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Marcos Zrihen

Massaï, 2022

Painting : acrylic, sand 39.4 x 39.4 x 0.8 inch

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Art Up Déco • Paris, France

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Dimensions cm inch
39.4 x 39.4 x 0.8 inch
Framing
Not framed
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Hand-signed by artist
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Born in Barcelona in 1966, Marcos Zrihen is a Spanish painter. As a teenager, he went to an exhibition of expressionist artist Edvard Munch, it was after this visit that he becae passionate about painting. He studied Fine Arts for three years, and then gave up his studies to finish his training by himself. From the beginning, Marcos Zrihen's artistic reflection revolves around the place of man in his environment, in particular in the urban environment. Today his work turns around the emptiness and loneliness of big spaces. Whether in cities or by the sea, the lanscapes protray by the artist are always vast, populated by small characters whose stretched shadows reflect the misguidance. Two recent trips to the Sinai Desert and to the Australian Plains led the artist to use these spaces in his canvases, depicting men, nature, light, silence, loneliness, worry as well. Seizing the dynamism of life, Marcos Zrihen's canvases propose us a quest for freedom.
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