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Epsylon Point

Born in: 1950


Epsylon Point is a French artist, he was born in 1950. He graduated from Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts in Dijon, he obtained his diploma in visual expression in 1978. Due to his thirst of knowledge, Epsylon Point not only worked as a guitarist, but aircraft mechanic and traveled to India for 6 months before moving to Turin, Italy a few years. Early 1990s, he came back to Paris.

When he discovered spray paint, it led him to painting. In 1979, he covered Montpelier with enigmatic sentences like his famous ones "Well yes!". Stencil became part of his works in the form of torn posters, maps and walls. He has a passion for anarchism, Epsylon Point refuses to be part of a category, a norm or an era. He injects connotations or societal and sexual questions.

"Shimmering eyes, a mocking look. Stencil is a part of his "unique lifestyle': during middle ages he would have been troubadour. Fan of comics and street, stencil allowed him to combine the two passions, and he was delighted..." one can read this in the book "Vite Fait Bien Fait" by Nicolas Deville, Marie-Pierre Massé, and Josiane Pinet.

Epsylon Point regularly exhibits in several spots for example, the Agnes B Gallery for the exhibition
« Évènements pochoir ». In 1985 he took part in the first gathering of the graffiti and urban art movement in Bondy, with Miss Tic, Blek le rat, Jef Aerosol, Futura 2000…Two years later, during the 10th anniversary of Center Pompidou, Epsylon Point was one of the 95 artists who were part of the « Free Art, l’année Beaubourg » exhibition at Free-Time on Saint-Martin Street.
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  • Painting

  • Painting Animal

  • Painting Portrait

  • Painting Street art

  • Painting Acrylic

  • French Artist

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