For this exhibition, Antoine Rameau presents his new series of ink painted collage on old books, magazines and newspapers dated back to 1920s – 1950s, entitled Empreintes, which can simultaneously be translated into English as “prints” and “tracks”. His passion for empreintes was nurtured in the wild forest from his childhood, where he would find tracks of the wild animals in the mud and snow that blossoms his imaginations.
Antoine’s works speak not only to his childhood memories of his home forest, but also pays tribute to Mother Nature and allows the audience to follow his prints and tracks in our daily life.
From the beautiful forest to the sea, these delicate images by the two artists take the audience on a spiritual journey sketching the traces of nature and reconnect with our sensuality in our daily life.
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