Born in 1979 - France
Born in 1979, Felix Valdelievre is a French self-taught sculptor.
Growing up in the artistic world of lithography, at the heart of the Pousse-Caillou Atelier in Paris, Felix Valdelievre developed a taste for art from an early age.
He studied the deconstruction of objects of oblong shape, elongated shapes that have an important place in his work, besides spheres and cubes. The artist addresses the subject of life and movement, with the symbol of circles, representing the eternal renewal. Felix Valdelievre creates sculptures from metal sheets 2 millimeters thick.
The sculptor likes creating confusion and "stable disequilibrium". In order to do that, Felix Valdelievre works the material and the movement, together or separated. He gives total freedom of interpretation to the audience by not giving a name to his pieces.
Salon des Réalités Nouvelles, Paris, France
Festival R-Cas, Perpignan, France
Galerie 22, hôtel Phébus, Joucas, France
Château de Bosc, solo show, Domazan, France
Variations Plurielles, Château de Bosc, group show, Domazan, France
Collective, actuelle et singulière, Association Agit'hé, Cabestany, France
Galerie Saint-Sauveur, Toulouse, France
Galerie Lifetime - Mougins, France
Art3f - Nice, France
Grenier du Chapitre, Cahors, France
Mélange des Genres, Office du tourisme du Somail, France
L'art dans le Ruisseau, Conilhac-Corbières, France
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