Born in 1933 - France
Paul Rancillac was born in Paris in 1933 and goes under the pseudonym Chasse-Pot . His training consists of classical and artistic studies.
After several jobs, he devoted himself to sculpture starting in 1968. With "papier mâché", he creates a society of characters brandishing petty-bourgeois attributes, notary clerks, cartoonish soldiers, all of them very enigmatic.
"I would like my sculptures to look "stupid"- I dare to use this word - and this is, without any doubt, why for fifteen years, I have only produced these figures, always the same because, like my dog who is attracted by other dogs, I am, myself, "tempted" only by the faces and the figures of my peers."
Chasse-Pot Musée Campredon Art et Culture, L'Isle sur Sorgue (France)
"Identités d'Été", Galerie CGB, Honfleur (France)
"Chasse-Pot", Galerie Michel Vokaer, brussels (Belgium)
"Exposition Personnelle", FIAC, Galerie Fanny Guillon-Laffaille, Paris (France)
Fonds national d'art contemporain, Paris (France)
FRAC, Île-de-France (France)
Villeneuve-d'Ascq, Musée d'Art Moderne (France)
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