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Anis Dargaa

Born in: 2016


Anis Dargaa is a Belgian artist born in Liege in 1972.

He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts of Liege where he studied during eight years the different artistic disciplines specilizing in graphic art and advertising. After a career in advertising, it was finally oil painting that he chose to express himself with.

He became interested in art since his childhood, when he was only 6 years old he joined a workshop based on the discovery and creation of different arts from painting to pyrography. Later on, he turned to theater and joined the Academy Gretry of Liege which remained an important influence in his work by his joy for staging and the pleasure that gives him to have direct contact with his public.

In 2006, his art took an international dimension and his work has been exhibited in Belgium (Liège, Namur, Brussels), Switzerland (Geneva), Netherlands, Austria (Vienna), the USA (New York), Germany and France (Paris).

He has won numerous prizes such as the Initi'art prize, the prize of O'patrimoine, the prize of the city of Cannes, just to name some. Some of his pieces are part of private collections and others have been acquired by museums. He has been referenced by the "Art Viewing Program" of the Guggenheim Museum in New York.
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Anis Dargaa, Eléphantasme organique, Sculpture

Anis Dargaa

Eléphantasme organique, 2016
14.2 x 11.4 x 4.7 inch


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