Stéphane Gautier:
3D Picture "Champagne" (2024), framed
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3D Picture "Champagne" (2024), framed
Stéphane Gautier:
3D Picture "Champagne" (2024), framed
New

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limited, 20 copies | signed | certificate | handmade | mixed media | display case frame | glazed | size 27 x 27 x 4.5 cm (h/w/d)

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3D Picture "Champagne" (2024), framed
Stéphane Gautier: 3D Picture "Champagne" (2024), framed

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3D Picture "Champagne" (2024), framed

Stéphane Gautier juggles in an entertaining way with the popular symbols and consumer codes of our time, transforming them into exhilarating pop art works with universal imagery.

Each 3D object is elaborately handcrafted and signed by the artist. Limited edition of 20 copies. Collage on Fine Art paper 250g/m², with elements of aluminium, steel and copper, gold-plated surface. Framed in a white lacquered solid wood display case frame. Museum glass with anti-reflective, UV-resistant coating. With certificate of authenticity. Size 27 x 27 x 4.5 cm (h/w/d).

Portrait of the artist Stéphane Gautier

About Stéphane Gautier

Pop Art for the 21st Century: Stéphane Gautier's artistic roots are unmistakably linked to legends such as Andy Warhol and Robert Rauschenberg. However, the French artist does not merely copy his role models but develops a very contemporary and innovative interpretation of Pop Art.

For his motifs and objects, he draws inspiration from brand logos, art and cultural history, celebrities, luxury and consumer goods, animals, and everyday objects. His skill lies in placing these set pieces in new contexts and combining them in unexpected ways. For example, he creates the American flag out of countless gummy bears or builds a large red heart out of numerous small toy soldiers.

Gautier's art is entertaining and easily accessible, but never arbitrary or superficial. Instead, his works contain humour and irony as well as subtle social criticism. He consistently transcends the traditional genres of painting, sculpture, drawing, collage, design, and installation in his work often mixing techniques and materials.

Born in 1973, Stéphane Gautier has been highly successful as an independent artist for many years. He has shown his work in solo and group exhibitions and at art fairs in many countries around the world.

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