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Jérôme Mesnager & Artiste Ouvrier

France Born in: 1961 Emerging artists
It was in 2003 that Jérôme Mesnager became tutelary of Parisian street art and artist, a.k.a Pierre Benoit Dumont, stencil street artist (since 2000) met each other. The artist is present in the streets of Paris but also in Hamburg, Berlin, Barcelona and Vienna and was invited by Banksy in 2008 to participate in the Cans London Festival along great street artists.

In 2005, during the "Section Urbaine" performance, the two artists collaborated for the first time: a work inspired by “Hell” of Jerome Bosch.
Since then the two men have been combining their unique techniques and distinguishing style to create works. This is where the obvious white bodies of Mesnager and the world of magic and lace of the artist come together. The latter provides an Art Nouveau touch to Mesnager's style, like a true admirer of Gustave Mooreau museum, Mucha, Beardsley or Waterhouse.

The collaborations of these two artists were exhibited at the Galerie Art Bref in 2016, Galerie Ligne 13 in 2015 and Musée en Herbe in 2011.
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Jérôme Mesnager & Artiste Ouvrier, Sécession, Painting

Jérôme Mesnager & Artiste Ouvrier

Sécession, 2020
10.7 x 13.9 x 1.2 inch


Jérôme Mesnager & Artiste Ouvrier, Cathédrale de Rouen, Painting

Jérôme Mesnager & Artiste Ouvrier

Cathédrale de Rouen, 2019
44.1 x 30.3 x 0.4 inch


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