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La grande vague de kanagawa -remix



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92 x 92 cm
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Revisit Hokusai's work, which here represents nature preparing to punish humans for the harm they do to them. The lip of the wave is composed of an angry and vengeful Poseidon, a snail which underlines that if the disaster is slow, the Man (here represented by a Formula 1 pilot) hurries to it, but also a male sex whose presence insinuates that the problem is indeed the spirit of competition, very male. By looking carefully we can still guess a skull. Underneath the wave is an allusion to Munch's cry emphasizing the frightening effect.

The canvas alone measures 80x80cm

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Froeningen (68), France

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From a very young age, Paxal has been passionate about drawing, making his imagination speak for itself on paper and in various media and entering the School of Fine Arts at the age of 15. Working for a period in advertising and then publishing, he never stopped devoting himself to his passion, to devote himself completely to it with appetite and compulsion.

It's all in the details. The subject discussed is only a pretext, a snippet of the secret message contained in the work. It is itself a support. To detect the true interest, we must allow all the details that compose or accompany the motif to be slowly revealed to our eyes. As in the proverb of the wise man who shows the moon, here the subject is only an index, there is only to draw the eye to what comes next, a profusion of subtle, sometimes funny, often mystical elements, which express feelings, which reveal and develop the story.

Jerome Bosch, Arcimboldo, Dali, Clovis Trouille, tattoo, comic strip, Aztec graphics, etc. These are all sources of inspiration that can be thought of when you let yourself be lost in your images.

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