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Sculpture, Resin on Resin
Size: 39.4 W x 39.4 H x 1.2 D in
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Also available: * 50 cm / 19,6 in. Printed on DIASEC . Limited edition of 1. Originally listed for €960 + shipping °°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°° Abstraction #240 - Silence From the serie "I'm in the middle of something" UNIQUE EDITION From the serie: "I'm in the middle of something": this serie refers to your inside space! Place where you are at this time, vibrations you receive right now are yours! Not mine any more... DIASEC Fine Art Photo paper mount under clear acrylic glass 3mm, with polished edges, with clear acrylic glass 3mm as back, came with hanging profile. (Artwork is ready to hang with aluminium system on back) Hand signed on back Image 100cm or 39" With a Certificate of Authenticity
Sculpture:Resin on Resin
Size:39.4 W x 39.4 H x 1.2 D in
Ready to Hang:Yes
Packaging:Ships in a Crate
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Handling:Ships in a wooden crate for additional protection of heavy or oversized artworks. Crated works are subject to an $80 care and handling fee. Artists are responsible for packaging and adhering to Saatchi Art’s packaging guidelines.
Morgan Paslier My works are featured in various private collections all over the world : Usa, Canada, Itaty, France, Swiss, Dubai, Germany, Belgium, United Kingdom, India, spain... & included in many Saatchi Art featured collections and catalog. Born 1970, lives and works in VIGNOC (France) I do what inspires me ! Don't forget to live today ! The background: Morgan Paslier was still in middle school when he started studying fine arts as an extracurricular activity, ultimately graduating in the subject. A keen photographer already, he could often be spotted armed with a Lomo, experimenting with image creation. After a spell working as an assistant set designer and lighting engineer for audiovisual productions, he finally settled as a professional photographer. His first assignments consisted in monitoring several projects for a Rennes-based urban planning firm, after which he began compiling portfolios for architects while covering local cultural events as a press photographer. Simultaneously, he kept pursuing his own artistic endeavors, with a particular interest for the very fabric of things – photographing the minute details of the materials he encountered in his journeys and travels. At the dawn of the millennium, he met a publisher who offered to make some of his pictures widely available in large retail outlets. While developing this partnership, he persisted in exploring more artistic, albeit confidential avenues, removed from any commercial consideration, until one fine morning, Marie Ricco, stumbling upon some of his pictures in a print shop, decided to take him on board and promote his work in the Marie Ricco's gallery. And also Galerie Martin Sauvage. The photographs: Morgan Paslier focuses on matter and textures – the intricate physical details of materials. His first creative step consists in hunting for concrete “stuff” that he will photograph and use as a raw material for his digital creations. Inspired by Jacques Villeglé and Raymond Hains, Morgan Paslier is especially fond of such torn posters as can be found on municipal cultural information boards. He particularly relishes zinc advertisement panels freshly cleaned up by city employees and still exhibiting a few shredded remnants of the posters that used to be. Such details are captured, digitized, and later integrated into multi-layered digital montages. Ultimately, those montages themselves are used as backgrounds for stenciled portraits of various, often iconic, characters.
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