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Coquelicot Kémite, 2019

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Coquelicot, Kémite
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About the work
  • Medium

    Painting : acrylic, marker

  • Dimensions cm | inch

    25.6 x 21.7 x 0.8 inch

  • Support

    Painting on 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

    Egypt is the greatest civilization that mankind has ever known. Indeed, almost all of our knowledge actually comes to us from the ancient Egyptians.
    One of the truths that many people ignore or still dispute is that Egypt was a black civilization.
    And although much evidence of this has been erased or falsified, there is much evidence and evidence to bear this out.
    The Kemites were a black-skinned people who inhabited present-day Egypt at least 100,000 BC.
    I chose to highlight women with very black skin, because stereotypes persist about black women, while at the same time, Ancient Egypt has a prestigious place in the common imagination.
    But the imagination is wrong, so it is important to reconstruct this imagination.
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France Born in: 1990

Passionate about art since my adolescence, it is my personal and professional experiences that have made me want to express myself and share my creations.

Successively high school student in Visual Arts at the Education Houses of the Legion of Honor, student in Space Design at the Boulle School in Paris then in architecture at the National School of Landscape of Versailles, my studies nourished my mind creative.

I particularly like the connection between the plastic work of materials and supports with living spaces or adapted social contexts.

The color that reveals:

Colors have a primordial place in my work, not to be faithful to reality, but on the contrary to go beyond institutional codes, to escape stereotypical images and give food for thought about who we are in our diversity... Atypical faces unique and yet universal. Color, in a dreamlike way, allows you to take the time to decode expressions, to understand and to feel the feelings expressed. To see behind these features, a universe, an atmosphere, a being, a soul, without cataloging them hastily.

Cultural mix: 

My idea is to passionately link urban culture and permaculture. 

Take into consideration (bio) diversity and each (eco) system as a whole, adapting to individual and endemic peculiarities. 

Understanding what constitutes an individual to help him flourish and shine in color and luminosity.

Human & plant fusion: 

The choice of a fusion between faces and vegetation, was born on the one hand from my curriculum and my passion for nature and its associated symbolism, on the other hand from this utopia that is woven in my work: living together in our differences to compose harmoniously with them.

We can imagine these characters as futuristic chimeras of these harmonies. Apply to living beings what is traditionally applied to nature, because “The sisters are like different flowers in the same garden".

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