Père avec enfant, 2022

Pascal Marlin

Painting : acrylic, linocut, marker, paper, plastic, collage, photo transfer 63.8 x 44.9 x 1.2 inch

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Medium
Painting: acrylic, linocut, marker, paper, plastic, collage, photo transfer
Dimensions cm inch
63.8 x 44.9 x 1.2 inch
Framing
Not framed
Type
Unique work
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Signature
Hand-signed by artist
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Children

Men

Humans

Interior

Fictional Character

Themes

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Pascal Marlin

Pascal Marlin

France • Born in: 1964

Emerging artists

Figurative Collage

Painters

Draughtsmen Artists

French artists

We are not obliged to be attracted by these superimpositions of curves, it is nevertheless true that they call out to us!

These strikingly realistic deformed monsters are placed in oil or acrylic on canvas. But that's notz all, far from it.

The artist plays with superimpositions, which are clearly visible when one stands on the side of the canvas and the reflections of light accentuate the thicknesses.

Using the collage technique that was originally intended to stimulate creative invention, Marlin uses everything at his fingertips - pieces of fabric, tracing paper or sewing pattern paper - that he cuts, composes, mixes, enhances colours, even pieces of radiographs, femur, spine, skilfully placed in certain places to create shadows.

Marlin's work, very repetitive, does not fail to attract curiosity as in the circus we have fun at the show of the dwarf with multiple bumps doing his pirouettes on the track. We also think of the celluloid and rag dolls of our childhood, so flexible that we could safely twist their arms and legs and even sadistically zip the dark anchor points where the limbs were fixed.

All these "merciless and serious" characters constitute an unusual universe, sometimes frightening, but nuanced by a light and refined chromatic palette that softens the subject.

Pascal Marlin seems to us to be a tender inflating his fantasies to better tame them!by Colette Bertot 


EXPOSITIONS PERSONNELLES


1998 - Galerie Artitude. Paris.
2005 - Contrast Gallery. Bruxelles.
2009 - Leslie's Artgallery. Luxembourg.
2010 - Espace 213. Tours.
2016 - Galerie Espace Be-art. Chartres.
2019 - Espace Icare. Issy Les Moulineaux. Paris.


EXPOSITIONS COLLECTIVES


1998 - 1999 - 2000 - 2007 - Salon de Mai. Paris. (lauréat prix peinture 1998).
1998 - Galerie Adzak International Art Space. Paris.
1998 - Bleeckertstreet. Anvers.
1998 - Galerie Le Dépôt Matignon. Paris.
1999 - Artex'99. Tokyo.
1999 - Artex'99. Galerie Elyette Peyre. Paris.
1999 - Peintres d'aujourd'hui Franco-Japonais. Galerie Fine Arts. Tokyo.
1999 - Peintres d'aujourd'hui Franco-Japonais. Studio de l'image. Paris.
1999 - 2001 - 2003 - 2011 - 2013 - Biennale  109. Paris. (lauréat prix peinture 2011). 
2002 - 2004 - Galerie Huis-Clos. Paris.
2004 - IVième biennale internationale de dessin. République Tchèque.
2007 - 2008 - 2014 - MACPARIS. Paris.
2009 - Puls'art. Le Mans.
2009 - Studio D.V.O art contemporary gallery. Bruxelles.
2009 - Galerie quai est. Ivry sur Seine.
2009 - Galerie espace G. Strasbourg. 
2010 - Artfloor. Paris.
2011 - Galerie carte blanche. Royan.
2011 - Galerie F.A.E. Boulogne/Seine.
2013 - ArTbridge. Londres.
2013 - Onsitegallery. Anvers.
2013 - Saatchi Art Gallery. Los Angeles.
2013
- Docent.co. New York.
2014 - Jeffrey Meier Gallery. Lambertville. New Jersey.
2015 - Kazoart. Paris.
2015 - Owlstand Gallery. Londres.
2015 - The Carlos Reid Gallery. Atlanta.
2016 - Singulart. Paris.
2017 - SmArtGallery - Daylighted. San Fransisco.
2018 - Prix international peinture Call for Chelsea. The Beauty of Appropriation. New York. (Lauréat).
2019 -
Stroke Art Fair. Mercedes Roldan Gallery. Munich.
2019 - Salon YIA (young international art fair 2019). Paris.
2020 - Galerie A l'écu de France. Viroflay.

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