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Christophe Ausello

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Galerie Libre Est L'Art

Joined Artfinder: Jan. 2020

Artworks for sale: 6

France

About Christophe Ausello

 
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  • Biography

    Looking at Christophe Ausello’s paintings. The material of Christophe Ausello’s works is the new world he discovers, day after day, year after year. Without any reference to anything existing, on the fringes of official painting – neither figurative because imaginary, nor abstract because real – his paintings reveal his inner universe, where signs abound, Like insects leaving their traces, like plant debris, like the first elements of life, the poet Henri Michaux called it “life in folds” for his writings. He himself is astonished at his production, as if, in his daily work of difficulties and work, these signs revealed to him a hidden treasure, and that covering the paper or canvas with these mysterious signs gave him a very real joy. It is this joy that he shares with us, it is this secret journey that he invites us. Thank you, dear Christophe Ausello.
    J.M.G. Le Clezio, Nobel Prize in Literature 2008 February 2018


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Biography

Looking at Christophe Ausello’s paintings. The material of Christophe Ausello’s works is the new world he discovers, day after day, year after year. Without any reference to anything existing, on the fringes of official painting – neither figurative because imaginary, nor abstract because real – his paintings reveal his inner universe, where signs abound, Like insects leaving their traces, like plant debris, like the first elements of life, the poet Henri Michaux called it “life in folds” for his writings. He himself is astonished at his production, as if, in his daily work of difficulties and work, these signs revealed to him a hidden treasure, and that covering the paper or canvas with these mysterious signs gave him a very real joy. It is this joy that he shares with us, it is this secret journey that he invites us. Thank you, dear Christophe Ausello.
J.M.G. Le Clezio, Nobel Prize in Literature 2008 February 2018


 
 
 
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