Philippe Pasqua

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Black Olivre tree

Renaissance

Philippe Pasqua

2020

Dimensions: 120 x50 cm

Medium: Bronze and black painting

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RENAISSANCE

Renaissance

Philippe Pasqua

2015

Dimensions: 250x100cm

Medium: Bronze and chromium

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BRONZE OLIVE TREE

bronze olive tree

Philippe Pasqua

2015

Dimensions: 100 x 65 cm

Medium: Bronze and painting

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Silver bronze olive tree

Silver bronze olive tree

Philippe Pasqua

2020

Dimensions: 130 cmx120 cmx50 cm

Medium: Bronze et chrome

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TYREX

Tyrex

Philippe Pasqua

2015

Dimensions: 300cmx 120 cm x100 cm

Medium: Résine et métal

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Born in Grasse in 1965, Philippe Pasqua is a self-taught artist-painter who escapes traditional institutions and circuits. He was inspired by Francis Bacon and Lucian Freud and gradually established himself as one of the major artists of his generation. His art impresses, jostles and fascinates. His first exhibition took place in 1990 at the Espace Confluence in Paris. He organizes numerous personal exhibitions, takes part in various events all over the world (Singapore, Hong Kong, Moscow, London, Taiwan …) then, from 2010, exhibits his works permanently in the gallery The Storage: space located in Saint-Ouen l’Aumône, bringing together both an exhibition and storage space, a sculpture garden and a place allowing collectors, contemporary art lovers and professionals to immerse themselves in the world of ‘artist.

“It is indeed in the body, in the flesh, that the history of men is ultimately written, and perhaps even the history of art,” explains Jean Rustin, of his painting. Thus, he gives us a track that can be useful to understand the work of Philippe Pasqua.

After having delved into the flesh for a long time, the artist, creative bulimic, ventures into sculpture. It was in 1997 that he looked into the reality of bone. His relationship to sculpture, here it is: “I wanted to go and see what was under the skin, under the flesh”. Thus, he explores the theme of vanities adorned with butterflies, accentuating this contrast between the symbol of the soul in ancient Egypt and the great fragility of existence.

In 2012, he embarked on the creation of an aluminum-chrome Tyrannosaurus Rex 7 meters long and 4 meters high, made up of 350 bones molded from a real prehistoric skeleton and assembled one after the other. During the opening of his exhibition “Work in Progress”, in October 2012, he decided to hang it on the wall, thus amplifying its impressive and gigantic side.

To invest the premises of the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco with monumental works, all inspired by a single theme: the preservation of the oceans and our planet, this is what Philippe Pasqua set out to challenge. An extraordinary work where the XXL pieces interact with the permanent collections of the museum (“Borderline” exhibition).

Philippe Pasqua is thus an artist of indisputable professionalism, constantly on the move, in perpetual reflection, in search of original ideas for the realization of new works. Always bigger, always stronger, always more beautiful. It surprises, intrigues and fascinates. This is what makes his strength and his talent.

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