Maxime Duveau

Living in : Paris
Working in : Paris and Bagnolet
Artist's gallery

If it's not always easy to decipher what Maxime Duveau's images show at first glance, it's because they involve all sorts of interweaving of referential motifs, extracted from a photographic base that he has built up over time. His art is not a narrative, but an imbroglio of images in which memories of a road movie in California, views of Conflans-Sainte-Honorine and shots from his exhibitions collide. The very matter of his images is as much the result of the idea of texture - a term that the artist himself likes to use - as that of mental Braille, insofar as he uses a process of mixed reminiscences to create his own language.

Philippe Piguet

© T. Beurdeley

Artist's issues

Issue 109

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