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Parades
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Parades (ou Bonjour Monsieur Jean-Claude)
Parades (ou Bonjour Monsieur Jean-Claude)
Parades (ou Bonjour Monsieur Jean-Claude)
Parades (ou Bonjour Monsieur Jean-Claude)
Parades (ou Bonjour Monsieur Jean-Claude)
Parades (ou Bonjour Monsieur Jean-Claude)
Parades (ou Bonjour Monsieur Jean-Claude)
Parades (ou Bonjour Monsieur Jean-Claude)

These images were imagined to be presented in urban JCD billboards (Jean-Claude Decaux). They show the body of the life-size artist pressing compositions of colored objects as diverse as curious against an invisible window. The series forms a set of living paintings in which the artist seems to have interfered in the narrow and constrained space of the advertising panel, like an intruder in contemporary public and commercial space. The title of this series is a nod to the monumental painting by Gustave Courbet entitled "Bonjour Monsieur Courbet" showing the painter advancing on a path to meet his patron. The sense of address is reversed here and the perspectives closer. The images exist in the form of posters in 120 x 176 cm format, but can also be framed and presented under glass.

Parades
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Parades (ou Bonjour Monsieur Jean-Claude)
Parades (ou Bonjour Monsieur Jean-Claude)

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Parades (ou Bonjour Monsieur Jean-Claude)
Parades (ou Bonjour Monsieur Jean-Claude)

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Parades (ou Bonjour Monsieur Jean-Claude)
Parades (ou Bonjour Monsieur Jean-Claude)

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Parades (ou Bonjour Monsieur Jean-Claude)
Parades (ou Bonjour Monsieur Jean-Claude)

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Parades (ou Bonjour Monsieur Jean-Claude)
Parades (ou Bonjour Monsieur Jean-Claude)

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Parades (ou Bonjour Monsieur Jean-Claude)
Parades (ou Bonjour Monsieur Jean-Claude)

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Parades (ou Bonjour Monsieur Jean-Claude)
Parades (ou Bonjour Monsieur Jean-Claude)

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Parades (ou Bonjour Monsieur Jean-Claude)
Parades (ou Bonjour Monsieur Jean-Claude)

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These images were imagined to be presented in urban JCD billboards (Jean-Claude Decaux). They show the body of the life-size artist pressing compositions of colored objects as diverse as curious against an invisible window. The series forms a set of living paintings in which the artist seems to have interfered in the narrow and constrained space of the advertising panel, like an intruder in contemporary public and commercial space. The title of this series is a nod to the monumental painting by Gustave Courbet entitled "Bonjour Monsieur Courbet" showing the painter advancing on a path to meet his patron. The sense of address is reversed here and the perspectives closer. The images exist in the form of posters in 120 x 176 cm format, but can also be framed and presented under glass.