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Anthropocène

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Anthropocène

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Antoine de Tyssandier

US$ 4,500

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2020

Oil on canvas

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Dimensions: 89cm (H) x 116cm (W) x 2cm (D) / 35" (H) x 45.7" (W) x 0.8" (D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.

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"we are entering an age that might someday be referred to as, say, the Anthrocene. After all, it is a geological age of our own making."

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Born: 1991

Hometown: Trappes

Based in: Paris

French neo-surrealist artist aged 29, living in Paris, Antoine de Tyssandier has been working on canvas for 5 years now, first around four hands works, then now in solo. Passionate about drawing and architecture from an early age, he approached art professionally speaking, with fashion, as a stylist and model maker, to later switch towards painting and electronic music - another great passion in his life - these two arts interact and influence each other. Between dystopia and futuristic dream, his paintings are rooted in an interzone, a virtual and frozen nature where the masses, half-organic, half- robotic, operate like vertiginous data flows in the midst of sequential voids.
His work is based on the principle of Pareidolia, this propensity of the human brain to see elements of its own imaginary in indeterminate forms (ie. Seeing animals in the clouds).
If he draws on a Carrowlian and surrealist oneirism, it is really to contrast it with this digital dread, a kind of Epinal print where the dream is stuck on a frozen screen.
After a first exhibition in 2017 at the Batofar in Paris, with some 4 hands projects created with Aude Haefflinger within the AHXAT collective, september 2020 was the first real showcase in Thaddaeus Ropac in Pantin, for the Jeune Creation open doors day. The Salon d’Automne in october 2020 will be the next stopover of the year.

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