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NOVA 206

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2021

Acrylic, graphite, oil, and pigment on sennelier wood

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Dimensions: 50cm (H) x 50cm (W) x 1cm (D) / 19.7" (H) x 19.7" (W) x 0.4" (D)

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

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The work sometimes takes place inside an architectural setting with a cold design. She questions the link that unites reality and its pictorial representation. The artist's work also revolves around the influence that cinema can exert on our perception of reality. The involvement and participation of the viewer in Mea's work contribute to the mental or physical journey of its architecture. The artist questions the relationship established between the interior of the dwelling and the nature that welcomes it. The outdoor space takes all its meaning. He questions the viewer about his relationship to the place and thereby even about his position in the world.

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Hometown: LYON

Based in: LYON / PARIS

Mea Ambrozo, an artist based in France, has exhibited her works nationally and internationally. The artist uses painting, photography and drawing. She explores themes related to nature, architecture, time, shadow, contrast, color and black. Mea describes her work as semi-abstract. She creates pieces that generate meaning without referring directly to the concrete. She uses acrylics and pigments on linen canvas and Sennelier wood fiber.

Anglo-Saxon painting inspiration: Edouard Hopper, David Hockney, Palm Spring, Cinema silence is what is perceptible in each of his paintings. Silence of deserted streets, isolated houses, rooms that seem empty. A silence so dramatized and on which the accent is so strong, that it becomes one of its very themes. A setting awaiting an event. Time is very long there. A stretched, almost contemplative time. One of the qualities of her paintings is to bring in the thought of what is going to happen the next moment. In fact, in a seemingly frozen scene, we expect something to happen. The entirety of this Work has an eminently photographic character.


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