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Vincent Verdeguer

Born in: 1951


Vincent Verdeguer is an artist and a visual arts specialist teacher, born in Paris in 1951. From 1973 until 1976, he studied at Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, and was Nicolas Wacker's student. In 1983, he graduated as a specialist in visual arts from the Paris I University. Since 1985, he has been exhibiting his work in galleries, museums in Paris, Nice and Toulon...

He's an all round artist, a painter but also photographer, choreographer, designer, poet, engraver, ceramist and author of several artist books. Until 1987, Verdeguer did abstractions- pure and lyrical ones. His artistic work, initially revolved around symbols and was more about an aesthetic search with several mediums, more than just a way to explore lyrical abstraction. Currently, Verdeguer mixes pictorial work and photography, where disorganized materials are twisted and distanced from their initial nature.

He is also the co-founder of « La Peau » movement along with Tony Soulié and Michel Peloille. One can see his work in several exhibitions all over France, the most recent one being the « Greffe » exhibition in the Akié Arichi gallery, in Paris.
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