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Arrivé dans le paysage de l’Art Contemporain depuis quelques années…
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It all began during his childhood. Very close to and driven by his deep admiration for his grandfather who was a painter himself, this aesthete first turned to music. Self-taught jazz pianist since he was a teenager, his desire to create, and mostly to share and convey happiness to his entourage became his leitmotiv. At the death of his grandfather, he quite naturally took his name: Aaron, which at that very moment became his artist name, just like a private signature, a personal legacy that has guided him throughout his entire artistic approach.READ MORE…
It all began during his childhood. Very close to and driven by his deep admiration for his grandfather who was a painter himself, this aesthete first turned to music. Self-taught jazz pianist since he was a teenager, his desire to create, and mostly to share and convey happiness to his entourage became his leitmotiv. At the death of his grandfather, he quite naturally took his name: Aaron, which at that very moment became his artist name, just like a private signature, a personal legacy that has guided him throughout his entire artistic approach.
It is with grace and ease, as with sheet music, that Aaron begins a new form of expression: collages and daily object customization, such as motorcycle helmets, sculptures and musical instruments. Here, the notion of appropriation is largely highlighted in the works he created. Very rapidly Aaron began diversifying his work. His contagious passion, dictated by his wild imagination, gave light to several different environments, each telling a story and encouraging the most savvy to dive into the message concealed within each piece.
Soon after followed violins and cellos, pianos and bulldogs, demonstrating Aaron’s heightened inspiration. Between pop-art and street-art, digital and experimental works, the juxtaposition between avant-garde and the value of timelessness in his works constitute a dynamic (and charming) combination forming his identity.
While mass culture and consumerism make up his DNA, Aaron feeds on multiple influences, ranging from Andy Warhol to Roy Lichtenstein, to Robert Indiana and Britto.
Open to artistic encounters, Aaron collaborated on numerous occasions with artists such as ZED, Eric Pottier, David David, Rakel Wajnberg or Richard Orlinski. Once again, the notion of exchange and sharing are the watchwords of such artistic encounters.
With his unrelenting generosity and sensitivity, Aaron’s meteoric rise continues to grow steadily to the delight of Art aficionados around the world. The month of May 2017 serves as proof, when he reached the Hall of Fame of the Contemporary Art scene and exhibited in New York under the guidance of the Central Park Bartoux Gallery, a well-earned recognition for this Frenchy artist whose iconic works nowadays rub shoulders with those of Mr Brainwash, Jonone, Bruno Catalano or Speedy Graffito.

100m x 100m

Sculpture 100 x 100

Peinture 140 cm