Moneyless’ art is characterized by an investigation on the rawest elements of life and takes for granted a process of continuous evolution. He certainly owes his graphical mark to the street, where he was born as an artist and where he grounded his roots in the ’90s graffiti/writing scene.
His artistic research, relieved by the weight of a fixed form, made his style move towards a pure geometry onthology. Moneyless’ aesthetic seems to quote a Platonic vision where geometry is represented as the structure, the foundation upon which all nature is built.
Nature thus becomes functional to the work of art: Moneyless’ essential forms are processed one after the other, though still entrenched within a structural complexity, they mean purity and neatness. “My shapes are reduced to the minimum, at the same time they carry some kind of an intense tension, an invisible movement; most of my patterns hide multiple visions and different perspectives. I think my art now speaks through geometry”.
The kind of art he’s developing, as much as his name, suggests an investigation on pureness and simplicity of life. The artist’s vision presupposes the rejection of speed, pollution, and all contemporary hurries in order to replace our attention on the purity of thought.
Vernissage de l’exposition “Merci pour les robes” d’Anne Geoffroy ce samedi 26 janvier de 17h à 21h : l’artiste y raconte avec auto-dérision le récit d’une tentative ratée de séduction… “Mon Amour”, “Elles sont jolies tes chaussures”, “Parade”, et “Oui oui ça va”, mettent en image les différentes phases de l’histoire, depuis le fantasme jusqu’à l’humiliation finale.
Un avant-goût dans la presse.
This saturday January 26th from 5pm to 9pm, opening of Anne Geoffroy’s new solo show entitled “Thanks for the dresses”, where she tells the story of her unsuccessful attempt to seduce a man she met two years (and fell in love with). “My love”, “They’re pretty, your shoes”, “Parade” and “Yes yes I’m fine”, illustrate the different steps of the story, from fantasied love to final humiliation.
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Quentin Garel is working on new large drawings for his first upcoming solo show in New York, April 2013.