In 2019, from October to November, the first edition of this innovative artistic event took place, bringing together 4 artists, Carole Feuermann, Laurence Jenkell, Marcos Marin and Charlotte Mano..
The artists of 2019 edition
Carole A. Feuerman is recognized as one of the pioneering figures of Hyperrealist sculpture. Together with Hanson and De Andrea, she was one of the first to launch the Hyperrealism movement, at the end of the 1970s, by creating sculptures that represent models in a very realistic way. The art historian John T. Spike called her the “Queen of Super-Realism”, thus consolidating her place in art history. More information by clicking here or on www.carolefeuerman.com.
A self-taught contemporary French artist, Laurence Jenkell lives and works in Vallauris in the Alpes-Maritimes. She is known for her sculptures Bonbon in bright colors and in various materials: Plexiglas, marble, bronze, polyester. Since a few years, she extrapolates her “wrapping” and twisting gesture with other forms such as the DNA series, Butterfly and Wrapping Twist. More information on www.jenkell.com
Marcos Marin, born in Brazil on September 12, 1967, is the son of a film producer and a lyric singer. From the age of five Marcos took classical piano lessons at the Sao Paulo Conservatory of Music. At a very young age, he started a career as a virtuoso pianist and came to study music in France in Angers. At the same time, he developed a passion for painting. More information on www.marcosmarin.fr and on his Instagram.
Charlotte Mano is a young multidisciplinary artist who is part of the rising scene of European photography, graduated from the School of Gobelins and Modern Letters and Cultural Communication, and the series portraire is acquired by the French Museum of Photography. More information on www.charlottemano.com