de perception chromatique A7 Painting

Tehos Frederic CAMILLERI


Painting, Paper on Canvas

Size: 39.4 W x 39.4 H x 1 D in

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Collage, cutting, acrylic , on canvas streched on wooden frame 100x100 cm - Champ de perception chromatique A7 Each time I clean my studio and throw those peaces of paper, I think I have to find a way to use them in my work, firstly because I always scribble and scribble something on it, and it's interesting to re-read it, and then because the colors are beautiful. It was while watching the work of Bruno Munari and Alighiero Boetti ( two famous italian artists from the 1970 years) that I understood what I could do with my traces of paintings on paper: cut them into squares and arrange them next to each other, a bit as a checkerboard, but in a kind of disorder.

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Size:39.4 W x 39.4 H x 1 D in

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French contemporary artist, born in 1966, living in Nice. His protean work explores several techniques, collage, painting, photography, video, installations, inclusive works in virtual worlds. He never stops experimenting with new paths, constantly questioning himself. Tehos is particularly attracted by the links between language and art, beyond the simple aesthetic value of a work. He has many exhibitions to his credit. His works are exhibited and published in many countries. He designed the cover of the book "The legend of Bruno and Adèle" (Amir Gutfreund - Sapir Prize), one of the posters of the Salon Art Monaco 2014. The news paper Le monde diplomatique, illustrates its articles on several occasions with its works, in many countries. In 2020 his double heads are exhibited on more than 1000 screens (including several giant screens) in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Several times awarded, he notably won the Aiap Unecso Jury Prize in December 2011 for his film Les Arbres cinétiques.

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