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Yoann Boinard Croîs sans croire, 2019

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Galerie Jean-Louis Cléret

Guingamp, France

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Informations about this artwork
  • Medium

    Drawing : acrylic, marker

  • Dimensions cm | inch

    12.6 x 9.4 inch

  • Support

    Drawing on Canson paper

  • 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

  • About the artwork

    Artwork sold in perfect condition

    "After a first self-portrait, I launched into the systematic decapitation of all my iconographic references, everything that had elevated me artistically until today.
    Guided by a wide range of references, I declined the series "Croîs sans Believing" in different sub-series: from medieval engraving, to cartoons, through comics, Japanese Shungas, Christian iconography and statuary Greek.
    This series poses the question of identity.
    Why and how do we become eternal?
    The Egyptians as well as the peoples of South America removed all facial expressions from their gods in order to make them timeless and thus remain immortal.

    The ancestor of the croissant names the Kipferl.
    Even if the pastry as we know it is officially attested since the 13th century, this one seems known under another use than for the breakfast.
    The holy meals of the Assyrians, people of the Mesopotamian cradle "the fertile croissant," consisted of croissant-shaped baked goods.
    At the same time, during cults for the dead, in Persia, the deceased received croissants as a token of resurrection ...
    I believe that the croissant has a special connection with the question of identity and immortality.

    The Celts also used the crescent moon on the funeral stelae of the Lingon and Aedui peoples. Horns raised up ...
    This phenomenon, curiously, has never intrigued archaeologists.
    This position is called "cradle moon" by astronomers.
    The crescent moon is shaped like a cradle, isn't that the symbol of the birth of the world? Or rebirth?

    The croissant is my representation of God.
    God is everywhere, and my paintings are there to reveal him.
    I believe in this world and I don't believe in anything.
    The individual is nothing /
    Everyone is croissant. "
    Yoann Boinard aka SANX
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Yoann Boinard

France Born in: 1983

Yoann Boinard is a self-taught painter from Toulouse.

After many trips, especially in Germany where he discovered the Bauhaus and in Spain where he studied Miro and Picasso, it was with Japanese Shungas that he developed a passion for the female body and minimalism.

Yoann paints because he likes it. He started after his first heartache. But it started with encouragement from his first grade teacher when he drew an ant on the board. Yoann Boinard's work is now gradually settling on the natural walls of the street: street art.

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