CATALOG "ALLEGORIA", PHILIPPE PASQUA10 June 2019
Departmental Domain of Chamarande
CATALOG "ALLEGORIA", PHILIPPE PASQUA, 2019 - Available for pre-order
Krystel Ann Art is honored to present its first publication: Philippe Pasqua's "Allégoria" exhibition catalog at the Departmental Domain of Chamarande.
Allégoria comes from the Greek name allêgorein. It means "speaking by the image". As Philippe Pasqua said in an interview with Henri-François Debailleux, art critic: "I wanted to emphasize that my works are allegories of what we see in reality, and I wanted to highlight this aspect that is very important in my work. "
The work of Philippe Pasqua exploits all ranges of feelings, going from one extreme to the other.
While some of the works are very tender and reflect a deep empathy with their models, others reflect a darker, sometimes more primitive aspect, or develop an almost childish humor. Whatever they are (monumental works, paintings or sculptures), his creations do not leave you indifferent, and enable you to see through the eyes of an artist with great sensitivity.
"Sculpture brings an important thing to Pasqua's work: storytelling. When his paintings reflect the personality of the model, an emotion that he captures or reveal what is hiding behind this world of appearances (an obsession with him," see whats exists under the skin "), his sculptures tell us stories." Stéphanie Pioda, art historian
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