Dominique Rayou

Born in 1957 - France


Dominique Rayou is a self-taught French sculptur. He started to sculpt in the '80s, after discovering the work of a friend.

Dominique Rayou illustrates this dual requirement and that consideration of the human and the abstract, the visible and the invisible, the actual presence as affective as well as a reflection on which we are still uncertain. The theme of the human body is privileged, not in its entirety, but by focusing on the creation of partial representations : hands, arms and especially busts, alone or in pairs.

Figuration itself is associated with geometric shapes that materialize somehow mental projections of the artist. His work then joined naturally our own concerns and ideas, the search for harmony in shapes and proportions and a more abstract fragmentation, the attention of the artist to our human condition, our emotions and our aspirations.

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Ambassade de France en Autriche 1986
Ville de Sarlat 1991
Hôtel de région midi Pyrénées 1992
Musée d’art moderne de la ville de Toulouse 1992
Fondation 15 square de Vergennes 2003
Fondation Het Depot (Pays bas) 2004, 2005, 2012
Musée d’art moderne de la ville de Tunis 2007
Conseil général de la Dordogne 2007
Conseil général de l’Eure 2010

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