And the blue sky came back
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    And the blue sky came back

    Serigraphy on a fine sheet of fine cherry wood veneer (unframed) Limited edition of 30, signed and numbered
    x 60 cm

    Soho, Manhattan, ... an emblematic element of New York, the graphic aspect of the buildings' facades is magnificently enhanced by the blue flow of the sky.

    This silk-screen printing is carried out on a veneer of fine cherry wood. The grain of the natural wood is always different, so each copy is unique! Limited edition of 30 pieces, signed and numbered.


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    About Laurent Minguet :

    Laurent Minguet is a French multidisciplinary artist and designer, born in 1969 in Toulouse where he still lives and works.  

    Advocate of acrylic on canvas since his younger days, he is an autodidact, teaching himself the art of brush painting while perfecting his hyperrealistic design style inspired by car “figures".

    Since 1998, driven by his first extensive travelling, he has been focusing on the landscapes particularly characterized by hyperurbanization. The completion of this work required him to visit several megacities, from Paris to Sydney,  searching for the right photographic angle of any ordinary or iconic places. In his studio, he will first orderly draw them with a pen before refining them in something remarkable for its balance of contrasts through painting.

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    Since 2014, the substrates he uses such as walnut tree, cherrywood, oak tree, whether they are natural and raw, are valuable timber carefully selected so that their random veining strengthens the dynamic of a highly detailed unit. The precise and critical line crystallizes then for one moment the restlessness and the architectural intensity of his graphical composition. To «disrupt» the linearity of the fine wood, the artist is going to use monochrome acrylic in contrast to the exhibit’s photorealistic accuracy thereby revealing the force of his different interpretations. The continuous nature of the urban landscape recaptured with a brush gives the impression of a natural transparency and marks the work’s culmination.​​​​​​​

    Text : Stéphane Gerbaulet  

    Expositions personnelles // Solo shows  

    2020 Urbanessence - Galerie Hors Ligne (Toulouse - Fr)
    2019 Urbanessence - Galerie Artima (Paris - Fr)
    2018 Wood City - Galerie Artima (Paris - Fr)
    2018 Original - Trentotto (Toulouse - Fr)
    2017 Wood City - Galerie Artima (Paris - Fr)
    2016 Wood City - Galerie Artima (Paris - Fr)
    2009 PolyVision - Galerie des Tropiques (Tahiti - French Polynesia)
    2005 Ianoa - Galerie des Tropiques (Tahiti - French Polynesia)
    2004 PremièresVisions - Galerie des Tropiques (Tahiti - French Polynesia)

    Expositions collectives // Group shows
    2021 Matières sublimées - Macadam Arts Galerie (Le Cannet)
    2020 COSMOS - Galerie Artima (Paris)
    2019 Carré Rouge - Grand Marché (Toulouse)
    2019 Arts urbains/Regards croisés - Duo with street artist Soone - Galerie 3.1
    2019 Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong - With Galerie Artima (Hong Kong)
    2019 La Box - Galerie Ephémère  (Toulouse - Fr)
    2018 Winter show - Artima London (Londres - UK)
    2017 Affordable Art Fair Battersea - With Galerie Artima (London - UK)
    2017 Summer Show - Galerie Artima (Paris - Fr)
    2017 Galerie ART-NOU - Duo with catalan sculptor Miguel Vila (Begur - Es)
    2017 “Pigment” - Galerie Toison d’Or (Bruxelles - B)
    2016 “L’esprit en la matière” - Galerie Toison d’Or (Bruxelles - B)
    2016 “Collection particulière” - Galerie Artima (Paris - Fr)
    2009 Summer show - Galerie des Tropiques (Tahiti - French Polynesia)
    2005 “Protégeons l’environnement” - Polynesian parliament (Tahiti - French Polynesia)
    2005 Summer show - Galerie des Tropiques (Tahiti - French Polynesia)
    2004 Summer show - Galerie des Tropiques (Tahiti - French Polynesia)
    1998 Vision Urbaine - Galerie Fabrice Galvani (Toulouse - Fr)
    1995 “Iperrealismo automobilistico” - Galeria Travellia (Bergamo - It)