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Akiza

Pleine Lune, 2020

Painting : aerosol paint, Stencil 42 x 52 x 1 cm

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About the artwork

Artwork sold in perfect condition

According to the proverb "He who laughs last will laugh well". Day 26 of confinement in France. Signature on the back.
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AKIZA - la galerie • PARIS, France

Artsper seller since 2015

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Medium
Painting: aerosol paint, Stencil
Dimensions cm inch
42 x 52 x 1 cm
Framing
Not framed
Type
Unique work
Authenticity
Work sold with an invoice from the gallery and a certificate of authenticity
Signature
Hand-signed by artist
Tags

Circle

Skull

Moon

Head

Fictional Character

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France • Born in: 1976

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Robinson Deschamps is a French artist born in 1976. After his studies of sciences and graphics, Robinson Deschamps turned finally to the practice of latin calligraphy. After making some small works of logos and teather posters, he chose what would become his signature, the drawing of a little doll who he named Akiza. The doll Akiza allowed his creator to question its identity and the limits of its representation. He uses Akiza as an artwork and an object, art and industry. It is easy to see the artist past experience in calligraphy reflected on her, the doll became a universal and classic image of our society's consumerism. Gradually, Akiza replaced the name of the artist, who works a lot with the collaboration of his wife Yoshii, he decided to consacrete to a new project in 2012: the opening of an art gallery in Paris.
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