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Pierre Seinturier - Fiat Lux

Pierre Seinturier - Fiat Lux

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Première monographie.

Introduit par un texte de l'écrivain Philippe Jaeneda, Fiat Lux prend appui sur la dernière série de peintures de Pierre Seinturier pour s'intéresser à la pratique, aux références et à l'œuvre de l'artiste trentenaire au parcours déjà riche. Mêlant photographies de l'artiste, dessins et peintures, travaux récents et anciens, l'ouvrage part aux sources de son œuvre singulière, emplie d'histoires et de scénarios où le mystère et la lumière vont de pair.

Lauréat du prix spécial du jury au Salon de Montrouge en 2013, Pierre Seinturier (né en 1988, vit et travaille à Paris) développe une pratique originale qui mêle le dessin à la peinture, l'Amérique des années 1960 à des parties de campagne d'aujourd'hui. Ses sources d'inspirations sont nombreuses : les dessins d'humour du New Yorker, ceux de Blutch, de Raymond Pettibon, mais aussi les gravues d'Edward Hopper et les peintures de David Hockney, les photographies de Walker Evans et de Joel Sternfeld, qu'il s'approprie pour mieux les interpréter.

Textes de Philippe Jaenada et Barbara Soyer.
Publié avec la galerie Vallois, Paris.
Paru en septembre 2021
Édition bilingue (français / anglais)
21 x 32,5 cm (broché, couv. en affiche pliée)
116 pages (ill.)

ISBN : 978-2-492779-01-5
EAN : 9782492779015

First monograph.

Introduced by a text by the writer Philippe Jaeneda, Fiat Lux is based on Pierre Seinturier's latest series of paintings and looks at the practice, references and work of the thirty-year-old artist with an already rich career. Mixing photographs of the artist, drawings and paintings, recent and old works, the book goes to the sources of his singular work, full of stories and scenarios where mystery and light go hand in hand.

Pierre Seinturier (born 1988, lives and works in Paris) develops an original practice that mixes drawing with painting, the America of the 1960s with parts of today's countryside. His sources of inspiration are numerous: the humorous drawings of the New Yorker, those of Blutch, Raymond Pettibon, but also the engravings of Edward Hopper and the paintings of David Hockney, the photographs of Walker Evans and Joel Sternfeld, which he appropriates to better interpret them.

Texts by Philippe Jaenada and Barbara Soyer.
Published with galerie Vallois, Paris.
Published in September 2021
Bilingual edition (English / French)
21 x 32,5 cm (softcover)
116 pages (ill.)

ISBN : 978-2-492779-01-5
EAN : 9782492779015

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