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ANGERS (49), France
Santoni Patrick is a visual artist who lives and works in France. He made his debut in Street Art during his studies at the Beaux Arts. From the very beginning his work was controversial, as time went by, the aesthetics became more simplified and tended towards advertising posters. Like Gerhard Richter, the artist constantly questions his work.
In 2010 he took a new direction in landscape research with photographic support. His landscapes always have that note of protest that characterizes the artist, they reveal an ideological commitment, a societal drift, sometimes underlined by the title, they are often linked to the hopes born in childhood shattered by the disillusionment of adulthood. His work is now present in many private collections in the United States (New York, Miami, Texas, Los Angeles) and Europe (France, Italy, United Kingdom, Sweden) and in a public collection, in 2004 one of his works on paper entered the collection of the "National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts" in Taipei, Taiwan.
After a year in Economics at the University of Angers, studies at the ESBA in Angers from 1983 to 1986 in the architecture section.
2018 : Published in the Circle Foundation for the Arts Quarterly Art Review.
2017: Circle Fondation For The Arts art competition, distinguished among the top 10 artists in competition - Presented at Art Kudos International Competition (online exhibition) - Presented in Artist Portfolio Magazine (issue 31) - Internationale d’Art Miniature, Galerie Louise Carrier in Lévis, Quebec (Canada).
2016: 30th Meeting of Painters in Saint Céneri le Gérei (61)
2013: "Thuillier" gallery in Paris, group exhibition (75)
2012: 26th Meeting of Painters in Saint Céneri le Gérei (61)
2008: Group exhibition at the theatre "Le Quai" in Angers (49), "Artists at school" - Gallery "Thuillier" in Paris, group exhibition (75)
2007: Solo exhibition at the "Red Gate Gallery" in London (UK) - Solo exhibition at the "Central 7" art centre in Nyoiseau (49)
2004: Group exhibition at the "National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts" in Taipei (Taiwan)