Il se passe quelque chose dans le ciel, 2013

Christophe Hohler

Print : lithography 29.9 x 22 x 0.4 inch



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Christophe Hohler, Il se passe quelque chose dans le ciel

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L'Estampe • Strasbourg, France

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Print: lithography
Dimensions cm inch
29.9 x 22 x 0.4 inch
Not framed
Numbered and limited to 50 copies
1 copy available
Work sold with an invoice from the gallery and a certificate of authenticity
Hand-signed by artist



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Christophe Hohler

Christophe Hohler

Switzerland • Born in: 1961

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Christophe Hohler lives and works in France, but it is in Switzerland that he was born in 1961 in the municipality of Basel. He has dual French and Swiss nationality. He began his apprenticeship as an offset printer in the evening course at the Kunstgewerbeschule in Basel, then went to the School of Decorative Arts in Strasbourg. The first reading of a painting by Christophe Hohler immediately reveals his preoccupation; the representation of the body. "Christophe Hohler's painting today testifies to his personal development, it is now located in the frontality of the painting and in a shortcut. Shortcut of painting, he leaves anatomical reality aside, evoking nudity more than it does. the watch. He suggests the attitudes represented: waiting, meditation, observation, walking, reading ... he thus recedes the figure in favor of the mere pictorial fact. His purpose is now to present a concise painting, one where colors and materials almost lead to the erasure of the subject. "

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