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De Fil En Aiguille / 2020
Loïc Casanova

3/3 copies
Fine art Museum paper
Art-Trust seal with bubble code card
Laminated on Dibond, in double black American boxes
80 x 120 cm

De Fil en Aiguille
"La Tête Dans Les Nuages, the series in progress that has been occupying all my mindlately. It mixes humanity, art and spirituality. As always in my work I try to bring out my deepest feelings and I leave it up to everyone to see their own message. De Fil En Aiguille fits perfectly into this logic. This work imagined for the Prolific association preserves all the elements that make up the story of the series with its relationship to childhood and its minimalist spirit, it also offers a sentimental vision and a timeless message".

Loïc Casanova
"You have to be perfectionist enough to rejoice in imperfection" As for many artists my work allows me to understand myself better. Introspection and adventure are my only ambitions and the very idea of pigeonholing myself into a category reduces my creativity. Totally devoid of visual memory, I accept the label of plastic photographer only because it reassures some people ... A brain that bubbles day and night, an overflowing imagination, inexhaustible energy and an emotionality close to zero... Welcome to my world. ORIGINALITY is my motto. To feel the future trends to get rid of them more easily remains the best artistic strategy in my eyes. Thus I navigate at will between the present and the future without ever staying in the same current...

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De Fil En Aiguille / 2020Loïc Casanova 3/3 copiesFine art Museum paperArt-Trust seal with bubble code cardLaminated on Dibond, in double black American boxes80 x 120 cm De Fil en Aiguille "La Tête Dans Les Nuages, the series in progress that has been occupying all my mindlately. It mixes humanity, art and spirituality. As always in my work I try to bring out my deepest feelings and I leave it up to everyone to see their own message. De Fil En Aiguille fits perfectly into this logic. This work imagined for the Prolific association preserves all the elements that make up the story of the series with its relationship to childhood and its minimalist spirit, it also offers a sentimental vision and a timeless message". Loïc Casanova "You have to be perfectionist enough to rejoice in imperfection" As for many artists my work allows me to understand myself better. Introspection and adventure are my only ambitions and the very idea of pigeonholing myself into a category reduces my creativity. Totally devoid of visual memory, I accept the label of plastic photographer only because it reassures some people ... A brain that bubbles day and night, an overflowing imagination, inexhaustible energy and an emotionality close to zero... Welcome to my world. ORIGINALITY is my motto. To feel the future trends to get rid of them more easily remains the best artistic strategy in my eyes. Thus I navigate at will between the present and the future without ever staying in the same current...

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