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Fabien Verschaere

Inside Me, 2017

Painting : watercolour, acrylic, Textiles 44.9 x 63.8 x 1.6 inch

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Extracts from the text by Jean-Christophe Claude published in the catalog of the exhibition "Listen to my eyes" presented from October 25 to November 17, 2018 at the Brugier-Rigail Gallery: "At the moment where the work of Fabien Verschaere takes you crosses, it never leaves you. Even if it means superimposing images of different works seen here and there to offer your imagination its own assembly of creatures, objects, like a memory. Depending on the singularity of your desires, centers of interest, obsessions, fantasies, mood of the moment, it will be like a shamanic dance from which an inevitable round of figures emerges that will take hold of your mind. See no malice, no madness, Fabien Verschaere us invites to share his life, invites us to his table. Compulsive worker, he can make thirty drawings in a row, a bit like the automatic writing of the surrealists. No premeditation in these works, no preparatory sketches, no 'predefined intentions, but u n need to create, in order not to sink, to live, to surpass oneself. [...] Of its Flemish origins, resurface the phantasmagorical worlds of Hieronymus Bosch, the terror of Edward Munch. From his studies at the Beaux-Arts, he retains a deep fascination for the great old and modern masters. If Bacon, Morandi, Opalka, Matisse are his referents, Picasso - in his tireless quest for new techniques, new processes - obsesses him, just like Giacometti who makes sculpture because he does not know how to do so in order to explore unknown territories. A fascination is also born for the artistic commitment of Joseph Beuys, a former airplane pilot during the Second World War. Beuys owes its survival to the fireproof felt of its burning cabin. He will make it the main material of his artistic work. For Fabien Verschaere, it is obvious, the line applied with a felt-tip pen or a brush will be the basis of his language. "The exhibition catalog is offered with the work.
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Medium
Painting: watercolour, acrylic, Textiles
Dimensions cm inch
44.9 x 63.8 x 1.6 inch
Framing
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Signature
Hand-signed by artist
Colors

Pink

Tags

Crowd

Pattern

Fictional Character

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Fabien Verschaere was born in born in 1975 in Vincennes, and currently lives and works in Paris. Verschaere’s body of work explores the human condition. Traversing a space between dreams and nightmares, his work invokes the world seen through the eyes of a child scarred by long stays in the hospital. Using imaginary and fantastic codes with continuous references to pop culture, Verschaere projects the viewer into a child’s dream, a world inhabited by hybrid creatures, monsters and strange animals – all fruits of his wild imagination. Through these creatures he creates his own mythology: a theatre of emotions and intimate experiences that seems to be animated by a play of contradictions: between beauty and repulsion, life and death, humor and anguish. Verschaere faithfully produces his world through watercolors, drawings, paintings on canvas, installations, and film. Viewers are thus invited to plunge into this dreamlike world.
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