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Gallery: Brisa Galeria

Art fair: Art Paris LIVE - Grand Palais

Artist: Daniel Mattar

Brisa Galeria presents the exhibition "Corpo Celeste" by artist Daniel Mattar

Through a perspective that unites tribal symbols and volume forms, the artist evokes angelic creatures
from a mythical sphere that emit their own writing.
Using organic forms of both bodies and parts, they echo signals from these celestial characters in a psychography of the subtle spheres captured, but not yet translated.

In his technique, Daniel Mattar uses drops of ink that are conducted on a small surface of 4 cm and immediately photographed with a macro lens in search of the three-dim... more >>
Brisa Galeria presents the exhibition "Corpo Celeste" by artist Daniel Mattar

Through a perspective that unites tribal symbols and volume forms, the artist evokes angelic creatures
from a mythical sphere that emit their own writing.
Using organic forms of both bodies and parts, they echo signals from these celestial characters in a psychography of the subtle spheres captured, but not yet translated.

In his technique, Daniel Mattar uses drops of ink that are conducted on a small surface of 4 cm and immediately photographed with a macro lens in search of the three-dimensionality with the register of light and shadow.
The image is finished in large format prints by changing the scale of these chromatic volumes
It thus occupies an area of dialogue between photography, painting and sculpture.

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À travers une perspective qui unit symboles tribaux et formes volumiques, Daniel Mattar évoque des créatures angéliques d'une sphère mythique qui émettent leur propre écriture.
Utilisant des formes organiques des corps et des parties, ils font écho aux signaux de ces personnages célestes dans une psychographie des sphères subtiles capturées, mais pas encore traduites.

Dans sa technique, l'artiste utilise des gouttes de peinture qui sont conduites sur une petite surface de 4 cm et immédiatement photographiées avec un objectif macro qui révèle la tridimensionnalité à travers l'enregistrement de la lumière et de l'ombre.
Ces images sont finies en tirages grand format, entraînant un changement d'échelle de ces volumes chromatiques et occupant un espace de dialogue entre photographie, peinture et sculpture.

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