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Brno Del Zou Autoportrait , 2012

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Brno Del Zou, Autoportrait
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About the work
  • Medium

    Photography : pigment ink, black & white edition

  • Dimensions cm | inch

    39.4 x 31.5 x 6.3 inch

  • Support

    Photography on Dibond

  • Framing

    Not framed

  • Type

    Numbered and limited to 5 copies
    2 remaining copies

  • Authenticity

    Work sold with an invoice from the gallery
    and a certificate of authenticity

  • Signature

    Signed artwork

  • About the artwork

    Artwork sold in perfect condition

    Brno Del Zou creates faces that have a very strong emotional charge. To divide the face, in this case, is not to cut it up in order to disperse it more, but it is the hope of recomposing it more faithfully, in order to achieve and recreate a unity, an identity, perhaps. first, that which supports all the differences, all the variations, all the points of view, which is safeguarded in spite of everything, in spite of the variations of lights and positions in space, shimmering incessantly, resisting any too immediate grasp, and multiplying at leisure, without ever losing that unity without which the face itself would not exist. In his series of "photosculptures" or "fragmented portraits", Brno Del Zou uses the fragmentation of the face to better recompose it by stylizing it in his own way. The faces are revisited and put in volume to form installations on plexiglass where the games of scale are multiple. There emerges a clear aesthetic bias but which, nevertheless, does not hide this part of chaos that inhabits our minds. All the photographs making up each of the photosculptures are printed on paper and laminated on Dibond. The whole is maintained by a system of "fixing brackets" in Plexiglas covered with magnetic material for a simple and fast hanging of the images. Prints limited to 5 copies are numbered, signed and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. Mixed media: B&W and / or color prints laminated on Dibond with magnetic system and PMMA.
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Brno Del Zou

France Born in: 1963
Brno Del Zou is a French artist born in 1963.

In his "photosculptures" series, Brno Del Zou uses the fragmentation of the body in order to better understand it. The body and the faces are revisited and their volumes are highlighted in order to create installations of multiple scales. These "photosculptures" suggest a clear aesthetic preference which does not hide the chaotic side of our minds.

"Beyond the body itself and its beauty, there is its unity. Fragmenting the body, in this case, doesn’t mean cutting it up in order to dissolve it, it means trying to recompose it in the hope to achieve and create unity, an identity, perhaps the fundamental one, the one that supports all the differences, all the variations, all the points of view, which is saved despite everything, despite the light variations and the positions in the space, resisting any immediate apprehension, multiplying as it wishes, without ever losing this unity without which the body itself could not exist."
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Brno Del Zou, Autoportrait
Brno Del Zou, Autoportrait