Acrylic on canvs
Dimensions: 55cm (H) x 55cm (W) x 2.5cm (D) / 21.7" (H) x 21.7" (W) x 1" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
I am sensitive to all typographic forms and all his creations. My journey leads me today to return to this art. I propose in this new series to revisit the typographic characters by transforming them, by dressing them in new shapes and colors. I look for their substances, their possible geometric extensions. In this exercise in transformation I only want to keep the memory of a sign.
Framed: 55 x 55 cm
(Unframed: 53 x 53 cm)
Hometown: Le Langon
Based in: Paris
Artist, graphic designer, self-taught engraver, born in the Vendée in 1950.
Arrived in Paris in 1968 where he has lived ever since.
It was at this time that an administrative competition destined for a career
But he is quickly attracted by the world of image.
He took evening classes at the Ecole Supérieure des Arts Appliqués Duperré
in Paris. He assiduously frequents museums, galleries and libraries in the capital.
He is strongly influenced by the Bauhaus.
Layout artist at Studio Dufayel, the graphic design and advertising office
and advertising office of Galeries Lafayette in Paris. Under the artistic direction of
Friedmann Hauss and then Jacques Lavaux. Oliviero Toscani and Paolo Roversi are among the photographers who work for the Studio at this time.
Creates Calligram, its own graphic communications consultancy
communications consultancy. His clients include Hachette, Marabout, Jean-Claude Lattès,
Gault-Millau as well as La Bibliothèque Nationale, Nathan Image, GMF, FNAC,
Kenzo, Rodier, Votre Beauté magasine, Jours-de-France haute couture, Thalassa ...
The meeting with the artist Bernard Pras marks a radical change in his life.
in his life, Joël discovers aquagravure. With his long experience in the applied arts, he is now totally involved in the world of contemporary art.
First exhibition of watercolours at the G.M.Arts gallery in Paris.
Creates Aquastamp Paris, an art print shop in aquagravures.
He engraves and prints his own works as well as those of Guillaume Corneille, until the latter's death in 2010, as well as Errò, Peter Klasen, Juan Ripolles, Antonio Ségui, Tony Soulié. He also prints other multiples for Stephan Balkenhol, Bram Bogart, Robert Combas, Raymond Waydelich....
He exhibits his paintings for the first time at the Réalités Nouvelles exhibition in Paris.
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