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Jonathan OuisseBirdy nam nam

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90 W x 70 H cm
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Acrylic painting
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One of a kind work
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Mounted Canvas
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90 W x 70 H cm
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Social and environmental satire. Painted before the onset of the pandemic, there is something relevant and appropriate to what was happening at the time. The burning car is an allegory for the riots and the problems of climate change. The greed of a minor part of the population who would rather see things burn to keep their privileges than act for the good of the community. On the other hand, this kind of scene could simply be a moment we are used to seeing every year in some parts of the world, in California, in Australia... when the weather is so hot and dry. The bird here represents wildlife, the main victim of these tragic events.

Jonathan Ouisse
France
Confirmed artist
  • KAZoART artist since 2018
  • 17 works sold
  • 28 works

Jo Ouisse aims to use his art to surprise, awaken (or reawaken) minds and depict a satirical portrait of the society in which we live. A painter, illustrator and graphic designer for over ten years, he himself defines his style as belonging to the “New Contemporary Art” movement, which combines street art and realism.

Painting filled with symbolism

Jo Ouisse works in France and Budapest, where his partner lives. Rooted in hip hop culture and graffiti in particular, which he continues to practice legally, Ouisse favours the mediums of spray paint and acrylic on canvas. On generally very large format canvases, Jo Ouisse unleashes saturated colours to create artworks that are as astonishing to look at as they are to analyse.

Precise style and bold light

Often surrealist and always satirical, inspired by current affairs, politics and ecology, Jo Ouisse depicts humankind in its ridiculous and vain attempts to exert complete control over its environment.

Like producers Kusturica and Fellini, who used burlesque as a subversive process to poke fun at dramatic intentions, Ouisse’s pieces are never black or pessimistic. In fact they are generally colourful, like the era in which they were created. Enthralled by Italian Renaissance painting since his childhood, his style is precise and the lighting is bold.

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