Heng began painting in the late 90s. Graffiti attracted him, he made his debut in Avignon, then Aix and Marseille. After years of painting only on walls, he now spends a lot of time in his studio. Inspired by the big city at the beginning and its excessive, even inhuman side, he persists in deconstructing the urban landscape, breaking the straight line, crumpling the material.
Spontaneously, his canvases are covered with dynamic masses that he shapes by small touches or in a eruptive movement, making a chiaroscuro world emerge out of nothing, a world of chiaroscuro made of clouds of bright colours and wild perspectives.
We don't care, 2013
Acrylic and aerosol on canvas
82 x 100 cm