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The "body" series is an extension of the series "sculpture sur tache"
here treated with acrylic and on canvas. It deals with the body, the nude from a brush jet, a stain.
Here the body is evoked more than figurative; the result gives an impression of alteration of the image by chance and time, like a damaged fresco. Jankelevich’s phrase echoes my work perfectly "It is in the unfinished that life is allowed to settle"
The theme of this painting is dear to me, I like to evoke, as here, the part of our childhood that remains to us.

Materials used:

acrylic

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#childhood #men #transgender 
Clochette - Tinker Bell (2022)
Acrylic painting
by Laurent Bergues

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Original artwork description
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The "body" series is an extension of the series "sculpture sur tache"
here treated with acrylic and on canvas. It deals with the body, the nude from a brush jet, a stain.
Here the body is evoked more than figurative; the result gives an impression of alteration of the image by chance and time, like a damaged fresco. Jankelevich’s phrase echoes my work perfectly "It is in the unfinished that life is allowed to settle"
The theme of this painting is dear to me, I like to evoke, as here, the part of our childhood that remains to us.

Materials used:

acrylic

Tags:
#childhood #men #transgender 
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Graphic designer, I am a passionate about the relationship of colors and line. Everything begins with a stain, a trace that will give rise to a trait, a gesture that... Read more

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