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LILLE (59), France
Born in 1987, Tay-M is a painter, graphic designer, illustrator and lover of colour. From an early age, shapes and colours are the transversal elements in the development of his artistic sense. They have also fuelled an inherent creativity that is still present today.
With an academic background in the industrial sector, he began his career as a "draftsman and industrial designer". A particular fibre for "industrial quality" will lead him to different missions for major international industrial groups.
Based in Lille in the north of France since 2015, it is at the Ateliers du Palais des Beaux Arts that he perfects his skills, particularly in Art History and Drawing and Painting Techniques. An elusive artist, apart from his activity as a graphic designer, he evolves in different styles, post-pictorial abstraction, abstract expressionism or synchronism.
His inspirations are born in the material and the modern social aspect. His references are Jacques Villeglé, Raymond Hains, Matisse and more recently Satone, Lek and Sowat or Boris Tellegen.
"I listen to our world. I observe our environment, I find in life - the movement, our society and everything that makes it up - the essence of my inspiration. Being in tune with our times is essential because it is a new angle that I want to bring to the eyes of others, a unique and personal interpretation. But above all alive, which is made possible through an approach of the abstract and a work of colors." - Tay-M
2008 - University degree in Industrial Design
2015/2019 - Training in drawing, painting and art history techniques at the Palais des Beaux Arts in Lille
Member of the Workshops of the Palais de Beaux Arts de Lille
"Urban Jungle" - Urban Square gallery, Lille - duo with Pitch314
- "Affichage Libre", Le triporteur, Lille - duo with Zachary Bodson
- Collective exhibition at the Urban Square Gallery - 20 artists from northern France and Belgium
"Affichage Publique", Le triporteur, Lille - duo with Artwin Streetart
Solo show at Le Triporteur, Lille