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- Spray paint, stencil
35 x 25 x 4 cm
Painting on cardboard
Framed in a white wooden frame with glass.
43 x 35 x 5 cm
Invoice and certificate of authenticity from the gallery included.
and certificate of authenticity.
• About the work:
Artwork in mint condition.
This work is part of the Crossover exhibition.
Depending on the case, this English term can take on different meanings: crossing, transition, passage, bridge, mixing, crossing, interbreeding, hybridization, transversality, stride, genetic mutation, bridge...
This fourth solo exhibition by Jef Aerosol at the Brussels gallery Martine Ehmer could hardly be titled differently as it covers all the meanings of this term.
Like sequels, series and sequences, they nevertheless evoke passages and crosses, literally and figuratively.
“Polyptychs” let Jef Aerosol to step over, move from one universe to another, to create bridges or fractures.
Between realism, surrealism, dreaminess and poetry, the images echo the transformations and metamorphoses that mark our time.
Jef paints our questions, letting our imaginations wander and our minds work.
The stencil remains faithful to his humanist inspirations and his paw is found. Nevertheless, he explores different themes that, for some, sometimes depart from his usual register.
These experiments are consistent with the title of the exhibition: mixes, gangway, transitions...
A recurring sign and a trademark of the artist, the red arrow plays both its role as a disruptive element and a common thread.
In the new space, at 183 rue Haute, Jef proposes a very different universe, an immersion in this material dear to him: the corrugated cardboard of recovery.
A selection of recent or older works is presented in this surprising setting.
Four letters are bold in this CROSSOVER, forming the verb OSER (oser = to dare).
The artist suggests that we dare to cross, discover, explore.
Dare the mixtures, the cross-breeding, the difference. 42814293