Effets secondaires • Passionate Love Philippe Huart

  • Weight : 1.08 kg
  • Dimensions : 8 × 12 × 8 cm
  • Year : 2019
  • Material : Cast Iron Epoxy paint
  • Editions : Edition of 300
  • Signature : Signed on the plaque
  • Mouvement : Hyperrealism Pop art
  • Ton : Colorful
Art for all

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In the Art For All piece, Philippe Huart presents a small format edition of three pills in painted metal. With the “red and white” edition of the “Side effects” series, his idea is to work on duotone and variations in space. These interlocked pills can be presented under different angles. Here the artworks gives itself the possibility to be viewed under multiple and plural dimensions, an aspect that corresponds exactly to the Art For All collection.

Whilst reading the subtitle “passionate love”, love in all its forms obviously comes to mind: passion and jealousy, happiness and madness, violence and life are crystallized in the deepness of red, counterbalancing it, the purity and clarity of white that absorbs and reflects, reinforces the esthetics of what has become and object of desire.

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Philippe Huart was born in 1953 in Clamart (France). After his studies at the School of Modern Arts of Paris, he becomes an illustrator and graphic designer for the literary and phonographic publishing company. In 1991, he decides to dedicate himself solely to painting. From then on he is regularly shown in solo and group exhibitions in France or abroad. He reflects on the effects that publicity, marketing and consumerism have on our subconscious. The basis of his painting comes from his concept of “objective reality”. For him the perception you have in front of a picture is mostly “visual”. It is linked to forms and patterns. Philippe Huart works are not replicates of objects of day to day life, but they are “signs”. Their significations are belittled because of the accumulation and frequency that we find them within our environment, so only the juxtaposition and overlapping of fragments, that have been expanded, allow us to perceive them under a new angle, both surprising and familiar.


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