Within the new e book by Nicolas Lefeuvre titled “Ink Works 2010-2021”, the artist’s creations over the eleven years are compiled into this publication. Utilizing ink as his major supply of fabric, Lefeuvre’s artworks are largely in shades of blue or black. To him, he feels that these colors are essentially the most attuned to expressing his feelings.
A glance via the e book, one would discover that juxtaposing the deep blues and putting blacks is gold. This metallic hue represents the seek for distinction that Lefeuvre consistently seeks. Aside from incorporating gold powders into his paint, the artist additionally loves to include totally different textures into his artworks.
Although one could not be capable of “really feel” the textured floor from the e book, Lefeuvre is keen on utilizing linens and embroideries and we might strongly advocate viewing his artworks in individual. At all times in search of novel methods to create his portray, Lefeuvre’s instruments aren’t the same old brushes however could be something from Japanese chopsticks to stamps and others he can get his fingers on.
Every portray within the e book could be considered a selected life expertise that Lefeuvre had undergone. From his days at Chanel the place he was the inventive director to shifting to Asia, the items he created had been impressed by the lands he has travelled and imbued along with his reminiscences. In a method, the e book is an invite to journey, an expression of subjectivity and a chronicle of Lefeuvre’s journey in life.
Accompanying the launch of Lefeuvre’s e book, he will likely be displaying 4 new work on the Fossils Dance exhibition. This group artwork present put the highlight on artists who use ink and ceramic as their medium of creation. Curated by Marina Oechsner de Coninck, in partnership with Olal’f Artwork and Clementine De Forton Gallery, three different artists be a part of Lefeuvre in presenting their works. The title of Lefeuvre’s exhibition at Fossils Dance is “About Time and House”.
Fossils Dance Exhibition occurs from 18 February to five March at 63 Spotts Artwork Gallery
63 Spottiswoode Park Street, Singapore 088651
Opening Hours: 10am — 7pm
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