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The Breakthrough Artists of 2022

We don’t need a crystal ball to know that 2022 is going to bring its share of unforgettable artistic discoveries and exceptional artists. We are thus pleased to present 10 artists whose work is sure to catch your eye and pique your interest… 

Antonin Lamoot

Craftsman for private Parisian residences and luxury restaurants, Antonin Lamoot designs elegant and minimalist wooden panels. Each shade and layer is meticulously fashioned for a refined outcome.

His creative spirit is driven by his love for nature and photos taken during his travels. He refines each shade with painstaking accuracy for a precise and bewitching result.

Color being very important to him, Antonin Lamoot also plays on his contrasts to create unique and harmonious works.

Antonin Lamoot

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Antonin Lamoot

Gema

Acrylic Painting (120 x 120 cm)

Antonin Lamoot

Palm

Acrylic Painting (140 x 150 cm)

Antonin Lamoot

Miola

Acrylic Painting (80 x 120 cm)

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Christine Guichard

Passionate about employing ink in her work, Christine Guichard is specialized in engraving. The metal plate is not only a matrix which supports a design to be reproduced, it is a material waiting to be worked, on which she sculpts.

Looking for precision in color, she adjusts the viscosity of inks to create effects such as crackling and smoothing. Her etching and embossing prints are produced limited edition batches.

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Christine Guichard

Petite pluie d’or

Limited Edition Print (49 x 66 cm)

Christine Guichard

Le sens du volume

Limited Edition Print (20 x 30 cm)

Christine Guichard

La roue

Limited Edition Print (68 x 110 cm)

Solen Floch

Solen Floch’s work, if it is intended to be a metaphysics of the palimpsest, questions our perception of a lived moment. The artist confronts the spectator with the extreme complexity of reality, its strangeness, up to, perhaps, a metaphysical feeling of the existing.

Because it is a fixed and moving place, a place of solitude and of crowds, of emptiness and fullness, the city animates these multiple planes of perception. In this sense, Solen Floch’s paintings are similar to street art, but more complex.

Solen Floch

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Solen Floch

Calme déchirant

Mixed Media (60 x 73 cm)

Solen Floch

Être

Acrylic Painting (130 x 162 cm)

Solen Floch

Les voix abandonnées

Acrylic Painting (97 x 130 cm)

Idan Wizen

Idan Wizen

Idan Wizen seeks to provoke discussion and reflection within his viewers. In his strongly aesthetic photographs, he invites everyone to question themselves on an individual and societal scale.

“I like to create strong and striking images with one goal in mind: for my images to provoke thought and discussion. I want the viewer to question themselves, to question their certainties, to learn to see things differently.”

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Idan Wizen

Emballons-nous !

Digital Photography (60 x 40 cm)

Idan Wizen

The drowning of consumption, shoes sauce

Digital Photography (60 x 40 cm)

Idan Wizen

Run worker, run!

Digital Photography (60 x 40 cm)

Hélène Vac

Hélène Vac

The change of seasons is intensely experienced in Hélène Vac’s painting. A tree, a place, a face, a path are all echoes of this space caught between a wild and organized nature.

This activity, intimately linked to life, landscape and ecology, stimulates a new sensitivity in her artistic production and leads her to change her medium.

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Hélène Vac

Pissenlits au pied des coteaux de Birot

Acrylic Painting (50 x 61 cm)

Hélène Vac

Quercus ilex à Clotte

Acrylic Painting (30 x 40 cm)

Hélène Vac

Séneçon de Jacob

Acrylic Painting (50 x 64 cm)

Ousmane Dermé

Since his arrival on KAZoART a few months ago, Ousmane Derme has been causing an absolute sensation! The clean lines of his bronze sculptures inspire harmony and serenity. His pieces are present in private collections around the world.

He began using the lost wax casting technique very early on in his career and subsequently mastered all the steps of this art of fire. He distinguished himself by designing and creating the monument of the Organization of African Unity (OAU) in Ouagadougou.

His pieces can be found in public and private collections around the world.

Ousmane Dermé sculpture

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Ousmane Dermé sculpture

Acrobates

Bronze Sculpture (25 x 47 cm)

Ousmane Dermé sculpture

Protection

Bronze Sculpture (14 x 26 cm)

Ousmane Dermé sculpture

Élan de vie

Bronze Sculpture (23 x 27 cm)

Sophie Cantou

Sophie Cantou

Sophie Cantou has been drawing since she was old enough to hold a pencil. Then, as a teenager, she discovered painting which offered her a wider and deeper field of expression.

Equipped with her knife and her brush, she layers the paint on the canvas as she becomes one with her feelings. The grandeur of stained-glass windows, the delicacy of mosaics, and the hypnotism of fractal images all converge here.

“It is the beauty of nature, of our world, that challenges and inspires me, what I can perceive of its intelligence, its poetry, its hidden code.”

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Sophie Cantou

Corail

Acrylic Painting (80 x 100 cm)

Sophie Cantou

Lierre grimpant (extrait)

Acrylic Painting (81 x 115 cm)

Sophie Cantou

Nuit végétale

Acrylic Painting (80 x 100 cm)

Gibus

Gibus’s work calls out and questions the human condition, the questions we ask ourselves, and the courage we need to face the answers. He creates unique pieces from reclaimed wood (plane tree, oak and cedar) which he sublimates behind glass walls, forever locked in motion. 

“It seems to me that there is no other possible path than that of sincerity in the first degree, it is necessary to be essential, obvious, and my pieces are stripped to the point of translating a hard and unvarnished existential truth.”

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Les chutes 2

Wooden Sculpture (25 x 40 cm)

Contre-pied

Wooden Sculpture (45 x 35 cm)

Les chutes 3

Wooden Sculpture (25 x 40 cm)

Well Well

After a career in graphic design in his own studio in London, Well Well (real name Ian Palmer), now distinguishes himself as an artist whose contoured figures are similar to those found in comic books.

The metaphors of human existence compose the abstract backgrounds of Well Well’s work. Adding to his colorful vision of the world, the artist re-purposes images from old magazines, reminiscent of a certain Basquiat.

Well Well

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Well Well

Too much, too late, too little, too soon.

Acrylic Painting (122 x 113 cm)

Well Well

Oi, oi!

Acrylic Painting (107 x 107 cm)

Well Well

The return of the bonedigger. in green. (extrait)

Acrylic Painting (52 x 60 cm)

Gaëtan de Séguin

Gaëtan de Séguin

“Since I was very young, I have been the one to paint people. As soon I have something to draw on, I fill it with silhouettes. Each studio session brings forth a humanity populated with interacting individuals.”

Gaëtan de Séguin paints multiple forms and emphasizes the singularity of each. They spring up, move around, morph together and separate. Each is part of the mass yet unique in its own way.

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Gaëtan de Séguin

J+l’élégance du T…

Mixed Media (97 x 130 cm)

Gaëtan de Séguin

J+Bruxelles… (extrait)

Mixed Media (80 x 80 cm)

Gaëtan de Séguin

J+le F préféré…

Mixed Media (114 x 146 cm)


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