Eric Michel / Fleur de béton
Fleur de béton is a work between materiality and immateriality.
Eric Michel is a plastic artist born in 1962, whose work around light essentially falls within the tradition of Yves Klein, James Turrell and Dan Flavin and a quest for immateriality.
To the rawness of cement, Fleur de béton associates the fragility and evanescence of fluorescent light, playing on the line that separates the material from the immaterial.
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- Series of 8 delivered with artist certificate
- 20 x 20 x 25 cm
- Fluorescent light tube and cut breezeblocks
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Éric Michel (born in 1962) lives and works in Paris. His work on light, in particular his paintings, saturated with pure pigments, his videos and neon installations follow essentially in the tradition of a quest for the immaterial, along the lines of Yves Klein, James Turrell and Dan Flavin. A few notable dates: In 2007, the presentation of the video “Swimming Fluo” at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Shanghai, for the “Sport in Art” exhibition supported by the Beijing Olympic Committee. In 2009, the installation “Passages de Lumière” set in the front windows of the Musée d’Art Moderne et d’Art Contemporain in Nice (MAMAC). In March 2011, the inauguration of a monumental, permanent light installation, “Les Moulins de Lumière,” in the Grands Moulins de Pantin building.
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