Marion Sagon was born in France in 1983 and works between France, the Netherlands and England. She graduated from the Superior School of Fine Arts of Montpellier Agglomeration in 2011.
With her digital drawings and large-scale paintings, Marion invites us to go back and forth between the virtual worlds she constructs and our position in reality. Her digital landscapes, mixing architectures that she photographs during ‘urban hikes’ and images of sunset images collected on the Internet create in the space of the gallery windows open on these new worlds where nature and human construction come together. intertwine in perfect balance.
Clara Rival I am a painter from Buenos Aires, Argentina (1986).
I studied Visual Arts in UNA (Universidad Nacional de Artes/2009-2015).
I studied painting With Luis Fernandez Cordoba and Visual Language with Silvana Lacarra. In 2017 I moved to Mexico to do an art residency at Casa Rosa, Oaxaca. In 2018 I was invited to do an art residency in Sicily and paint a Mural in Graniti Town.
In 2019 I moved to Toulouse, France. In the moment, I live and work between France, Mexico and Spain.
John Hamon is a French artist active since 2000, in Paris, France and around the world. Inspired by the methods of graffiti, advertising and political display, he builds his approach around the notion of promotion.
From a passport photo taken at age 17, he designs massive street poster campaigns, as well as impressive projections on public monuments and institutions.
John Hamon imposes artistic experience through the constant reproduction and continuous dissemination of his work, from which his notoriety will quickly ensue.
By investing everyday life with the formal simplicity of his face, John Hamon personifies an approach that plays with the usual actors of the art world, by proposing new forms of dissemination of the work.
John Hamon regularly organizes exhibitions pirating high places of cultural enhancement. He draws attention to the normalization of creation through cultural policies that limit the emergence of
By borrowing the tools of those who seek to sell and those who seek to make themselves known, John Hamon supports the debate on the artist’s position in the city and questions the hegemony of institutions over creation.
John Hamon defends the formula “It is the promotion that makes the artist, or the zero degree of art” instituting promotion in artistic action.
John Hamon has been represented on Contemporary House since June 2020.
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