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Tarek

Mask 3, 2022

Painting : acrylic, Posca 46 x 38 cm

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Tarek, Mask 3

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Theme: The idea of customizing masks or painting them is not recent in Tarek's work since he had already produced a few pieces in 2010. During his stay in Cameroon in 2017, he painted walls and he also shared his passion with other Cameroonian painters. On the spot, he was able to acquire many African masks which were sources of influence for his work. Back in France, he customized some of these and painted a large series of canvases entitled “Mask(s)”… This theme has been close to his heart for a long time since on many occasions he painted canvases with masks and he made several drawings on this theme. His “Tribal” series as well as “Man of the Woods” also generated fictitious masks of African inspiration… Recently, he started a new series on totems!
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Professional art gallery • Toronto, Canada

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Dimensions cm inch
46 x 38 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
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Tarek

Tarek

France • Born in: 1971

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Tarek is well-known for his graffiti work as well as his illustrations and comics, which he infuses with his modern and endearing characters. The artist, whose full name is Tarek Ben Yakhlef, was born in Paris in 1971. He grew up surrounded by the urban artistic scene, and made his way into the graffiti world at a young age - an artistic community he's now an active protagonist of.

Trained in history and history of art at the Sorbonne, and keen on street art, he published at only 20 years old "Paris Tonkar", the first book dedicated to graffiti to ever come out in Europe. This publication was the very first to give a voice to taggers and graffiti-artists, mentioning their motivations, their artistic approaches as well as the public reception following this new cultural phenomenon.

The camera quickly replaced Tarek's aerosols, as he slowly became a privileged witness of French urban art. Simultaneously, the artist developed his art on other media, such as comics, a field in which he found himself to be very successful. But spray cans were never away for too long: they still allowed him to leave a trace of his passage in this world on city walls.

Listed on Artprice since 2014, his paintings are now part of several art lovers' collections all around the world: Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Rennes, Brussels, Montreal, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Geneva, Zürich, Lausanne, Tokyo, Hamburg, Venice, Lodz, Prague, Athens, Zagreb, Budapest, Kribi, São Paulo, Dakar... His works are also exhibited in museums, cities and private companies: Viltaïs (Moulins), City of Guéret, French Red Cross (Paris), Ad Tatum (Paris), Havas Worldwide (Paris), MoLA Museum (Paris), Graff'art (Saint-Ouen), Street art city (Lurcy-Lévis), Hospital La Porte Verte (Versailles), Shoes or no Shoes Museum and King Albert II Institute (Belgium) as well as Havas Worldwide (Tunis)...

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