Elizabeth Roman

Elizabeth Roman

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PARIS (75), France
8 works

Elizabeth Roman, of South American origin, draws her first artistic references from the works of Mexican muralists, true artistic, political and social expressions, as well as Pop Art for its smooth surface treatment and flat colours.

Today, his work is strongly influenced by street art, an artistic movement with a strong social and political content. She is challenged by these committed street artists and fascinated by their controversial artistic productions containing a strong critique of society, often ironic but always inviting reflection.

"Art that leaves behind its pure aesthetic function, to adopt an intention of reflection, contestation, even social criticism towards certain significant events in our society and our time..."

"Painting that tells the story, raises questions and offers the possibility of generating an awareness of social criticism while speaking through the image."

1993 Graduate of the Professional School of Fine and Graphic Arts (Peru)

1996 French Civilization and French as a Foreign Language SORBONNE (Paris)

Guerilla Galleries, London

"Monkdogz Urban Art Gallery", Yonkers - New York

"FATCAP Art Gallery" São Paulo, Brazil

"Urban life exhibition", Guerilla Galleries- Daniel Libeskind Space, London

Flamingo Road Gallery, Colombia

Alain Godone Trophy, Festival d’art du Touquet, France

Esher Fine Art Gallery, London

"Post it Up", International Street Art exhibition Italy

"4x6 International postcard art exhibition", That Gallery, Hong Kong

Post Office Museum, Paris

"Visage 56 Art Gallery & Design Studio", London

"Contemporary International Art", Museum of the Americas, Miami

"85@85 Group Exhibition", MiArte Gallery, Miami

Rossini Auction House, Paris

"AELLA" International Festival of Latin American Photography and Cinema, Paris,

"World’s Painting" With the patronage of the BNP Paribas Foundation, Paris

Elizabeth Roman's artwork

Wild world
Wild world
$495
Acrylic painting (24 x 29 in)
"métisse"
"métisse"
$1,651
Acrylic painting (35 x 46 in)
“the challege to stay alive"
“the challege to stay alive"
$550
Acrylic painting (26 x 21 in)
“no child is illegal”
“no child is illegal”
$385
Acrylic painting (24 x 18 in)
"path of nonviolence"
"path of nonviolence"
$1,541
Acrylic painting (35 x 46 in)
«where is the love»
«where is the love»
$495
Acrylic painting (29 x 21 in)
“do not disturb - people sharing”
“do not disturb - people sharing”
$495
Acrylic painting (24 x 15 in)
“so god created shopping”
“so god created shopping”
$385
Acrylic painting (20 x 20 in)

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